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There are some great mid-range smartphones available under 15,000 rupees in India currently. With top features and specs, these smartphones can easily fight against some of the higher priced flagships.

A highly competitive price category, there are some top phones you can buy under Rs 15,000.

A category primarily led by Xiaomi a year back, is now flooded with phones from Asus, Realme, Honor and Nokia. We have handpicked the best phones you can buy under Rs 15,000 in February. MobAsk.com

Top Phones Under Rs 15,000 | Best Phones Under Rs 15,000

The smartphones in the list has been ordered on the basis of performance, camera, hardware, software and battery.
Top 7 Smartphones You Can Buy Under Rs 15,000 This February (Asus, Honor, Realme, Nokia, Redmi)
Top 7 Smartphones You Can Buy Under Rs 15,000 This February (Asus, Honor, Realme, Nokia, Redmi)

Honor 8X

Starting the list with a really good looking device, Honor 8X packs in a huge 6.5-inch Full HD+ notched display powered by Huawei’s latest mid-range Kirin 710. Honor 8X can easily run high-end games and heavy apps backed by a 3,750 mAh battery. At the back, there’s dual camera setup comprising of a 20MP primary sensor coupled with a 2MP AI-powered sensor. msnTarGet.com

Under 15,000 rupees, you will get the 4GB RAM variant with 64GB internal running on EMUI 8.2 based on Android Oreo 8.1 on top.

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2

The newly launched Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 is our next choice in the top smartphones under 15,000 list. Backed by Snapdragon 660, the new design is radically is refreshing with a 6.26-inch Full HD+ notched display. Retaining its huge 5,000 mAh battery, the Max Pro M1 successor again runs on  stock Android UI with an Android Pie update soon. There’s a dual 12 MP + 5 MP setup at the back. soas.in

Two variants of Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 are available under 15,000 rupees with 32GB and 64GB storage respectively.

Realme 2 Pro

The new under 15,000 rupees king is Realme 2 Pro in India. Backed by a mix of some great specifications and features, Realme 2 Pro is hard to beat. Starting with a powerful Snapdragon 660 SoC, Realme 2 Pro has a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display with a small dewdrop notch. At the back it has a 16 MP + 2 MP dual rear camera setup, able to capture some spectacular images in low light. Fun2Ind.com

The whole package is backed by a 3,500mAh battery running on Android Oreo 8.1 with Color OS 5.2 skin on top. You can buy the 4GB/64GB Realme 2 Pro variant at under 15,000 bucks.

Nokia 6.1 Plus

The smartphone is the most stunning smartphone in the list. Sandwiched in between two Gorilla Glass 3 glasses, Nokia 6.1 Plus sports a 5.8-inch notched Full HD+ display. The smartphone dons a Snapdragon 636 chipset, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. At the back, Nokia 6.1 Plus comes with a dual 16 MP + 5 MP camera setup with a 16 MP front shooter. soas.in

Its an Android One device offering stock Android UI experience with guaranteed version upgrades. The smartphone already runs on Android 9.0 Pie update, available at Rs 14,999 now.

Honor 10 Lite

We have got another Honor phone in the list who recently made its way to India, the Honor 10 Lite. Successor to the much successful Honor 9 Lite, the new phone is an upgrade over the Honor 10 flagship. Up front, the new Honor smartphone sports a 6.21-inch Full HD+ display  with a dewdrop notch, being powered by the midrange HiSilicon Kirin 710 chipset. The Honor 10 Lite base variant with 4GB RAM is available under Rs 15,000 at Rs 13,999 with 64GB storage.

The Honor 10 Lite features a rear dual camera comprising of a 13-megapixel (f/1.8) primary sensor coupled with a 2-megapixel secondary sensor and a 24-megapixel (f/2.0) AI-powered selfie camera.

Xiaomi Mi A2

Up next on the list we have another Android One device. This smartphone recently received a permanent price cut, and Mi A2 is now available at just Rs 13,999 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Backed by Snapdragon 660, Xiaomi Mi A2 features a 3,000mAh battery, 5.99-inch Full HD+ 18:9 widescreen display, dual cameras and more. msntarget.com

Running on Android One, the smartphone offers a Pixel like experience. You will receive guaranteed two version upgrades and regular security updates.

Redmi Note 6 Pro

Wrapping up our top smartphones under 15,000 list, we have the Redmi Note 6 Pro at last. The smartphone failed to catch with the current market, and isn’t a major upgrade over Redmi Note 5 Pro. Though the smartphone is still good powered by a Snapdragon 636 SoC, 4,000 mAh battery running on Android Oreo 8.1 with an MIUI 10 skin on top. Redmi Note 6 Pro has a 6.26-inch Full HD+ notched display with the same old design.

At the back, Redmi Note 6 Pro sports dual 12 MP + 5 MP rear cameras with a wider f/1.9 aperture. Up front it also features dual cameras comprising of a 20 MP + 2 MP setup.

2019 kick-started with some top smartphones from Xiaomi, Huawei and its sub-brand Honor, Realme and many more. Redmi Note 7 is in the limelight after its China launch. Two new variants of Realme C1 were launched, while Realme 3 is on its way.

February is going to better, and bigger.

We have some top smartphone launches lined up for February, it includes the likes of Redmi Go, the first Android Go phone from Xiaomi, Redmi Note 7, Moto G7 series, Vivo V15 Pro and much more. msnTarGet.com

Check out the top smartphones launching in February in India.

Upcoming Smartphones In February | Smartphones Launching In February

The list comprises of the smartphones expected to launch in the month of February 2019 in India. SoAs.in

Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & More

Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & More
Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & MoreXiaomi Redmi Note 7
Redmi Note 7 launched in China a few weeks back. The company confirmed the India launch this February along with two other smartphones. It’s going to be the first smartphone from Xiaomi to come with a water drop notch display. Redmi Note 7 features a massive 4,000mAh battery, Snapdragon 660, 48MP Samsung sensor, dual cameras in different gradient colours. MobAsk.com

Redmi Go

Up next in the upcoming smartphones in February list we have Redmi Go. It’s the first smartphone from Xiaomi built on Android Go. The smartphone is going to be a Redmi 5A rip-off backed by Android Go. The smartphone is expected to launch in India under 4,000 rupees running the latest Android 9 Pie. SoAs.in

Moto G7 Series

Lenovo owned Motorola has confirmed the launch of its Moto G7 smartphones in February. After a global launch on February 7 in Brazil, the company is expected to bring the latest Moto G lineup to India in a month. The latest Moto G7 series will include four smartphones: Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power.

