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Recent leaks have revealed a dedicated button for Bixby and seem like the South Korean giant has confirmed it itself on its official Italian website.
Both the companies are secretly working together on an affordable smartphone that will work exclusively with Jio’s 4G network.
At the roundtable discussion during the Mobile World Congress, Google’s senior vice president of hardware - Rick Osterloh confirmed that the company is certainly working on the successor.
As a result, Mi 6 which was earlier rumoured to debut at the MWC 2017 is now rumoured to launch later in the year.
In order to spice up the competition against the likes of Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone, state-owned BSNL has now introduced some exciting new prepaid offers for its customers.
Further, Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer has also resigned from the company.
Apple might release three iPhone devices next year with two of them coming in at 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen variants and one with a 5-inch screen size.
Samsung is planning to come up with a 'Galaxy S8 Plus' variant along with a standard 5-inch version just like its predecessor, the Galaxy S7.
While almost all the mobile manufacturers have included the Dual SIM functionality somewhere down the line, Apple is one of the few firms which are yet to enter the Dual SIM game.
The new additions join the thousands of stickers, frames, masks and other effects to spice up your plain text messages.
According to a new rumour, the company might incorporate the Bluetooth 5.0 technology in its next flagship device along with an optical fingerprint sensor.
Apple had introduced its new wireless AirPods at the time of iPhone launch and was supposed to start its shipping in the month of October.
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Lenovo Vibe P2 was earlier spotted at the IFA 2016 and leaked images of Moto M have regularly flooded online space.