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New Nokia 2.2 And Asus Zenfone Banned In India.

New Nokia 2.2 an amazing budget phone launched in India, Lawsuit against Asus for using ‘Zen’ and Data Saving Mode in Instagram for Android users. Let’s checkout.

 

  • Nokia 2.2 – Most Affordable Android One:

    A new budget smartphone by HMD Global with Android One launched in India. This is the first time when the phone is launched in India instead of any other country. If we talk about the key specs of the Nokia 2.2, the phone carries a 13MP  primary camera on the polycarbonate back and a 5MP selfie camera, these AI-powered cameras will help you in taking amazing photographs and runs on MediaTek Helio A22. Apart from the camera and SoC part, the phone carries a 5.7″ notched display and some other features like a dedicated button for Google Assistant, Google Lens support. Moving on to the battery section then it carries 3000mAh battery with 5W charging through Micro-USB Port.New Nokia 2.2 As there is no fingerprint scanner for security so, Nokia 2.2 comes with Face Unlock feature which is quite impressive under this price range. The pre-booking of Nokia 2.2 has started from today whereas it will available on Flipkart and Nokia online store from 11th June. Now moving on the price range, the base variant of  Nokia 2.2 costs Rs. 7,699 which comes with 2Gigs of RAM and 16Gigs of Storage but for a limited period this price has cut down to Rs. 6,999 and the cut is for all the variants till 30th June. If we talk about the review then the Nokia 2.2 is a good option to buy because of all the essential specs and much affordable price. Let’s see the Quick Specifications of Nokia 2.2:New Nokia 2.2

    • Processor – MediaTek Helio A22
    • OS – Android 9.0 (Pie)
    • Display – 5.71″ HD+
    • Cameras – Front: 5MP | Rear: 13MP
    • RAM – 2GB | 3GB
    • Storage – 16GB | 32GB
    • Battery – 3000mAh
    • Price – Rs. 7,699 (Starting)
    • Colour Options – Tungsten Black and Steel

 

  • Asus Zenfone – Blocked By Delhi HC:

    Taiwanese company famous for its unmatched smartphones and laptops has to face difficulty in India. As per the Delhi HC, Asus can’t sell the phones or laptops with “Zen” in India. If we talk about the whole matter, then the company Telecare Network India Pvt Ltd has filed the case against Asus for using its trademark “Zen”.

    Under the brand “Zen” Telecare Network sells the smartphone in India. So, now Asus is stopped from selling any gadget with “Zen” branding. But no doubt all the services by Asus will remain unchanged for everyone. As the matter is not solved and Asus is going to launch it’s the latest flagship ZenFone 6 in India very soon so, will it be affected or not this will be the important thing.

 

  • Instagram Data Saver Mode – No 4G, No Problem:

    If we talk about the Facebook-owned Instagram, most of us use the platform for posting photographs and chatting. Sometimes the situation arrives when our network goes down or data speed is not up to that level, in that case, we have to wait for it or we simply close the app. But from now this problem can be cured easily and we will be able to use Instagram with slow connectivity with the help Data Saver feature which could be turned on from the settings. Instagram Data Saver ModeBy turning on, we will able to handle our data usage by our own like pre-loading of videos and high-resolution images will not take place automatically. By this feature, people will able to run Instagram in slow network areas as well without any interruption. This feature will be rolled out very soon this week for the Android users.

 

That’s all about the new Nokia 2.2 and Data Saver mode in Instagram.

 

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