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Ringing in a Power-Packed Comeback with Nokia 3

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Who doesn’t remember the boxy-looking but extremely durable early phone models from Nokia? In fact, didn’t we all flaunt it at one point in time?One of the best-remembered features of a Nokia phone was its power backup. You could go for days, well, at least more than a day, without having to plug in the charger. That’s unlikely today, where power banks and fast-chargers sell as much as smartphones. The earlier models of Nokia, released in early 2000 and the next couple of years, were bestsellers. Nokia was a game changer and ruled the mobile industry for more than a decade. But in recent years, new brands and Android phones took over the market, phasing Nokia phones out. The return with Android Well, it seems the hiatus wasn’t for long. Earlier this year, Nokia announced that it’s set for a comeback.It isn’t going to be easy as the company has [+more]

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iPhone SE or iPhone7 – Are You Ready?

iPhone SE or iPhone7

Apple fans always have a lot of expectations from their flagship iPhone the company’s ball game is really shaking things up in 2016. The company is about to launch its 4in iPhone called the iPhone SE and has added another iPad Pro range, the iPad Pro 9.7. Here are a few things we have gathered for you to decide which iPhone you would want to prefer in your pocket. Apple iPhone SE Smartphone releasing early next month and is already creating a wave of amazing features in its kitty. The device weighs 113 grams and run on iOS 9.3. It measures 123.80mm x 58.60mm x 7.66, and is powered by A9 chip. The all new iPhone SE features a stunning four-inch Retina display, advanced 64-bit with M9 motion co-processor. Good battery life, 12-megapixel iSight camera with True Tone flash and 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera for selfie lovers. It is available [+more]

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Access The IMEI Database To Unlock Your iPhone 6S

Access the IMEI database to unlock your iPhone 6S

Any user of the iPhone 6S would like to have the freedom of choosing a mobile phone operator of her choice. But if your phone is locked, it means you are tied to a single mobile operator, whether you like their services or not. The a monopolistic nature of the tie-up gives an unfair advantage to the mobile operator and allows them to act with high handedness every once in a while. This problem can be overcome by unlocking your iPhone 6S that does away with the need to depend on any single mobile operator. An unlocked iPhone 6S gives you the freedom of choosing a mobile operator of your choice. The software unlocking method does not work for iPhone 6S and hardware unlocking is a risky method that should be avoided. Instead, IMEI unlocking, which is a reliable and effective iPhone 6S unlocking method should be used. All mobile [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Everything you need to know

After being in the news for months, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are finally here and much to our expectations, slowly racing toward popularity. For Indian Samsung lovers, the phones come with an added advantage–the Samsung Gear VR handset for free–if pre-booked till March 17. Here are a few things you need to know while picking the best Samsung gadget for yourself. Captivating design Both the smartphones come from same family but they are sized differently. The Galaxy S7 has a 5.1-inch QHD super AMOLED display, while the Galaxy S7 Edge has a 5.5-inch QHD super AMOLED display. Both phones win aesthetically by getting rid of sharper edges and having a curve rear around the body. Resolutions on both these phones are the same as the earlier phones at 2560 x 1440. Galaxy S7 and S7 Specifications In India, these smartphones come with Octa-core Exynos 8890 SoC as an [+more]

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Coolpad Set to Invest $ 300 Mn in India, Launch New Smartphone

China-based tech firm Coolpad plans to invest $ 300 million in India by 2017 towards its mobile phone business. The company is going to sell its current inventory of stocks by the first quarter of 2016 and then it will start vending its “Made in India” gadgets. Coolpad is well aware of the price-sensitivity issue in the Indian mobile market. So it has planned to make customers happy by keeping a competitive pricing strategy. A part of the money that Coolpad is going to invest would be used to lower the cost of their smartphones. The company has set its goal of shipping 0.5 million devices each quarter. It is also planning to boost its workforce by 10 times within one year. The company has already announced a 4G-ready Coolpad Note 3 to be available at Rs. 8999. This smartphone would come with a fingerprint sensor at the back panel [+more]

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