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No longer Nokia: HMD Global will release its own smartphones in April at an “aggressive” price

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HMD Global holds the license to sell Nokia-branded phones around the world. Although the company initially had a good start, sales gradually declined due to an inconsistent launch strategy and high prices. Now HMD Global is going to release smartphones under its own brand. Information has appeared on the network about the exact launch date of the first of them.

No longer Nokia: HMD Global will release its own smartphones in April at an “aggressive” price

The details were shared by the thematic resource 91mobiles with reference to its own industry sources. HMD Global will reportedly launch its own-branded devices in India by April 2024. At the same time, until 2026 it is planned to sell both phones under the Nokia and HMD brands.

HMD Global is going to pursue an “aggressive” pricing policy and focus on online sales platforms such as Amazon and Flipkart. First, budget and mid-range phones will be presented, and the range will gradually expand to flagship models.

HMD Global also plans to offer more OS updates compared to its competitors; phones will ship with stock Android OS without additional skins.

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Three cheap smartphones and all without AMOLED. Infinix Hot 40 lineup unveiled

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Three cheap smartphones and all without AMOLED Infinix Hot 40

In addition to the ultra-cheap Smart 8 HD smartphone, Infinix also presented a whole line of budget models: Hot 40.

Three cheap smartphones and all without AMOLED.  Infinix Hot 40 lineup unveiled

It includes the junior model Hot 40i, basic Hot 40 and Hot 40 Pro. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but the company says they’ll all cost less than $200.

Three cheap smartphones and all without AMOLED.  Infinix Hot 40 lineup unveiled

Hot 40 Pro, as expected, looks the most interesting. There is a camera with a resolution of 108 megapixels, a 120 Hz screen, and 8/128 or 8/256 GB of memory. The device is also equipped with a 5000 mAh battery with 33-watt charging, Helio G99 SoC and a 6.78-inch Full HD+ display.

The Hot 40 is similar to the older model, but it has a screen with a frame rate of 90 Hz, is based on the Helio G88 and a 50 MP camera. The remaining parameters are identical.

Three cheap smartphones and all without AMOLED.  Infinix Hot 40 lineup unveiled

The younger model Hot 40i is more different. The heart here is the less productive SoC Unisoc T606, the basic amount of RAM is 4 GB, although there is also a version with 8 GB, the screen here has HD+ resolution with a diagonal of 6.56 inches and supports a frame rate of 90 Hz, and charging power is limited to 18 W. Other parameters are the same as Hot 40.

It is also worth noting that all models received IPS screens.

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This ultra-cheap $75 smartphone offers a “premium” design and a 90Hz screen. Infinix Smart 8 HD unveiled

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This ultra cheap 75 smartphone offers a premium design and a

Infinix has announced the Smart 8 HD smartphone with a price of just $75. At the same time, the device is equipped much better than many smartphones priced at $100-120.

This ultra-cheap $75 smartphone offers a

But it’s worth starting not even with this, but with design. As you can see, Infinix does not betray itself and even made an ultra-budget smartphone so that it stands out: the back cover seems to have a relief pattern. The company itself even uses the expression “premium design,” but this, of course, is on its conscience.

This ultra-cheap $75 smartphone offers a

From a technical point of view, the device is not bad, and for such a price it is very good. It is based on the Unisoc T606 SoC, which scores about 240,000 points in AnTuTu 10. There is 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash memory, a 13-megapixel main camera and a 5000 mAh battery. And the 6.6-inch screen with HD+ resolution also supports a frame rate of 90 Hz. In addition, there is an element that imitates the Dynamic Island of the iPhone.

It remains to add that the dimensions here are 164 x 75.6 x 8.5 mm with a weight of 184 g.

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The only modern smartphone to receive 10 points for repairability from iFixit. Fairphone 5 is very easy to disassemble

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The only modern smartphone to receive 10 points for repairability

iFixit specialists disassembled the Fairphone 5 smartphone to assess its repairability. Like its predecessor, the new product has the maximum.

The only modern smartphone to receive 10 points for repairability from iFixit.  Fairphone 5 is very easy to disassemble

Fairphone smartphones stand out for a number of features: very long support, modular design and the ability to buy and replace these same modules yourself and, as a consequence of the latter, excellent maintainability. According to iFixit, this is 10 points out of 10 possible.

The smartphone has a removable back plastic cover, a battery that can be easily removed like smartphones of the past, many modular components, from the USB-C port to the camera unit, various pointers to simplify the assembly process, and so on.

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