OnePlus will soon be launching a Star Wars: The Last Jedi Edition of its latest smartphone, but the company seems to have more things planned, as it is also giving away tickets for the movie in India.
Shreyas GandheReporter Neowin LLC
- Forum Name:
- Pune, India
- 29 November 2007
- Forum Posts:
Shreyas is a web developer from India and digs tech news. He has been following Microsoft closely since 2000s and loves to get involved in discussions related to their products. In his spare time he prefers to mess around with computers/phones or just read about new things on the internet.
Latest by Shreyas GandheView All
One week since the release of the final Developer Preview of Android 8.1 Oreo, Google is set to roll out the final bits of the mobile operating system to supported Pixel and Nexus devices.
At the Google for India event today, the company revealed that its storage management app, Files Go is ready for the general public and is now rolling it out to the Play Store globally.
Microsoft and NFL have extended their five-year Surface deal by one more year to provide the sporting body with Surface devices that are used for video reviews by players, coaches and referees.
A recent teardown of the Google Allo app for Android has revealed that users may soon be able to connect with their Gmail contacts, in addition to the phone number linked accounts.
Facebook has begun rolling out a new app called Messenger Kids, that will allow children under thirteen years of age to communicate with each other or their parents in a controlled manner.
Xiaomi is expected to launch the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus smartphones in Beijing on Thursday, but the company's global spokesperson has taken no time to show off renders of the device on Twitter.
The Star Wars Edition of the OnePlus 5T that was recently teased by the company is all set to be unveiled at an event scheduled for December 14 in India, and will soon go on sale in the country.
HTC has revealed that it is rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the U.S. variant of the U11 Life smartphone that was launched last month in the country. The device already features the update globally.
The rumored Samsung flip phone powered by high-end internal specifications such as a Snapdragon 835 processor and 6 GB RAM seems to have cleared the FCC and has moved one step closer to release.
Amazon has unveiled an AI-powered camera called DeepLens and a set of machine learning tools to empower businesses planning to dive into the IoT and serverless computing world of the future.
Microsoft seems to be ready to launch the Photos Companion App for Android and iOS, which will allow users of devices powered by these mobile operating systems to sync their photos with Windows 10.
Chinese smartphone maker, Xiaomi has launched its most affordable Redmi smartphone, the Redmi 5A, in India with pretty good hardware specifications at a starting price of Rs. 4999 ($77).
Sony has begun rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for its flagship Xperia XZ and XZs smartphones, following the rollout of the update for the top-end Xperia XZ Premium last month.
Nearly six months since its announcement, it seems Google is ready with its Lens augmented reality feature, as it is reportedly rolling out for some Pixel smartphones since the weekend.