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  • Chinese handset maker Oppo has started sending media invites confirming F5 smartphone India launch on November 2. As expected, the all-new Oppo F5 will be featuring a display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The new Oppo smartphone, much like other devices from the company, will be targeted at selfie-obsessed users.The media invite shows thin bezels of the upcoming Oppo F5, and has a tagline that says, "Capture the real you." The invite also says selfie expert which confirms the smartphone's biggest highlight could be the front camera.Recent reports have indicated that the upcoming Oppo F5 will be made available in five countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam apart from India. Rumours suggest that the Oppo F5 will sport full-HD+ screen resolution which turns to 1080x2160 pixels.One of the software features being expected on the F5 is AI-enabled selfie enhancement tool that's likely to come built-in the handset. We can expect to hear m..

    Oppo F5 India Launch Set for November 2: Expected Specifications

    Chinese handset maker Oppo has started sending media invites confirming F5 smartphone India launch on November 2. As expected, the all-new Oppo F5 will be featuring a display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The new Oppo smartphone, much like other devices from the company, will be targeted at selfie-obsessed users.The media invite shows thin bezels of the upcoming Oppo F5, and has a tagline that says, "Capture the real you." The invite also says selfie expert which confirms the smartphone's biggest highlight could be the front camera.Recent reports have indicated that the upcoming Oppo F5 will be made available in five countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam apart from India. Rumours suggest that the Oppo F5 will sport full-HD+ screen resolution which turns to 1080x2160 pixels.One of the software features being expected on the F5 is AI-enabled selfie enhancement tool that's likely to come built-in the handset. We can expect to hear m..
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  • India's Reserve Bank is unlikely to follow further monetary loosening in the near future as inflation is set to rise again amid signs of a rebound in economic activity, Shilan Shah, an economist at Capital Economics, said. Headline inflation held steady at 3.3 percent in September, data from the Central Statistics Office showed on October 12. In September, the slowdown in food inflation was offset by rises in both fuel price inflation and core inflation, the economist observed. The headline inflation rate remained comfortably inside the Reserve Bank's target range. "But the further increase in the core inflation measure will be noted by policymakers," Shah noted. While food prices tend to be volatile, it seems more likely than not that core inflation will rise further, he said. Capacity utilization rates are tightening in the economy and there is a risk that excessive liquidity in the banking sector could seep into inflation - the RBI has had to increase its open marke..

    India Unlikely To Loosen Policy As Inflation Set To Rise Further

    India's Reserve Bank is unlikely to follow further monetary loosening in the near future as inflation is set to rise again amid signs of a rebound in economic activity, Shilan Shah, an economist at Capital Economics, said. Headline inflation held steady at 3.3 percent in September, data from the Central Statistics Office showed on October 12. In September, the slowdown in food inflation was offset by rises in both fuel price inflation and core inflation, the economist observed. The headline inflation rate remained comfortably inside the Reserve Bank's target range. "But the further increase in the core inflation measure will be noted by policymakers," Shah noted. While food prices tend to be volatile, it seems more likely than not that core inflation will rise further, he said. Capacity utilization rates are tightening in the economy and there is a risk that excessive liquidity in the banking sector could seep into inflation - the RBI has had to increase its open marke..
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  • Chinese handset maker Oppo has started sending media invites confirming F5 smartphone India launch on November 2. As expected, the all-new Oppo F5 will be featuring a display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The new Oppo smartphone, much like other devices from the company, will be targeted at selfie-obsessed users.The media invite shows thin bezels of the upcoming Oppo F5, and has a tagline that says, "Capture the real you." The invite also says selfie expert which confirms the smartphone's biggest highlight could be the front camera.Recent reports have indicated that the upcoming Oppo F5 will be made available in five countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam apart from India. Rumours suggest that the Oppo F5 will sport full-HD+ screen resolution which turns to 1080x2160 pixels.One of the software features being expected on the F5 is AI-enabled selfie enhancement tool that's likely to come built-in the handset. We can expect to hear m..

