OPPO F5 with full-screen display India launch set for November 2

Oppo has already sent out invites for OPPO F5 launch on October 26th. The event will take place in the Philippines and will seemingly see the arrival of an OPPO’s first full-screen smartphone with 2160 x 1080 resolution and “A.I. Beauty Recognition Technology.”

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Motorola Moto X4 launching in India on October 3

Motorola Moto X4 has gained immense popularity these days, thanks to the leaks about Google and Lenovo launching Android One-branded Moto X4. Additionally, previous rumours have also suggested that the Moto X4 will soon be available on Project Fi, which would be a big deal for a couple of obvious reasons.

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Huawei announces Kirin 970 Octa-core SoC with hardware level AI capabilities

Huawei has officially announced Kirin 970 SoC at IFA 2017. It is Huawei’s next generation System-On-Chip to power its next generation flagship devices. The SoC is expected to power Mate 10 series of smartphones, which are scheduled to be launched on October 16th at an event in Munich, Germany.

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Apple’s iPhone 8 keynote is set for September 12

After months of rumours and leaks, Apple finally sent out media invites to its special launch event earlier today. The magical event will be taking place on September 12 at 10 AM PDT. It will be held at the Steve Jobs Theatre at the company’s new Space Ship campus (Apple Park) in Cupertino, California.

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Xiaomi to release Mi MIX 2 on September 11

Xiaomi is gearing up things to launch the successor of the Mi MIX next month. It is expected to be called as Mi MIX 2. As you already know, the original Mi MIX has gone pretty close to the concept of a bezel-less phone with its impressive 91.3% screen-to-body ratio.

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MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM rolling out for more Xiaomi smartphones, Mi 5X India launch on Sep 5

After the initial release of MIUI 9 alongside the Mi 5X back in July, Xiaomi started rolling out the Global Beta ROM a couple of weeks ago for the first batch of devices such as Redmi Note 4 (Qualcomm), Redmi Note 4X and Mi 6. As you can see, there are a bunch of popular handsets that are missing from the first batch.

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