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Keeping Diwali festival in mind Lenovo introduces 2 budget smartphones in India

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New Delhi: After a hiatus of more than a year, Chinese technology company Lenovo on Tuesday launched its K9 smartphone in India for Rs 8,999 and A5 at a starting price of Rs 5,999.

Both the devices will be available only on Flipkart.

 

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“Over the past year, we have taken time to assess the robust India market to understand the changing dynamics of the consumer through our partnership with Flipkart. The K9 and A5 have been co-created using Flipkart’s insights and taking into consideration our customers’ dynamic requirements,” Edward Chang, Vice President, Lenovo, said in a statement.

The Lenovo K9 sports a 5.7-inch display with an aspect ratio of 18:9.

The device is fuelled by an 8-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM.

There are 13MP+5MP dual front and rear cameras with features like bokeh effect, auto-focus and flash for both front and rear shooters.

 

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A 3,000mAh battery powers the smartphone and the company has provided type-C charging.

The device runs Android 8.1 Oreo OS.

The Lenovo A5 comes with 5.45-inch HD 18:9 screen with 80.3 per cent screen-to-body ratio, the company said.

 

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It would be available in black and gold colours.

The company is offering the phone in 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM and 3GB RAM + 32GB memory variants.

There is a 4,000mAh battery with intelligent power-saving feature that ensures uninterrupted use of your phone throughout the day, the company claimed.

 

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Intelligence agency IB has been included in the campaign to find Vikas Dubey

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Now IB Kanpur, the country’s largest intelligence agency, will find out Vikas Dubey, who killed eight policemen. The IB has been involved in a campaign to locate Vikas Dubey.

Intelligence Bureau officials are assisting the Special Task Force (STF) of the Uttar Pradesh Police to find out the culprit Dubey. Sources say the Intelligence Bureau and Special Task Force suspect that the gangster may be hiding in the ravines of Chambal.

He has also sought help from the Madhya Pradesh Police to find out Dubey’s whereabouts. The history-sheeter of eight police personnel Vikas Dubey in Kanpur is still absconding. 1500 police personnel have been deployed in sixty teams for search.

There are 12 teams of Crime Branch and STF teams. There is a surveillance cell in every district. Police conducted a search operation in two dozen villages around Bikaru. A dozen of his locations in the city were raided but nothing has been known about him.

Meanwhile, one thing related to this case has come out which shows how the police personnel were killed in the village by conspiring. Actually, before the police team reached Bikaru village in the night, the lineman had cut off the electricity there. He did this at the behest of a policeman from Chaubepur police station.

According to police sources, the lineman has admitted that he had cut off the power. He was called by someone for this. This phone number is also derived from a policeman. Now the police is also investigating him.

According to information received from the sources, on the night of the incident, a call was received at the nearest power sub-station. The caller told himself to Chaubepur police station and asked him to stop supplying electricity to the feeder of Bikaru village. After this the lineman cut off the power. The criminals then played Khiladi in Bikaru village.

The number from which the lineman received the call has also been known. Now the police is investigating that call. Police officers are refusing to cut off electricity on their behalf during the raid. So now the question is arising whether the power was planned by the lineman and cut? After all, who is behind this conspiracy?

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