    Oppo F5 India Launch Set for for November 2: Expected Specifications

    Chinese handset maker Oppo has started sending media invites confirming F5 smartphone India launch on November 2. As expected, the all-new Oppo F5 will be featuring a display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The new Oppo smartphone, much like other devices from the company, will be targeted at selfie-obsessed users.The media invite shows thin bezels of the upcoming Oppo F5, and has a tagline that says, "Capture the real you." The invite also says selfie expert which confirms the smartphone's biggest highlight could be the front camera.Recent reports have indicated that the upcoming Oppo F5 will be made available in five countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam apart from India. Rumours suggest that the Oppo F5 will sport full-HD+ screen resolution which turns to 1080x2160 pixels.One of the software features being expected on the F5 is AI-enabled selfie enhancement tool that's likely to come built-in the handset. We can expect to hear m..
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  • India's consumer price inflation held steady in September, defying expectations for an acceleration, preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office showed Thursday. The consumer price index climbed 3.28 percent year-on-year, same as in August, which was revised from 3.36 percent. Economists had expected inflation to accelerate for a third straight month to 3.53 percent. Food price inflation eased to 1.25 percent from 1.52 percent. On a month-on-month basis, the CPI declined 0.15 percent and food prices fell 1.36 percent in September.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    India Consumer Price Inflation Steady In September

    India's consumer price inflation held steady in September, defying expectations for an acceleration, preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office showed Thursday. The consumer price index climbed 3.28 percent year-on-year, same as in August, which was revised from 3.36 percent. Economists had expected inflation to accelerate for a third straight month to 3.53 percent. Food price inflation eased to 1.25 percent from 1.52 percent. On a month-on-month basis, the CPI declined 0.15 percent and food prices fell 1.36 percent in September.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • India's industrial production in August grew more-than-economists expected, led by strong output in mining and electricity sectors, preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office showed Thursday. Industrial production grew 4.3 percent year-on-year in August, which was much faster than the 2.6 percent gain economists had predicted. The July growth in production was revised to 0.94 percent from 1.2 percent reported initially. In August, mining output increased 9.4 percent year-on-year, manufacturing grew 3.1 percent and electricity production rose 8.3 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    India Industrial Production Grows More Than Expected

    India's industrial production in August grew more-than-economists expected, led by strong output in mining and electricity sectors, preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office showed Thursday. Industrial production grew 4.3 percent year-on-year in August, which was much faster than the 2.6 percent gain economists had predicted. The July growth in production was revised to 0.94 percent from 1.2 percent reported initially. In August, mining output increased 9.4 percent year-on-year, manufacturing grew 3.1 percent and electricity production rose 8.3 percent.The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • India Sep Inflation Stable At 3.28%, Consensus 3.53% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *India Sep Inflation Stable At 3.28%, Consensus 3.53%

    India Sep Inflation Stable At 3.28%, Consensus 3.53% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • India Aug Industrial Production Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 2.6% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com

    *India Aug Industrial Production Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 2.6%

    India Aug Industrial Production Rises 4.3% On Year, Consensus 2.6% The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.com
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  • MUMBAI -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kicked off India's race to turn all new light-vehicle sales electric by 2030. The largest order has gone to a company that hasn't commercially started producing the vehicles. Tata Motors hasn't sold a single electric car yet, though CEO Guenter Butschek says its late-mover status is an advantage at a time when technology advances are leading to a fall in costs. Tata along with Mahindra and Mahindra -- India's sole electric carmaker that plans to boost its vehicle manufacturing capacity to 5,000 units a month -- underscore the distance to be covered when compared with China and the U.S. Ramping up production of electric vehicles in a country where automakers sell 2.5 million fossil fuel powered units annually is just one part of the problem, finding uninterrupted power supply is another. In addition, nonexistent charging infrastructure further widens the gap between India and China, the current global leader. It had 336,00..

