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June 18, 2018

WhatsApp Payments coming soon
WhatsApp has been testing its Payments service extensively in India. The company has made special provisions with the Indian Government and various banks to make the transactions as seamless as possible. According to a report by PTI, around 1 million people are testing the new service in India. WhatsApp Payments has been in the testing phase for a few months now. The report suggests that the Payments service will begin in the next few weeks. "Today, almost one million people are testing WhatsApp payments in India. The feedback has been very positive, and people enjoy the convenience of sending money as simple and securely as sending messages," a WhatsApp spokesperson told PTI. The spokesperson goes on to say that the company is working closely with the National Payments Corporation of India and multiple banks to increase the number of digital transactions in India.

Oppo Realme 1 gets a new 4GB RAM 64GB storage variant
Oppo Realme 1 was launched last month. For a new sub-brand, the company made quite the entrance. The main reason behind that was the price to specifications ratio that the phone is offering. Now, the company has added to the variants by introducing a new 4GB RAM version of the phone. The new variant will go on its first sale in India today. The device is priced at Rs 10,990 and will feature 64GB of internal storage. The phone is exclusively available on Amazon India. Realme is also selling two other variants, one with 3GB RAM  and 32GB storage that is priced at Rs 8,990 and another with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage at Rs 13,990. All three variants are available in Silver, Diamond Black and Solar Red colours.

Samsung foldable phone spotted, but after cancellation
Samsung's foldable phone under project valley was spotted by folks at Slashleaks. The South Korean tech giant started working on the device back in 2015. The phone had specifications similar to the Galaxy S6. On the design front, it looked like two smartphones ploncked together, which are attached by a hinge. We expect Samsung to launch a more refined version of the device by the end of next year.

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