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The much-awaited foldable Razr from Motorola to be launched on February 6

The company recently teased the India launch of the Razr through a tweet and had also opened registrations for the foldable phone on its website

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite available for pre-book for INR 39,999

Galaxy S10 Lite also comes with on display fingerprint scanner.

Source: Internet

New report suggests growth of global smartphone market by 64.05 million units during 2020-2024

Vendors such as Apple, Huawei, and Samsung are increasingly investing in R&D to provide best user experience using AI.

Source: Internet

Apple to launch smart keyboard with scissor-switch design

The iPhone maker introduced its scissor-switch keyboard design at the end of 2019 with the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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Creator of PUBG and Arena of Valor games tie-up with smartphone manufacturer Black Shark

Earlier smartphone makers like Asus partnered with Tencent Games

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Here are our picks amongst upcoming flagship phones launching in February 2020

Many flagship phones will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

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Three chips to boost 4G in India unveiled by Qualcomm

The new mobile platforms also come with Qualcomm AI Engine and Qualcomm Sensing Hub. 

Japan is preparing to launch 6G by 2030

It is believed that the new technology will be 10-times faster than the current 5G

Samsung Galaxy Note10

Samsung Galaxy Note10 light launched in India at a price of 38,999

The device offers a wide 6.7-inch Super AMOLED, edge-to-edge Infinity-O display -- designed to provide a cinematic experience with more screen and less interruptions

Reports: Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with 5X zoom camera

As 5x zoom cameras have become more popular in future premium phones, the manufacturer predicts a growth in demand and revenue

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Samsung to launch Galaxy Z Flip at a starting price of $860?

The pricing is significantly lower than the $1,500 (Rs 1,06,612 approximately) price tag of the Motorola Razr

Used smartphones are preferred by individuals and companies

206mn units likely to have hit the global used smartphone market in 2019

This is an increase of 17.6 per cent over the 175.8 million units shipped in 2018