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Chinese Smartphone Maker OPPO Expands its A series in India

Earlier in July, OPPO unveiled another budget smartphone named A3s for Rs 10,990 with a 6.2-inch super full-notch screen

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OPPO launches first India R&D centre in Hyderabad. (Wikimedia Commons)

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO on Friday launched the ‘A5’ smartphone for Rs 14,990 in India.

The device comes with a 6.2-inch “Super Full” screen, 13MP + 2MP dual rear cameras, 8MP Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled front camera, 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.

“Along with advanced features like dual camera, super full screen and extensive battery, the ‘A5’ has been designed to enable consumers to capture every moment perfectly,” Will Yang, Brand Director, OPPO India, said in a statement.

The phone is fuelled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Octa core processor coupled with a 4230 mAh battery.

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The handset also sports features like smart lock, smart driving, full screen multitasking and music party.

OPPO ‘A5’ will be available from August 25 at offline stores as well as on online platforms.

Earlier in July, OPPO unveiled another budget smartphone named A3s for Rs 10,990 with a 6.2-inch super full-notch screen. (IANS)

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Nepal’s Central Bank Announces Ban of Indian Notes Above Rs 100

Currently, only the notes with a denomination of Rs 100 and below are freely exchangeable in Nepal

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Nepal’s central bank has announced the ban of Indian currency notes with denominations above Rs 100.

The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) on Sunday issued a circular for the institutions licensed by it notifying them about the ban, reports Xinhua news agency.

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Rs. 2000 note was issued by RBI who maynot ahve been Authorised to Issue Currency Notes. Wikimedia.

Nepal’s cabinet in December had decided to ban the use of these currency notes.

The decision to ban these notes has come a time when the NRB has requested the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) arequesting the latter to allow Nepal to use currency notes with all denominations.

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Currently, only the notes with a denomination of Rs 100 and below are freely exchangeable in Nepal. (IANS)