Blooming Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi have recently been quite popular in India, with phones that satisfy customers’ needs at a substantially low price tag, and the Redmi 1S is the same, costing only $99 (6,000 Indian Rupees). The device was available for pre-registration a few days ago and finally hit the market yesterday, selling out in a little over 4 Seconds with 40,000 units sold. Read More
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With hundreds of thousands of people purchasing devices online, and companies like Xiaomi selling out their stock within seconds, it is no secret that it becomes very difficult to snap up that one phone you wanted. Enter, BuyHatke. BuyHatke is a Bangalore-based startup and offers price comparisons and information on products you might want to buy. What it also does is run as an extension to Google Chrome, working with FlipKart, Amazon, and over 70 other online sellers. Read More
The long-awaited Xiaomi Redmi 1S could be up for pre-registration tomorrow, costing a shockingly low $136 (6,999 Indian Rupees). Read More
The e-commerce giant Amazon has launched a simple web browser named ‘Internet: fast, lite and private’ for the slower networks in India. This will help a wide range of internet users across the remote areas of India, who will be able to download this App which is just under 2 MB in size. This App is currently available on the Play Store and is not yet available on iOS.
Amazon promises it users more space to download and store their favourite music and videos with this browser. The App name is big but it surely indicates that it is targeted or devices with less storage and RAM. The web browser will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop and above, but smartphones like Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, Oppo A83, Honor 9 Lite are not compatible with this web browser. So, many users won’t be aware of this app for now, which they will gradually. Read More
Xiaomi launched their 25th Mi Store in Chennai, but this store is not just another one in a new city. It will give the fans a full based product experience offered by Mi, which includes many of the devices which are not yet available in India.
People can visit the store and see these devices on display and have a good live experience just like the Apple retail store. But they can’t buy the products that are currently unavailable in India. Read More
All latest Android phones run on Android Oreo at the moment and Google has recently launched the Android One which is like a stock Android operating system only running on the latest Google Pixel and Nexus phones. The major difference is that all Android phones from third party manufacturers would run on Android Oreo while Android One would support all feature phones coming directly from Google – including Nexus and Pixel. <!–more–>
Android one is basically designed for first time users in emerging markets. The main feature here is a stock Android-like experience. It has features like Google assistant, Google apps, Google support among many others.
Google Pixel and Nexus phones come with stock Android-like feature which is the purest form of Android, Google’s mobile operating system. So what’s the difference of Android One from stock Android?
Android One has additional features like sim settings where if you have a dual sim phone you can choose your default sim card for sms, data and calls. Also Android One has limited storage space so it might need an additional micro SD card to store photos and screenshots.
The list of devices that run Android One are Moto X, Xiaomi M1, Xiaomi A1, Y Mobile X1, Y Mobile S1, Y Mobile S2, General Mobile GM6, General Mobile GM5 and General Mobile GM5 Plus.