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Smartphones under Rs 10,000: From Moto G10 Power to Realme Narzo 30A, here’s a list of top 4 smartphones

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Technology is like a weed, that grows rapidly at a fast pace. However, with technology, comes a number of options, which ends up making us confused. From laptops to smartphones, we get a million options, and sometimes all of these options make it difficult for us to decide what to buy. But, don’t you worry, we got your back, as we have shortlisted some feature-loaded smartphones that are under budget and will definitely not burn a hole in your pocket.

Check these top 5 featured loaded smartphones that come under Rs 10,00, which you can order directly with a single click.

Infinix Hot 10S

At the price of Rs 9,999,  Infinix Hot 10S would be a great deal when it comes to choosing budget smartphones. It comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage options.

Infinix Hot 10S also comes with the fastest chipsets in the segment, the MediaTek Helio G85, which makes it smooth while operating any heavy applications like PUBG or Freefire.

As far as battery life is concerned, the device comes with a 6,000 mAh battery, which can be used all day once fully charged.

Realme Narzo 30A

Realme Narzo 30A  is one of the budget-friendly smartphones, which comes at the starting price of Rs 9,999 for its 4GB+64GB variant.  At this price range, the smartphone comes with a fully HD+ display, 13 MP dual rear camera, and 6,000 mAh battery with 18W fast-charging support.

Tecno Spark 7T

When it comes to feature-loaded smartphones under the budget of Rs 10,000,  Tecno Spark 7T  always will be reflected on the list.

It comes with an HD+ IPS panel, advance MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, and a 48 MP dual-camera setup, which provides a perfect photo even in the low light.

Moto G10 Power

Motorola’s one of the hot-selling products, Moto G10 Power, which currently available at a discounted price of Rs 9,999 on the online shopping platform Amazon.

The phone comes an advance and latest Snapdragon 460 chipset, which makes it a perfect gaming phone at this price range. It also comes with a 48 MP quad-camera setup that includes an 8 MP ultrawide lens

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Apple iPhone 14 series likely to launch in September, know everything about upcoming smartphone

Apple is all set to launch one of its advance and update series of smartphones iPhone 14 this year. Ahead of its official launch, some of the key features of upcoming smartphones already have been leaked on digital platforms

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Apple is all set to launch one of its advances and update the series of smartphones iPhone 14 somewhere around September or August this year. Ahead of its official launch, some of the key features of upcoming smartphones already have been leaked on digital platforms. If rumored to be believed the upcoming iPhone 14 series is likely to be more expensive than compared existing iPhone 13 series.

Reports said the smartphone might cross the price tag of Rs 1,15,000 in India for its top variant. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to have a bigger profile and a better camera module as compared to iPhone 13 series.

Talking about the latest feature in the Apple’s iPhone 14 series, it is likely to come with the satellite connectivity, under which users will be able to call or send text from the areas even though there will be no cellular network, they can be reachable to their emergency contacts using satellite connectivity.

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To note, the emergency feature only will allow users to make an emergency call or send messages, users will not be able to perform activities like browsing the web or streaming video.

The company has not confirmed the feature as of now, but reports said this emergency feature only will be available for upper models only. Meanwhile, Apple is likely to launch the iPhone 14 series in four models that include, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

According to some media reports, the tech giant wanted to launch this advanced feature in its recently launched iPhone 13 series, but the firm had to drop the plan due to some technical glitch.

The upcoming iPhone 14 series reportedly will be more advance as compared to its previous series. It will feature a new design over the Pro model, a better camera quality, updated cinematic mode among others.

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Amazon Mega Summer Days Sale 2022: Grab ACs, Refrigerators at massive discounts before the sale ends on May 18

Amazon has come up with a mega summer days sale for you to say goodbye to the scorching heat. The company is offering huge discounts on electronics and home appliances including ACs and Refrigerators, for customers to save a lot.

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With mercury breaking all the records this season, the e-commerce company Amazon has come up with a mega summer days sale for you to say goodbye to the scorching heat. The company is offering huge discounts on electronics and home appliances including ACs and Refrigerators, for customers to save a lot.

The four-day sale has already started, and people are rushing to buy the summer appliances at exciting discounts before they become out of stock. What are you waiting for? Rush to the website or app immediately and buy your favourite products as the sale will end on May 18.

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Which products are heavily discounted during Amazon Mega Summer Days Sale?

ACs and Refrigerators are on massive discounts during the summer sale.

Here are some of the top offers on summer appliances:

ACs

1-ton ACs which are suitable for up to 120 sq ft rooms are starting from Rs 22,499.

1.5-ton ACs which are suitable for up to 180 sq ft rooms are starting from Rs 25,499.

2-ton ACs which are suitable for up to 180 sq ft rooms are starting from Rs 38,990.

Air conditioners from top brands are available at up to 40 percent with no-cost EMI options

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Refrigerators

Single door refrigerators are available from Rs 9,790

Double door refrigerators are available from Rs 18,790

Refrigerators from top brands with no-cost EMI options

Discount options

Customers can take advantage of the sale by saving on top appliance brands including Samsung, LG, Whirlpool, Blue Star, Llyod, IFB, and others till May 18th, 2022.

Customers can also get an extra 10 percent off with HDFC Debit and Credit Card & Credit Card EMI on their favourite products, as well as quick exchange offers, scheduled delivery, extended warranty, coupon offers up to Rs 3000, and no-cost EMI options.

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Google latest update: Bhojpuri, Sanskrit, and 22 more languages now on Google Translate

Google has updated its language translate tool, Google Translate, with 24 new languages. Google translate now supports a total of 133 languages which is used worldwide. The newly added languages ​​include Assamese, Bhojpuri, Sanskrit, and many more.

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Google has updated its language translate tool, Google Translate, with 24 new languages. Google translate now supports a total of 133 languages which is used worldwide. The newly added languages ​​include Assamese, Bhojpuri, Sanskrit, and many more. The Cupertino-based tech giant highlighted that the newly added languages ​​are used by over 300 million people globally.

For example, the company said ‘Mizo’ (language) is spoken by about 800,000 people in India’s far northeast, and Lingala (a Bantu language which is used by more than 8 million people as a lingua franca in northern parts of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire) is spoken by more than 45 million people throughout Central Africa.

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Here’s a list of the new languages ​​which is now available in Google Translate:

Sanskrit is used by about 20,000 people in India.
Bhojpuri is used by about 50 million people in Northern India, Nepal, and Fiji.
Assamese is used by about 25 million people in Northeast India.
Aymara, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru are used by about two million people.
Bambara is used by about 14 million people in Mali.
Dogri is used by about 3 million people in Northern India.
Ewe is used by approximately seven million people in Ghana and Togo.
Guarani is used by about seven million people in Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil.
Ilocano is used by about 10 million people in Northern Philippines.
Konkani, used by about 20 lakh people in Central India.
Krio, used by about four million people in Sierra Leone.
Kurdish (Sorani), used by about eight million people, mostly in Iraq.
Lingala is used by approximately 45 million people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Angola and the Republic of South Sudan.
Dhivehi is used by around 300,000 people in the Maldives.

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Zero-Shot Machine Translation

Google claims these are the first languages ​​they’ve added using zero-shot machine translation, where a machine learning model only sees monolingual text, that is, it learns to translate into another language without looking at examples. Google worked with native speakers, professors, and linguists on this new update. Those who wish to help Google support more languages ​​can evaluate or contribute to Translate via Translate Contribution.

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