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And it's back! The Nokia 3310, Who's your daddy now?

6:31 AM
Father Is Back Get Ready! With Redefined Look

History Of Nokia 3310

The Nokia 3310 is a GSM mobile phone announced on September 1, 2000, and released in the fourth quarter of the year, replacing the popular Nokia 3210. It sold very well, being one of the most successful phones with 126 million units sold worldwide..The phone is still widely acclaimed and has gained a cult status due to its durability, one of Nokia's most iconic devices. With its Popular Snake Game

NEW "Nokia 3310 2017"

The phone features basic functions like an FM Radio, Mp3 player with sd card support upto 32GB , a web browser and a voice recorder It has a 2MP camera for photos and video recording. The original Snake game has been replaced by Gameloft's "Snake Xenzia" with updated modes and graphics. The design of the phone heavily mimics its predecessor both in design and form factor and it comes in colors similar to the original phone: dark blue, gray, etc

Does It Breaks The Record Of its old Nokia 3310 ????

Microsoft Insider: Amazing new #Windows10 features you’ll want to try

11:15 AM
Following the Insider email we recieved from Microsoft a fday before, there are some interesting features Microsoft wants all insiders to know and try.

Giving you all a glimpse of that email:

Hello Windows Insider,
We recently released one of the largest set of new Windows 10 Insider Preview* features since our Anniversary Update. It’s packed with updates for every Insider, whether you’re a creator, developer, IT Pro — or simply love Windows and want even more cool tools.
Go here for all the latest preview updates for PC and mobile. Here are just a few highlights:
  • One-step import of data to Microsoft Edge. Import your favorites, browsing history, saved passwords, and other data to Edge from another browser you have installed — all in one simple step.
  • Preview your browser tabs. It’s easy to lose track of what’s in your browser tabs, especially when you have many tabs from the same site, with similar titles and icons. Tab preview bar in Edge gives you a visual preview of every tab without leaving your page.

  • More control of multiple tabs. Click once to set all your tabs aside if you want to start from a clean slate. Then click again to bring them all back. Easy!
  • Group your tiles. Got too many tiles on your Start screen? Simply drag and drop a tile on top of another tile to create a folder for multiple tiles.
  • Improve your PC performance. If your PC is running slowly, the Refresh Windows option in Windows Defender may help. It starts fresh by reinstalling and updating Windows, which will remove most of your apps but keep your personal files and some Windows settings. For more details, see this forum post.
  • Do even more with Cortana.** Set recurring time-based Cortana Reminders for “Every Month” or “Every Year” — great for bill payment or anniversary reminders! (Another clever suggestion from Insiders.) And another cool Cortana feature: Cortana can display links in the Action Center to websites or cloud-based documents that you opened on one PC — so you can pick up where you left off on another PC.
We can’t wait to hear your feedback. In fact, with so many new features, we made sure to keep our team and the Customer Champs on high alert in Feedback Hub. And on a related note:
  • Join our February Bug Bash. We kick off our next Windows 10 Bug Bash this week and we are excited to hear from Insiders around the world, especially those who speak other languages besides English. As with previous Bug Bashes, you can use Quests within Feedback Hub to direct you to new capabilities. The first set of Quests for the February Bug Bash are available in the Feedback Hub. (Note that you’ll need a Preview build with the Feedback Hub to open this link.***) Stay tuned to announcements and Quests in the Feedback Hub throughout the week. And tune into our live webcasts (starting Feb 7, 2-4PM PDT) to get more details on Quests directly from our Windows engineers.
Info for Developers
  • Windows Developer Day: Creators Update. Register to join our livestreamed event on February 8, 2017, to see what’s new for developers in the Windows 10 Creators Update. Whether you’re building for the web or UWP, the latest consumer app or line-of-business tool, there’s something in it for you. Join Kevin Gallo and the Windows engineering team as they cover what’s new with Windows developer tooling and the latest XAML advancements. You’ll also hear the developer story behind the recent announcements of Cortana skills and the new Windows mixed reality headsets. And remember to bring your questions for our live, online Q&A panel.
Info for IT Pros
  • Extend Windows 10 security investments to non-UEFI devices. Many new Windows 10 security features require UEFI-enabled devices. With the Creators Update, we will introduce a simple, in-place UEFI conversion tool that automates conversion of devices to UEFI!
  • Search Windows 10-ready apps. Check out our Ready for Windows website for a listing of over 10,000 apps compatible with Windows 10. And if you’re a developer or ISV, find out how to list your Windows 10 software solutions for even better visibility.
  • Step-by-step guide to deploying Windows 10. Assess compatibility, explore deployment options, download the latest tools, and learn how to manage and secure devices. Visit the new Windows 10 IT Center and get your deployment project on track.
  • FastTrack now available for Windows 10. FastTrack includes access to a qualified partner to help you create a detailed technical implementation and user adoption plan. You may also be eligible for special offers, including Windows Accelerate engagements to drive large scale deployments. Click here for more FastTrack details.
  • How Microsoft uses Windows Defender ATP. Learn how Windows Defender ATP helps alert Microsoft’s IT security team to malicious activity faster and more precisely than ever before. Check out the case study. 
  • Dropping the Hammer on Malware with Windows 10 Device Guard. Watch this Virtual Academy video to see how Windows 10 Device Guard can fundamentally change the game for enterprise security.
You can follow the lead for the Windows Insiders Program, Dona Sarkar, on Twitter @donasarkar. For other updates on the program, including special events and activities, follow us on Twitter @windowsinsider.
Thanks, as always, for being a Windows Insider!
The Windows Insider Team