Nokia 9 PureView

HMD Global has been teasing its next flagship Nokia 9 for long now. Finally the company confirmed the launch date. The smartphone will be unveiled at the MWC 2019 on February 24. Nokia 9 is going to be come with a rear penta camera setup i.e five rear cameras for photography. It will have a 2K PureView HDR display, Snapdragon 845, stock Android with Pie, fast charging and more. Fun2Ind.com

Redmi Note 7 Pro

After separating its brand Redmi from the Xiaomi hat, the company is planning to launch a number of smartphones under the new brand. Soon after Redmi Note 7, the company confirmed the launch of Redmi Note 7 Pro. The Pro version of Redmi Note 7 will come with a few updated features like a better processor (Snapdragon 675) and the 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor.

Realme 3

The Realme CEO Madhav Seth said that the next Realme device will launch by the end of Q1, we expect the renders to show up in February only. The company is expected to launch two successors soon, Realme 3 and Realme 3 Pro. The company hinted at a 48MP camera Realme device as well, which is expected to be the Realme 3 Pro. Fun2Ind.com

Nokia 6.2

The 2019 version of Nokia 6 is expected to launch at the same Nokia 9 event alongside. Being dubbed as Nokia 6.2, the smartphone will come with the latest punch hole display technology. Nokia 6.2 will feature a full-screen display with a cut-out on the top left corner, Snapdragon 632 chipset, Zeiss branded dual cameras, Android One and more. MobAsk.com

Redmi X

As a latest leak, Xiaomi will launch a mid-range Redmi device with an in-display fingerprint sensor and some updated specs. The device is expected to be an entry-level premium smartphone with updated specs and features. Redmi X may launch globally in February along with Xiaomi Mi 9, with an imminent India launch. msnTarGet.com

Vivo V15 Pro

Chinese smartphone manufacturer will bring its Vivo V11 Pro successor to India in February. The company has officially confirmed the launch and a few key specs. It’s going to carry a lot from Vivo NEX like its pop-up selfie camera and in-display fingerprint sensor. Vivo V15 Pro will cost somewhere around 30,000 rupees in India with an expected rear triple camera setup. MobAsk.com

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series

Finally, summing up the list with a special launch. Samsung will unveil its tenth anniversary Galaxy S10 models this February. The company will announce the smartphones at the Unpacked event on February 20. The lineup will include three smartphones: Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Lite. In India, we expect the Galaxy S10 devices by March.

The year 2019 has begun and this is the year when we are likely to see the next major Android OS version that will be powering the upcoming smartphones. Called Android Q, the OS version will be revealed at Google IO 2019 conference that is scheduled to take place in May this year. Google has not yet confirmed the existence of the OS version. However, some keen minds have dug out some tidbits that indicate what’s there to come. msnTarget.com

Android Q: 6 likely features that will change the way you use your smartphone

Android Q: 6 likely features that will change the way you use your smartphone
Android Q: 6 likely features that will change the way you use your smartphone

1. Foldable phone support

Native foldable phone support is something that has the highest possibility of showing up in Android Q. The support has already been showcased by Android’s David Burke last year in a parallel event exactly when Samsung was revealing its first-ever foldable display. Native support will mean a cleaner and smoother layout of Android apps in foldable smartphones. Fun2Ind.com

2. Dark Mode 

System-wide dark mode is one of the features that is not yet official but Google has been indicating it since quite some time. The search giant in 2018 introduced Dark Mode in several of its apps, suggesting that it is serious about it and might just bring dark mode on the system level itself. SoAs.in

3. Enhanced PiP mode 

Enhanced PiP in Android Q could work in the similar fashion as what is seen in high-end Samsung smartphones these days. It will let you place the window of different apps on your screen, all of which will run simultaneously, making you more productive. MobAsk.com

4. Native support for facial recognition
In 2018 we saw several smartphone makers introducing facial recognition in their handsets. However, they would have to implement heavy interface changes for the support. With native support, it will be easier to use face recognition and more handsets will be able to support it. Fun2Ind.com

5. More permissions 

Some new permissions were found recently by XDA Developers in Android Q’s framework. This means that the OS will ask users to give apps access to what’s saved in the clipboard, something that is not possible now and gives every app the access to clipboard information. msnTarget.com

6. Support for downgrading any app 

As found by XDA Developers in Android Q’s framework, one might also be able to downgrade to the older app version. This is possible for now but only with Google’s own apps. As indicated in Android Q’s framework, the OS version may let you downgrade any app.

Talking of smartphone designs, OnePlus has never shied away from adopting trends.

From slim bezels on OnePlus 5T to a wide display cutout on OnePlus 6 to a smaller, waterdrop notch on OnePlus 6T, the company has done it all.

And now, if recent leaks are to be believed, OnePlus is taking things a notch up with its upcoming OnePlus 7.

So, how will it be different from OnePlus 6T?

OnePlus 7 v/s OnePlus 6T: What will be the differences?

OnePlus 7 v/s OnePlus 6T: What will be the differences?
OnePlus 7 v/s OnePlus 6T: What will be the differences?

Taking things a notch up, this time with a slider

As per a recent image leak, OnePlus will ditch the waterdrop notch we've come to like on the OnePlus 6T in favor of an all-screen design on the upcoming OnePlus 7.

And to achieve the new design, the company has adopted a slider camera mechanism - similar to Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, Lenovo Z5 Pro and Honor Magic 2. msnTarGet.com

Finally, no more notch-potch.

But the slider comes with some woes

While the slider mechanism allows for an increased screen-to-body ratio, it comes with some concerns (and I am not nit-picking).

Firstly, the slider mechanism (whether manual or motorized), may comprise the uncertified water-resistance that OnePlus offers on its unibody phones like the OnePlus 6T. soas.in

Secondly, the phone will become marginally thicker and possibly more prone to damages in case of odd falls.

Beyond the concerns: What else is changing on OnePlus 7?

The recent OnePlus 7 leak revealed a significantly larger earpiece and the casing showed two cutouts in the slider module.

Interestingly, the cutouts point toward a single selfie camera and possibly an IR sensor that'll fortify the lightning fast face unlock feature. Fun2Ind.com

Moreover, the larger earpiece suggests OnePlus might fit in a speaker to offer immersive audio - an upgrade over 6T's single speaker.

Under the hood changes: More power and faster charging

It's a given that OnePlus 7 will come with the latest 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset - an upgrade from Snapdragon 845 on OnePlus 6T.

The new processor will allow for faster data speeds and image processing as well. MobAsk.com

Further, we expect upto 10GB RAM and upto 256GB of internal storage, and 30W Speed Warp fast charging that debuted with OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition.

