If you 're an avid Android user or a developer then you should probably know about the Rooting an Android smartphone. By rooting the device, the user can access admin access over the system files and settings. Therefore, installing any mod file, doing customizations with the system will become easy. We already know that Google ''s Android OS is highly customizable and easy to use based on Linux. Additionally, without rooting your device, you can tweak your Android device system up to some extent which will be quite limited. But rooting your smartphone is similar to the jailbreaking to your system limitations. Here in this guide, we will provide you an easy method to root Redmi Note 8T using Magisk without TWRP.
Vivo S1 Pro launch date reveal, Oppo Reno 3 series launch, the news of Redmi Note 8 duo going on open sale in India were the biggest tech stories in a week that was pretty light on news. Also, in our last weekend wrap of this year, we talk about Vivo Y11 (2019) launch in India, Realme''s 2020 device plans, and Jio 2020 Happy New Year Offer. We have also published over a dozen features this week taking a look at the happening in the world of tech in 2019 and this decade. The year enders and decade enders aside, read on for more on what happened this week in tech.Vivo has revealed that it will launch the Vivo S1 Pro next week in the country. Amazon India also published a teaser page for the smartphone on its platform that offers a few details about the phone, in turn indicating that we are going to see the same Vivo S1 Pro variant that was released in Philippines and not the one that was launched in the company''s home market of China. Part of the company''s style focussed S series, the S1 Pro will be the second phone in the lineup in the country.
Just after the launch of the Realme XT, Chinese smartphone maker Realme announced that it was working on a more powerful version called the Realme XT 730G. When the device was finally launched in India this week, it had been renamed to Realme X2. This new smartphone not only packs a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC, but also has a quad camera setup at the back.Realme is positioning this phone against its closest competitor Xiaomi''s Redmi Note 8 Pro. This phone also packs in powerful hardware and four rear cameras, and has proven to be extremely popular. So which one should you put your money on? We put the Realme X2 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro in a head to head comparison to find out.
Redmi Note 8 and Redmi 8 phones will go on sale in India today. Both the phones will be put for sales at 12pm (noon). The Redmi Note 8 will be available via Amazon, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores, whereas the Redmi 8 will be offered through Flipkart, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores. For those who wish to buy the Redmi Note 8 Pro, the phone will go on sale on Wednesday i.e. December 11. The Redmi Note 8 key highlights include waterdrop style notch, Snapdragon 665 SoC, 4,000mAh battery, and a quad rear camera setup. Redmi 8 key features include 5,000mAh battery, Snapdragon 439 SoC, and a dual rear camera setup.Starting with the Redmi Note 8, the phone is priced in India at Rs. 9,999 for the base 4GB RAM 64GB storage variant, whereas its 6GB RAM 128GB storage option carries a price tag of Rs. 12,999. Both models come in Moonlight White, Neptune Blue, Space Black, and Cosmic Purple colour options. As mentioned, the Redmi Note 8 will go on sale through Amazon, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores at 12pm (noon) IST today.
Xiaomi has today launched the Redmi K30 5G and its 4G variant in China, and is reportedly preparing to bring the standard Redmi K30 with 4G support in India soon. Going by the Redmi K30''s specifications, it will go head to head against the Realme XT 730G aka the Realme X2, which is all set to launch in India on December 17. Interestingly, if one were to convert China price of Redmi K30 in Indian currency, it falls in the same ballpark as Xiaomi''s acclaimed Redmi Note 8 Pro. Here''s how the Redmi K30, Realme X2 and Redmi Note 8 Pro compare in terms of pricing and internal hardware.Redmi K30 has been priced at CNY 1,599 (roughly Rs. 16,100) for the 6GB RAM 64GB storage option, the 6GB RAM 128GB storage options will set buyers back by CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 17,100), the 8GB RAM 128GB storage option costs CNY 1,899 (roughly Rs. 19,100), while the top end 8GB RAM 256GB storage model is priced at CNY 2,199 (roughly Rs. 22,100). It comes in Deep Sea Light, Flower Shadow, Purple Jade Fantasy colour options.
Redmi K30 has been launched as the latest entrant in the Redmi K series that debuted in May. The new Redmi phone is the successor to the Redmi K20 that had a pop up selfie camera module to deliver a full screen experience. It also comes in two distinct variants 4G and 5G. Featuring a 120Hz display, the Redmi K30 is claimed to deliver smooth graphics. The smartphone also flaunts a quad rear camera setup that is designed to capture ultra wide angle and macro shots. Further, the Redmi K30 comes with a 3D curved glass body. The Redmi K30 5G also pack 30W fast charging support.In this article, we compare the Redmi K30 with the Redmi K20 to detail all the key differences between the two phones.
