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New phone Vivo X21 by www.Tetnology.com

New beat phone Vivo X21 Price in india 30th may Vivo X21 price in India is expected to be Rs. 35990. Vivo X21 is due to be launched in May, 2018. The 64GB variant costs around Rs. 35990. The Vivo X21 comes in multiple colour options like Black, Aurora White, Ruby Red which are also priced the same

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Best phone Price by www.Tetnology.com

Yet again, the OnePlus 6 is the definitive flagship killer. Launching just a few months after its 5T branded counterpart, the 6 offers up some much-needed, if subtle, improvements over its predecessor. In keeping almost the same cost as last year’s 5T (it’s only £20 more expensive) the firm has managed to plonk a 6.3in edge-to-edge AMOLED screen on the front, complete with an iPhone X-like notch. It now has Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor running things from the inside and has seen some improvements to its dual-camera setup on the…

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Nokia phone by www.Tetnology.com

New Best Phone Nokia This is the list of best Nokia phones that you can buy in India. We have listed recommended top Nokia phones across various price segments. Pick the Nokia phone as per your preference in terms of budget and features. The individual Nokia phone recommendations link to their in-depth reviews. You can click on the link to read reviews and also watch video reviews embedded inside the reviews. Nokia Lumia 1520 The Nokia Lumia 1520 is the current best Nokia smartphone in India. We recommend this phone…

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Apple phone by www.Tetnology.com

New mobile phone Apple We’ve updated our best iPhone list for 2018 because it isn’t an obvious choice for everyone. Apple launched three new iPhones late last year, including the pricey iPhone X. You have big decisions to make.

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Vivo V9+ by www.Tetnology.com

You can also compare Vivo V9 with other mobiles, set price … Price & details for this Vivo phone were last updated on 24th … The best price of Vivo V9

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Pixal 2 XL by www.Tetnology.com

Pixel 2 XL If pure Android is your OS of choice and money is no bar, the best phone in the market to get is the Google Pixel 2 XL. The Pixel 2 XL may have the same performance as every other flagship Android phone this year, but then Google phone more than makes up for it in the camera department. Both the rear and front facing cameras are superb. The phone also comes with a guaranteed early update to the next Android OS, as soon as it is available.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 by Tetnology.com

Best Android Mobile Phones in India Samsung Galaxy S9+ The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is an extremely powerful smartphone, but unlike the S9, this one’s meant for big screen lovers. …

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Oneplus6 by www. Tetnology.com

Short Discription Ulefone S7 was launched in May 2018 & runs on Android 7.0 OS. The Smartphone provides a host of connectivity options in terms of 3G, Wifi Bluetooth capabilities. The phone is available with 16 GB of internal storage. The Smartphone is powered by 1.3 GHz Quad core MediaTek MT6580A Processor. A 2GB of RAM ensures phone runs smoothly even the most memory intensive applications & still shows no signs of lag. 16 GB of internal storage can be expanded to 64 GB via a microSD card. The Phone…

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Technology 

Latest technology about charger.

Wireless Charging has had a hit-or-miss relationship with the mobile industry, dipping in and out of product ranges and flitting between spec sheet features and accessory status. However, the second half of 2017 and early 2018 has seen a major shift in the industry’s balance of power, led by Apple’s decision to pick a side. There are currently only two major groups producing wireless charging technologies for mobile products – the Wireless Power Consortium and the AirFuel Alliance (formerly A4WP and PMA). However there’s clearly a single dominant player when…

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Latest technology

Technology is everywhere–entwined in almost every part of our culture. It affects how we live, work, play, and most importantly learn. With mobile and other wireless devices like the IoT becoming an increasing requirement across every industry today, it only makes sense that our schools are also effectively deploying mobile technology in the classroom. However, for many schools, implementing the latest technology is a difficult strategy to navigate. Schools are on the fence about the use of certain mobile devices; thinking they’re more a burden than a strategic learning tool.

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