    India’s order for 10,000 EVs highlights hurdles facing nation’s market

    MUMBAI -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kicked off India's race to turn all new light-vehicle sales electric by 2030. The largest order has gone to a company that hasn't commercially started producing the vehicles. Tata Motors hasn't sold a single electric car yet, though CEO Guenter Butschek says its late-mover status is an advantage at a time when technology advances are leading to a fall in costs. Tata along with Mahindra and Mahindra -- India's sole electric carmaker that plans to boost its vehicle manufacturing capacity to 5,000 units a month -- underscore the distance to be covered when compared with China and the U.S. Ramping up production of electric vehicles in a country where automakers sell 2.5 million fossil fuel powered units annually is just one part of the problem, finding uninterrupted power supply is another. In addition, nonexistent charging infrastructure further widens the gap between India and China, the current global leader. It had 336,00..
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  • Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the company's first smartphone with 6GB RAM, has received yet another price cut in India. The handset will be now retailing at for Rs. 29,900 and can be purchased via Samsung's e-store or other e-commerce websites. Back in June, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro received its first price cut which brought the price down to Rs. 31,900 from launch price of Rs. 36,900. With the current price revision, the C9 Pro has received further Rs. 2,000 discount. The price cut was first tipped by Mumbai-based offline retailer Mahesh Telecom on Twitter.To recall its specifications, the dual-SIM (Nano+Nano) 4G-enabled Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (Review) sports a 6-inch full HD (1080x1920) AMOLED display, and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 SoC, with four cores clocked at 1.95GHz and the rest at 1.4GHz. In terms of optics, the Galaxy C9 Pro packs a 16-megapixel camera on both front and rear ends. The rear 16-megapixel camera comes with an aperture of f/1.9 and a d..

    Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Price Cut in India Again

    Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the company's first smartphone with 6GB RAM, has received yet another price cut in India. The handset will be now retailing at for Rs. 29,900 and can be purchased via Samsung's e-store or other e-commerce websites. Back in June, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro received its first price cut which brought the price down to Rs. 31,900 from launch price of Rs. 36,900. With the current price revision, the C9 Pro has received further Rs. 2,000 discount. The price cut was first tipped by Mumbai-based offline retailer Mahesh Telecom on Twitter.To recall its specifications, the dual-SIM (Nano+Nano) 4G-enabled Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (Review) sports a 6-inch full HD (1080x1920) AMOLED display, and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 SoC, with four cores clocked at 1.95GHz and the rest at 1.4GHz. In terms of optics, the Galaxy C9 Pro packs a 16-megapixel camera on both front and rear ends. The rear 16-megapixel camera comes with an aperture of f/1.9 and a d..
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  • Samsun has quietly revealed its new budget J-Series smartphone, the 2017 edition of Galaxy J2. The all-new Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) is now listed on the company's India website without a price, indicating it will be made available soon in the country.The Samsung website has a "Where to buy" option, which is currently disabled. A popular Mumbai-based offline retailer Mahesh Telecom has claimed that the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) has been launched, and is priced at Rs. 7,390. Considering the offline retailer usually makes bang-on claims about Samsung's new handsets, we can expect the Galaxy J2 (2017) pricing to be officially announced soon. We've reached out to the company for comment.The Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) is being touted to come with Smart Manager for automatic memory management which will help delete duplicate images on the device automatically, and also delete saved APK files. The smartphone also comes with Ultra Data Saving mode that the company claims can help ..

    Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) With 4.7-Inch Display Goes Official in India, Price Tipped

    Samsun has quietly revealed its new budget J-Series smartphone, the 2017 edition of Galaxy J2. The all-new Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) is now listed on the company's India website without a price, indicating it will be made available soon in the country.The Samsung website has a "Where to buy" option, which is currently disabled. A popular Mumbai-based offline retailer Mahesh Telecom has claimed that the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) has been launched, and is priced at Rs. 7,390. Considering the offline retailer usually makes bang-on claims about Samsung's new handsets, we can expect the Galaxy J2 (2017) pricing to be officially announced soon. We've reached out to the company for comment.The Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017) is being touted to come with Smart Manager for automatic memory management which will help delete duplicate images on the device automatically, and also delete saved APK files. The smartphone also comes with Ultra Data Saving mode that the company claims can help ..
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