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Apple iPhone 11: Five reasons why you should wait for iPhone 2020 smartphones

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Apple will introduce three new iPhones at its Special Event on September 10. The latest iPhone 11 lineup is set to come with some important updates including a faster processor, better cameras, and new software features.

Even though there will be some big changes, such as triple-rear cameras, iPhone 11 series is most likely to retain a lot of features from the predecessors, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. The upcoming features may sound like a big upgrade for users with older generation iPhone users, but for iPhone X and above users, iPhone 2019 may not have a lot to offer.

If you’re looking to buy the new iPhone 11 series, here are five key things you should consider:

Better displays and design

Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are likely to come with the same screen size as the current iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max smartphones. The 2020 iPhones, however, are reportedly going to offer a more compact form factor. According to reports, all three iPhones launching next year will come with OLED screens. Currently, Apple offers one LCD model (iPhone XR) and two OLED models (iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max). The screen refresh rate will also be improved to switchable 60Hz/120Hz refresh rate. Apple is said to be working with LG and Samsung to deliver quick and ultra-smooth displays next year.

5G compatibility

Don’t want your iPhone to get obsolete in less than two years? 5G has begun rolling out in the US and Europe. Samsung, Xiaomi and Huawei have already introduced 5G compatible smartphones this year. Apple is going to miss the 5G mobile race this year following its dispute (now resolved) with Qualcomm. Apple had to work with Intel for the 5G mobile chip but evidently has failed to build one before the iPhone 11 launch. While Apple is going to source Qualcomm chips for some more years, it’s now looking to build own 5G chips. High speed 5G is going to be a big miss on Apple’s iPhone 11.

3D Camera

We already know that Apple is going to bring major camera upgrades this year. The OLED iPhone 11 models will have triple-rear cameras including a wide-angle sensor. The iPhone XR2 aka iPhone 11 will also come with dual-rear cameras. Even though it seems a big upgrade over the predecessor, Apple is stepping up the camera game with its 2020 models. According to reports, at least two Apple iPhone 2020 models will come with a dedicated 3D depth sensor. The company is said to be working with Sony which has already increased the production of next-generation 3D sensors

Return of Touch ID

One of the biggest features expected on the Apple iPhone 2020 is the Touch ID. Next year’s Apple iPhone models will come will full-screen Touch ID allowing users to unlock the phone by tapping on any part of the screen. This will be a big improvement over the current in-display fingerprint sensors found on modern iPhones.

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Apple iPhone 2020 is expected to run on a more powerful A13 chipset. According to reports, chipset partner TSMC is working on 5nm processor, much more compact than the current A13 7m processors. The smartphone is likely to run on a more efficient, A14 processor.

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OnePlus 7 and other smart devices you can buy at iPhone 11’s price in India

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Apple’s new iPhones are here and so are the good old kidney jokes. Apple seems to have learned its lesson about the pricing and has launched iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max at the same price as the last year’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

For the iPhone XR successor, Apple has launched iPhone 11 at a lower launch price. This, however, hasn’t stopped the memes from flooding the internet. Just for the kicks, let’s check out what smart gadgets you can buy at iPhone 11’s price in India.

Total budget: Rs 64,900

OnePlus 7

Price: Rs 32,999

OnePlus 7 is one of the best affordable premium smartphones you can buy. The smartphone comes with Qualcomm’s top-end Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The smartphone has a 6.41-inch display with full HD+ resolution and in-screen fingerprint sensor. OnePlus 7 comes with dual-rear cameras including 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor and 5-megapixel secondary sensor. It comes with a 3,700mAh battery.

Remaining budget: Rs 31,901

Shinco 32-inch HD TV

Price: Rs 8,999

Shinco Smart LED TV SO32AS comes with 32-inch HD ready display with a 178-degree viewing angle. The smart TV runs on Android and supports OTT platforms. The TV has 3 HDMI ports, 2USB ports, 20W sound output, quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, and 8GB ROM. The product has 4.3 ratings out of 5 on Amazon India.

Remaining budget: Rs 22,902

Amazon Echo Show 5

Price: Rs 8,999

Amazon recently launched Echo Show 5 in India. It’s a smart speaker with a 5.5-inch display. The smart home speaker comes with HD camera, hands-free video calling, built-in shutter, MediaTek processor, and a 1.65-inch built-in speaker. It also supports a 3.5 mm stereo audio output for external speakers. Echo Show 5 is also Amazon’s cheapest smart speaker with display in India.

Remaining budget: Rs 13,903

Amazon Fire TV Stick

Price: Rs 3,999

Don’t have a smart TV? Amazon’s Fire TV stick is the easiest way you can convert any modern TV into a smart TV. Amazon Fire TV stick brings to access to all major OTT platforms such as Netflix, JioSaavn, and Hotstar to your big screen. Amazon Fire TV also supports YouTube application. The latest Fire TV stick remote comes with Alexa voice remote as well.

Remaining budget: Rs 9,904

Tile tracker

Price: Rs 2,499

Always forget where did you keep your wallet or keys? You can consider using Tile, a Bluetooth-based tracking device that allows you to locate your everyday item through an application. You can also use the device to ping your smartphone. The Tile tracking device has a range of 45 meters. The device is quite easy to use.

Remaining budget: Rs 7,405

Xiaomi Mi Band 3

Price: Rs 1,999

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 is one of the most popular fitness bands in India. The device comes with a heart rate sensor, a 3-axis accelerometer along with other fitness-focused sensors. It’s compatible with devices with Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 4.4 or iOS 9.0 or higher. Other key features of Xiaomi Mi Band 3 include 0.78 inch OLED display and 110mAh battery.