Vivo V17 was launched in India on Monday. The new Vivo phone is designed to attract young smartphone buyers with a hole punch design and a gradient back finish. Vivo has also provided a quad rear camera setup on the V17 that is available on a rectangular module. Further, the Vivo V17 in India distinguishes the experience over what was originally launched in Russia with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC. All this significantly makes the Vivo V17 a strong competitor against the likes of the Realme XT and Redmi K20 that both are among the hot selling smartphones in India right now.Here, we compare the Vivo V17 price and specifications with those of the Realme XT and Redmi K20 to see how the new Vivo phone stacks up with its competitors, at least on paper.
The upcoming Redmi K30 5G is slowly taking shape, as a new report suggests we will get a 120Hz display, a side mounted fingerprint scanner and the new 60MP Sony IMX686 image sensor.
Xiaomi''s Redmi K20 proved to be a successful outing for Xiaomi in terms of shipment figures, but its successor will reportedly pack some notable upgrades. As per strings in the MIUI 11''s code, Redmi K30 will reportedly feature a 120Hz display, a feature that is yet to arrive on a non flagship phone so far. Moreover, the Redmi K30 is also tipped to pack Sony''s 60 megapixel IMX686 sensor. Interestingly, the phone will ditch the in display fingerprint sensor of its predecessor and will reportedly employ a side mounted fingerprint scanner.
Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 8 next sale has been scheduled for tomorrow. Both new Redmi Note series phones will be available for purchase through Amazon.in, Mi.com, and Mi Home Stores in multiple RAM and storage configurations. While the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro comes as a successor to the Redmi Note 7 Pro and sports a quad rear camera setup, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 is the upgrade to the Redmi Note 7 with a triple rear camera setup. The handsets flaunt a waterdrop style display notch. Xiaomi claims the first Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro sales end in a matter of seconds.
Xiaomi has unleashed a whole pack of new Redmi and Redmi Note smartphones over the past month, as the market shows no signs of slowing down. There has so far been no lack of competition for the Chinese giant, but it has managed to keep up. Buyers don''t seem to mind too much, as they're getting more for their money than ever before. The Redmi 8 is the latest iteration of one of Xiaomi''s most affordable models, and so it automatically has a huge potential target audience.With the launch of the Redmi 8, the company has taken a few steps forward in terms of features, while also seeming to regress in one key area the processor. Does this mark a major shift for Xiaomi and a repositioning of a key product, and does it make sense to allocate more of the budget to other things like cameras and battery capacity? It''s time to review the Redmi 8 and find out.
Amazon has reincarnated its Great Indian Festival, just ahead of Diwali, to ring in the festivities with deals and discounts on smartphones, gadgets, large appliances, and more. The new Amazon Great Indian Festival Diwali Special sale will start on Monday, October 21, and go on till Friday, October 25. As the tradition goes, Prime members will get early access starting 12pm (noon) IST on October 20 i.e., tomorrow. The e commerce giant will offer great deals and discounts on smartphones like OnePlus 7T, Samsung Galaxy M30s, Vivo U10, and more. Mobile accessories will start from as low as Rs. 49.For the latest edition of Amazon Great Indian Festival, the site has partnered with Axis Bank and Citi Bank to offer 10 percent instant discount on debit and credit cards of the two banks, and all Rupay cards. The Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 8, launched earlier this week, will go on sale for the first time during the sale. The first sale will be held on October 21 at 12pm (noon) IST. Airtel is offering 1120GB data, unlimited calling, and Airtel Thanks benefits as launch offer.
There is no doubt that the Redmi series from Xiaomi is very popular in India. This series catered only to the low end of the market when it was introduced, but has now expanded wide enough to encompass high end devices at aggressive prices. While it now includes phones like the Redmi K20 Pro (Review), it still caters to budget conscious buyers as well.Dubbed the smart desh ka smartphone the Redmi 7A (Review) had a lot of expectations to shoulder when it was launched three months ago at its rather low Rs. 5,999 price point. Surprisingly, Xiaomi has brought out an update to this smartphone a mere three months after its launch, and has aptly called this new model the Redmi 8A. The new Redmi 8A sports a USB Type C port and packs in a big 5,000mAh battery. Will these impressive specs translate to a high quality usage experience? We put the new Redmi 8A through its paces to find out.
