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Moto Z4 Play with 6.2-inch display and 3,600mAh gets FCC certification

Moto Z4 Play with 6.2-inch display and 3,600mAh gets FCC certification

The Moto Z4 Play smartphone has recently been spotted on FCC (Federal Communications Commission) along with some of the key specifications which it will pack. The Moto Z4 Play has been spotted on the FCC website with a model number XT-1980-3. The smartphone will be backed by a 3,600mAh battery unit which will come with 18W fast charging support.

Huawei might soon launch new TV lineup with dual cameras

Huawei might soon launch new TV lineup with dual cameras

Huawei might soon be launching its TVs in April, according to the Chinese media. The reports claim that one of the "Huawei TV supply chain executive" confirmed the news. With this, the company will be foraying in a new product segment, and Huawei has high expectations as it is aiming to sell ten million units annually.

Bharti Airtel adds more broadband customers in January

Bharti Airtel adds more broadband customers in January

Sunil Mittal- led Bharti Airtel has added more broadband customers in January than any other telecom player. Airtel has added one crore broadband subscribers, while Reliance Jio added 93.2 lakh subscribers during the same month.TRAI said top five service providers constituted 98.63 percent market share of the total broadband subscribers at the end of January-19

Samsung Galaxy A6+ Android Pie update released with security patch

Samsung Galaxy A6+ Android Pie update released with security patch

The latest Samsung smartphone to board the Android Pie bandwagon is the Galaxy A6+. The Android Pie update for the Samsung Galaxy A6+ is currently being rolled out to the users in Poland. The update weighs a total of 1.2GB in size and it carries a firmware build number A605FNXXU3BSC6. It is currently unknown as to when the update will hit the remaining markets.

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