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Budget Nokia 22 launched in India for Rs 6999

first_imgNew Delhi: HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, launched its new budget smartphone – Nokia 2.2 – in India on Thursday. The smartphone would be available in tungsten black and steel colours at an offer price of Rs 6,999 for the 2GB+16GB storage variant and Rs 7,999 for 3GB+32GB storage variant till June 30. After the offer ends, it would be available for Rs 7,699 and Rs 8,699, respectively. “Nokia 2.2 is the most accessible smartphone in the Indian market that gives you the promise of Android One and brings you the most secure Android experience. I’m happy to share that Nokia 2.2 is being announced in India first than globally, and we’re not stopping at that,” Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global, told reporters here. Also Read – Spotify rolls out Siri support, new Apple TV app The smartphone would be available across mobile retail outlets, Flipkart and Nokia.com/phones starting June 11. Prospective buyers can pre-book the device from June 6-10. The handset comes with a 5.71-inch display with brightness of up to 400nits, and features a teardrop notch on the top with a 5MP camera for face recognition. A MediaTek Helio A22 chip fuels the phone. In terms of optics, the device houses a 13MP sensor with single flash. The camera comes with features such as “AutoHDR” and “Low light image fusion” technology. The device runs Android 9 Pie OS but will be updated to Android Q, the company added. Reliance Jio subscribers buying the Nokia 2.2 would get an instant cashback of Rs 2,200 along with 100GB additional data.last_img read more

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Alaska AG says court ruling requires yearly union enrolment

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska’s attorney general says a U.S. Supreme Court ruling requires members of state public employee unions to annually reaffirm or reject their membership.The Anchorage Daily News reported Tuesday that several state union officials believe the state will establish an annual opt-in system, while at least one says the move would result in a legal challenge.An Alaska AFL-CIO official says the announcement by state Attorney General Kevin Clarkson is the nation’s “most aggressive and interventionalist interpretation” of the 2018 ruling.Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s office has declined to immediately say whether a yearly opt-in system will be established as a result of the ruling.The Alaska State Employees Association director believes the state will initiate an opt-in system and says “we will sue” if that occurs.___Information from: Anchorage Daily News, http://www.adn.comThe Associated Press read more