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Updated by Benny Singh on May 27, 2018
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Motorola is ready to unveil its Moto Z2 Force flagship smartphone in India on February 15, 2018. The handset was initially launched back in July 2017 and is now making it’s way to the Indian market – a delay of over six months.No pricing details for the country has been disclosed, but we can expect it to be somewhere around the $750.

Andromeda – Substratum add-on which enables rootless mode for stock Android Oreo devices (8.0+) is currently available for ($0.99) – that’s 50% off the original price. For our Indian readers, this will cost you ₹65.00.

A few days back Essential officially reveals that due to some stability issues they have suspended the Android Oreo v8.0 update and now the device will directly get the version 8.1 with all the issues resolved.

Xiaomi has started pushing out the MIUI 9.5 update to the Redmi Note 3 for the users in India. This update brings many new features and bug fixes.

Sony has started taking pre-orders for its newly launched flagship smartphones - Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact in the US. The company is asking $799.99 for the Xperia XZ2  and $649.99 for the XZ2 Compact. In both cases, $0 tax is collected outside of NY and NJ.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is rolling out with a new firmware update. The update installs the Android Security Patch for the month of March to the device

Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 (original) have started receiving the Android Oreo v8.1 update. The update also brings the Android Security patch for the month of March along with it.

Xiaomi puts an end to all the rumors and officially lifted the veil of the all-new Mi Mix 2s smartphone. The device comes with a dual camera setup, a new chipset and supports a metal frame and ceramic body.

Dubbed as HTC U12+, the smartphone comes with all the latest specifications that you expect from this year’s flagship device (IP68 Certification as well). This new device features a 6” Super LCD6 display which supports HDR10 and DCI-P3. It’s a tall 18:9 screen with 1,440 x 2,280 pixel resolution (537ppi).