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Smartphone maker Panasonic launches Eluga Ray 800 for Rs 9,999 in India

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New Delhi: Smartphone maker Panasonic on Tuesday refreshed its Eluga series in India with the Eluga Ray 800 for Rs 9,999.

The device is powered by an 1.8GHz Octa core processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory which is expandable up to 128GB.

“The Eluga Ray 800 bundles a number of exciting features such as stylish looks, extended battery life and AI Arbo Hub – our one stop app to make life easier at an extremely affordable price,” Panasonic India Business Head-Mobility Division Pankaj Rana said in a statement.

 

Panasonic refreshes Eluga series in India by rolling out Ray 800 at Rs 9,999:

 

A big 4000mAh battery powers the phone that has a 5.5-inch full HD display with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass on top.

The smartphone sports a 13MP Auto Focus (AF) rear camera and an 8MP front camera with flash.

The device runs on Android 7.0 operating system (OS) and supports features such as the multi-window function.

Connectivity options include dual SIM slots (non-hybrid), direct Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

 

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India to sale only three wheel electric vehicles by 2023

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New Delhi: The Government of India has taken initiative to reduce air pollution with idea of manufacturing three wheel electric vehicles. Orders have been given to auto mobile industry to start sale of three wheel electric vehicles by 2023.

Two wheeler with engine capacity of 150cc, which are coming out of showroom has to come in power by electricity from April 2025.

 

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A high level government panel is willing to reduce vehicular pollution for bringing major changes in the country. More than two crore units of vehicles are sold annually, which creates traffic of more than 3 quarter in India.

This decision will not impact the registration of vehicles up to cut-off date as they would already be in action.

 

Only three-wheeler electric vehicles to play on roads by 2023:

 

The Government will provide 4-6 years transition window during which they will provided auto industry some time so that they can recover large amount of money which they will be spending in manufacturing BS-VI complaint vehicles from April next year.

Inter ministerial steering committee Niti Aayog and CEO Amitabh Kant is giving deadline to auto industry for delivering vehicles, school and city buses.

 

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Though, auto mobile industry will find it difficult to complete their work within given time limit.

The committee is putting all their efforts to double subsidy and to make electric three wheelers to Rs 20000 per kilo watt hour so that it could become as affordable as fossil fuel.

Government is contemplating to give strict fuel efficiency rules for petrol and diesel vehicles. The government is also providing financial and other concession for electric segment.

 

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