Nokia 8 launched, coming to India in September with price of around Rs 39,900

After months of rumors and anticipation, Nokia 8 is finally official. HMD Global, the company behind Nokia’s return in the smartphone game, unveiled the Nokia 8 at an event in London today. The smartphone is priced at 599 euros and comes with a completely metallic design, ZEISS optics, OZO audio and high end internal components.

To say that the Nokia 8 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year would be a euphemism. The Nokia 8 is not only Nokia’s first smartphone since its days of Windows Phone, but it is also the first high-end smartphone of the Finnish company that runs on Android.

The all-in-one Nokia 8 is made from a single block of 6000 series aluminum and is only 7.3 mm thick. Nokia says the smartphone is subjected to a machining process, anodized and polished in 40 steps and that the brilliant effect in a color variant takes more than 30 hours to perfect.

The Nokia 8 works with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, along with 4GB of RAM, the Adreno 540 GPU and a 3090mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. The smartphone comes with 64GB of internal expandable storage via a microSD card (up to 256GB) and a built-in fingerprint sensor on the front button on the front.

In addition, the Nokia 8 comes with a 5.3-inch QuadHD screen with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 on top for protection against scratches and scratches. The screen has a maximum brightness of 700 nits and comes with the Nokia Screen Glance brand. The smartphone also features a highly innovative heat management solution with a full-length graphite copper cooling tube that dissipates heat over the entire length and width of the smartphone.

Like the rest of Nokia’s range of Android smartphones, the Nokia 8 runs on a stock of 100% Android. Unlike the Nokia 3 that ships with Android 7.0, the Nokia 8 comes with the latest version of Android Nougat – 7.1.1. Nokia promised that the Nokia 8 will be updated for Android Or in the future.

The Nokia 8 comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is becoming a rarity in today’s world. It is also compatible with OZO Audio: thanks to acoustic algorithms from Nokia and the three smartphone microphones, you can capture 360 ​​degree space surround sound.

On the front of the picture, the smartphone continues the proud partnership of Nokia with Carl Zeiss, which has provided us with iconic photographers like the Nokia N95 and Lumia 1020 in the past. It is equipped with a dual camera powered by ZEISS on the back with a 13MP primary color sensor with optical image stabilization and a secondary 13MP monochrome sensor. Both sensors have an f / 2.0 aperture.

Nokia says the secondary sensor captures depth of field information and enhances low-light photography. The rear camera configuration features auto focus with phase detection and dual LED flash and supports 4K video recording. At the front, there is a 13MP camera with f / 2.0 aperture and automatic phase detection for selfies.

The Nokia 8 is the world’s first mobile phone that allows real-time and real-time delivery of Dual-Sight videos to social networks like Facebook. The function allows you to use the front and back camera at the same time for photos and videos. Nokia calls this function #Bothie.

The Nokia 8 has been valued at 599 euros, which translates to approximately 45,000 rupees. It will be available in four color options: polished blue, polished copper, tempered blue and steel and will go on sale worldwide throughout September.

While Nokia has not officially announced details about the Indian launch of the smartphone, it should go on sale in the country in September. The Nokia 8 should be priced at 39,999 rupees in India to compete with OnePlus 5.

“We know that fans are creating and sharing live content more than ever, with millions of photos and videos shared every minute on social networks.” They are looking for new ways to create their own It is these people who inspired us to design an iconic smartphone that perfectly combines high-end design, exceptional experience and powerful performance.

In February, HMD Global announced the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 as well as the 2017 version of the Nokia 3310. The Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 are now on sale in India and are only available in out-of-network stores, the line.


Facebook, Instagram suffer global outage last night, but its all fine now

What if you wake up in the morning and Facebook stopped working? Given that Facebook is used by millions and is among the most popular social networking platforms, this can create a havoc secure. Well, that’s what happened to many people from many corners of the world. Facebook suddenly stopped working. Not just for minutes, but for hours together. After Facebook suffered a global blackout, people went crazy, they took social networks to post about that. The reports were also such that, too, Instagram ceased to function.

