Nokia C20 Plus launched in India
After launching in China back in June, Nokia C20 Plus has launched in India with an exclusive partnership with Reliance Jio with several features. The smartphone comes in 2GB RAM and 32GB storage and will be available for Rs 8,999 as well as a 3/32GB variant which goes for Rs 9,999. It is available in the country in Blue and Grey colours through the Nokia India website. Alongside the Nokia C20 Plus, Nokia brand licensee HMD Global announced the India launch of the Nokia C01 Plus, Nokia C10, and the Nokia XR20.
Vivo Y53s launched in India
Vivo Y53s smartphone is launched in India as the company’s latest model in the Y-series. The latest model in the Y-series comes with triple rear cameras and a waterdrop-style display notch. Powered by MediaTek Helio G80 processor, the smartphone has 128GB of onboard storage, and 18W fast charging. The Vivo Y53s will come in two colors with a price tag of Rs 19,490. The new Vivo phone is likely to face tough competition from the likes of Samsung Galaxy M51 and Redmi Note 10 Pro Max.
Realme GT 5G Flipkart availability confirmed
The launch of Realme GT 5G in India is drawing near. Recently, the Realme CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed to announce the Realme GT and Realme GT Master Edition on August 18 in the country. The latest device has been listed on Flipkart, thereby confirming its online availability. The listing reads, “Flagship Killer 2021 Coming Soon” and shows a racing car, a speedometer, and the ‘GT’ moniker. The Flipkart doesn’t reveal anything else about the latest device yet.
Sony launched its three new X-series wireless speakers in India
Sony launched its three new X-series wireless speakers in India – SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500, and the SRS-XG500. All the three are portable party speakers and come with Sony’s own X-Balanced speaker units with Mega Bass and Live Sound mode. The Sony SRS-XP700 price in India has been set at Rs 26,990, SRS-XP500 priced at Rs 32,990 and SRS-XG500 cost Rs 32,990. All the three models will go on sale starting August 10.
Xiaomi gifts Mi 11 Ultras to India’s Olympic medalists
Xiaomi India’s Manu Kumar Jain has announced that the company is giving away Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11X smartphones to the Indian athletes who won medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. India won a total of 7 medals and the six individual sport winners will be gifted a Mi 11 Ultra each by Xiaomi India. Whereas, the entire Indian National Hockey team players will be rewarded with a Mi 11X each.