Best Smartphones below Rs 10,000

Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro

POCO X3 Pro has a new and improved look with a reflective chroma strip in the center and metallic texture on the sides. With improved fingerprint resistant …
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Xiaomi Poco M3 Pro 5G

Indeed most poco doesn’t have the latest camera sensor. For sure its to compress the price possible. Indeed 8MP is not enough, but many phones out there uses the same sensor and bring more price to this one.
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro

Like always, the phone has surprising spec compared to the price and sacrifices a lot of things as a price. For starters, the whole 120Hz AMOLED screen is a mockery. It doesnt feel as sharp as an OLED, neither as smooth as a 120Hz. And the screen flickering issue is unbearable at low
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Samsung Galaxy A52

The Korean giant is clearly banking hard on the Galaxy A family. In fact, it now represents the largest portion of the company’s sales. There is only one way to pull off that level of success – and it’s by offering competitive features under high-profile branding for a reasonable amount. A daunting task that Samsung has been tackling like a true smartphone champ in nifty incremental steps throughout the last few Galaxy A generations.
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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

This one’s for the fans! Or for the chemistry students with a penchant for iron alloys? It’s not ‘lite,’ that’s for sure. This is the Galaxy S20 FE 5G (or Fan Edition). The latest member of the S20 family comes with some spec changes to meet a lower price point, while still maintaining important bits to qualify for the S-series badge.
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