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OnePlus 6T to launch in Nepal on November 11

OnePlus’ fastest device is coming faster than ever in Nepal this time.

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OnePlus recently announced that it will be launching the OnePlus 6T in Nepal on November 11. The company launched the handset just last month in New York.

Yes, OnePlus is sticking to its ridiculous six-month update cycle that outdates the only flagship every six months.

The OnePlus 6T features a 6.41-inch AMOLED display with a teardrop notch, and a chin, of course, on the front. It packs a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM, depending upon your preference.

OnePlus has added an in-display fingerprint scanner to the handset, and removed the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. The battery included in slightly larger in capacity than what we’ve seen on the OnePlus 6. Rest follows what’s on the OnePlus 6.

You can pre-order the OnePlus 6T in Nepal beginning November 11, and get the handset delivered in the next few days if not weeks. OnePlus Nepal is offering the handset at a discounted price of 69,999 NPR for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant, in partnership with Alibaba’s Daraz to celebrate its Double 11 sales day.

That said, the regular OnePlus 6T pricing will likely be a little over what Daraz is offering.

We’ve reached out to OnePlus for more information, and will update this article as the story progresses.

Update: OnePlus will be selling the OnePlus 6T for 75,999 NPR in Nepal after the Daraz Double 11 sale is over. Grab the discounted price while you can.

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OnePlus 6T gets new Thunder Purple finish in China

OnePlus fans in China are in for a treat that’s not black but purple.

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OnePlus has announced a new OnePlus 6T variant that it’ll trade exclusively in China for the time being. The new OnePlus flagship doesn’t take another tech specs bump in this news, rather a new finish. Thunder Purple.

While the US and rest of the world has to settle for OnePlus 6T Mirror Black and Midnight Black, customers in China will be able to avail a new Thunder Purple finish of the OnePlus 6T. It’s similar to Samsung’s Lavender Purple, with more light purple at the bottom and darker as it reaches to the top.

For 3,399 Yuan ($490), you can grab the Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in China. Rest of the world, waiting could be the only option for now.

/ 9to5Google

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Apple Pay is set to launch in Germany

This could happen anytime soon.

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Apple is about to launch Apple Pay in Germany. Local banks have started emailing customers about Apple Pay’s launch in the country, but none have mentioned an exact launch date yet. Plus, Apple’s Germany website also states “coming soon” for the mobile payments service, leaving us without an exact date.

Apple earlier this year promised that it will launch Apple Pay in Germany before the end of this year; we can now see where it’s headed. Apple Pay made its debut in Europe when it launched in the United Kingdom in 2015, and now covers most parts of the continent. The contactless payments service could go live in Germany anytime soon.

At launch, Apple Pay will support American Express, Maestro, MasterCard, Visa, Boon, Bunq, ComDirect, Square, Edenred, Fidor Bank, Hanseatic Bank, HypoVereinsbank, N26, O2 Banking, and Vim Pay customers in Germany.

Stay tuned for more information as the story progresses.

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Apple’s new Mac mini looks gorgeous in Space Gray

After four straight years, the Mac mini meets the future. Say hello, again!

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Apple introduced the 2018 Mac mini at its Special Event in New York today. The company took the wraps off the new Mac mini after announcing the new MacBook Air first.

One of the reasons why the new Mac mini is a look forward is that it’s the first update to the “small but mighty” computer in over four years of time. Apple didn’t mention that but we all know. It’s actually what many Mac users were asking for. And now they have it.

Likewise the new MacBook Air, the new Mac mini has a redesigned enclosure that’s built from 100 percent recycled aluminum and recycled plastic. The mini is now up to 50 percent more environment-friendly than its predecessor.

Mac mini is loved by customers for its ability to be used in incredibly diverse environments — from casual desktop use, to live professional performances, to multiple Mac mini computers powering through video renderings and compiling software code, to racks of thousands in giant app build farms — anywhere a small-but-mighty Mac is needed to get the job done,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.

Powering the new Mac mini is Intel’s eighth-generation CPU, which Apples claims to have made the computer up to 5 times faster than the predecessor. The base model of Mac mini features a quad-core 3.6GHz Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB of RAM and 128GB of all-flash storage. For more memory down the lane, users can later upgrade as well.

However, users can upgrade the hardware in the Mac mini to a hexa-core 3.2GHz Intel Core i7 chipset with up to 64GB of RAM and 2TB of storage.

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Apple doesn’t want to see a family of ports on the MacBook lineup, however, it does on the Mac mini at least. Instead of axing as many I/O ports as possible in favour of Thunderbolt 3, the Mac mini supports all the I/O ports that you’d want to use on a computer. Including a headphone jack. Not to forget the security measures that Apple is offering through its enhanced T2 security chip. Secure boot process and SSD encryption is handled by T2 on board.

The new Mac mini will start at just $799 for the base configuration, while the specs bump will naturally cost you higher. Pre-orders are open now, and shipping starts November 7.

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