After recording a hundred complaints, Facebook looked at the problem and accepted that there were problems. In a statement published in The Verge, the company writes: “Today, a network problem caused problems for people who had trouble accessing Facebook services. We quickly set about restoring access in less than an hour. We regret the inconvenience. “So, after hours of global blackout, Facebook seems to work fine now.

However, as in Down Detector, a bug tracking website, when some users attempted to open the application, they said: “An error has occurred, try again later.” The disruption mainly affected Facebook users on the western and eastern coasts of North America and in various parts of Europe. Some users in parts of South America and Southeast Asia would also have received errors.

Due to the blocking, functions like Spotify Link via Facebook did not work for several users. According to a Down Detector report, there were about 12,000 complaints about Facebook falling. Some Facebook users have also received a message stating that “Facebook is not available for the required maintenance at this time, but should be able to retrieve it in a few minutes.” In the meantime, read more about why you see this message. patience…”

Along with Facebook, Instagram also stopped working for a while for many users. According to The Verge, around 2,500 complaints were filed after Instagram also suffered a global blackout. Users complained that the application had not loaded them, that the photos had not been uploaded and that the feed had not been updated. Facebook agreed that Instagram’s servers were inactive and said “Facebook said in a statement:” We are aware that some people currently have difficulty accessing Facebook and Instagram. We are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible. “


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However, the company wants to expand its activities and, therefore, focuses on creating offline stores. Xiaomi has already created Mi Home stores in several cities in India. On the other hand, the company is also working intensively with other off-line retail partners in the market to sell smartphones.

In this context, Xiaomi has partnered with Big Bazaar (a popular Future Group supermarket chain with more than 240 stores in India) to sell Redmi Note 4 (review) and Redmi 4 (magazine) during this festive period.

Commenting on the partnership, Manu Kumar Jain, Vice President and General Manager of Xiaomi India, said: “This journey began a few months ago when I met with Mr. Kishore Biyani to discuss possible collaboration with the future group.

During one of the brainstorming sessions, we agreed to try something new: selling phones through Big Bazaar, which no other brand has tried! At Xiaomi India, we always try new things. ”

While Xiaomi has followed an interesting path, we will have to see and expect how this partnership will work for both companies. However, the advantage may be in the presence of Biz Bazaar in India and Xiaomi wants to use it completely. An intelligent strategy, we would say. In any case, the Chinese manufacturer makes their smartphones more accessible to consumers.

Jain said that My Fans could buy Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4 at special prices at Big Bazaar stores. In addition to this, customers can also take these smartphones through free offers of EMI in partnership with Bajaj Finserv. In addition, there are special offers on all ICICI Bank debit and credit card users.


Airtel Offers 50GB Data, Unlimited Calls With Rs. 999 Postpaid Plan

Airtel does not seem to put his foot on the pedal in his war against Jio in the short term. A day after the country’s largest telecoms operator announced an initiative under which customers can get an Android smartphone at the effective price of Rs. 1,399 for 4G users for the first time, launched a plan that targets high-end consumers. Airtel has a new MyPlan Infinity postpaid plan that offers customers 50GB of grouped data and unlimited calling. Designed for consumers with high data consumption, the Airtel package also offers free roaming calls.

The new Airtel plan is available to new and existing users and includes the promise of data transfer from the company, where it will transport unused data to the next billing cycle. In addition to this, the company will provide its Airtel Secure service free of charge for a period of six months with a plan, under which the operator will have the telephone repaired from an authorized service center in case of accidental and liquid damages.

The company launched a package of Rs. 999 for its prepaid customers in September this year, with 112 GB of data distributed at 4 GB per day and “unlimited” calls. The difference in data is important, but postpaid users will not have daily restrictions on data consumption with the plan. Once the 50GB limit is exhausted, data access will be charged at 50p per MB.

Jio also has a postpaid Rs. 999 that provides 90GB of data with no limit on daily data consumption. The validity of this plan is 2 months, and is offered with free SMS, roaming, subscription to Jio applications and unlimited calls throughout the country.