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January 30, 2019 Off

OPPO opens new regional HUB in Dubai

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OPPO, a global smartphone brand, has opened its second regional hub within the UAE and will make Dubai its new centre for operations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.

December 6, 2018 Off

HMD Global’s Nokia 8.1 smartphone launched at AED1499 for UAE

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HMD Global launched Nokia 8.1 smartphone in Dubai UAE. The smartphone comes with the 20MP front camera for a selfie and comes with the dual camera on the back with bokeh. The phone has 6000 series aluminium body with 2.5 3D glass on the front and back. The smartphone has the “Bothie” mode which is known for Nokia smartphones. Priced at AED1499 and comes in 3 colours which makes the one of this best mid-range with high-end smartphones features.

November 20, 2018 Off

Samsung officially introduces the Galaxy A9 (2018) – Quad Camera Smartphone for UAE

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 Samsung Gulf Electronics today announced the new upgraded Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) during a media event at the Address Hotel in Dubai. Samsung Galaxy A9 would be the first smartphone with rear quad cameras for the Middle East region.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 comes with Andriod 8.0 (Oreo),  6GB RAM and 128GB ROM internal storage. It has Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 (Octa-Core (2.2GHz Quad + 1.8GHz Quad) processor.

October 7, 2018 Off

HMD Global’s Nokia 7.1 smartphone coming soon to UAE

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HMD Global launched the Nokia 7.1 smartphone in London and it is expected to launch around mid-October in UAE. It is a mid-range smartphone with high-end phone features. It has dual ZEISS lens camera with 12MP + 5MP with F2.4. The fingerprint sensor on the back of the smartphone and it has 4GB RAM and 64 GB ROM with Android One as OS which can be upgraded to Android Pie in the coming month.

July 24, 2018 Off

Samsung launches Galaxy J8 in the UAE Market

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Samsung launches Galaxy J8 smartphone with the infinity design philosophy for the UAE market. Consumers can buy the 32GB (AED999) or the 64GB (AED 1,199.00). Consumers now get nearly 15% more display area without increasing the overall size of the device