OnePlus 7 will be available at its lowest price during the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale. Amazon listing says that the OnePlus 7 will see "never before offer." Listing some of the highlights, it packs Snapdragon 855 processor and packs a 48 megapixel dual rear camera. It features a 6.4 inch AMOLED display.OnePlus 7 Pro will also see a limited period discount during the sale. The OnePlus 7 Pro, which is retailing at Rs 48,999, will be available at a lower price point. Amazon will be revealing details closer to the sale.iPhone XR received a price cut after the launch of new iPhone 11 series earlier this month, and during the Amazon sale, it will be available at an even lower price point. It was launched with an MRP of Rs 76,900 which saw a drop recently and is now available at Rs 46,900. We can expect further discount during Amazon sale. RELATED NEWS Amazon Great Indian Festival 2019: Mobile offers, deals, and discounts on TVs, and more products Flipkart Big Billion Days: Realme smartphones with up to Rs 2,000 discount, No Cost EMI offer more announced iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Max, Apple Watch Series 5 up for pre orders on Flipkart, Amazon: Discount offers Realme C2 will be available during Flipkart Big Billion Days sale with a limited period discount which will see 32GB storage model available at Rs 5,999 down from Rs 6,999 launch price. It comes with a 4000mAh battery and sports dual rear cameras.Xiaomi Redmi 7A will be available at its lowest price of Rs 4,999 during the Flipkart sale. It was launched at Rs 5,799 in India.Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 will be available at its lowest price during the Flipkart sale. The Galaxy S9 can be bought at Rs 29,999 while the Galaxy S9 at Rs 34,999. Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL will be available at a starting price of Rs 29,999 down from the MRP of Rs 45,000 during the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale.
Vivo V17 Pro was launched in India on Friday. The newest model in the company's V series is designed to attract young consumers with a dual pop up selfie camera. The Vivo V17 Pro also has artificial intelligence (AI) backed quad rear camera setup that works with an upgraded HDR feature. In terms of display, the Vivo phone flaunts a Super AMOLED panel with 20:9 aspect ratio. The Vivo V17 Pro comes in the price bracket that already has the Redmi K20 Pro as a strong contender and recently added the Oppo Reno 2Z as a decent competitor. Both the Oppo Reno 2Z and Redmi K20 Pro have pop up selfie camera modules and gradient back finishes to influence customers.We here compare the price and specifications of the Vivo V17 Pro with those of the Oppo Reno 2Z and Redmi K20 Pro to bring out the best option for you. So let's begin.
The Galaxy A series targets the youth and the latest offering is an upgrade on the Galaxy A50 which was launched earlier this year. Its price starts at Rs 22,999 placing the smartphone in an interesting segment where you don't have too many impressive options. Interestingly, the Indian market offers you several options in both sub Rs 10,000 and sub Rs 20,000 segments but between Rs 20,000 and Rs 30,000, there is not much to choose from with Xiaomi Redmi K20 emerging as the most ideal device over the last few months.
Realme XT is the first phone in the country to offer a 64 megapixel main camera. It has been priced starting at Rs. 15,999, and at that price point it offers a Snapdragon 712 SoC, a quad camera setup and more. The Realme XT will compete with the Redmi Note 8 Pro, which is set to launch in India soon. The Redmi Note 8 Pro has already been launched in China last month, and at the event the company confirmed that the phone will arrive in roughly eight weeks.We pit the newly launched Realme XT against the Redmi Note 8 Pro, to highlight how the two phones stack up with each other, on paper.
Xiaomi has just launched the latest smartphone in its Redmi Note series, the Redmi Note 6 Pro. The device is going on sale on Mi.com, Flipkart, and Mi Home Stores. Read the first impressions of the device here: bit.ly/2Bre5R1
Xiaomi has launched the Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro in China. Now, it comes as no surprise that both the phones will be making their way to India. Soon after the China launch event, Xiaomi's India head Manu Kumar Jain stated that the phones will launch in India soon. Jain took to Twitter to note that the phones need to undergo testing and certification before they can be launched in the country. He gave a rough timeline of eight weeks, suggesting a near two month wait. To recall, the Redmi Note 7 Pro was launched in India first, and was then launched in China a few weeks later.