#OnePlus #smartphone #NewTech #mobile #technology #Snapdragon #Amazon
According to the technical specifications revealed from Amazon India’s teaser page source code for the smartphone, the OnePlus 5 will be featuring an 8 GB RAM and the phone will be using a Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor that reaches speeds upto 2.35 GHz.
The phone is set to release on June 20th officially, and on June 22nd in India. In fact, the sale for the phone will start itself on Jun 22nd at 4:30 pm.
The phone, which will be featuring a dual rear camera setup with a superior camera technology, will be the thinnest flagship smartphone. The phone will feature a 5.5 inch full HD resolution display.
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Although I just bought a new phone half a year back, I am still excited to witness this product. OnePlus has created a different atmosphere, where people can get smartphones with the latest specifications, at less than half the price of today’s leading smartphone brands. Seeing new products launched frequently is remarkable.
#Amazon #AmitAgarwal #SVP #India #JeffBezos #ecommerce #business
Amit Agarwal, the India head of Amazon, has been promoted to the position of Global Senior Vice President in the $107 billion company. The position is considered the second tier of executive leaders/third highest rank in Amazon, where the first two are Chief Executive Officer and President respectively both of which are given to the Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
Last year, Agarwal was inducted into Bezo’s S-team, a set of senior leaders who have a direct line to Bezos and play a crucial rile in important decisions that the e-commerce behemoth makes.
The company’s business development head and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) hold the SVP rank, same as Agarwal now.
It is not clear just how many SVPs does Amazon currently have. The company’s website names 4 SVPs in the leadership team while a disclosure in 2010 listed 10 SVPs in the company.
Amazon has been narrowing the gap with its Indian rival Flipkart and has made more than $3 billion in investments in India as it considers India to be the second largest market for itself after its home country – US.
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