Share your thought on this email, and let us know what all features you already knew for your Desktop or Mobile.  

Microsoft-owned Minecraft no longer supported on Microsoft-owned Windows Phone Mobile

2:00 PM
Yes indeed that's a sad news and all Windows Mobile fans or enthusiast see this as a sign of disappointment. What worse than this that Microsoft own Minecraft game is no longer supported on its own Windows 10 Platform on Mobile Devices.

Yes, this news is coming from Arstechnica, which says:

Microsoft will cease updating Minecraft Pocket Edition for its own Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile, reports Windows Central. Although the game will continue to be available in the store, it's apparently no longer being maintained or updated.
The reason for this move is reported to be that so few people play the game on the platform that it's not worth maintaining.
Minecraft has a somewhat complicated development history. There are multiple versions of the block-building zombie fighting game developed in parallel. The original Minecraft, built for PCs and with a rich ecosystem of third-party extensions, is a Java application. Console versions of Minecraft appear to use a C++ port of the Java version, with a console controller-friendly interface. Minecraft Pocket Editionis a C++ application with a user interface that's tailored for smartphones. Multiplayer is generally limited to the same stream of development; Pocket Edition players on different platforms can play with each other, but Java edition players can only play with other Java edition players, and the console editions only allow multiplayer with other people on the same console. 
The Windows Phone/Windows Mobile version of Minecraft was Pocket Edition, and this version remains supported on Android and iOS. Pocket Edition is also the basis for versions of Amazon's Fire OS and Fire TV, Samsung's Gear VR, and the Apple TV. Pocket Edition is still relatively new: after a lengthy alpha/beta period, it only hit version 1.0 on December 19, 2016. Although Microsoft released multiple beta versions for Windows Phone, including the final beta version 0.16.2 on November 18, 2016, the platform hasn't had a version 1.0 release. It's stuck on the final beta. 
The company has, however, released version 1.0 of Minecraft for Windows 10Minecraft for Windows 10 is based on Pocket Edition, but with a desktop user interface. It's built for Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and sold exclusively through the Windows Store, but as it's still based on Pocket Edition, it supports multiplayer with the smartphone versions. 
This makes the situation look rather awkward for Microsoft. Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has been encouraging third-party developers to build applications for UWP (and its Windows 8-era precursor, WinRT). The "universal" part of UWP is that UWP applications can run on desktop Windows, Windows Mobile, Xbox One, HoloLens, and even the Surface Hub. The goal of UWP is for the majority of an application's code to be common across all form factors, with a user interface tailored to each specific type of device. 
But while this approach of having one application that spans multiple form factors is still the officially preferred route for third-party developers—and, to be fair, a good amount of first-party development; built-in Windows applications like Mail, Maps, and Calendar, as well as separate apps like Office Mobile, are all UWP apps that run on both mobile and desktop systems—it's not the route that the company has elected to follow for MinecraftMinecraft for Windows 10 is a UWP app, but rather than give that UWP app an adaptive user interface that works equally well on all UWP platforms, Microsoft has kept it strictly desktop-only. It won't run on Windows 10 Mobile. 
Update: a previous version of this article said that the Phone app was also a UWP app, but of course it cannot be, as it runs on Windows Phone 8.1. C++ app development on Windows Phone 8.1 has a lot of overlap with WinRT and UWP, but the platforms are not identical.
Eventually, one imagines that Microsoft will bring back support for its mobile platform. Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 development is continuing to converge—Windows 10 for ARM may well end up on phone-like devices and larger systems—and Minecraft for Windows 10 will start supporting more form factors, with Microsoft promising a HoloLens version of the game. As Windows narrows and Minecraft for Windows 10 becomes broader, one can imagine that a mobile interface will be added to the Windows 10 version. 
Microsoft's tendency to offer better support for non-Windows systems is continuing to annoy ever shrinking Windows fanbase, and the self failure to capitalize on the acclaimed UWP apps leads developers to wonder, "If Microsoft isn't consistently writing universal apps, why should we?"

