Xiaomi Redmi 2 is now available at Rs 5,999 after the company deducted the price by Rs 1,000. This announcement was made on Tuesday morning by Redmi India on social networking site Twitter. mAh Mi Power Bank.
By: feonline | New Delhi | July 8, 2015 8:09 am
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Redmi 2 price-cut: Xiaomi Redmi 2 is now available at Rs 5,999 after a price deduction of Rs 1,000. (Image: Redmi Twitter)
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Redmi 2 is now available at Rs 5,999 after Xiaomi deducted the price by Rs 1,000. This announcement was made on Tuesday morning by Redmi India on social networking site Twitter. The smartphone can be bought from Xiaomi website www.mi.com/in.
On Sunday evening, Redmi India tweeted an image along with text reading, “Paint the town red. Get ready to change your phone.” The image, which was partially visible, had already given the clue about the price.
Redmi 2 can also be bought for Rs 3,999 under the exchange program of Flipkart. Read full story (07/07/2015)
If it is your birthday, Twitter will not only make sure that you get happy birthday messages but also animated balloons in your Twitter handle. The micro-blogging site has introduced an option to set your date of birth in its settings menu that will appear on your profile page. Read full story (Image: Twitter) (07/07/2015)
Xolo has released a new smartphone called the new Era for India. According to the in.techradar.com, the company has mentioned in its announcement post that the handset will be available solely via Snapdeal. The Xolo Era will be priced at Rs 4,444. Read full story (07/07/2015)
Facebook tests a new feature which allows videos to float from newsfeed as we scroll. Read full story (Reuters) (07/07/2015)
Instagram now allows storage of high-resolution photos. Earlier Instagram was storing images of 640×640 pixels, now it has started storing images at 1080×1080 pixels. Read full story (Reuters) (07/07/2015)
Microsoft has changed the name of Xbox Music, and now, it will be called Groove. The Xbox Video will now be known as Movies and TV. Read full story (Reuters) (07/07/2015)
Microsoft’s Garage group has launched a cross-platform app called Tossup on iOS and Android. According to thenextweb.com, Tossup allows the users to invite friends via email, SMS or Facebook to vote on options for things like restaurants, things to do or places to go. Read full story (Tossup Screenshots) (07/07/2015)
Amazon has released mobile apps for its CloudDrive service on iOS, Android and Amazon’s appstore. According to the Verge, the apps are called CloudDrive and they offer folder views of all of the user’s stored files. The users can view, share or link to supported files PDFs, spreadsheets, images and like the users can with services like Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. The users can also stream stored music and videos. Read full story (Image: Amazon) (07/07/2015)
A new smartphone app has been developed that will warn you if you go over the recommended maximum daily/weekly units of alcohol and this way you will be able to manage your alcohol intake. Read full story (Reuters) (07/07/2015)
FGM app launches in Britain as school holiday danger zone nears. Read full story (Image: iTunes) (07/07/2015)