Time for triple rear cameras?

OnePlus 6T is a solid flagship killer with top-of-the-line internals, smooth software, great battery life but decent cameras because the phone makes do with the same sensors that we saw on its predecessors.

Now considering that the upcoming iPhone and Galaxy S10 flagships are adopting triple rear cameras, it is possible that OnePlus 7 will once again take on its rivals with matching hardware. MsnTarGet.com

Pricing: Expect a slight uptick over OnePlus 6T's price tag

OnePlus 6T has outshined other flagships not by the high-end specs but with its top performance that comes at a significantly lower cost.

But given the expected upgrades, OnePlus 7 might see an uptick of $50-100 over OnePlus 6T. And that will still be $300-400 less than the likes of Galaxy S10 and iPhone 11. Fun2Ind.com

However, we will know about it in Q2 2019.

Xiaomi Redmi Go official render and full specs , launch

Xiaomi Redmi Go official render and full specs , launch
Xiaomi Redmi Go official render and full specs , launch
If you have been waiting for Xiaomi’s own Android Go phone, then you are in luck as it seems a launch is happening very soon. The phone already got certified in a number of markets and now it appears it is ready to launch with The Philippines being the first market to get it. soas.in

The official Facebook account for Xiaomi Philippines shared a post a few hours ago teasing the launch of a new phone. The post also has the hashtag #GoSmartDoMore.

Philippino blog Revu.com.ph got a tip that the phone is already listed on online store Lazada and the listing includes a poster with the full specs of the Redmi Go. The poster also has the tag line Go Smart, Do More which means it is the same device teased by Xiaomi on Facebook. MobAsk.com

The Redmi Go can be said to be a redesigned Redmi 4A/Redmi 5A with a few changes and of course less RAM and storage. We are glad it doesn’t have the rear-facing speaker of both phones. Fun2Ind.com

It has a 5.0-inch 1280 x 720 display with a 16:9 aspect ratio and 380 nits of brightness. There is a Snapdragon 425 processor under the hood and it is paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. A dedicated MicroSD card slot will allow you to add up to 128GB of extra storage. MobAsk.com

The Redmi Go has an 8MP f/2.0 camera with HDR and an LED flash on its back. The camera is positioned at the top left corner of the phone. It also has a 5MP f/2.2 front-facing camera.

There is Bluetooth 4.1, single band Wi-Fi, a MicroUSB port, and dual-SIM support. It also has support for 4G LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 20, and 28. Availability of these bands including dual VoLTE and dual 4G will vary between markets.

The Redmi Go packs a 3,000mAh battery and will come with a 5V/1A charger in the box. Unfortunately, it runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) and not the latest Android 9 Pie (Go Edition). It will be available in black and blue when it launches. Fun2Ind.com

There is no info on price yet. The one on Lazada is just a placeholder until the phone launches.

How To Learn Typing (Fast) Online At Home On Computer/Laptop – Today on this post on msnTarGet.com media, let’s learn tips of How To Type on Keyboard in the best possible manner.

Typing is one of the most important skills you can have in today’s world. 

How To Learn Typing (Fast) Online At Home On Computer/Laptop

How To Learn Typing (Fast) Online At Home On Computer/Laptop
How To Learn Typing (Fast) Online At Home On Computer/Laptop
Not only the skill but after you have learnt that you can type on Keyboard, You will love to know that you can save literally days year compared to other people because you will be able to type super fast.

As you can see we will now look at our keyboard, and the first thing you need to know about the typing is that where is the home keys are located. mobask.com

Now the home keys are – each of the four fingers on each of your hands has a key that it is always going to return to after you type a letter.

So for your left hand, the home key for Pinky is A, for Ring Finger is S, for the middle finder is D and for the pointer finger its F.

For your left hand, the home keys are semicolon for the Pinky, L for the ring Finger, K for the middle finder and J for the pointer finger.

So, as you can see by looking at where my hands are on the keyboard, we now have easy access to all the keys on the keyboard. So every time you type a letter, you need to make sure that finger returns to its home key. soas.in

Now as you start typing and you get used to it, you might develop some shortcuts and maybe some bad habits.  

You might even be able to anticipate where the next key is going to be. So you might not always completely return to this home area, but when you are learning you definitely need to return to this home area or you’re going to lose your place on the keyboard. Fun2Ind.com

So if you will type the letter U with your pointer finger, then You will need to then return to J. If you will type G with your Pointer Finger, then you will need to then return to F. Simply, always back to the home keys.

But, as you’re learning to type one of the best practices, is to just start typing letters repetitively, because repetition creates memory and not only in your brain but your fingers will start to remember where things are and then you won’t even have to think about which key you are typing. 

It will just come out naturally. So, what you are going to do is if you are practising the letter U, you want to go J-U-J; J-U-J and then you can maybe practice a different letter to kind of get your mind in a different place. msnTarGet.com

And, you could talk about F R F F R F. Now, before you go any further, I would like to show you which fingers are responsible for which keys.

On this page only, a chart will also be attached which will ultimately help you to tell which fingers are responsible for which keys.

So, if you are pointing fingers are going to be responsible for six main keys, and then each of your six fingers is going to be responsible for three primary keys. So, for the left hand, the Pinky is responsible for Q, A and Z. soas.in

Your Ring finger is responsible for W, S, X. Middle finger is responsible for E, D, C and then pointing fingers for R, F, V, T, G and B. On the right-hand side, your Pinky Finger is responsible for P, Semicolon.

Ring finger is responsible for O, L and period. The middle finger is responsible for I, K and comma and then your pointer finger will be responsible for U, J, M, Y, H, N.

Now, it’s equally important to understand, when you first start typing, your pointer finger is probably not going to be too tough to learn that one. 

But your ring and your Pinky fingers are going to feel very awkward and it’s just not going to go well. What you need to work through that because you need to learn that the more you practice, the better you are going to learn.

And, if you’re really quick and pointer type, when you first start typing the right way, you actually might be able to type faster with your pointers and you are going to say Oh, screw this.

I don’t want to do this because I can type way faster using the way I have been doing it. But, the truth is that you will not be able to type that much faster if you do it the wrong way.

And, first, you might be a little slow, because you are not used to it, you need to practice it. It’s not going to happen overnight. 

But, if you practice this, and you keep doing your repetition, R-F-R-F-V-R-F-V, then you will become very good at typing.

Another thing you want to know is to go ahead and check the chart that we will give on this page very soon. Stay tuned with soas.in media, till then. 

