5G technology still seems farfetched in India but the world of smartphones has already been shifted to 5G. And this is the time that you should also get future proof and buy a 5G smartphones. The Snapdragon 765G is one chipset that can make it possible at an affordable price. The following are the smartphones coming to India in the coming weeks with the Snapdragon 765G chipset.
Snapdragon 765G Phones in India
OnePlus Nord: Affordable OnePlus
OnePlus has its own fan following just like another poplar smartphone brand and it has its own community. If you are one of them
The new Motorola One Fusion+ makes up for a great value for money proposition with its massive battery, powerful processor, and an amazing set of quad cameras. Now, the phone runs stock Android, but that hasn’t stopped the company from packing in some extra camera features. Today, let’s have a quick look at some useful Motorola One Fusion Plus camera tips & tricks to get the most out of the phone’s camera.
Motorola One Fusion Plus Camera Tips & Tricks
Notably, the One Fusion+ runs stock Android 10 out of the box. However, Motorola has packed in its own camera
Flipkart is venturing into social e-commerce with its new feature 2GUD for refurbished goods. Flipkart 2GUD is a video shopping platform available on the Flipkart app where users can check out influencers and follow some of the latest trends in the market. This includes gadget reviews, fashion updates, beauty tips, and more.
Flipkart 2GUG debuted back in 2018 and was expected to be the brand’s first venture into refurbished goods in the market. Now, it’s rebranded as a social commerce platform populated by influencers for various topics and categories. Flipkart 2GUD is
Microsoft has neutered a large-scale fraud campaign that used knock-off domains and malicious apps to scam customers in 62 countries around the world.
The software maker and cloud-service provider last week obtained a court order that allowed it to seize six domains, five of which contained the word “office.” The company said attackers used them in a sophisticated campaign designed to trick CEOs and other high-ranking business leaders into wiring large sums of money to attackers, rather than trusted parties. An earlier so-called BEC, or business email compromise, that the same group of attackers carried out in December used phishing