Nokia 3310 4G phone gets certified in China [Update: Specifications detailed]

[Update: Specifications of the smartphone has been detailed on TENAA that reveals a 1.5GHz dual-core processor,256MB RAM and 512MB storage compared to 360Mhz single-core processor and 64MB of storage in the standard version.] Nokia 3310 4G rumored specifications 2.4-inch (240 x 320 pixels) QVGA curved window colour display 1.5GHz dual-core processor 256MB RAM, 512MB internal storage, MicroSD card support up … Continue reading “Nokia 3310 4G phone gets certified in China [Update: Specifications detailed]”
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WhatsApp to discontinue BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone support on December 31

Just in case you had forgotten, WhatsApp will be dropping support for devices running on BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8.0 and older devices on December 31, 2017. Starting next year, you will not be able to use WhatsApp on these platforms. Earlier this year, WhatsApp confirmed its plans to sunset the BlackBerry and Windows Phone versions of the service. The company also announced deadlines for other platforms. Nokia’s Series 40 devices, for example, will be supported till December 31, 2018 while Android 2.3.7 and older devices will be supported till February 1,…

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Google planning to open physical stores in India to boost Pixel phone sales

According to a new report, Google is planning to open physical stores in India, a move that’s aimed at boosting the sales of Pixel phones in the Asian country. The brick and mortar stores, or “experience centers,” could be launched towards the latter half of 2018. The Mountain View, California-based company had recently set up pop-up stores in malls across the country to showcase features of new Pixel 2 phones. They even created a dark room at some locations, to show how good the recent flagships are when it comes to low-light photography. And the consumer response was better than…

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WhatsApp will ditch Blackberry OS and Windows Phone by New Year’s

WhatsApp is bidding farewell to older mobile operating systems as the year draws to a close. Specifically, it's ending support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry 10) and Windows Phone 8.0 and older on December 31st. Although the Facebook-owned m…
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