The week was full of important smartphone launches in India.
HUAWEI consistently shows it cares more about customer satisfaction than other brands, now offering special guarantee conditions with the HUAWEI Mate20 to make it even more attractive and tailored to consumer interests.
The phone is priced at Rs. 69,990 (~$998) for the 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage model and comes in two color options - Emerald Green and Twilight.
Two Marine Corps Aircraft Crash Off Japan, Fate Of Those Onboard Unknown
U.S. media say the two planes crashed during midair refuelling but this has not been officially confirmed. The Marines' statement also indicates that Japanese planes have joined in the search efforts.
Sri Lanka’s ousted prime minister likens president to Hitler
After Rajapakse lost his first no-trust vote on November 14, the speaker declared that the country was left without a government. Sirisena had complained about sharp political differences with Wickremesinghe.
Kuo: AirPods with New Design Coming in 2020
He also added that AirPods may be Apple's most popular accessory ever, and he forecasted huge sales growth for the product. The report reveals that the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has spilled some information about the upcoming AirPods.
The immediate point of interest to note from the poster is the small circular hole on the front display screen that could be housing the selfie camera. Huawei has already confirmed that it will have more news on December 3. This phone is armed with three LEICA rear cameras - 40MP with f/1.8 aperture, second camera of 8MP with 3x telephoto sensor, OIS and f/2.4 aperture and third camera of 20MP with ultra-wide sensor and f/2.2 aperture. Huawei has also confirmed that this nearly bezel-less device will launch on December 17 in China. That battery will not be removable, but it will support fast charging, though Huawei probably won't include wireless charging in this smartphone, at least that's what's expected.
It remains to be seen when Samsung will release a phone of their own with this display type but this may spur them onto announcing it sooner. The Nova 4 is garnering attention in part because it replaces the traditional bezel and, more recently, the notched design that has become popular, with a circular cut-out for the front-facing camera.