Nokia 5 Gets a New 3GB RAM Variant in India, Priced at Rs. 13,499

HIGHLIGHTS Nokia 5 3GB RAM variant price in India is Rs. 13,499 It will go on sale initially via Flipkart, before offline availability Apart from RAM, new variant is otherwise identical to the original Nokia 5 comes in a new 3GB RAM variant now, just months after the original 2GB RAM model was released in India. To recall, the original Nokia 5 model with 2GB of RAM was priced at Rs. 12,499. HMD Global, the company that holds the licence to the Nokia mobile brand, recently made headlines in the country with the global…

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ Variant With 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage Launched in India: Price, Release Date, Specifications, and More

It turns out the Samsung Galaxy S8+ (Review) variant increased RAM and built-in storage is not exclusive to just China and South Korea. Samsung India on Thursday announced that the Samsung Galaxy S8+ variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage will be available in India from June 9, giving it a price tag of Rs. 74,900. Samsung adds that the higher RAM and storage variant of the Galaxy S8+ will go up for pre-orders via the Samsung Shop and Flipkart from Friday, June 2. As an introductory offer, the…

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No, the Nokia 6 White Colour Variant Is Not Coming

Nokia 6, which was sold out in a minute in the first flash sale, is indeed exclusive to China, despite it appearing on an e-commerce website in the Philippines. HMD Global has also denied, in a way, that there is a White version of the smartphone. Recently, several media publications claimed that the Nokia 6 smartphone was available to buy via a third-party online retailer in Philippines and come in a brand new White version. It turns out that the Nokia 6 smartphone being sold via Lazada platform is not…

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Chicken korma, Eton mess and a genetic variant provide clues to our food choices

People who carry variants in a particular gene have an increased preference for high fat food, but a decreased preference for sugary foods, according to a new study led by the University of Cambridge. The research has provided insights into why we make particular food choices, with potential implications for our understanding of obesity. This is one of the first studies to show a direct link between food preference and specific genetic variants in humans. Most people find high fat, high sugar foods particularly appetising. This can lead to eating…

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