Design-wise, the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition is more like a regular phone and less like the other gaming phones that have striking designs and are generally thicker. The phone also comes with IP53 dust and water resistance.
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BYJU'S teams up with Google
This partnership brings together the simplicity, flexibility and security of Google Workspace for Education and Byju’s content pedagogy on the Vidyartha platform to aid effective learning at school
Oppo sets up Camera Innovation Lab in India
The laboratory at its R&D centre in Hyderabad will focus on building new solutions to resolve issues such as night videography, different surrounding light and light temperatures, and more
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Displays in Demand
Given the manufacturing plans for mobile phones, TV, and IT hardware products, the Indian market demand for displays over the next five years is projected to be a cumulative $60 bn between 2021 and 2025, as per ICEA
CIRCULAR ECONOMY: MeitY proposes to replace linear system in electronics manufacturing
Circular economy as a concept has been gaining ground globally. It uses a superior methodology of extracting the maximum value of electrical and electronic products by reusing, repairing, recovering, re-manufacturing and regenerating products and materials at the end of each service value, instead of simply extracting materials
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MediaTek Dimensity 900 5G Chipset to Power Mid-Range Smartphones
The devices using this SoC are expected to arrive in the second quarter of 2021
“Our Instax cameras have played a key role to advance the culture of photography in India”
When it comes to creating memories in a snap, Instax, from the house of Fujifilm, is a name to reckon with. Instax cameras are all about capturing moments and getting a physical souvenir in hand instantly to keep forever. Kunal Girotra, National Business Manager - Instax, Fujifilm India, shares with Ramesh Kumar Raja the value proposition of the brand in the age of selfies and smartphone cameras. Excerpts:
“The understanding of Indian market is pTron's biggest strength”
There is no looking back for pTron in India ever since it came into being in 2014. The domestic brand has evolved over the years and diversified its product portfolio to gain a strong foothold in the mobile accessories market. The company aims to make technology affordable and accessible to all, even as consumers have always seen it as a value for money brand. Ramesh Kumar Raja talked to Ameen Khwaja, Founder and CEO, pTron, to discuss the brand’s positioning and offerings in India, besides its strategy to be a prominent player in the given space. Excerpts:
Wearables Continue Their Rising Trends In India
The strong momentum in the watch and earwear categories led to the highest ever first-quarter shipments in India, finds a study
2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing Bombastic fantastic.
Mirza Grebovic’s eyes light up when he talks about brake pad compounds. He’s Cadillac’s performance variant manager, and his passion clearly goes beyond the paycheck.
THE GIULIA QUADRIFOGLIO AND M3 COMPETITION FACE OFF TO IDENTIFY THE ULTIMATE CHAMP
SEEKING THE COMPACT CROWN
HONDA’S CR-V HAS REIGNED SUPREME. CAN TOYOTA, NISSAN, OR HYUNDAI LEAD AN SUV REVOLUTION?
2022 Mercedes-EQ EQS
Look elsewhere for a Tesla competitor.
2022 Ford Maverick
Small truck, small price, big mpg.
THE REAL DEAL
FORD’S LONG-AWAITED BRONCO IS ABSOLUTELY LEGIT
2022 Porsche 911 GT3
There’s so much more to the new GT3 than its raw speed.
DIDN'T SEE (OR HEAR) IT COMING
THE PLUG-IN FERRARI SF90 STRADALE RADICALLY REDEFINES THE HYPERCAR
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WORLD BEATER: Those still underestimating Hyundai-Kia do so at their own peril.
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