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Honor India launches its first pop-up camera smartphone – Honor 9X

Honor India launches its first pop-up camera smartphone – Honor 9X

New Delhi, Jan 14 (UNI) Honor, a leading global smartphone e-brand, on Tuesday announced the launch of Honor 9X, its latest flagship smartphone introducing the first Pop-Up selfie camera from the brand, in India.

Beside Honor 9X, the brand further expanded its wearable portfolio with the launch of next-generation devices – Honor MagicWatch2 and Honor Band 5i. The product portfolio is a testament of Honor’s commitment to develop and introduce the device ecosystem in India to make the life of its consumer better and easier.



Taking a significant leap in the smartphone industry, Honor 9X, a budget-friendly device, is a fusion of the most desired software and hardware features and functionality, offering the ultimate user experience through advancement in photography, design and performance. Honor 9X is an extraordinary addition to the company’s much celebrated ‘X’ series smartphones and will resonate highly with the Indian youth.



Devised with a 3.53 cms Amoled touchscreen and impressive 14-day battery life, the Honor MagicWatch2 is a perfect amalgamation of new-age design with intelligent health monitoring technologies that resonates with youth’s fitness lifestyle, according to a release here.

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TCS demonstrates operational resilience while positioning for growth recovery

09 Jul 2020 | 7:36 PM

Kolkata, Jul 09 (UNI) Tata Consultancy Services, the leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, reported its consolidated financial results according to Ind AS and IFRS, for the quarter ending June 30, 2020.

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CRISIL and BharatMatrimony’s wedding services platform, MatrimonyBazaar join hands

09 Jul 2020 | 6:42 PM

Kolkata, Jul 09 (UNI) In a pioneering move to create a trusted wedding services platform, service providers registered on BharatMatrimony’s MatrimonyBazaar can now get verified by CRISIL - India’s leading rating agency.

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Antiviral agents effective therapeutic option for treating Covid-19, claims report

09 Jul 2020 | 6:26 PM

Mumbai, Jul 9 (UNI) As many as 73 per cent doctors cited ‘antiviral agents’ as the most effective therapy for treating Covid-19 while using ‘anti-inflammatory’ drugs to treat patients was found to be the second best alternative by around 13 per cent of the medicos, according to a report here.

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BSE commodity derivatives segment registers new milestone

09 Jul 2020 | 6:13 PM

Kolkata, Jul 09 (UNI) The commodity derivatives segment at BSE registered a new high of INR 3,015 crores on July 8. The commodity derivatives segment platform is gaining wide investor participation since the launch of 'Option in Goods' in Gold mini and Silver kg from 1 June 2020, which also registered a new high of INR 2,998 crores.

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Mastercard Commits Rs 250 Crore to support small businesses in India

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