Here, let’s summarise this topic once and let us recall all the important tips as well. Whether you need to type a resume, a letter or a bibliography, it can get done fast if you learn how to control the keys efficiently. MobAsk.com

You will need a keyboard or typewriter, patience, time to practice and internet access. Here, step 1: Position on fingers on the Keyboard. 

Put your little-left finger on the “A” and your right little finger on the semicolon. Lay your fingers one at a time on each consecutive key and place your thumbs on the space bar.

The F and J keys on most keyboards have small bumps to easily identify where you two pointer fingers should stay, without having to look down.

Step 2: Learn what fingers controls which keys. The left index fingers control the F, G, R, T, 4, 5, V and B. The left middle finger controls the D, E, 3 and C.

The left ring finger controls the S, W, 2 and X. The left little finger controls the A, Q, 1, Z and Shift. Step 3: Learn what keys the finger on the right-hand type. 

The fingers on right right hand control the same patterns of keys that you’ve learnt on the left side. Step 4: Press the space bar with your right parm.

Step 5: Master the shift keys with your little fingers press the shift key while simultaneously pressing the letter of choice to type a capital letter. If the letter is pressed by the right hand, use the left shift key and vice versa.

Step 6: Sit up straight with both feet on the floor. Position your chair and keyboard so your arms are at a 90-degree angle and a parallel to your legs. 

Keep your elbows next to your body and your head straight. Try not to look down at the keyboard or keys.

Step 7: Practice typing. You can learn for free online by visiting websites with touch typing tutorials.

Learning the art of typing will save you tons of time over the hunt and peck method. Did you know the letters on the old typewriters used to be listed alphabetically?

In the late 1800s, Christopher Latham Sholes rearranged the keys to prevent jamming.

While the last few days of the year gone by were spent looking back, it’s now time to look what lies ahead. The year 2019 is expected to see new launches, innovations and features in the smartphone industry. What aces do the likes of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus others have up their sleeve? msnTarGet.com Here we look at 15 of the most-awaited smartphones that are expected to land in 2019:

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019
15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

​New Apple iPhones

What to expect: Very little is known about the new iPhones as very few leaks have appeared and Apple will only talk about it on the day they are launched MsnTarGet.CoM.
Expected launch date: September

​Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

What to expect: The key highlight is expected to be improved display and Samsung’s own UI.
Expected launch date: The Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive just before the Mobile World Congress in February.

​Samsung Galaxy Note 10

What to expect: The phablet from Samsung may get a better display and bring innovations to the S Pen
Expected launch date: August

​Google Pixel 4

What to expect: Unparalleled camera experience but apart from that little is known about this year’s Pixel smartphones
Expected launch date: October

​Nokia 9

What to expect: Nokia 9 is rumoured to come equipped with as many five cameras at the back.
Expected launch date: Nokia 9 may l see the light of the day sometime in March.

OnePlus 7

What to expect:Very little is known about the next OnePlus smartphone as of now.
Expected date: May/June

​Samsung Galaxy X

What to expect: The first foldable phone from smartphone to have an innovative display
Expected launch date: May

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

An upgrade of one of Xiaomi’s most powerful smartphone with better display and camera.
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​Huawei P30 Pro

What to expect: Last year, Huawei created a stir by putting three cameras on the back of P 20 Pro. Expect more innovations in the camera
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​OnePlus 5G phone:

What to expect: One of the first handset to support 5G technology. It’s still not known whether this will come first or the OnePlus 7 on msnTarGet.com.
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

​Google Pixel Lite

What to expect: An affordable ‘liter’ version of the Pixel 3 range of devices
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2

What to expect: A 48MP camera at the back and a in-hole display
Expected launch date: February

​LG G8 ThinQ

What to expect: It is rumoured that LG is going to beef up the display of its flagship device this year
Expected launch date: June

​Huawei foldable phone

What to expect: As the name suggests, it will be a foldable phone.
Launch date: First half of 2019

​Poco F2

What to expect: An upgrade on one of Xiaomi’s affordable phone with a powerful processor. No concrete information is available as of now
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019.

Refreshing its feature phone segment with Nokia 106 for Rs 1,299 in India, Finnish company HMD Global, which sells Nokia-branded smartphones, is making an attempt to revive the Nokia's erstwhile charm. The new feature phone, which has been launched after the success of Nokia 8.1 smartphone, would be available across mobile retailers and on Nokia.com/phones msnTarGet.com. 

Nokia 106 feature phone launched in India; Check price, features

Nokia 106 feature phone launched in India; Check price, features
Nokia 106 feature phone launched in India; Check price, features
The Nokia 106 (2018), which will be available for purchase via offline stores across the country, is stated to be offering strong battery life of 21 days standby time. It is also said to have a battery that will provide talk time of up to 15.7 hours. Notably, the same feature phone was launched in China in November 2018.

Talking about Nokia 106, Ajey Mehta, Vice President and Country Head-India, HMD Global, said, “India is an important feature phone market. Consumers here seek outstanding battery life, a simple to use interface, and great durability. MsnTarGet.com Nokia phones are synonymous with these and we’re delighted to introduce Nokia 106 and hope to continue to drive connectivity for millions of consumers here.” 

Further, the company stated that consumers can also use a micro-USB charger to power up the Nokia 106. The Nokia device would sport a polycarbonate body with inherent colouring that means the colour runs through the material, making scratches less detectable, the company added.

The device, which comes with the classic Snake Xenzia game, would be able to store up to 2,000 contacts, besides having an LED torch, FM radio and option to store up to 500 text messages. The device comes with Dual SIM, MTK 6261D processor, 4 MB RAM and Removable 800 mAh² battery.

Motorola is all set to unveil new series of smartphones, including Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play. Of these new devices, Moto G7 and Moto G7 Plus models are expected to be expensive, while Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power would be be slightly cheaper, according to TelecomTalk report.   

The Moto G7 msnTarGet.CoM is expected to see its launch in February possibly before the Mobile World Congress, said the report, adding that details of these smartphones have already been leaked, but the fresh leak reveals new ones about Moto G7.

Moto G7 series smartphones coming! Courtesy leaks, take a sneak peek

Moto G7 series smartphones coming! Courtesy leaks, take a sneak peek
Moto G7 series smartphones coming! Courtesy leaks, take a sneak peek
Citing online leaks about Moto G7, the report said the new device would come inside a transparent case. The leaks show the smartphone from almost sides giving a fair idea about the phone's overall look. The Moto G7 is seen with a waterdrop notch on the front equipped with a selfie camera while hiding earpiece and sensors nearby, the report said to MsnTarget.com.

