The name of OnePlus’ upcoming mid-range smartphone was made official earlier this week. Now, OnePlus Nord’s design has been teased in a short video that OnePlus uploaded on its Instagram account. The phone certainly looks more premium than it is expected to be.
Motorola had launched its first foldable smartphone, the Razr, in February 2019. Reports lately suggest that Motorola is working on a successor to the Razr 2019. This upcoming smartphone is expected to be called the Razr 2. Thanks to the popular leakster, Evan Blass, we now have some details regarding the specifications of the Razr 2.
OnePlus had entered the TV segment back in September with the launch of Q1 series TVs in the Indian market. The Q1 series offers two high-end TVs, the Q1 that costs INR 69,990 and the Q1 Pro that costs INR 99,990. While there is substantial demand for premium TVs, it is no match for the demand for affordable TVs. Well, the brand has now dipped its toes in the affordable TV segment as well with the launch of three new TVs in the India market, the OnePlus 32Y1, OnePlus 43Y1, and the OnePlus 55U1.
Motorola is slowly releasing some well-specced phones. A couple of months ago, the company launched the Motorola Edge+ with high-end design, features, and specifications. Now, the company is prepping for the launch of a mid-range smartphone with a quad-camera setup, 5G connectivity, and a high-capacity battery.
OnePlus has been teasing the launch of an affordable smartphone for a few weeks now. Today, the company has revealed the name of the upcoming smartphone, and it’s called OnePlus Nord. The phone is expected to be launched later this month, and it is expected to feature most of the good parts of the OnePlus 8.
Yesterday, the Government of India banned 59 apps that are developed by Chinese brands or are linked to China. The list of banned apps and games include some big names like TikTok, Cam Scanner, Clash of Kings, Likee, ShareIt, and UC Browser. If you were using these apps in India, you might want to look for safer alternatives.
After unveiling Android 11 in February 2020, Google released four developer beta versions of the newest Android operating system. Earlier this month, Google finally released the first public beta version of Android 11 for its Pixel lineup of devices. If you want to install it on your compatible Pixel smartphone, you can follow our simple tutorial.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition earlier this month alongside the BTS-themed Galaxy Buds+. The limited-edition devices have already been announced for various markets, including South Korea, the UK, and the US. Now, the company has announced that it is bringing the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition to India soon.
Realme X3, Realme X3 SuperZoom Launched in India alongside Realme Buds Q: Price, Specs, Release Date
Realme has launched two new high-end smartphones—The Realme X3 and the Realme X3 SuperZoom— in India. They are not clear successors to the Realme X2 Pro and sit one step down than the Realme X50 Pro in the company’s smartphone lineup. They use last year’s processors and lack OLED screens, but have impressive specifications for the price.
Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Get Android 11 Beta and ColorOS 7.2 with the Latest Update: Here Is How to Install It
Following the release of the first public beta of the Android 11 operating system, Oppo had announced that it will offer the beta version of the Android 11 to the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro smartphones. The brand, however, had not announced a release date of the Android 11-based software for these devices. Well, the day is finally here. Oppo has just released the Android 11 Preview Version (beta version) for the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro smartphones.