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Earlier this year, Samsung launched Galaxy J8 and J6 mid-segment smartphones in India.
Chitti the robot is back to fight a bigger evil, played by Akshay Kumar.
While Huawei will add NavIN to its navigation bouquet by the end of this year, Samsung is expected to launch phones with the Broadcom chip in early 2019.
The insight for the CM was triggered by a stirring WhatsApp message narrating the carrying capacity of information flow in ‘One Second’.
OnePlus led the premium smartphone segment (Rs 30,000 and above) in India with 40 per cent market share in the June quarter (2018)
The report found that friction accounts for 19 per cent of consumer dropouts in the apparel category, and more than two-third of this friction is caused by media.
Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer said the earlier law did not apply across the board and lacked teeth, while the new law moves France "into the 21st century".
The chief minister Raman Singh on Monday will begin the statewide launch of the 'Sanchar Kranti Yojana' scheme from Raipur.
Smartphones, especially apps, have become a handy tool for many to understand the classical Indian dance drama in depth and enjoy it meaningfully.
The smartphone maker, which has been virtually operating in more than 30 countries across the world, said it is planning to establish a physical presence in India.
When asked why the Cyber Cell of police is not acting against circulation of obscene videos or pictures, Chauhan said police cannot check each and every phone.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi recorded a first-quarter net loss of 7 billion yuan ahead of its blockbuster initial public offering, according to a filing.
The number of mobile internet users in India is estimated to touch 478 million by June 2018, primarily buoyed by cheaper smartphones, faster connectivity and affordable services
A digital revolution is reshaping India's USD 34 billion gold market, with smartphones, e-wallets and flexible investment schemes drawing new buyers into traditional business.
Handset makers Lava and Micromax have already announced they will launch 4G smartphones powered by Android Oreo (Go edition).