Get your hands on these hot gadgets, offers

We have prepared a list of the hottest gadgets which are availble in the market today
Get your hands on these hot gadgets, offers
(L) Lyf F1 and (R) Panasonic 4K TV


Samsung has launched the Galaxy On Nxt which is a mid-range smartphone with premium looks. Specs include an all-metallic design, 5.5 inch full HD display, octa-core processor, 3GB RA, 13MP/8MP cameras and a 3300mAh battery. Priced at Rs. 18,490 the device will be available exclusively on Flipkart.
Reliance has launched the Lyf F1 smartphone packing some interesting features including 4G VoLTE with carrier aggregation which translates to faster download speeds. Other features include a 5.5 inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 617 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB inbuilt storage and a dedicated memory card slot. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, priced at Rs.13,399 and will be available at Reliance Digital stores across India. 
Intex has launched Cloud Scan FP with fingerprint sensor for Rs.3,999 which makes it the most affordable smartphone to come with the fingerprint feature. It also packs a 5 inch display, 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP cameras and runs on Android 6.0. The phone is available on Snapdeal. 
10 GB 4G/3G data on a recharge of Rs.259 along with any new 4G handset. 1GB data will be instantly credited to the customer’s account and the additional 9 GB data can be claimed by using MyAirtel App. The data will be valid for 28 days and this offer is only valid for prepaid customers. 
Vodafone has made incoming calls free while roaming across India to all users on its network. Vodafone India customers, travelling anywhere in the country, can now receive incoming calls for free without opting for any special packs.
Now you can book an Uber or Ola cab directly from Google search thanks to a partnership between the companies. You can just search for Uber to airport or Ola to railway station and when you click the result, you will be directly taken to the relevant app to place your booking.
Panasonic has a launched a new range of 4K TVs in India priced between Rs.74,900 and Rs.3,10,000 under the DX 650 and DX 700 series ranging from 40 to 65 inches. The 4K TVs pack Hexa Chroma Drive Plus and IPS LED Super Bright Panel and aim to offer true-to-life picture quality. Panasonic aims to expand its 4K TV line-up and capture a market share of 10 per cent in the television category. 
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