Remaining budget: Rs 5,406

Xiaomi Mi Home Security

Price: Rs 2,699

Xiaomi Mi Home Security is a portable smart home security camera. It comes with a 360-degree rotating camera module and supports Talkback. It also allows you to watch the stream at 1080p resolution on your Mi Home app. Other key features of Mi Home Security include Infrared Night Vision, motion detector, and compatibility with Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant.

Remaining budget Rs 2,707

Reliance Jio Fiber installation fee

Price: Rs 2,500

Reliance Jio Fiber is now available for everyone in India. Users can get a new Reliance Jio Fiber connection for Rs 2,500. The installation fee includes a security deposit of Rs 1,500 and a non-refundable installation charge of Rs 1,000. The monthly base plan for Reliance Jio Fiber starts at Rs 699.

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6 Best Smartphones To Buy Within ₹20,000 If You Are Looking For An Upgrade

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There are a wide range of smartphones available in the market at different prices but, having so many options in front of us to choose from, can sometimes become overwhelming. And, in case, you are looking for an upgrade within a budget of ₹20,000, here are some of the options that you can look. You’re welcome. 

1. Xiaomi Poco F1
Price: ₹19,999

If you are a performance enthusiast then, this smartphone is for you. It comes with 6.18 inch notched display, dual camera with 12 MP and 5 MP sensor that does its job well. It has a high-end processor that makes multi-tasking easy. In terms of the design, it is quite average looking but, it definitely is the fastest one that you will find in this budget. Trust me on that.

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2. Nokia 7.1
Price: ₹18,950

If good looks is what you prioritize the most then look no further than the Nokia 7.1. This gorgeous looking phone comes with glass design and HDR screen display which offers amazing contrast. The processor is fast and it comes with 64 GB expandable storage which is great. It also comes with 12 MP and 5 MP rear cameras and 8 MP front camera that enables you to take clear images. What more do you need

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3. Realme 2 Pro
Price: ₹16,860

Okay, this smartphone is a combination of style and performance. It has a strong processor that enables you to multi-task hassle free and it comes with a bright display screen with a tiny dewdrop notch that really looks immersive. Here’s a fun fact. This is the only phone in this segment that offers 8 gigabyte of memory which is exceptionally good. Apart from that, it comes with 128 GB storage and 16 MP and 2 MP dual rear camera and a front camera of 16 MP units for taking selfie.

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4. Moto One Power
Price: ₹14,999

Firstly, this is Moto’s first Android One phone that is here to stay. It performs the basics just right which means, it has a smooth, reliable processor and a massive battery life. It comes with 16 MP and 5 MP dual rear cameras and 12 MP front camera that enables you to take impressive portrait shots. It comes with a 6.2 inch display screen and in terms, of the looks and design, it is average but that shouldn’t stop you from investing in this smartphone

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5. Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2
Price: ₹11,999

The ZenFone Max Pro M2 by Asus is an upgraded version of the Max Pro M1. It comes with premium glass design, 6.2 inch notch display screen and a massive battery life. Even in terms of the looks and design, it doesn’t fail to impress. The processor is fast which enables you to multi-task without any hiccups. It also offers 12 MP and 5 MP dual rear camera with a 13 MP front camera that we have no complaints about. This is one of the best handsets you can buy in this budge

6. Oppo K1
Price: ₹16,490

This smartphone stands out from the crowd as it one of the most affordable handset that comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor. That’s not all. It has a fast,high-end processor and 6.4 inch AMOLED display screen with a waterdrop notch for an immersive viewing experience. This phone is apt for selfie enthusiasts as it comes with a 25 MP front camera and 16 MP and 2 MP dual rear cameras. Need I say more?

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Foldable iPad Concept Renders Show Us What Apple’s Next Big Thing May Be

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Highlights

  • Samsung has reportedly given foldable display samples to Apple
  • Apple could be experimenting with new form-factors for future products
  • A render now shows us what a foldable iPad could look like

After the dust settled on the madness that was MWC 2019, we now have a better picture of the next big trend in the mobile space — the foldable phone. This doesn’t seem like something that will fade away next year, but it could very well be a taste of what smartphones would eventually evolve into in the near future. But why stop at just phones? Wouldn’t it be great if something like the 12.9-inch iPad Pro could be folded down to half its size, for better portability?

A render from Dutch technology website LetsGoDigital, shows us what a foldable Apple tablet could eventually look like, when and if it ever launches. While it’s pure speculation at this point that Apple is thinking of making a foldable iPad, the company could be experimenting with a foldable display product for a future release. The render looks interesting and would definitely make portability of the bigger iPad Pros, a lot easier. However, when folded, it doesn’t seem like it would as slim as the height of a normal iPad, which is a design area we don’t see Apple compromising on any time soon.

Only recently, it was reported that Samsung has sent samples of its foldable display technology to competitors such as Apple and Google. These samples were reported to measure 7.2 inches, which is only slightly smaller than the panel used in Samsung’s newest Galaxy Fold smartphone.

Apple currently already uses OLED panels for its iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max from Samsung Display, so it’s no surprise that Apple is seemingly prototyping some sort of foldable product, using Samsung’s panel. The previous report also stated that Samsung is able to produce around 2.4 million foldable displays per year, which it’s planning on ramping up to 10 million.

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