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Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S6, Watch 4G, Watch Active2 in India: Here’s all you need to know

Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S6, Galaxy Watch 4G and the Galaxy Watch Active2 in India on October 10. The Galaxy Tab S6, which has been optimised for faster, powerful productivity and enriched entertainment experience is available for Rs 59,999. The device, incorporates a 10.5 inch Super AMOLED display, has Bluetooth enabled S Pen and an improved keyboard. It has the first dual camera with ultra-wide lens and dual rear 13MP + 5MP camera. The South Korean tech giant unveiled the Watch Active2 the successor to the Watch Active1. The Galaxy Watch 4G, the first e-sim device…

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Forget iPhone 11; Samsung Galaxy S11 is what you need

The iPhone is yet to be launched, but it is facing stiff competition from Samsung Galaxy S11 model that’s due to be launched in 2020 first quarter. It is six months away, but leaks and a rumour are dropping fast, and if you have plans to buy the iPhone 11, then this is a kind suggestion that you should look away now. The latest information comes via the ever reliant @IceUniverse who claims that Galaxy S11 has arrived in the research and development stage and with it, we get an…

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Samsung Galaxy M40 to replace Galaxy M30 as most premium Galaxy M phone: All you need to know

Samsung Galaxy M40 is coming soon(Samsung ) Samsung earlier this year introduced a new Galaxy M series of budget and mid-range phones for India. Taking on Xiaomi’s popular Redmi series, Samsung’s new Galaxy M phones offer competitive set of specifications along with affordable price tags. Its Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 have received mostly positive reviews. So far, Galaxy M30 has been the most premium Galaxy M phone. But it might change soon as Samsung is working on a new Galaxy M40 smartphone with better specifications and features. The latest Galaxy M…

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Mobile phone recycling 

After single use plastics, smartphone hoarding is the new habit we need to break

The plastic ban is here Let’s be honest, saying goodbye can be hard. And judging from our behaviour, that sentiment even rings true when it comes to parting ways with our old smartphones. Australians are holding on to their old phones for longer, rather than refurbishing or recycling them — and it’s having real environmental consequences. Nearly half (45 per cent) of Australians intend to recycle their old device but this motivation drops off with only one in 10 actually following through, according to new research by MobileMuster, Australia’s government-accredited…

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