According to WSJ, popular Chinese manufacturer Xiamoi is hoping to drastically expand its influence in India over the next few years and ultimately become the top smartphone manufacturer in the country.
If you live in London and like the idea of ordering something from Amazon and getting a one or two-hour delivery slot, then this news is for you (so long as you live in an eligible postcode). Amazon has just opened a new distribution depot in Wimbledon, and that means there’s a whole bunch of postcodes that have become eligible for Prime Now.
While Google is busy pushing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to both Nexus and Android One devices, other companies are announcing which handsets will be updated to the latest version of the operating system. HTC posted a list a few days, T-Mobile announced a list of eligible devices earlier today, and now Sony has gone public with its own list.
Independent retailer Flipkart has announced that it will start selling Motorola’s latest high-end smartphone, the Moto X Style, in India on Thursday, October 8. The handset will be up for grabs in both Black and White colorways, and will carry a price tag of around Rs. 30,000 ($460).
OnePlus announced earlier this year that it would be selling its USB Type-C cable as a standalone product, but we haven’t seen it mentioned since. As of today, OnePlus has begun selling the cable at its online store in 100cm and 150cm variants.