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According to a reliable source, as claimed by Gadgets360, Samsung Galaxy S8 would be available in India starting from May 5 for a MRP of Rs 62,600. Both devices are water and dust (IP68)-resistant. The front camera is 8MP with Smart auto-focus and f/1.7 aperture. It may have a few new features the help improve photos, but ultimately, it's the same sensor.
  • Samsung's explosive Galaxy Note 7 to return from the dead

    Samsung's explosive Galaxy Note 7 to return from the dead

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    Elsewhere, there has been a lots of talk about Samsung increasing the specs in the Galaxy Note 8, with the key being distinguishing the device from the existing Galaxy S8. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is in news once again but this time it is not related to any new explosion. "We aim to push the boundaries of what's possible in the name of a better, smarter, more exciting experience for our consumers".
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    There was a noticeable police presence at the Dawn Service , but Noosa officer in charge Senior Sergeant Steve McReight, who attended the ceremony, said there had been no extra security concerns. One friend told me the war happened years ago and doesn't have any effect on the world today. Pilot Officer Shaun McGill at the 2017 Anzac Day National Ceremony.
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    A separate update will deal with the inability to connect to certain high-speed Wi-Fi networks used by a local carrier and doesn't mean there is a hardware issue with the S8, Samsung said . After the issues they had with the Galaxy Note 7, a company this devoted to keeping their customer base deserves numbers like this. Samsung is keen on avoiding battery issues at all costs and it may be the reason as to why S8, S8 Plus doesn't work with older charging pads.
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    New Sonic Forces™ Video Showcases

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    Eggman won.While Sonic was absent, Dr. Eggman managed to conquer the world with his seemingly invulnerable army, thanks to a mysterious power which can control space-time. You can check out the cool new gameplay footage below. In nearly every entry, this stage is featured in one way or another, mostly as the first stage.
  • Beware of Bogus Cancer Treatments, FDA Says

    Beware of Bogus Cancer Treatments, FDA Says

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    Stearn added, "We encourage people to remain vigilant whether online or in a store, and avoid purchasing products marketed to treat cancer without any proof they will work". The products targeted by today's warning come in many forms, including pills, topical creams, ointments, oils, drops, syrups, teas and "diagnostic" devices, the FDA said.
  • 'Maoists used villagers as human shields in Sukma'

    'Maoists used villagers as human shields in Sukma'

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    President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior leaders across political parties have condemned the attack on the CRPF jawans and expressed their condolences to the families of the deceased.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Users Report Wireless Charging Problems

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    New problem with the Galaxy S8! When a Galaxy S8 is placed on a fast charging pad for Galaxy S7, for example, a message blinks alerting the user that an irregular charge has been detected along with another "Wireless charging paused" notification at the bottom of the screen.
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    The iPhone 8 is expected on the 10th anniversary device this fall. Nikkei also says that the wireless charging components are also causing production bottlenecks with "Apple and its suppliers ... The third new phone is the one everyone is anticipating, the "iPhone 8" (again unconfirmed name). Samsung is pinning its hopes on its flagship smartphone offering, which is now available for pre-order in New Zealand and will be in shops here on May 5, after the Note 7 debacle past year.