Do share your comments in section below. We would take your feedback to Microsoft to get this addressed.

Windows 10 build 14393.726 for PC and Mobile is rolled out to the Release Preview ring

1:43 PM
A new cumulative update has been out to Insiders that are on the Release Preview ring, which is build 14393.726 for both PC and Mobile. The new update comes exactly two weeks after the last one that reached the Production ring, 14393.693.

As you should be able to guess by now, there is no changelog available just yet. It's unclear why the company seems to have so much trouble with publishing release notes at the same time that an update is released, but if Microsoft does publish them, they'll probably show up in the Feedback Hub.
Also, it's worth noting that if Microsoft doesn't offer a changelog at all, it certainly wouldn't be the first time, so you probably shouldn't hold your breath for this one. We've reached out to the company for comment.
First spotted by Windows Central, the update will show itself as KB3216755 on PCs. If you're already on the Release Preview ring, you can grab it on your device by checking for updates. If not, you can always go to the Windows Insider Program tab and click "Get started".

Source <Neowin>

Share your comments and feedback below. Invite your Windows Mobile Friends on this blog. 

Nokia P1 Flagship Details Reveal, Could potentially be a Pixel and Iphone Killer

Nokia P1 Flagship Details Reveal, Could potentially be a Pixel and Iphone Killer

12:31 PM
After the Nokia 6 launch, the first Android phone with Nokia branding in three years, HMD Global has now been tipped to launch its Android-based Nokia P1 smartphone at MWC 2017; the smartphone's price has been leaked as well. Further, it has been suggested that the smartphone will be based on the Sharp Aquos Xx3 (seen alongside) smartphone, which was launched last year in Japan.
Nokia P1 Price

The Nokia P1 price is expected to start around $800 (roughly Rs. 54,500) for the 128GB model and around $950 (roughly Rs. 64,700) for the 256GB variant, as per a report by Russian publication Worket (via PhoneArena).

Nokia P1 Features and Specifications

The Nokia smartphone has been tipped to run Android Nougat out-of-the-box and sport a 5.3-inch display, covered with Gorilla Glass 5, with either full-HD or QHD screen resolution. The Nokia P1 is expected to pack Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 6GB of RAM.

In terms of optics, the Nokia P1 smartphone is expected to feature a Zeiss-certified 22.6-megapixel rear camera, as per the report. In terms of water and dust resistance, Nokia P1 is expected to be IP57-certified. The phone has been tipped to feature a 3500mAh battery with support for quick charging. There is a fingerprint scanner on the right of the device as well, as per the report.

