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Top 6 Best upcoming Mobile Phones in INDIA.

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A number of new and upcoming mobile phones in India have been announced recently, making the list of best upcoming phones coming soon to India, quite interesting. These latest upcoming smartphones offer the newest innovations in mobile technology. So here list of the best upcoming phones in India. More importantly these upcoming smartphones in India will also feature the latest mobile hardware and software, which would make your investment that much better.

The best upcoming smartphones in India.

1. GOOGLE PIXEL 4A

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : 5.81″ (1080×2340)
Camera : 12 | 8 MP
RAM : 6 GB
Battery : 3080 mAh
Operating system : Android
Soc : Qualcomm SDM730 Snapdragon 730
Processor : Octa-core

 

Nearly everything about the Pixel 4a has leaked. The phone will reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 730 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. It will stick to a single camera setup at the back while on the front, the Pixel 4a is expected to sport a punch-hole selfie camera.

2. IPHONE 12

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : 6.7 | NA
Camera : NA
RAM : 6 GB
Battery : NA
Operating system : NA
Soc : NA
Processor : NA

 

The iPhone 12 is expected to be powered by the Apple A14 Bionic and rock an additional LiDAR sensor at the back. More info is expected to be available nearer to the launch.

3. REDMI K30 PRO

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : 6.67″ (1080 x 2400)
Camera : 64 + 64 + 8 + 2 | 20 MP
RAM : 8 GB
Battery : 5000 mAh
Operating system : Android
Soc : Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865
Processor : Octa-core
Price : ₹31990

 

The follow-up to the popular K20 Pro, the Redmi K30 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC and will feature a notchless display and 5G support along with 33W fast charging and a 4700mAh battery. The launch date of the phone is as of yet unconfirmed but it’s likely to happen by April in China, following which it’s expected to land up in India.

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : 6.67″ (1080 x 2400)
Camera : 64 + 5 + 13 + 2 | 20 MP
RAM : 6 GB
Battery : NA
Operating system : Android
Soc : Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865
Processor : Octa-core

 

 

The Poco F2 Pro is real and has launched outside India. It’s also expected to launch soon in India and comes with the old promise of everything you need, and nothing you don’t from Poco. The Poco F2 Pro is basically a full-fledged flagship with the Snapdragon 865, a large 6.67-inch AMOLED display, LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage. The camera setup at the back, however, is similar to the Poco X2 that launched in India. It has the same 64MP primary camera, along with the ultrawide, tele-macro lens and a depth sensor. The phone also rocks a large 4700mAh battery with 30W fast charging support.

5. LG WING

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : NA
Camera : NA
RAM : NA
Battery : NA
Operating system : Android
Soc : NA
Processor : NA

The smartphone is rumoured to be powered by the Snapdragon 765 and rock a regular 6.8-inch primary OLED display and another 1:1 display, smaller in size. The smartphone is due to launch globally on September 14. It’s not confirmed whether it will come to India.

6. POCO X3

SPECIFICATION
Screen Size : 6.67″ (1080 x 2400)
Camera : 64 + 8 + 2 + 2 | 20 + 2 MP
RAM : 6 GB
Battery : 5160 mAh
Operating system : Android
Soc : Qualcomm SM7150-AC Snapdragon 732G
Processor : Octa-core

The POCO X3 has launched globally and is expected to launch in India in the coming weeks. An India variant of the smartphone has been spotted online indicating an imminent launch. The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G, and rocks a Sony IMX632 64MP camera sensor. The 120Hz LCD display has been retained from the older POCO X2 but the battery capacity and charging speed has been upgraded.

 

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RBI issues guidelines for SRO’s for payment system operators.

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The Reserve Bank on Thursday issued final guidelines, including the framework, to set up a self-regulatory organisation for payment system operators as part of its payment and settlement systems vision.

The Reserve Bank on Thursday issued final guidelines, including the framework, to set up a self-regulatory organisation for payment system operators as part of its payment and settlement systems vision. The framework will enable the central bank to recognize a self-regulatory organisation (SRO) for payment system operators (PSOs). The plan was announced in February 2020 monetary policy. “Interested groups/association of PSOs (banks as well as non-banks) seeking recognition to be an SRO may apply to the chief general manager, department of payment and settlement systems at the RBI,” the regulatory circular said.

An SRO is a non-governmental organisation that sets and enforces rules and standards relating to the conduct of its members to help protect customers and promote ethical and professional standards.

An SRO can help frame rules for system security, pricing practices, customer protection measures, grievance redressal mechanisms, among others, and is expected to resolve the disputes among the members internally through mutually accepted processes to ensure that members operate in a disciplined environment and even accept its penal actions.

The central bank said the SRO shall be set up as a not-for-profit company under the Companies Act of 2013 and only regulated payment system entities such as banks and non-bank PSOs can be members of the SRO.

At least one-third of the members on the board of directors of the SRO shall be independent and not associated with member institutions.

The board shall frame a code of conduct for the members.

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