India has witnessed a major event this Wednesday as Amazon Prime Video was made available for Rs.499 per year. A couple of exclusive features were made available including 17 original series. This also means that people from the US can use this launch in order to have access to Amazon Prime for less than $1 per month; the only downside is that Amazon is censoring its content for Indian users.
To counteract Amazon Prime’s move to India, Netflix announced that Red Chillies Entertainment and Shah Rukh Khan will partner with them; the latter will feature Khan and Alia Bhatt.
The biggest news however excited a lot of iOS users following the release of Super Mario Run. Being free to download for a trial version and being available at Rs.620 to have access to its full content it’s basically the same Super Mario game but with some new clothes and tweaks for mobile devices. Android users will have to wait until the first quarter of 2017.
Another popular app that was earlier released in India was Pokemon Go. Being available on both Google Play and App store, Niantic paired with Reliance Jio to make it available for people across India. Reliance Digital Stores will be turned into PokeStops in order to make people from India step out and explore their neighborhoods.
Amid this week’s launches, people now have access to some interesting smartphones including the likes of two Nubia devices, namely the ZTE Nubia Z11 and ZTE Nubia 11. Being available for Rs. 29,999 respectively Rs.11,999 both of them Run Android 6.0 with tweaks by Nubia UI 4.0. Their display measures 5.5-inches with full HD resolutions. Both have 64GB of storage space but the only thing that sets them apart is a 1.8 GHz octa-core chip and 3GB of RAM on the N1 and a 2.1 GHz quad-core with 6GB of RAM on the Z11.
Other devices were launched this week including the likes of the Lenovo K6 Note which is available with two variants, namely 3GB of RAM/ 32 GB of storage and 4GB of RAM / 64 GB of storage. The most anticipated device however is the OnePlus 3T which is available for Rs. 29,999. Other devices which hit Indian markets this week include the Panasonic P88 which comes at Rs. 9,290, Gionee P7 at 9,999 and the Zen Admire Dragon at 5,290.
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