HMD Global, which currently holds the licence to manufacture and distribute Nokia phones, has already sent out invites for its MWC 2017 event on February 26 where the company is expected to launch more Nokia smartphones. So far, the company has launched the Nokia 6 smartphone in China, with no plans to bring it outside the country. A leaked Nokia roadmap suggests that as many as 7 Nokia Android phones are in the works for 2017, with Nokia 6 just the first of these.

Source: NDTV Gadgets

Bang, NOKIA 6 Sold Off in a Minute in China (updated)

Bang, NOKIA 6 Sold Off in a Minute in China (updated)

11:18 AM

With Nokia 6 been announced just a couple of weeks back, it's time for Nokia to start celebrating already. According to a report by GSM Arena, The first flash sale from Nokia saw the phone going out of stock in just a minute. 

While GSM Arena or Nokia didn't reveal information about the number of units sold,  it's not entirely surprising given that the handset had received over a million registrations for its first flash sale in China. 

With these amazing specs on Nokia 6, it was bound to happen. We're sure that the competition is about face a huge impact due to its offering. 

It packs in a 3,000mAh battery, runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and carries a price tag of around $245. The phone is currently only available in China, although it might go global very soon.

The tentative launch date for Nokia in India is around Mid of Feb. 

Dont Miss: Nokia's P1 Flagship revealed, Read all info here!

Will you buy the Nokia 6 over One plus or Moto X? Share your thoughts in comments below. 

Now that's an Update - Microsoft’s dropped a huge Windows 10 Preview Build 15002 ahead of the Creators Update

Now that's an Update - Microsoft’s dropped a huge Windows 10 Preview Build 15002 ahead of the Creators Update

10:51 PM
Source: PC World

The Windows 10 Creators Update is due early this year, and Microsoft served up what you might call a hearty appetizer Monday morning: its massive Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002, with so many improvements that we will limit this article to a discussion of front-end changes.
Build 15002 is being released for the PC only, as part of the Fast Ring of Insider builds. Be aware of a few bugs: Miracast connections won’t work, and the Netflix app probably won’t render video (instead, use Edge).
Why this matters: Microsoft didn’t specifically mention the Creators Update in the context of the new build, but this truckload of features has certainly been added with that update in mind. All of this will probably arrive on non-Insider PCs later this spring.

What Insiders will see in Build 15002

Here’s a short summary of the new front-end improvements in Build 15002, which we’ll break out in detail below. 
  • Microsoft Edge updates, specifically with regards to tab management
  • Tiles in the Start menu can now be placed into folders
  • Scaling, snipping, and sharing improvements 
  • Suggested Cortana commands
  • On-demand Windows Refresh in Windows Defender
  • Blue-light controls in Settings
  • Narrator upgrades
  • Microsoft Edge upgrades

Microsoft Edge continues to improve

An unfortunate number of people used Microsoft Edge when it first came out—and passed on it. But the Edge team hasn’t stopped rolling out improvements, and there are two key ones: a tab preview bar, as well as a tool to resume tabs that you’ve set aside.
ou’ll probably find the latter feature more worthwhile. Other browsers offer the ability to restore tabs when the browser crashes or you accidentally close the window. Edge calls this “setting aside” the tabs, adding an icon in the upper left-hand corner to do so, plus another icon to restore them. 
Edge also now offers a tab preview. Some browsers, like Opera, allow you to hover over a tab to project a small image of what the tab displays. Edge, on the other hand, now shows a little caret symbol to nudge your attention upward. Click it, and you’ll get a carousel of what each tab is currently showing.
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Windows 10’s new tab preview within Edge.
Build 15002 offers one Edge feature everyone should like: auto-blocking Flash. Last year’s Anniversary Update auto-paused the infamously unsecure Flash. The new build goes a step further: It won’t load Flash at all unless you explicitly tell Edge you want to run it. 
Edge has one other subtle improvement: You can now launch either a standard browser window or an InPrivate window directly from the taskbar. It’s a small convenience, but a welcome one.

