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Samsung Set to Unveil Galaxy Note 10 Devices in India

The new Galaxy Watch Active2 that was launched globally on Monday and Galaxy Tab S6 would still take some time to arrive in India

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To get ahead in the fast-changing tech industry, Samsung said it will expand investment in burgeoning tech segments to propel growth. Wikimedia Commons

Samsung Electronics, which is set to unveil two Galaxy Note devices — Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note10+ — here on Wednesday, would bring the new Note family to India on August 20.

The handsets that would wither house a new Exynos 9825 chip set (for non-US regions) and Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/855+ (for US customers) are set to go on sale globally, including in India, either on August 22 or August 23, informed sources told IANS.

Galaxy Note10+ will have 6.8-inch screen while the smaller one will sport 6.3-inch screen for a 100 per cent palm-size fit.

While Galaxy Note10 is likely to come with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory, it is expected that Galaxy Note 10+ is likely to come with a massive 12GB RAM with 512GB internal storage.

As per earlier reports, Galaxy Note 10+ would be 5G-ready as well.

Note10+ will house a large 4,300mAh battery with superfast charging technology and the smaller Note device would come with a 3,500mAh battery.

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Galaxy Note10 Plus is likely to come with 6.8-inch screen while the smaller one will have 6.3-inch screen, sources told IANS on Monday. Pixabay

The devices with edge-to-edge “Infinity O” display will also provide a unified S Pen experience.

The S Pen or Stylus Pen is likely to get air actions or gesture navigation this time, allowing users to perform cool tricks while taking pictures or making power point presentations.

Both the devices will have top-of-the-line features for gamers.

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Microsoft is partnering Samsung to provide users with seamless connection between the PC and Note 10 devices.

The new Galaxy Watch Active2 that was launched globally on Monday and Galaxy Tab S6 would still take some time to arrive in India. (IANS)

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I Fall in Love with India Every Time I Return Here: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

On Friday, Goyal clarified that government welcomes all kinds of investments into the country which are within the ambit of the law

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Amazon.in arrived in India on June 5, 2013 and for world's top billionaire Jeff Bezos, has transformed the way the country buys and sells. VOA

Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos on Friday posted a note on the company’s e-commerce website Amazon India, saying “he falls in love with India every time he returns here”, a day after Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal snubbed him during a public event.

“I fall in love with India every time I return here. The boundless energy, innovation and grit of the Indian people always inspire me,” Bezos wrote in the letter while mentioning Amazon’s investment in the Indian economy and that the firm is aiming to create 10 lakh new jobs by 2025.

Bezos, in the letter, added that more than 550,000 small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India are using Amazon as a platform to offer millions of products.

The new expected jobs are on top of the 700,000 jobs Amazon has already created in the country since 2013.

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In this Sept. 13, 2018, file photo Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO, speaks at The Economic Club of Washington’s Milestone Celebration in Washington. VOA

On Thursday, Goyal not only ticked off Bezos saying that they are not doing India a favour by investing a billion dollars, but also raised concerns if its losses were a result of predatory pricing and if Amazon and Flipkart were gaining entry into multi-brand retail by using loopholes.

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On Friday, Goyal clarified that government welcomes all kinds of investments into the country which are within the ambit of the law.

“We welcome all kinds of investments that follow the letter and spirit of the law. If some investment is outside the legal purview, appropriate action will be taken,” he told reporters. (IANS)