This undeniably beautiful phone may not be the only one with slim bezels, but it's certainly aspirational.
The phone will be available in two variants a 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and a 3GB RAM + 32GB storage from Rs 10,999 onwards.
The cases ship directly from the EU and you don't have to pay Dutch VAT — only shipping of about Rs 600.
The initial offer period on Amazon India gets you a massive 30% discount off the regular price.
Audio-Technica QuietPoint ANC40BT are a welcome break from the large active noise cancelling headphones
The tiny and lightweight earphones have a built-in battery and microphones that monitor ambient sounds.
While the Nokia 8 is a flagship device, the design is far too similar to their own mid-range offering, the Nokia 6.
The Rs 4,499 Echo Dot can be bought for Rs 3,149, the Rs 9,999 Echo can be bought for Rs 6,999 and the Rs 14,999 Echo Plus can be bought for Rs 10,499.
iPhone X will be launched in two variants (64 and 256GB) and in two colours (space grey & silver). Prices are Rs 89,000 for the 64GB & Rs 1,02,000 for the 256GB.
RNI (Really Nice Images) Films also makes presets for Lightroom and Photoshop.
Audio-Technica’s headphones have effective noise cancelling powered by a single AAA battery (each one should last about 40 hours).
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