Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 may not launch in India in February, March launch possible

first_imgXiaomi Redmi Note 7 may not launch in India in February, March launch possibleRumours suggest that the Redmi Note 7 Pro will be priced between CNY 1,399 – 1,499, which translates to Rs 14,600 – 15,700.advertisement Sneha Saha New DelhiFebruary 7, 2019UPDATED: February 7, 2019 11:05 IST HIGHLIGHTSSome new reports now reveal that Xiaomi may take some more time to bring the Redmi Note 7 to India.The Redmi Note 7 India launch may have been delayed by another month.This means that the Redmi Note 7 may not launch in India before March.If you have been eagerly waiting for the Redmi Note 7 looks like Xiaomi wants you to have more patience and wait for some more time. Rumours until now suggested that Xiaomi will launch the Redmi Note 7 in India this month, that is in February. But some new reports now reveal that Xiaomi may take some more time to bring the Redmi Note 7 to India. Last week sources close to India Today Tech revealed that Xiaomi may take some time to launch the Redmi Note 7 in India.A report coming from Mysmartprice in partnership with Indian tipster Ishan Agarwal suggests that the Redmi Note 7 India launch may have been delayed by another month. This means that the Redmi Note 7 may not launch in India before March. Having said that there could be high chances that Xiaomi may directly bring the Redmi Note 7 Pro instead of Redmi Note 7.Xiaomi is expected to launch the Redmi Note 7 Pro in China this month, in February itself. The company is yet to reveal the exact launch details of the smartphone, but considering the unending rumours about Redmi Note 7 Pro flooding the internet the phone is expected to launch very soon, possibly in a few more weeks or so.Ahead of the launch, almost everything has been revealed about the Redmi Note 7 Pro. Xiaomi, however, is yet to confirm these details. Rumours suggest that the Pro version will also come with a 48MP camera but will use Sony IMX 586 sensor unlike the Note 7. The Redmi Note 7 also comes with 48MP main rear camera paired with Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 sensor.advertisementAs for the looks and display the Redmi Note 7 Pro will be similar to the Redmi Note 7. The Pro version is said to come with gradient finish and glass back like the Note 7. The Note 7 Pro is said to come with waterdrop notch which means the phone will have a bigger screen-to-body ratio and offer better viewing experience. The Redmi Note 7 Pro is rumoured to come with a 6.3-inch full-HD+ LTPS display with screen resolution of 1080×2340 pixels and aspect ratio of 19.5:9.On the hardware front, the Redmi Note 7 Pro is said to be powered by Snapdragon 675 chipset and not Snapdragon 660 SoC that powers the Note 7. Some rumours suggest that the Redmi Note 7 Pro will come packed with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. We believe this could one model, there could be other variants too.Ahead of the launch, the expected price of the Redmi Note 7 Pro has also been revealed. Rumours suggest that the Redmi Note 7 Pro will be priced between CNY 1,399 – 1,499, which translates to Rs 14,600 – 15,700.ALSO READ | Xiaomi Mi Sports Shoes 2 launched in India for Rs 2,499, but you can’t buy it right nowALSO READ | Xiaomi Mi 9 leaks, sparks debate on fingerprint sensorALSO READ | Xiaomi slashes Redmi 6A, Redmi 6 and Redmi 6 Pro India price, but for limited periodGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow XiaomiFollow RedmiFollow Redmi Note 7Follow androidlast_img read more

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After Davos UN paves way forward in addressing most pressing global challenges

2015 is set to be a critical year for the UN and its Member States as they confront the imminent deadline for achieving the landmark Millennium Development Goals (MDG), lay the foundation of the proposed sustainable development goals (SDGs) and work to achieve a meaningful global agreement at the end-of-year Paris climate conference in an effort to ensure that no one is left behind. In addition, the energetic debate around the future SDGs is widely considered to be a chance to reflect on the international community’s successes and failures, and invest in resilience by placing the most vulnerable, especially children, at the centre of the UN’s forward-looking efforts in elaborating a post-2015 agenda. According to the Organization, this means shifting from an agenda that prioritizes the more achievable targets, to a universal agenda that prioritizes tackling vulnerability, by identifying and mitigating risks. This is our collective and ambitious vision for the fight against poverty.“The new development agenda is about identifying vulnerable groups and risks, mobilising new change-makers, empowering women and building resilience,” affirmed Assistant Secretary-General Thomas Gass.At the heart of the UN’s efforts, however, lies a critical need to create solidarity movements that connect citizens together across the globe, build resilience in communities and tackle fragility through new partnerships between governments, the private sector and citizens themselves. To that point, the UN is tapping into new technologies to build and drive movements of young people who are rising up to make their voices heard. Citizen-sparked campaigns fuelled by digital media, for instance, are helping to drive social movements which are ushering a new era of partnerships and political change.Among the inclusionary campaigns launched by the UN at Davos, UN Women’s HeForShe IMPACT 10X10X10 generated particular enthusiasm as it begins its focus on engaging governments, businesses and universities to make concrete commitments to advance women’s empowerment. At the same time, other initiatives, such as the #NoLostGeneration campaign, will help direct public attention towards those millions of children affected by the Syria crisis by harnessing breakthrough technologies. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) office in Jordan, for example, partnered with video artist and filmmaker, Chris Milk, to produce Clouds Over Sidra – a virtual reality experience that transports viewers to a Syrian refugee camp. By leveraging breakthrough technologies, such as virtual reality, UNICEF and partners can create solidarity with those who are normally excluded and overlooked, amplifying their voices and explaining their situations in compelling ways. These partnerships also signify a new shift in communication and the use of technology for development with a focus on creating empathetic immersive experiences and engaging new audiences. It is hoped that projects such as this will add to the discourse, amplifying people’s voices and inspiring leaders to make bold commitments first at Davos and throughout the year. read more

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