The smartphone, to be unveiled in the first week of July, may cost Rs 15,000 for the 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage variant, industry sources told IANS on Thursday. The company is also likely to announce some cashback offers as well.
The company could also debut "Chat over Video" feature with the Galaxy "On6".
"Chat over Video" feature enables uninterrupted viewing experience, thus, allowing users chat without interrupting their video viewing.
The device will run Samsung's Exynos processor.
In January, Samsung India launched "Galaxy On7 Prime" with a "Make for India" feature named Samsung Mall.
Making use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Samsung Mall does all the smart work and finds out the product within seconds.
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Samsung S9 And S9+22 Feb, 2018This is probably the biggest announcement to look forward to next week. From all the various leaks, it is more or less confirmed that the S9 and S9 Plus will look nearly identical to the outgoing Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus front the front. Around the back, the camera and fingerprint scanner setup is getting an ergonomic re-work (we’re yet to meet anyone who actually likes the off placement of fingerprint scanner on the S8 and Note 8). The camera is also expected to get a big update – setting the bar for this year with a new dual camera and improved sensors compared to the Galaxy Note 8. Hardware will most likely be an upgrade to the latest Qualcomm/Exynos processor, 4 or 6GB RAM and 128 or 256GB storage. Battery size will most likely be unchanged even though the overall size is expected to be more compact. All other flagship features such as IP68 water proofing, 3.5mm jack, super amoled display, expandable storage, dual SIM slots and wireless charging will be retained in our opinion.
Sony Xperia22 Feb, 2018Sony also has a confirmed event at MWC 2018 this year but there have been no leaks about what could be coming. We’re hoping that they will showcase a successor to Sony’s 4k screen offering, Xperia XZ Premium (which is now almost a year old). It might be called Xperia XZ2 Pro and in all likelihood will have the latest Snapdragon 845 paired with 6GB RAM, 64/128GB storage options, IP68 waterproof, wireless charging and dual cameras. There might also be an Xperia XZ2 Compact with the same specs. Also, it’s high time that Sony updates the Xperia line with an 18:9 display — the designs seem to have stagnated for the past couple of years. A recent teaser from Sony also hints at a waveform design — this would be a welcome change from the boring rectangular slabs Sony has been with on smartphones. (Image: Twitter/GizmoChina)
Moto G6 Range22 Feb, 2018Motorola does not have an official event lined up at MWC but the company is rumored to launch new phones from the G series of smartphones; G6, G6 Play & G6 Pus. Some details have been leaked for these upcoming devices and the one major change is the use of 18:9 aspect ratio displays across all variants (screen sizes vary from 5.7-inch to 6-inch). The other major change in the new range (if the leaks are to be believed) is that all of them will have dual rear cameras and rear fingerprint scanners. Hardware specifications include Snapdragon processors, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage and 3,000mAh or above batteries. (Image: Twitter/@AndroidAuth)
Nokia 7 Plus22 Feb, 2018Nokia’s next mid-range phone will probably be their first phone with an 18:9 aspect ratio display – keeping up with current trends, so to speak. There are not many details available for the Nokia 7 Plus but going by the company’s track record, the phone will have a stock version of Android (probably Android One). Also, since the front has a 18:9 screen, the fingerprint is expected be moved to the back under the dual camera setup. Since it is likely the upgraded variant of the Nokia 7 (launched only in China), we expect the specifications should include a Snapdragon 600 series processor with 4 or 6GB RAM. Nokia might also launch a budget smartphone called the Nokia 4, powered by a Snapdragon 450 processor. And we might also get to see the entry-level Nokia 1 smartphone for emerging markets (with 4.5-inch LCD, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM and 8GB storage). (Image: Twitter/@AndroidAuth)
Huawei P2022 Feb, 2018At MWC 2018, Huawei is expected to launch the successor of its P10 device that was announced at MWC 2017. The P series of phones from Huawei are the top-of-the-line offerings for photography enthusiasts. This is important because the P20 might be the first phone ever with a triple rear camera. But why three lens you ask? Typically, dual cameras have been used for portrait/bokeh modes, monochrome photos or wide angle. In this case, one lens might be monochrome, one will be color and the third will exclusively do depth sensing. Other rumors around the P20 include an OLED display with iPhone X-style notch, Huawei’s own Kirin 970 processor and AI capabilities similar to the Honor View 10. P20 might also feature the facial recognition module it showcased a few months ago. Rather than just relying on a front camera, Huawei’s system uses a system of sensors and the company claims it will be superior to Apple’s trueDepth system on the iPhone X. (Image: Androidauthority) *All images are based on leaks. Next
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