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OnePlus X Finally Gets Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow With OxygenOS 3.1.2 Update

  OnePlus has begun rolling out the OxygenOS 3.1.2 stable upgrade on OnePlus X that includes Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, the October Android security patch, and a number of new features. The rollout will reach OnePlus X users through an OTA (over-the-air) update gradually. A few users should be getting the update starting Wednesday, and broader rollout will follow in the ... Read More »

LeEco Le Max 2 Gets a Temporary Price Cut to Rs. 17,999; Will Become Available on Amazon and Snapdeal

  LeEco on Thursday announced that the Le Max 2 will be available at a discounted price of Rs. 17,999 from October 1 to October 6 on LeMall.com. The company also announced that the Le Max 2 will no longer be exclusive to LeMall.com and Flipkart, but will from next week also become available on Amazon India and Snapdeal. The ... Read More »

Audi Q3 Gets Festive Season Discounts Across The Country

The Audi Q3 is an important SUV for the German automaker and has been one of its most popular offerings in the country. As with every year, Audi has started to roll out a range of discounts and offers on the Q3. This time though, instead of a blanket discount across the country, the German luxury car maker has offered ... Read More »

LG K7 Gets Special Features Catering to the Visually Challenged in India

LG introduced the K7 smartphone in India earlier this year, and now the company has added some interesting features specifically for visually challenged users. The LG K7 was one of the first smartphones to flag off the company’s K-series, and the LG K7 LTE variant was also the first to be manufactured in India. The LG K7 price remains unchanged ... Read More »

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro ‘World’s First Tango Smartphone’ Gets Delayed

It seems the first Google Tango smartphone, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, has been delayed. It was the first commercial attempt to imbue a smartphone with an excellent understanding of what is around it, using Google’s Project Tango machine vision technologies. Lenovo had announced the Phab 2 Pro with Google in June, and had then said the smartphone would hit retail ... Read More »

HTC 10 Gets 2 New Colour Variants and a Limited Period Discount

Four months after launch, HTC has announced two new colour options for the HTC 10, and has also introduced a $100 (roughly Rs. 6,700) temporary discount. The HTC 10 will now be available in Camellia Red and Topaz Gold colour variants in addition to the launch colours in the US. The price of the smartphone has also gone down to ... Read More »

WhatsApp for Android Gets Voicemail Feature; Beta Now Lets You Share With Multiple Contacts

WhatsApp has been introducing an array of features, the recent one being the voicemail feature. The feature arrived on iPhone devices first, and now the company has also rolled it out for Android users via Google Play. Furthermore, the latest beta version for Android also gets the ability to share content with multiple contacts and groups simultaneously. As mentioned, Android ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Variant With 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage Gets Listed on Certification Site

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 at its grand event in New York, putting a lid on the rumours once and for all. The 6GB of RAM buzz turned out to be untrue, and the Galaxy Note 7 was seen sporting 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM alongside 64GB of inbuilt storage. However, a new listing on certification site Tenaa hints that ... Read More »

Vivo V3 Gets a Price Cut in India

Chinese handset maker Vivo on Friday announced a price cut for the V3 smartphone. Effective immediately, the Vivo V3 will be available in India at Rs. 14,980, down from the launch price of Rs. 17,980 – a price cut of Rs. 3,000. The V3 smartphone will be available to buy via all retail outlets across India. Vivo says that the ... Read More »

Facebook Messenger Gets Instant Articles Support

Facebook has expanded its Instant Articles feature to its Messenger platform. The feature will let users loads Instant Articles in a separate Messenger window, instead of a third-party browser, to save users’ time and data. For the publishers that don’t support Instant Articles, the articles will open up normally in the smartphone’s default browser. Currently, the feature has only been ... Read More »