A tidier Start menu and Notifications drawer

It’s not officially time for spring cleaning, but Microsoft is allowing developers and users to spiff up the Start menu and notifications drawer.
Windows 10 start folders
Windows 10’s new Start menu folders.
Windows 10 phones already enjoy this feature: the ability to drop several tiles into a custom folder on the Start menu. Now Windows 10 Insiders will get it with Build 15002, and taking advantage of it is easy: Just drop one app on top of another, and name the subsequent folder. If you do so, though, you’ll lose the “live tile” effects of a standalone tile.
Microsoft has also made it easier for developers to carve out custom subgroups inside your Notifications drawer, cleaning up that clutter.

Scaling, snipping, and sharing upgrades

Occasionally when you redock your laptop, you may notice your desktop icons suddenly shift position randomly, or change size. Build 15002 tries to solve that problem, with an improved scaling option in Settings. Likewise, Windows now offers better placement support, as well as smooth resizing of desktop apps.
windows 10 windows ink stroke eraser
Windows Ink also boasts a new, long-overdue stroke erase feature, handly when marking up web pages to share.
Microsoft’s also made changes in how you can share the content from those apps. I use Windows 10’s built-in Snipping Tool to grab an image, but OneNote’s Win + Shift + S command can do the same thing. 
Sharing that snippet (or a web page, or some other piece of content) is more contextual, and the Win + H command has been removed.

Improved Cortana commands and reminders

Microsoft is always updating Cortana, and remembering what exactly you can do is always a challenge. Cortana’s Notebook can help, as you can check out some of your available options in the various categories. Now, however, Cortana will auto-suggest commands based on what you’re typing, helping you figure out what you can do next. Reminders can also be scheduled monthly (finally!) for suggesting bill payments and other recurring events.
Triggering Cortana, though, has changed: Gone is Win = Shift + C. Instead, the new command is a simpler Win + C, which should have been there in the first place.

Windows Defender: Refresh Windows on demand

Microsoft previously allowed Windows 10’s built-in antivirus, Windows Defender, to share responsibilities with a second antivirus program. Defender has new options to run full, quick, or advanced scans, with a report on your PC’s health.
The most notable change, however, is the addition of the Windows 10 Refresh Windows command within Defender itself. This is a fairly major undertaking, as Refresh Windows removes most of your apps, though not your personal data. Still, if your PC is running slow, Refresh Windows is a good fresh start. 

Blue-light management headlines Settings changes

The negative effects of blue light at night aren’t well understood, but studies have suggested possible links to both obesity and cancer, as well as a disruptive effect on the circadian rhythms that help us sleep. Build 15002 now allows you to automatically lower the amount of blue light your PC emits after a given time, via a new menu within Settings.
windows 10 display setting
That’s just one of a number of Setttings pages overhauls. You’ll probably be equally pleased with the updated Display Settings options page, which restores the screen resolution controls to a prominent position.
You’ll also find a new settings page for the Surface Dial, better theme management, and even an option to control “cross device” experiences—letting apps on your phone, for example, talk to the comparable apps on your PC. (Note: Microsoft said a bug in the new build currently prevents Cortana from working across your phone and your PC.) Finally, there’s a new Touchpad Settings page, where you’ll be able to create new groups for three- and four-finger swipes, and discover new gestures.

Changes to Narrator and accessibility

Microsoft adjusted the Narrator shortcut to make it more “intentional” (and less easy to trigger accidentally) by changing it from Win + Enter to CTRL + Win + Enter. Narrator has also been added to the WinPE Windows setup environment, as well as the WinRE recovery environment. Braille support is en route to Windows 10, though it’s not quite functional, Microsoft said.
I’ve seen several reports that the Share pane (click the circle-with-dots icon in Edge) now includes ads—or rather, icons for “shareable” apps that may or may not be of interest to you and may or may not cost you money. They're PUPs, in other words.
You may have already heard about the Green Screens of Death. Microsoft is making BSODs on Insider builds green, so it's easier to answer questions. Don’t worry, your production machines will all go blue.
There are promises of other improvements that haven’t arrived yet, including Cortana voice to step users through setup, Defender PC health scans, camera-detected Good-bye (“Dynamic lock”), Edge Web Payments, My People on the taskbar, and Hyper-V Quick Create.
We’re getting down to the wire, folks. If Microsoft’s going to ship the Creators Update in April, those features need to be nailed down in the next couple of weeks.