The transparent case shows the phone from front as well as from the back, and the new smartphone with waterdrop notch or teardrop notch along with much slimmer bezels can be compared to Moto G6 MsnTarGet.CoM

According to TelecomTalk, the rear panel show dual camera setup on the phone besides a physical fingerprint sensor to facilitate users unlock the device with a finger touch. The phone's right edge is said to have power and volume buttons, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port, and a speaker grille on its bottom.

In the past few months, the four Moto smartphones have been subjected to several leaks revealing a lot about the Moto G7 series. The past reports stated that Moto G7 and G7 Plus, which will be rather expensive, will come with waterdrop display notch. However, Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power are expected to come packed with traditional notch that we see in iPhone X. 

The Moto G7 and G7 Plus is said to flaunt dual camera setup on the rear panel, while Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power would come with only a single rear camera, the report added.

What do job seekers look for in a company the most? They look for companies that can offer them growth, better pay, benefits among other things. In other words, companies that are good places to work for. The Economic Times does an annual report on "India's Best Companies To Work For", which has 100 firms on the list. As the year comes to an end, we revisit the report. Here are best 25 tech companies to work for in India as per the list:

2018’s 25 best technology companies to work in India

2018’s 25 best technology companies to work in India
2018’s 25 best technology companies to work in India

​SAP Labs: Ranked 1

SAP Labs was ranked the number one company on the list. The company has one of the better empowerment programs and policies.

​Intuit India: Ranked 2

At Intuit India, employees are known to get flexible work options, wellness benefits, parental along with great facilities.

​Adobe Systems: Ranked 4

Adobe claims to take a lot of pride in employee diversity. It also holds training exercises and events for its woman employees. It is also known to offer significant health and education benefits.

​Indus Towers: Ranked 11

The company which has installed more than 1.2 lakh telecom towers across the country is placed at number 11 on the list of top 100 companies.

​Vodafone India: Ranked 13

Vodafone, according to the report, has several initiatives running to reward employees.

​Pitney Bowes Software India: Ranked 20

Based out of Noida, this software firm has supportive work culture. It also offers higher education benefits to its employees.

​Kantar’s Global Delivery Centre: Ranked 22

Growth prospects and innovative training programmes are among the key reasons why this company finds a place on the list.

​PayPal India: Ranked 24

Considered to be an employee friendly place, Paypal also offers better growth opportunities.

​John Deere Technology Centre: Ranked 27

Based out of Pune, this technology centre provides a global working environment and offers people-friendly policies.

​Cadence Designs Systems: Ranked 28

Known to offer innovative HR policies that are designed according to the diverse needs of the employees.

​BMC Software: Ranked 31

A company that makes employees its ‘ambassadors through its Extended Employee Referral programme. Known to get regular feedback in improving work environment for the employees.

​Aspire Systems: Ranked 35

A better work-life balance and a conducive work environment are among some of the benefits that the company offers.

​Atria Convergence Technologies: Ranked 38

Not only for its employees, Atria Convergence also has programmes for their children.

​Salesforce.com: Ranked 39

For a healthy work environment, this company has something called Ohana culture. Under this, employees are responsible for each other and it promotes a motivational culture.

​Kronos Incorporated: Ranked 44

Benefits offered by this firm include assistance in child education and extended paternity leave.

​HERE Solutions: Ranked 45

People-friendly policies along with a lot of other benefits brings this company on this list.

​Shriram Value Services: Ranked 48

This company focuses on creating perfect work-life balance for its employees.

​YASH Technologies: Ranked 54

A company that is known for following people-centric culture and offering growth opportunities.

​Impetus Infotech: Ranked 63

Organic meals, concierge services, commuting facilites and wellness programmes are amongst the top benefits offered by the company.

Ericsson India: Ranked 74

Like many other companies on the list, creating work-life balance is a key reason that merits Ericsson India a place on the list.

Tata Communications Limited: Ranked 78

Tata Group is known to be one of the better places to work with. Tata Communications is one of the companies that is part of the group.

​HP: Ranked 88

HP India is also known to be one of the best companies that offers several benefits among other things to its employees.

​Hitachi Consulting Software Services: Ranked 90

Technology solutions and IoT aren’t the only thing this consultancy firm offers as it is considered one of the best companies to work in India.

​Infostretch Corporation: Ranked 98

Infostretch finds the 98th spot in the list.

​Intelenet Global Services: Ranked 99

Intelenet is a global business process outsourcing firm.

There is no stopping the 5G revolution, especially since everyone seems to be on board. From network operators to smartphone manufacturers to silicon makers, everyone seems to be hellbent on pushing the fifth generation cellular technology to businesses and consumers. With all the marketing and hype, there’s bound to be some confusion and questions. What is 5G, what is it for, and will really make our lives better? Here are some answers to those questions and more.

The trends are in, and we’ve got a pretty decent idea of the next big smartphones from device makers in 2019. The features you’re going to want to watch out for are only slightly different from what came in 2018 – and we’re pretty much set on what the phones will look like already. What’s it going to take for you to get a deal on a smartphone in 2019?

5G is coming: what you need to know

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What is 5G?

Simply put, all that “5G” really means is that it’s the fifth generation wireless technology, following, well, 4G. Those two-character names have basically become the stand-ins for the actual technologies implemented with those standards, like CDMA, GSM, HSPA, UMTS, and, of course, LTE. In a nutshell, 5G involves utilizing higher frequency bands in order to support faster speeds, less latency, and more devices.

Naturally, the biggest advertised benefit of 5G is the speed. After all, a theoretical maximum speed of 20 Gbps is drool-worthy, especially when you compare that to 4G’s theoretical 2 Gbps (at least with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X24 LTE modem). Even if 5G just ends up with a real-world 10 Gbps range, that’s still a huge leap forward and on par with the newest Wi-Fi 802.11ax specification.

But speed isn’t 5G’s only benefit. Low-latency communication is also a key factor with standards aiming for something as low as 1 ms. This is going to be critical not just for things like gaming but also for IoT and smart cars. 5G can also support more devices connected at once, again essential for the explosion of connected devices and vehicles, and with network slicing, different devices can have their own portion of the wireless spectrum which may be faster or slower, depending on their needs.

What are the drawbacks of 5G?

It definitely sounds good but there are trade offs. The higher-frequency bands that 5G requires, ranging from 3 to 30 to 300 GHz, can only travel short distances and are even more susceptible to interference from weather and objects. That is why carriers who want to implement the full power of 5G will have to put up more cellular antennas with shorter distances between them. On the flip side, they don’t have to be towering antennas like those used for 4G.

