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Redmi 5 India Launch Date Expected as February 14 as Xiaomi Sends Media Invites

Xiaomi has sent out media invites for the launch of the company’s first product in India for 2018. With a big ‘5’ logo on the
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FPI Net Inflow At Rs. 5,200 Crore In January So Far

FPIs put in a net amount of Rs. 2,172 crore in equities during January 1-12. New Delhi: Foreign investors have pumped in over Rs.
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The 5 Diverging Ways Luxury Brands Approach E-Commerce in China

Thirty-five percent of Chinese customers are already accustomed to purchasing luxury goods online, according to a white paper published by Tencent, Secoo, and Deloitte. Even when
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Infinix Zero 5 Pro Review

HIGHLIGHTS The Infinix Zero 5 Pro sports a 5.98-inch display It is powered by a Helio P25 processor and has 6GB of RAM It
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Redmi Note 5 Listed Online Once Again, Launch Date Likely to Be Close

Redmi Note 5 is widely expected to be the next smartphone in Xiaomi’s lineup, and it seems the launch may not be too far away. The successor
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MIUI 9 Rollout: How to Download and Install on Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, Redmi 4, Mi Max 2, Mi MIX 2, Mi 6, Mi 5, and Mi 5s Plus

How to download and install MIUI 9 HIGHLIGHTS MIUI 9 Global Stable ROM is available for select devices Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Mi
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OnePlus 5 to Live on at a Lower Price? What OnePlus Co-Founders Have to Say

OnePlus co-founders Pete Lau (L) and Carl Pei (R). Photo taken with a OnePlus 5T using portrait mode. HIGHLIGHTS Gadgets 360 spoke with Pete
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5 Reasons Brands Have Never Been More Challenged

It’s tempting when consulting Millward Brown’s latest BrandZ report to believe that U.S. brands have never been stronger. With some of the impressive valuation figures contained in
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OnePlus 5T review: Takes the best of OnePlus 5 and makes it even better

he OnePlus 5T, it’s safe to say, is the best phone in the market for most of the people. Even more so if you’re
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OnePlus 5 Top Selling Premium Smartphone in India: IDC

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has almost doubled its market share in the premium smartphone segment (above $400, or roughly Rs. 26,000) in India, capturing 28 percent