Now A Silver NOKIA 6 Shows Up in China

5:28 PM

Source: NDTVGadget360

Nokia 6, the first Nokia Android phone by HMD Global, was launched on Sunday in China. While only the black colour variant of the smartphone was launched officially, a Nokia 6 Silver colour option has shown up on Chinese certification website TENAA. This suggests that no other Nokia 6 variant may be on the way, though whether this model will be headed to international markets is still under question.

Another notable point revealed by the Nokia 6 Silver variant's TENAA listing is that the new Nokia Android phone carries the codename TA1000, which was earlier spotted passing the 3C certification, which was earlier touted as Nokia E1 smartphone, as per a report by NokiaPowerUser.

The Nokia 6 smartphone, which was launched exclusively for China, runs Android 7.0 Nougat. The phone packs a 5.5-inch full-HD display enveloped in 2.5D Gorilla Glass. Read Full features of Nokia 6 here

In terms of optics, the Nokia 6 smartphone features a 16-megapixel rear camera with dual-tone flash and phase detection auto focus. At the front, the Nokia 6 comes with an 8-megapixel f/2.0 camera for selfies. The smartphone also makes use Dolby Atmos technology and 'dual amplifiers' for louder sound. Nokia 6 features a fingerprint scanner that is embedded right into its home button.

The Nokia 6 has been priced at 1,699 CNY (roughly Rs. 16,750) and will be made available "in early 2017".

What is your take on the new Nokia 6, would you buy that or would you buy the One Plus 3T? Share your views in the comments section below. 

Get 22GB at just Rs. 999 with Vodafone 4G SuperNet

5:16 PM

Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecommunication services providers, today announced the launch of its Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G service in Yamunanagar in the presence of Shri. Rajesh Kalia, Superintendent of Police, Yamunanagar and Shri Mohit Narru, Business Head–Haryana, Vodafone India. Vodafone SuperNetTM   services will soon be available across several other major towns in the Circle by March 2017.

Text Box: Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G Advantage
• Superior network: State of the art 4G LTE network with extensive fiber backhaul
• High Speed downloads/uploads: a fast and seamless mobile internet experience
• Enhances experience: of music, videos, chats,  mobile gaming and two-way video calls with faster response time
• Vodafone PLAY: 3-months Free TV, Movies, Videos & Music, 
• International Roaming on 4G across 25+ countries
The state-of-the-art network will enable Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G customers to access internet via mobile with speeds across a range of smart devices including Mi-Fi & dongles. Vodafone 4G services can be readily accessed from 4G enabled handsets, offered by leading smartphone manufacturers and available across the country.
Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G will significantly enhance the mobile internet experience for customers with faster download/upload of videos and music, seamless video chats and will also facilitate greater ease in using their favourite apps. Customers will also adore features like high definition video streaming, mobile gaming and two-way video calling. 

Commenting on the launch of Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G service in Yamunanagar, Mohit Narru Business Head–Haryana, Vodafone India, said, “Haryana is a strong leadership market for Vodafone India and as the leading telecom service provider, our over 5.8 million customers have a lot to look forward to. Beginning with key business and residential corridors of Karnal, Panipat, Sonipat, Rohtak, Hisar, Bhiwani, Bahadurgarh, Jind, Rewari, Palwal, Ambala, Kurukshetra and now Yamunanagar, Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G services will be available in the entire state by 31st March 2017. We invite our data savvy customers in Haryana to make the most of the bonanza of special benefits being offered and enjoy the best mobile internet experience. 4G has the potential to revolutionize the mobile experience through powerful innovation that impacts how we work and live. Vodafone’s global expertise and experience of launching 4G across 20 countries gives us a better understanding of this technology and the needs of the 4G customer. We assure our customers to provide the best of services in Yamunanagar (Haryana) from today onward”.