It’s because of this weakness of “millimeter wave” frequency that network operators are also implementing lower frequency “sub-6GHz” 5G, which is also supported by the standard. These frequencies are able to transmit data more reliably over longer distances but don’t achieve the high-speed promise of true 5G. In the near future, 5G networks will switch back and forth between these two until the technology reaches a point where there would be no need for compromises.

Will 5G replace broadband Wi-Fi?

The high-speed, low-latency features of 5G will naturally make consumers ask if this is the future of home broadband. The answers, admittedly, is “yes and no”. Wi-Fi is a separate standard which is advancing at a separate pace and is best used for different use cases. At the moment, the fastest Wi-Fi spec, 802.11ax, is just as fast as the measured 5G speed, around 10 Gbps. And considering its range and stability limitations, 5G is far from replacing Wi-Fi for now. You wouldn’t want your connection to be disrupted just because the weather changed.

As for broadband, in a way, Verizon’s much-advertised 5G rollout is technically broadband, not cellular, 5G and not everyone agrees it even qualifies as 5G. Network operators simply have to driver fiber optic cables to cell sites and then let small cell 5G radios relay the signal to the subscriber’s home. There, special equipment would then transform 5G into Wi-Fi signals that anyone can connect to like normal, at least until all devices can use 5G directly. That said, such a system would still be subject to the same limitations above.

In due time 5G can eventually replace Wi-Fi in use cases where it would be more efficient. IoT appliances that don’t need to be constantly connected to the Internet can use 5G instead while smart cities and smart cars could benefit from the low-latency the network provides. Again, all in due time.

What phones are compatible with 5G?

Technically, none at the moment but that hasn’t stopped OEMs from scrambling to proclaim their 5G readiness. Except Apple. Motorola was actually the first to jump on the train even before it left the station. But that’s via the 5G Moto Mod it announced alongside the Moto Z3.

The first 5G phone could actually come from Samsung (not OnePlus), as it so eagerly boasted during Qualcomm’s event. In theory, the new Snapdragon 855 is able to support it but Qualcomm is leaving the X50 5G modem an optional feature for manufacturers to decide on. As for the iPhone, not gonna happen next year.

One probable reason for that varied implementation is the cost. While Qualcomm is lumping 5G as part of its Snapdragon 855 push, it’s a feature that could cost manufacturers, and therefore users, extra. As much as $200-$300 extra, if OnePlus CEO Pete Lau is to be believed. That may not yet even take into consideration what carriers will bill subscribers for the super fast network, which many hope they won’t at all.

When will we get 5G?

Definitely not in 2019. Or rather, the wave will start with a few ripples that only a lucky few will be able to experience, much less take full advantage of. As mentioned, Verizon’s 5G rollout last October is still in question. AT&T plans on launching a “true mobile” 5G service before the year is over, which happens in less than 25 days. Both T-Mobile and Sprint aren’t planning on following suit until next year. And that’s not yet considering the 5G-compatible smartphones you’ll need.

And that’s just in the US alone. Other markets, like Australia, Canada, China, and the UK are all doing their own independent work on supporting and launching 5G networks and each has their own pace. Considering how long it took 4G to be as widespread as it is now, don’t expect massive 5G adoption until at least 2020. Perhaps in time for an iPhone “5G”.

Wrap-up

It’s easy to believe the hype and be taken in by the promises. Truth be told, the change is inevitable anyway. Although we have not yet fully maxed out the speed limits of 4G LTE, we have congested the networks and have stretched it thin. 5G not only increases the speed and the bandwidth, it also increases the possibilities.

But it’s not going to happen in a year’s time, no matter how much 5G proponents push it. There’s the rather thorny business of buying spectrums and the legal considerations of putting small cells in almost every corner and wall. Not to mention the costs that consumers will have to pay for both the equipment to use 5G and the service to enable it. 5G is coming soon, no doubt about it. Just not too soon.

Smartphones in 2019 – Things to consider before buying one

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1. Believe the Hype

Before we start looking at sorting out specs and counting cash, let’s just quick imagine you just want to get the “best” phone, quick. If you’re the sort of person for whom money is no object, you’re in luck. Smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung and Huawei have your number!

They’ve got devices like the Huawei P20 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the iPhone XS – and their 2019 iterative upgrades. These devices cost a lot of money – and have all the most high-quality parts and construction, and such. The Google Pixel 3 (and forward) are now in that category, too.

If you’re wary of dropping over a thousand dollars and want to see whether “lesser” phones can do the trick just as well, you’re not alone. You’re also in luck – several brands are going to have your proverbial back.

2. Don’t believe the hype

In the year 2019, we’re going to see a lot of focus on the size, shape, and placement of the front-facing camera on any number of new phones. If you don’t care about this, you’re going to have a LOT of options for new devices at a wide range of price points. Better yet, if you’re not all about the whole “IT MUST COVER THE WHOLE PHONE” display trend, you’re going to find phones with bezels (tiny bezels, even) for a lot cheaper than ever before. You just need to know what you want.

3. Take note of what you’re looking for

It might seem obvious – but be aware of what’s worked for you in the past, when it comes to smartphone features. Be aware of everything that mattered to you in a smartphone and make yourself a list for your smartphone-buying venture in the very near future.

Smartphone Features that Matter to You:
  • Display size
  • Camera quality
  • Battery life
  • Audio: Headphone jack? Bluetooth audio? External speakers?
  • Battery Charging: micro-USB, USB-C, wireless charging
  • Data speed / reliability
  • Accessories (cases)
You won’t always be able to pick a phone with all your most ideal qualities, but the industry today is vast – especially if you’re buying an Android phone. While some brands seem to be offering less variety each year, new brands are springing up with high quality hardware that’s worth a look.

Take a look at the Xiaomi Mi A1 from all the way back in October of 2017. That phone would still be an amazing deal today if it cost its full original price – right around $233. Since that device’s release, several other phones have come from several manufacturers, all bringing similar value with a similar emphasis on simplicity. Watch for the “Android One” brand if your goal is to get a robust smartphone at a low price with software that’s updated regularly by Google – Android One is the key.

4. Keep an eye on “smaller” manufacturers

China is winning the smartphone feature development race right now. They’ve got the fastest growing smartphone brands in the world, and they’ve got such fierce competition for the bulk of China’s smartphone users, they’ve got to move quick! As such, brands of which you might never have heard are popping up with the consumer in mind.

Below you’ll see a list of non-American brands to keep an eye on. Next to each entry is one of each brand’s most recent smartphones in review form as posted here on SlashGear. These examples should give you a good idea of what you’re in for in 2019.

