Welcome to our weekly news where we catch up with all the new technology that would have lost you during the week. As you may have thought, some of the news that most people were interested in were sales, Amazon and Flipkart.
The Great India Amazon Sale began May 11 and ends today, May 14 During the sale, we saw a number of excellent deals on mobile and other electronic products, and on Sunday, the last chance to reach an agreement. Remember that Amazon Premium members have early access to transactions, so sign up now if you have not already done so.
Meanwhile, Reliance Jio confirmed the home broadband tests through JioFiber in several cities, by conducting tests in Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Surat and Vadodara. There is no word now when it will be available in the market, or in cities. While the service is declared free for the first 90 days, users will have to pay a one-time, refundable sum of Rs. From 4,000 to 4,500 for the JioFiber router.
The Jio dependency is already extended and a Jio folder shows that the company offers users a 100 Mbps connection with a 100 GB FUP (later FUP with a 1 MB sensor speed), for which it needs. Pay a refundable deposit for the Wi-Fi equipment Jio users also have another reason to be happy: the company provides 100% refund on JioFi routers, if you take the exchange offer against a 2G / 3G ex dongle
In addition to this, we also had a surprising update Netflix, which revealed that the fastest ISP in India – the fastest is based on Mumbai 7 digital stars – and, interestingly enough, it is not Jio listed, despite the bulk Of broadband connections in India when TRAI wireless connections are counted.
The other new item that everyone has read the Nokia is back in India. Nokia phones are likely to start in the first week of June, but it is not clear now whether all four Nokia phones – Nokia 6 5 3 Nokia and the new Nokia 3310 – will be released together or not. It is expected that the decision on this to occur before May
Meanwhile, in Europe, the release dates of the Nokia 3310 have been announced for the UK, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. The Nokia 3310 (2017) will come with a price of 49.99 pounds in the UK and 59.99 euros (around Rs 4210) in other European countries. The phone was waiting for pre-orders, but was stopped at the request of the global HMD, according to a report.
The OnePlus 5 was also on the news – the phone was pushed by the company, with the words “Hey Summer Give Me Five!” Insinuating what is to come. The screenshots of leaks meanwhile prove that the phone will probably have 8GB of RAM, although it is speculated that there will be two variants, one of which will be “only” 6GB of RAM. The phone has also been seen in a GeekBench filtered score – beating Samsung’s latest flagship in the United States, the Samsung Galaxy S8 +. In other markets, Samsung sells the Exynos variant of the phone, which outperforms its counterpart Snapdragon 835 and OnePlus 5.
Some phones have also been launched this week. We had two new Panasonic phones, Panasonic Eluga Panasonic Ray and P85. The first has a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front camera, and includes Arbo, Panasonic AI assistant. The latter comes with a 4000mAh battery, 1GHz CPU and 2GB of RAM. We also got the Sansui Horizon 2 with 4G VoLTE support, 2GB of RAM and a 5 inch screen, priced at Rs. 4999, available through Flipkart.
OS Indo Delta ID to start the standalone operating system Aadhaar
ZTE launched its new smartphone, the ZTE Blade X-Max in the US. Thursday. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 435 pack and 2 GB of RAM, along with a 3400 mAh battery. We also received Intex Aqua Crystal Plus with VoLTE 4G support, which runs on Android 7.0 released at 6799. Rs in India. Asus launched [Asus Zenfone 5.5 GB (ZB552KL) in India, which has a 13-megapixel camera, priced at Rs. 8 499. It is powered by a SoC Snapdragon 410 with 2 GB RAM