Vivo has confirmed to launch it's new gaming-centric phone Vivo iQOO Neo 855 Edition on October 24 in Beijing, China. This phone will go on sale starting 1 November 2019. The pre-order has been already started in China.
Vivo has launched it's new U-Series mobile Vivo U3 in China. And It is available for pre-order in official Vivo e-stores.
Vivo was unveiled its entry-level smartphone Vivo Y11(2019) in Vietnam. It is expected to arrive in the Indian and Chinese Market coming to the future. The company hasn't revealed the details about availability and sales details so far.
A Chinese Smartphone company, Realme unveiled it's next-generation premium flagship mobile Realme X2 Pro in China and Europe. The company has already confirmed that Realme X2 Pro will launch in December in India. Along with this smartphone, Realme X2 Pro Master Edition also unveiled today which comes in two unique finishes(Brick & Cement) inspired by textures of buildings.
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Xiaomi was launched it's budget-friendly phone Redmi 8 which is successor to the Redmi 7, on October 9 in India and Redmi 8 will go on first sale on October 12, 2019. This phone features include Dot Notch display, AI Face unlock, dual rear camera setup and new "Aura Mirror Design" at the back.
we know very well that the Xiaomi brand always provides budget phones with good features. Same way Today Xiaomi has launched another budget-friendly mobile Redmi 8 at the starting price of Rs.7,999 in India. At the end of the event, Xiaomi India head Manju Jain announced the date of launching Redmi note 8 pro in India.
Recently Realme confirmed the launch date of Realme X2 Pro on their website. This phone is set to launch in China and Spain on October 15, 2019. Now they have announced the launch date for India. It will go official in India sometimes in December but the Date is not yet confirmed.
Huawei lost full Google support after the US Commerce Department blacklisted the Chinese company in May which means hereafter they don't come with Google services (like Play Store) or apps (like Chrome or Maps).
Google's Zero day project team has discovered a vulnerability in many Android OS which could allow Hackers to take full control of the phone. And the worst thing is that vulnerability has been already exploited in the wild.