International Smartphone brands with recent smartphone examples:
  • Huawei: Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review
  • Xiaomi: (See M1 A1 above)
  • OnePlus: OnePlus 6T Review
  • Honor (under Huawei): Honor 10 Review
  • Pocophone (under Xiaomi): POCO F1 Review
  • OPPO: OPPO R17 Pro Review
  • Vivo: Vivo NEX S Review
  • Meizu: Meizu 16th Review
  • Nokia*: (See Nokia 3.1 Review below)
The occasional USA-based brand can be found bringing new life to the smartphone universe now, too. Take Essential, for example. Created by the founder of Android, Essential was the first company to release a phone with a notched display in the entire industry. They didn’t get the pricing right on their first phone, so they’ve not gotten off to a great start – but they’re not gone yet! (Also their first phone (Essential Phone PH-1) can be purchased now for a steal. )

*Yes, Nokia. Nokia is now a licensed brand, which means they’re not really the company they used to be. The brand HMD Global licenses the Nokia brand to make smartphones. The smartphones HMD Global makes with Nokia’s brand run Android, and they run Android very, very well. See our Nokia 3.1 Review to get a taste for low price and high quality from a brand you almost certainly recognize, but haven’t owned for many years.

5. Be open to change

Be surprised by how much emphasis is placed on features you actually care very little about. Be surprised by how little changes year by year, phone generation by generation. And most important – be surprised by the variety offered by quickly moving brands like Huawei.

You might have noticed that Huawei appeared in the “believe the hype” section of this guide as well as the “smaller manufacturers” section. That’s made possible by the hardcore competitive nature of the industry in Asia and the fact that Huawei’s basically the fastest growing brand in the world today. They want to cover ALL their bases. While Huawei’s still not quite square with the US government at the moment, they’re not moving any slower anywhere else in the world as a result.

Most importantly, keep it tuned to SlashGear for a massive number of smartphone reviews for phones from all price points. We’re working with every manufacturer to bring in the phones you’re going to be deciding on in 2019. We’re here to give you the answers you need before you drop your cash on your next most personal device in the year 2019 and beyond.

bingगूगल को टक्कर देने के लिए माइक्रोसॉफ्ट अब कंपनी ने अब सर्च करने पर यूजर्स को पैसे देगी। बिंग सर्च इंजन यूज करने पर माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पॉइंट के तौर पर रिवॉर्ड देगा जिसे पैसे में तब्दील किया जा सकता है। माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के रिवॉर्ड प्रोग्राम की शुरुआत के तहत यूजर्स को Bing से सर्च करने पर इनाम दिए जाएगा। हालांकि मीडिया रिपोर्ट्स के मुताबिक अभी यह सुविधा सिर्फ यूनाइटेड किंगडम में ही लॉन्च होगी। 
रिवॉर्ड पाने के लिए यूजर्स को अपने माइक्रोसॉफ्ट अकाउंट से बिंग में लॉगइन करना होगा। इतना ही नहीं, अगर यूजर्स माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के वेब ब्राउजर ऐज यूज करेंगे तो प्वॉइंट्स डबल हो जाएंगे। यानी माइक्रोसॉफ्ट ने अपने ब्राउजर को भी एक पुश दिया है। लेवल 1 यूजर्स रोज 10 चीजें सर्च करके 60 पाइन्ट्स कमा सकेंगे। वहीं 500 पॉइन्ट्स तक पहुंचने पर आप लेवल 2 के मेंबर बन जाएंगे और रोड बिंग सर्च से 150 पाइन्ट्स कमा सकेंगे।
माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के मुताबिक बिंग पर किए गए सर्च कंप्यूटर और मोबाइल दोनों में किए जा सकते हैं। सर्च लिमिट हर दिन रिसेट किए जाएंगे यानी दूसरे दिन फिर से प्वॉइंट कलेक्ट किए जा सकते हैं। फिलहाल दुनिया भर में सर्च इंजन बाजार में 77.98 फीसदी शेयर के साथ गूगल नंबर-1 पर है। बिंग 7.8 फीसदी के साथ दूसरे नंबर पर है, जबकि चीन का सर्च इंजन Baidu तीसरे नंबर पर है।

12 things you didn’t know Truecaller can do for you
Truecaller is an app that has gained a fair bit of popularity, primarily because it helps in identifying calls from unknown numbers, blocking calls and avoiding spammers. However, that’s not all that you can do as there is so much more that the app has on offer. You can make video calls, send flash messages and even make payments. Here are 12 such features of the app you should know about:
1. Create your own profile When getting started with Truecaller, you get to set up your own profile and you can customize it in the way you like. You can add your picture, your name and additional information like an address, email ID or a website. You can even connect your Truecaller profile to your Google or Facebook accounts. If you are concerned about your privacy, then you can go to General settings in the app and choose who gets to see your profile.
2. Mark 'people' as spam Too annoyed of various people calling you to sell some schemes and offers? With Truecaller, you can block them. Once a number has been blocked by too many people, Truecaller will show you a red coloured contact card when you receive a call from that number to notify you about spammers.
3. Check who is calling even without using your phone's data If you are not connected to the Internet, Truecaller may tell you that it requires a data connection to work properly. However, if it has identified the number once, the app will identify it whether or not you are connected to the Internet.
4. Make video calls Yes, it is possible to make video calls via Truecaller. Just note that the call will be made via Google’s video calling app Duo so you need to have that installed too. Just go to Truecaller, and select the information icon next to the person you wish to call. This will open a page that has the options of Call, SMS, Video Call, Edit, and Block. Select the option of video call, and Truecaller will automatically call the person via Duo.
5. Set Truecaller as your default dialler In order to do this, open the app and click the hamburger icon and go to ‘Settings.’ Select the option of General and scroll down to ‘Missed Call Notifications.’ On enabling this, the app will ask you for various permissions in order for it to become your default dialler.
6. Make Truecaller as your default messaging app Truecaller will prompt you a number of times to enable this. Setting Truecaller as your default messaging app lets you identify spam messages, identifies senders of unknown messages, block spam and telemarketing messages, etc.
7. Search numbers/contacts with names, e-mail IDs The app can not only be used to block numbers and protect yourself from spammers, it is also a directory. Just type in the name of the person you wish to search the number of, and Truecaller will show you results from its database. Similarly, you can also search for numbers using email IDS. The ‘Search’ option of Truecaller also has numbers of various airlines, railways, healthcare services, banks, hotels, etc saved.
8. Unlist your number from the app If you don’t want your number to appear in Truecaller’s database, then you need to visit https://www.truecaller.com/unlisting. Just type in your number there including the country code, select Unlist Phone Number, and you’re done. However, you cannot have the app installed if you do so.
9. See who is online as well as check 'Last seen' Open the app and select the information icon next to the contact. You’ll be taken to the contact card that has all the information about the contact. Here, just below the name and tag of the person, you’ll be able to see when they were last online or whether they are on a call. Want to disable this for your contact card? Head to settings, select General and disable ‘Availability.’
10. Make Spam folder for SMS Open the app and click on the ‘Message’ icon on bottom left. Enable Spam protection. This will prompt a message alerting that Truecaller will become your default message app. Press Continue on the card. Finally, Truecaller will show you another card to notify of changing the messaging app. Click ‘Ok’ to proceed.
11. Make payments Truecaller has tied up with several banks including HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Axis Bank for Truecaller Pay. The app lets users create their own Virtual Payment Address, and after this they can send or receive money using UPI. Users can also get prepaid or postpaid recharge done through this feature.
12. Send Flash Messages To send a Flash Message, tap on the lightening like icon next to the person’s name in your Truecaller call log. Type your message and hit send. The person you send it to will see your Flash screen for the next 60 seconds.

