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The vivo X21 UD may look like every other notched smartphone out there, but it offers a technology that most of its flagship rivals lack - in-display fingerprint scanner. And now it's coming to India too. The device was first launched in China at the end of March, followed by Singapore in the beginning of May. Today Flipkart's mobile app started teasing the X21 UD's launch in India on May 29 and bragging about its exclusivity of the phone. In addition to the revolutionary fingerprint tech, the vivo X21 UD boasts a 6.28-inch Super AMOLED screen and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC...
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Nokia 6 (2018) passed through TENAA last month, but now the Chinese regulatory is back with even more info on the handset. It listed all the specs revealing that the chipset will be new, along with a slightly redesigned body, but the screen and battery will remain the same as in the original Nokia 6. Nokia 6 (2018) on TENAA HMD Global will launch the Nokia 6 (2018) with Snapdragon 630, coming with octa-core CPU and Adreno 508 GPU. That would make it the second HMD phone with that chipset, following the Nokia 7, introduced back in October 2017. The new phone will have a...
Specs of a Sony flagship, codenamed H8216, appeared several days ago. Now we have the first alleged render of the phone that might arrive as the Xperia XZ2 or the Xperia XZ1 Premium. The image suggests the device will have no bezels on three sides of its screen akin to the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. The phone appears to have the power button on the side, most likely with the fingerprint scanner embedded. There is also a volume rocker and dedicated camera button on the right side. The tall screen spans all the way to the bottom, leaving a small bezel on top for the speaker, proximity sensor,...
Xiaomi launches fresh 15.6” Mi Notebook with 8th-gen cpu, NVIDIA GeForce MX110 & a full-sized keyboard
Xiaomi has launched a fresh version of its Mi Notebook PC. The fresh version ships with 8th-gen Intel processors, an NVIDIA GPU, and a full-sized keyboard – complete with a hardcore quantity pad. The fresh Mi Notebook has a 15.6-inch FHD display and is powered by Intel’s 8th-gen processors. Depending on the model, you either buy a Core i5 or Core i7 processor. The Core i5 version arrives in 4GB RAM and 8GB RAM variants. Irrespective of the model you purchase, you get 128GB of SSD storage paired with 1TB of HDD. You moreover get an NVIDIA GeForce MX110 2GB RAM graphics card. The fresh processor provides a 40% increase in experience more than the 7th gen models and the GeForce MX110 should be great for image processing and handle online gaming. Xiaomi says users can add up to 32GB of storage for improved performance. The Mi Notebook has a double fan double ventilation design and style and has a 2+2 heat pipe layout to help with heat dissipation. One of the other selling points of the new notebook is its dedicated numerical keypad what has dedicated navigation keys for the calculator, browser, and scroll lock. For connectivity, there are 2 x USB 3.0 ports on the left, an HDMI port, a3.5mm jack and an ethernet port. The right-hand side is home to an SD card slot, a single USB 2.0 port, and a DC port. Sadly, this is missing a USB-C port. There is moreover a energy LED light in-between the USB 2.0 port and DC port. Xaiomi says the Mi Notebook has dual 3W speakers and Dolby Audio surround sound technology. It ships pre-installed with genuine Microsoft Office and Xiaomi’s own sync assistant. The Mi Notebook starts at ?3999 (~$582) for the Core i5 4GB RAM +128GB + 1TB model and jumps to ?4499 (~$655) if you need an more 4GB of RAM. The Core i7 model with 8GB RAM and the similar storage configuration and graphics card is estimated at ?4999 (~$727). It is already in the world for pre-order ahead of its initial sale on August 28 and will come in white and black.