Google has announced a lighter version of Android Oreo, called the Go Edition, for entry level smartphones with less than 1GB RAM and limited storage.
Samsung is eying a big leap in terms of mobile storage and will offer smartphones with 512GB of internal storage, sometime next year.
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New Delhi: Bharti Airtel Ltd has tied up with device maker Intex Technologies to launch a range of 4G smartphones, starting at an “effective price” of Rs1,649 and bundled with a monthly pack of Rs169 from Airtel, offering data and calling benefits, the telecom operator said in a statement on Wednesday.
New Delhi: Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) has sought to ease the financial stress on telecom companies by suggesting to the government that it refund operators any excess upfront payment made for surrendered spectrum and scrap deferred payment liabilities related to the airwaves.
New Delhi: Tech giant Google on Tuesday unveiled a slew of new solutions, such as Android Oreo Go edition for low-cost smartphones and a bike mode for Maps, aimed at driving Internet adoption across markets, including India.
Huawei is going to launch a new smartphone later on Tuesday at an event in London called the Honor 7X. It will succeed the Honor 6X, which was launched in February 2017 and is currently retailing at Rs13,999.
New Delhi: Google has been making its apps and services accessible for people on modest smartphones and lower bandwidth with Lite apps and offline modes for quite some time.
Luxembourg: Apple Inc succeeded on Tuesday in preventing Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc from registering its “Mi Pad” tablet computer as an EU trademark because the name was too similar to Apple’s “iPad”.
Hong Kong/Mumbai/Beijing: Two major Chinese lenders plan to support a move by China Development Bank to put Reliance Communications Ltd (RCom) into insolvency court as they seek to recover about $2 billion in debt, said three people with knowledge of the matter.