Smartphones with 6GB RAM you can buy in India
Smartphone makers have been pushing the limits in order to provide the best features in the market. Among all the specifications, smartphones with 6GB RAM are seen as a sign of a powerful device which can withstand all the multi-tasking we generally put our phones through, without any lags or frame-freezing of any kind. If you are in the market for a smartphone for such a purpose, here are some of the options that you may want to consider:
1. Xiaomi Redmi 5 Pro (Rs 16,999) The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro handset has a 6GB RAM variant. There is also a 4GB RAM variant of the handset, which costs slightly less at Rs 13,999. Other specs of both the variants remain the same. The handset has a dual rear camera setup of 12MP and 5MP with aperture f/2.2 and f/2.0 respectively. On the front, it houses a 20MP camera, a first from Xiaomi. Powering the device is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, making it the first device to run on this processor. With 64GB internal storage and 4000mAh battery, the Redmi 5 Pro has a 5.99-inch full HD+ display with 1080x2160 pixel resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio.
2. OnePlus 5T (starting Rs 32,999) The OnePlus 5T comes in two RAM options -- 6GB RAM and 8GB RAM priced at Rs 32,999 and Rs 37,999 respectively. The former variant has a 64GB internal storage while the latter has a 128GB internal storage. Powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, coupled with Adreno 540 GPU, the device sports a 6.01-inch full HD+ (1080x2160 pixels) Optic AMOLED display with a pixel density of 401ppi and 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It boasts of a 6.01-inch full HD+ Optic AMOLED display with a 1080x2160 pixels resolution.
3. Infinix Zero 5 (starting Rs 17,999) Hong Kong-based smartphone brand Infinix launched the Zero 5 handset with 6GB RAM with two storage options -- 64GB and 128GB at Rs 17,999 and Rs 19,999 respectively. The smartphone sports a 5.98-inch Full-HD display with 1080x1920 pixels resolution and is powered by a 2.6GHz octa-core MediaTek processor with Mali-T880 GPU. It features a 16MP front camera and a dual rear camera setup of 12MP + 13MP module.
4. Honor View 10 (Rs 29,999) Honor's first artificial intelligence-based smartphone Honor View 10 is powered by company's own Kirin 970 processor coupled with ARM Cortex CPU. As part of its AI-based features it comes with a real-time multi-languages translation support, image resolution enhancer and more. It has a 128GB internal storage and is backed by a 3,750mAh battery. Boasting of a bezel-less design with a 5.99-inch full HD+ display, the View 10 has a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 16MP and 20MP sensors. For selfie enthusiasts, there is a 13MP font facing camera.
5. HTC U11+ (Rs 56,990) HTC's first bezel-less smartphone, the U11+ has both a 6GB and 4GB RAM variant. However, in India, there is only a 6GB variant. In terms of specs, the device has a 6-inch Quad HD+ display and is powered by a 2.5GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Offering 128GB internal storage, it features a 12MP UltraPixel camera and an 8MP front facing snapper. The device comes equipped with the Edge Sense support which was introduced with the HTC U11.
6. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Rs 67,900) Samsung's flagship phablet Galaxy Note 8 packs in a 6GB of RAM and 64GB storage and is the first device from the company to sport a dual-rear camera setup of 12MP each. The device comes with a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED 'Infinity' display and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. For the selfie lovers, there is an 8MP camera as well. Backed by a 3300mAh the battery, it also comes with company's home-brewed Bixby digital assistant.
7. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 (Rs 32,999) Xiaomi's first bezel-less smartphone, Mi Mix 2 features a 5.99-inch full HD+ display with 1080x2160 pixels resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. Powered by a 2.4GHx octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with Adreno 540 GPU, it has 128GB of internal storage. For imaging duties, it has 12MP rear camera with Sony IMX386 sensor and a 5MP front facing camera.
8. Oppo F5 (Rs 24,990) The 6GB RAM variant of the Oppo F5 smartphone comes at a bit higher price of Rs 24,990 than the 4GB RAM variant which costs Rs 19,990. The former has a 64GB storage and the latter has a 32GB storage. The USP of the device is its 20MP front facing camera with f/2.0 aperture. In other specs, it has a 6-inch full view display with 18:9 aspect ratio and full HD+ resolution. Powered by a 2.5GHz MediaTek Helio P23 processor, it is backed by a 3,200mAh battery. The smartphone also comes equipped with a rear mounted fingerprint sensor and a 16MP rear camera.
9. Samsung Galaxy A8+ (Rs 32,990) Samsung's first smartphone with dual front camera setup too comes with a 6GB RAM. The handset is powered by octa-core Exynos 7885 processor with Mali-G71 GPU and 64GB internal storage. It sports a 16MP primary camera and 8MP secondary camera with f/1.9 aperture each on the front and a 16MP camera with f/1.7 aperture on the back. As for the display, the Galaxy A8+ has a 6-inch FHD Super AMOLED Infinity Display of 2220 x 1080p resolution.
10. Samsung Galaxy S9+ (To be announced) Though still not available in India, the bigger variant of the flagship smartphone from South Korean tech giant also features 6GB RAM. The handset comes with a 6.2-inch Quad HD + Curved Super AMOLED screen with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. It packs a 3500mAh battery and has a dual 12MP Super Speed Dual Pixel rear camera module, which is the highlight of the device. It offers features like autofocus sensor and OIS and automatically adjusting dual aperture lens.

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