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Motorola Moto G6 and G6 Play launched in India

The Motorola Moto G6 has been officially launched in India. The device carries a price tag of INR 13,999, which currently translates into around $210. It will be exclusively available through Amazon. The Moto G6 Play, on the other hand, will set you back INR 11,999, which is around $180. It will be a Flipkart exclusive in the Asian country. Sales for both handsets begin tonight. The devices were first made official back in April this year, with Brazil becoming the first country to get them. Recently, they were released in the US as well.

OnePlus explains why the 6 doesn’t have wireless charging

"We don't really feel the need to add wireless charging. We're not going to add a feature just for the sake of it," said OnePlus officials when asked about the OnePlus 6. Apparently, having to buy a wireless charger separately is considered a barrier to entry, another strike against including the feature. And of course, the company points to the increased complexity (and price) of adding support for wireless charging. For many this is a non-issue. Dash Charge is just insanely fast and you can top off your phone for a few minutes in the morning and not worry about the battery for the rest...

Samsung Galaxy X support page goes live

We don't know much about Samsung's foldable Galaxy X outside of the fact that it will have two displays and that it's most likely coming in early 2018. But the phone is coming - the confirmation is here in the form of an official support page for the SM-G888N0 - the Galaxy X model name for South Korea. The support page doesn't reveal any information about the Samsung Galaxy X outside of the fact that it is real and that its announcement will likely come soon. We'll keep our eyes peeled and keep you updated once we learn more. Source | Via 1 | 2

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL renders leak, cloth cases in tow

There's little about the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL that has not leaked yet, but there's still room for surprises - a pleasant one in this case. A leak shows that Google will continue making the cool fabric cases that the 2nd generation phones got. These images show the Carbon version of the case, but the Pixel 2 also had a Cement (lighter gray), Midnight and Coral. We might see more color options for the cases this year to go with the Pink , Black, White and Mint color options for the Pixel 3. Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are getting cool fabric cases like the 2nd gen models The...

Realme 5 gets European launch at €169

Realme is gradually spreading its tentacles into Europe. The Old Continent even received the Realme X2 Pro before India, which is one of its largest markets. Currently, the manufacturer has noted the much more low-cost Realme 5 just in time for the holidays. The Realme 5 lands in Europe with a price tag tag of €169 and that gets you the 4GB RAM+128GB version. That isn’t too bad considering the exactly version sells for INR 10,999 (~€139) in India. The cameraphone will be in the world in Crystal Blue and Crystal Purple. The Realme 5 has a 6.5–inch Mini-drop FullScreen panel with an HD+ resolution. It is fueled by the Snapdragon 665 processor and sports a 5000mAh battery. There are four cameras on the back of the cameraphone – a 12MP f/1.8 main scanner, an 8MP ultrawide angle camera, a 2MP portrait camera, and a 2MP 4cm macro digital camera. There is a 13MP sensor in front for selfies. The Realme 5 has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, Dual-SIM support, and a dedicated MicroSD card slot. It operates on Android Pie with ColorOS on top. For connectivity, you take a MicroUSB port, an audio jack, and Bluetooth 5.0. Realme says the cameraphone will be on sale at 22:00 CET on November 27 for €159. So you could want to wait till then to take it for fewer. We don’t know if the additional Realme smartphones sold in Europe will be discounted however there is no harm in checking. The Realme Europe page says they currently only ship to Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom only. Source