Nokia 2 price revealed in latest leak

Just a few days back HMD announced the brand new Nokia 7 and now the company is planning to announce another and it's 6th Nokia branded Smartphone Nokia 2 in the coming week.

We have already seen the Nokia 2 in a couple of leaks. With 4.7 - 5" display,  the Nokia 2 would feature Snapdragon 212 SoC clocked at 1.27 GHz, paired with 1GB RAM, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Today, we have a new leak confirming the price and arrival of the Nokia 2 in the US market. According to B&H e-commerce platform, the Nokia 2 is coming soon in the US markets and will be priced at $99.

(Via: Winfuture)

Nokia 7 vs Moto X4 - Which Should You Buy?

Recently announced Nokia 7 shares similar specs as the Motorola Moto X4. So, If you are confused between the two, watch the video below.

The Nokia 7 features a 5.2-inch FHD IPS display with huge chin but slim design. It is powered by the Snapdragon 630 SoC, 4/6GB of RAM, and 64/128GB of internal storage. The phone comes with Splashproof (IP54) ratings, and includes USB Type-C port, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. The phone runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

The attraction for the phone is it's "Bothie" feature, which was introduced along with the Nokia 8. It allows you to use both the front and the rear Camera's together. At the back, there is a single camera of 16MP with Zeiss optics along with an 5MP front-facing camera.

With the Moto X4, you get a 5.2-inch Full-HD glass layered display with 3D glass on top, Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 2.2 GHz octa-core processor, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage plus microSD support up to 256GB, Dual Pixel 12+8MP rear camera for the best low-light, zoom and blur background with enhanced image processing, 16MP front camera with Panoramic Selfie, 3000mAh battery with Turbo-charging, IP68 water and dust resistance, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Moto G4 Play is Getting New Update, No It's not Nougat!

Moto G4 Play is Getting New Update, No It's not Nougat!
We all know that Motorola is due to update the Moto G4 Play to Android 7.0 Nougat. Now, Motorola is now pushing a new software update for the Moto G4 Play with Build no. MPIS24.241-15.3-26 and it weighs in at around 78.8MB. Note that the device still remains on Android Marshmallow.

The update only contains August 2017 security patch, and it doesn't bring any new features whatsoever. While this update would have been more exciting if it had brought Nougat 7.1.1, which is already available for most of the eligible Moto devices.

The update is already rolling out to the users of Moto G4 Play in phases. If you did not receive the update wait for few days or try checking for it manually by heading over to system updates section in the Settings app. Make sure you've at least 50 percent juice left on your phone before updating it.

Also Read: You can now update your Moto G4 Play to Android 8.0 Oreo via Lineage OS 15. Android 8.0 Oreo comes with exciting new features. Check out this post on how to Install Android Oreo on Moto G4 Play.

Mi A1 Android One Firmware Ported to the Redmi Note 4

Mi A1 Android One Firmware Ported to the Redmi Note 4
Well, You can now Install Mi A1 Android One Firmware on the Redmi Note 4, Thanks to developer "GLokin666". Additionally, all aspects of the phone except Fingerprint and VoLTE are working as expected.

Mi A1 uses A/B system that the Pixel devices use. The A/B systems means that when the device gets an update it will be downloaded and installed on the second system partition and when you restart that second partition will swap to become System A instead of B to make the updating process seamless. The A/B system can probably be altered by editing Boot Image files.

You'll need to Unlock Bootloader and Install TWRP Custom Recovery in-order to Install the Android One Firmware on  Redmi Note 4 Mido. You can grab the Custom Rom ZIP file from below.

The Firmware is based on Google's latest Android 7.1.2 Nougat. Additionally, Google plans to roll Android 8.0 Oreo update to Mi A1 by end of 2017, this also means that the Redmi Note 4 will also get Android 8.0 Oreo via Port.

5 Tips you need to know about internet security

5 Tips you need to know about internet security
As you all know, Internet security plays a vital role in keeping our devices safe from online threats of any kind. Which, as we all noticed by now, are becoming more and more frequent. Not to mention very dangerous. By the way things look, hackers won't stop too soon from affecting our lives and the way our gadgets perform. If we don't know how to protect ourselves and our PCs, tablets or smartphone against malicious software, we risk losing all the important data stored on them.

Individual users and companies, no matter if big or small, should pay extra attention to Internet security. After all, this makes the difference between a well-protected computer and one risking major damage. The Internet is a very dangerous place nowadays. If we don't know how to stay safe when using it, we'll leave the door open to all sorts of dangers.

All of this might sound scary, but there's a silver lining to it. We can stay protected from harm if we follow a list of simple rules. In today's post we're going to discuss 5 tips you need to know about Internet security. Read all about them and you won't have to worry about a thing anymore! Off we go.

Use a different password for your social media accounts

The temptation to use the same password for our Twitter, Facebook and other accounts can be quite big for many of us. The important thing here is to resist it every time it comes up. Otherwise hackers will find a quick way to figure it out and login to your social media profiles via this password. Using different and complex passwords is the best thing you can do. Password managers come in very handy in situations like these. LastPass and KeePass are only two of the best options you can look for online and try out for a while.

Another good idea here is to see if the accounts you're registered to have multi-factor authentication. If they do, use that and you'll feel way more secure than if they didn't.

Make sure the sites you visit use HTTPS

Hackers love it when we access Internet pages that start with HTTP. The latter is already obsolete because it's been proven to do a lot of damage from a security viewpoint. Websites containing the HTTPS we mentioned combine the HTTP - or Hypertext Transfer Protocol - with something called a Secure Socket Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol.
In other words: you're offered strong encryption whenever a session between the browser you're using and a web server happens. This helps a lot when you're buying something online, for instance.

Be extra careful when using public Wi-Fi

Do you like to work from the park or a coffee shop? Then you'll most likely use their free Wi-Fi. This is going to make hackers very happy. Why? Because every time you open a website in your favorite place, you'll give them access to your device's most important data.
To avoid this from affecting you, too, we have a tip for you: before using public Wi-Fi, go to your computer. From there, disable the option called file sharing. Also, make sure you're connected to a VPN before opening a site that requires a password from you.

Choose strong Internet security solutions

Compared to your usual antivirus package, Internet security suites come with better protection for your computer. Especially against phishing, ransomware and other modern-day online threats. You can find out more about it and how to select the best option for you from here.

Remove suspicious emails

If you're at work and you notice unsolicited emails, chances are they contain dangerous attachments. Once you open them and click the suspicious links inside, you'll expose your PC to online threats. Better stay as far away as possible from going through any of that. Your company's IT department needs to be notified asap. They'll know how to deal with this kind of problem.
Dealing with online threats isn't so hard nowadays. There are many ways to prevent you from falling prey to hackers. If you want to keep your beloved devices as safe as possible, take a look at the 5 tips you need to know about Internet security!

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