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Smartphones have become a vital part of life for most of us. We spend most of our day with a smartphone even more than what we devote to our loved ones. But what makes them important for us? Is it the mobility that we get from them? Or is it the smartness that they provide to us while on the move? Well, answers to such questions depend on how you use the smartphones. But one thing is quite clear that smartphones have evolved a lot from what we had in the past. They've got new designs, vivid display panels, multiple cameras, and more powerful processors than workstations of yesterday. But which were the best smartphones of the decade past?Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC, and Nokia were the initial smartphone companies that set some benchmarks for young contenders such as OnePlus, Vivo, and Xiaomi. Chipmakers largely including Qualcomm and MediaTek have also helped the market grow faster than ever predicted with processors supporting newer tasks and enhanced performance experiences. Both Apple and Google have also significantly improved their respective mobile operating systems, iOS and Android, which are running on all smartphones nowadays.
Nokia 6 launched in January 2017. Are you looking to install the stable version of Android 8.1 Oreo on Nokia 6? then you are at the right place. Today we will guide you on how to install Android 8.1 Oreo on Nokia 6 smartphone.
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At the time, Google said Ambient Mode was coming to the Lenovo Smart Tab M8 HD and Smart Tab tablets, as well as the Nokia 7.2 and 6.2 phones. According to the Verge, it 'll also come to Sony, Nokia, Transsion and Xiaomi phones, though Google ''s own Pixels aren ''t on the company ''s list yet.
Today we will guide you on how to install the Lineage OS 17 on Nokia 7 Plus (codenamed: b2n sprout) device by following our guide. To install this, you need to unlock the bootloader and install the latest TWRP Recovery on your device. Well, Nokia 7 Plus was launched in the year 2018 which came out of the box with Android 8.1 Oreo and later upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie.
HMD Global unveiled a host of phones at the IFA 2019 month. While the Nokia 2720 Flip was in the limelight for its nostalgia inducing flip phone design, the Nokia 7.2 was the one that captured most of our attention. It is among the first Nokia branded phones in India to pack three rear cameras, and flaunts a premium new design.The Nokia 7.2 brings numerous meaningful upgrades over its predecessor the Nokia 7.1 (Review) in terms of camera hardware, display quality, battery capacity, and processing power. These are all noteworthy, but at a starting price of Rs. 18,599, the new Nokia 7.2 goes up against some very capable new smartphones as well as a few of last year's budget flagships. Is the Nokia 7.2 up to the challenge? Dive right into our review to find out.
Microsoft becomes the second major corporation to set aside its own software to jump on the Android bandwagon. A few years ago, BlackBerry (BB), shifted from its own mobile operating system to making Android phones. BlackBerry dominated the smartphone market for years before Samsung and Apple raced ahead of it.BlackBerry no longer makes phones directly. It struck a deal with Chinese company TCL Communication Technology to make and sell smartphones under its brand. Nokia (NOK) has a similar arrangement with HMD Global.
HMD Global has started rolling out an update with September Android Security Patch to Nokia 2.1 in India. The company rolled out August Android Security Patch update last month. Earlier in February this year, Nokia 2.1 received Android Pie (Go Edition) update.
However, the beta participants who are still on Android 10 Beta 3 will have to either downgrade to the stable Android 9 version or update to the Android 10 Beta 3 version.The official email sent to the Dev Preview participants reads:
Nokia 7.2 has gone on sale in India today, after being launched last week. The smartphone was unveiled at HMD Global's first IFA event earlier this month. The Nokia 7.2 is an Android One smartphone, which means its Google certified to feature an optimised interface, and has receive timely updates. The smartphone will features a 48 megapixel primary sensor in its triple rear camera setup, while another highlight is its 6.3 inch PureDisplay HDR display tech. The Nokia 7.2 comes with up to 6GB of RAM, and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC. Read on for more details about the Nokia 7.2 price in India, sale offers. and specifications.The Nokia 7.2 price in India starts at Rs. 18,599 for the 4GB 64GB variant, going up to Rs. 19,599 for its 6GB 64GB variant. It is available to buy via Flipkart and the Nokia India online store, in Charcoal and Cyan Green colour options. It will also be made available via offline stores.
Samsung Galaxy M30s was launched in India on Wednesday, arguably the most notable smartphone launch on the week. The successor to the Samsung M30 was launched alongside the Galaxy M10s in India. Another big piece of news was the iPhone 11 series going up for pre orders in the country, and various discounts being offered with them. Meanwhile, there were three other smartphone launches in India this week, namely the Vivo V17 Pro, the Nokia 7.2, and the Moto E6s, each of which targets a different price segment in the market. Search giant Google also made a bunch of announcements at its Google for India event. Read on for more details about these and other top news stories of the week.As we mentioned, Samsung India this week launched the successors to the Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M10 called the Galaxy M30s and Galaxy M10s respectively. To recall, the Galaxy M series was described as an India first series when it was launched in the beginning of this year, so it comes as no surprise that these models were first unveiled in India. Highlights of the two new smartphones include multi rear camera setups, large batteries, and Super AMOLED displays.
Did you know that Android takes up almost 75% of the market share of all mobile operating systems? In contrast, iOS comes in with around 22.74%. The versatility and customization of Android make it attractive to both power users and people who just want a cost effective smartphone as their daily driver. But having an Android device doesn t always mean you ll get the best of Android.
At IFA 2019, Google took centre stage to make a slew of announcements surrounding the Google Assistant. This includes a new Ambient Mode that essentially transforms Android devices into smart displays. It is also set to bring the ability to make video and voice calls via WhatsApp, a feature that will be welcome in countries like India where the messaging app is very popular. Google Assistant is coming to a wide range of new voice activated speakers, soundbars, headphones, and a host of Android TV sets as well.The tech giant has introduced a new Ambient Mode in Google Assistant that essentially offers a new visual overview that makes it easier to see notifications and reminders, start a playlist and control smart home devices on the lock screen of your device. When on standby, the screen will turn into a personal digital photo frame linked to your Google Photos account. Google says that Ambient Mode will first be available on the upcoming Lenovo Smart Tab M8 (when placed in its smart charging station) and Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab (when you pop out its kickstand), as well as the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 when they are kept on charge.
Alongside the launch of Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2, HMD Global has also launched three new feature phones at the pre IFA 2019 event. The Nokia 110 (2019), Nokia 800 Tough, and Nokia 2720 Flip feature phones have been announced catering to different needs and at different price points. The launch of three new products in the feature phone segment reinstates faith that there is still a market for these basic functional mobile devices. The Nokia 800 Tough's big USP is its resistance to water, dust, accidental drops, and extreme temperatures. The Nokia 2720 Flip, on the other hand, offers a clamshell like open and shut body for those who prefer them, and the Nokia 110 (2019) is essentially a revamped version of the Nokia 110 launched in 2012.The Nokia 800 Tough is priced at EUR 109 (roughly Rs. 8,600) and will be available starting October. The phone has been launched in Dark Steel and Desert Sand colour options.
What to expect from the likes of Nokia, Samsung and Huawei
What to expect from the likes of Nokia, Samsung and Huawei