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Tech Podcast: Android P has been officially christened as Android Pie

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August 7, 2018

Xiaomi Mi A2 to go on sale in India via Amazon

Xiaomi will finally take the wraps off Mi A2 in India. The smartphone comes with the combination of Xiaomi's hardware and Google's unadulterated Android One. The new device comes an impressive set of cameras both in the front and rear. The front panel sports a 20 megapixel sensor and the primary camera comes with a dual-lens setup with one 12 megapixel sensor and another 20 megapixel sensor.
Xiaomi Mi A2 will sell exclusively via Amazon India's website and is expected to be priced around Rs 20,000 for the base variant.

Android P has been officially christened as Android Pie

Five months after the launch of Android P, the new operating system has been finally made official as Android Pie. The stable build of the operating system is available to Pixel devices and is expected to make it to other phones running on Android P Program and Android One.
Pie is one of the biggest Android updates Google has ever released. The operating system uses AI heavily and comes with an all-new navigation system that has become necessary after the advent of bezel-less screens. Another major development is the inclusion of Digital Wellbeing. For the first time since smartphone technology has caught up with the world, manufacturers and developers have realised the importance of cutting off from notifications and social media.

Vivo offering Nex worth Rs 47,990 at Rs 1,947 as part of a flash sale

Xiaomi started selling their smartphones and other products on their own e-commerce website in India and managed to become the third biggest smartphone seller in the online space. Vivo took the hint and started their own e-commerce platform called Vivo e-store in January this year. To build traction on their website, Vivo is now conducting a sale to celebrate India's Independence Day.
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