Vodafone’s customers in Haryana have a bonanza of special benefits to enjoy the Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G experience seamlessly. This includes:

  • FREE upgrade to 4G plus 2GB Data FREE with every 4G SIM upgrade
  • Faster 4G services at 3G prices
  • Get  free additional 9GB data on purchasing 1GB pack on your 4G device
  • With the new Superhour offer  download as much as  you want for an hour a by paying  Rs17*
  • Array of Data Packs starting from as little as INR 12 for 45MB
  • Prepaid customers buying Rs254 Recharge pack will get 4X Data i.e. 4GB on 4G handset and 4G SIM
  • Enjoy 400MB FREE Internet & complimentary subscription to Live TV, Movies & Shows  on VODAFONE PLAY as part of  Vodafone 4G subscription
  • VODAFONE PLAY, Leading entertainment destination with 150+ Live TV channels, over 14000+ movies and TV shows, Videos and Music
  • 4G Mi-Fi that supports Wi-Fi connectivity for up to 15 devices
  • Enhanced customer experience - Immediate 4G SIM exchange at multiple touch points
  • Enjoy 4G international roaming across 25 countries including UK, US, UAE, Singapore and Canada, many more countries to be launched in near future.

Presenting the Nokia 6 - #NokiaIsBack

10:42 AM
We got this breaking news for you, and it's coming straight from Nokia, China. Yes, Nokia is back.

And the first Nokia Android powered device is out The Nokia E6

Nokia 6 with Android 7.0 Nougat & 4GB RAM announced in China. The Nokia 6 is designed by Nokia and manufactured by HMD Global Oy It is priced at $245 ~ Rs. 17000/-. Indian & Global launch & pricing is not yet known ( tentatively by Feb)

- 6000 Series Aluminium Shell, Unibody Design
- Android 7.x Nougat, Nokia Z Launcher
- 5.5" 1080p, In-Cell IPS LCD, Gorilla Glass 3
- Snapdragon 430, 8 x A53 @1.4GHz, Adreno 505 GPU
- 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, MicroSD Slot
- 16MP Rear Camera, f/2.0, PDAF & Laser AF, LED Flash
- 8MP Front Camera, f/2.0, Wide Angle Lens
- Dolby ATMOS, Bottom Firing Speaker, 1080p Video
- Fingerprint, Gyroscope, Compass, Hall
- 3000mAh, Quick Charge 3.0

I think at this price point, this is an excellent product and a must by. Would you buy this one? Sure your feedback below.

From Official Press Release

Press Release:
Nokia 6 will be available exclusively in China through Available in early 2017, Nokia 6 is 1699 CNY

New design philosophy embraces much-loved Nokia phone hallmarks of quality, superior craftsmanship and relentless focus on the consumer experience

Nokia 6 marks the first step for the Nokia brand into Android smartphones with more to come in H1 2017

Espoo, Finland – 8 January 2017: After securing the exclusive Nokia brand licensing rights in mobile phones in late 2016, HMD Global Oy (“HMD”) is proud to announce the launch of its Nokia 6 smartphone in China. The Nokia 6 marks the first step in HMD’s ambition to set a new standard in design, material quality and manufacturing innovation across every tier of its products by building on the hallmarks of a true Nokia phone experience. The device, which is designed explicitly with the needs of users in mind, combines quality and in-built durability to deliver a real-life premium smartphone experience at a price point for the highly aspirational Chinese consumer.

The decision by HMD to launch its first Android smartphone into China is a reflection of the desire to meet the real world needs of consumers in different markets around the world. With over 552 million smartphone users in China in 2016, a figure that is predicted to grow to more than 593 million users by 20171, it is a strategically important market where premium design and quality is highly valued by consumers.