Component prices of iPhone X is $415

It's no secret that the iPhone X is one expensive phone to produce, but how much is Apple exactly paying? Chinese industry watchers have apparently investigated the matter, and have calculated the total cost of components present in Cupertino's latest phone. Apple announced the iPhone X with an exaggerated price of $999 on September 12. The sum is $412.75, or 60% cheaper than the retail price.

Unsurprisingly, the most expensive part of the iPhone X is the Samsung-made 5.8-inch Super Retina display. It’s price is $80 per unit. Other sources have suggested that the cost is even greater at $100-$120 per unit. The NAND memory, acquired from Toshiba is $45 for 256 GB. The 3 GB RAM is half - only $24. Aside from that, Apple's powerful new A11 Bionic chipset costs $26, while the Qualcomm modem that's built on top of it stands at $18. The 3D Face ID sensor is worth $25, while the front glass panel costs $18.

One might argue that a 59% profit margin is quite a respectable achievement. Well, that's not exactly the case. There are a bunch of extra expenses not included in here, such as logistics, manufacturing, the cost of producing the software, and most importantly Research and Development.

LG G6 price drops to $430, V20 is $393

With the release of LG V30, it is inevitable that the previous flagships prices are now going down. Though the official price of LG G6 and V20 is still high you can always search for a better deal elsewhere. At NewEgg you can find 4GB/32GB LG G6 for $430. At Amazon the lowest G6 price is around $450.

NewEgg are also offer a solid $393 deal for 64GB LG V20 whihc you can't avoid if you want to buy the device.

Diageo to Reignite Virtual Reality Efforts with Experience Focused on Dangers of Binge Drinking

Beverage Alcohol Leader Deepens Commitment to Responsible Drinking in Second Installment of Groundbreaking VR Series

NORWALK, Conn. (August 30, 2017) – In time for Labor Day – one of the most popular days for alcohol consumption in the U.S. – and back-to-school season, Diageo, a global leader in beverage alcohol, today announced plans for a new virtual reality (VR) experience that will immerse consumers of legal drinking age in a first-person, multi-perspective story about the dangers of binge drinking. This initiative represents the company’s latest effort – and its second leveraging VR technology – to inform consumers about the importance of responsible decision-making when drinking.

Within the innovative realm of VR, the new program follows Diageo’s successful October 2016 launch of “Decisions,” a first-of-its-kind 360° experience that placed consumers in the front seat of a fatal drunk driving crash. In the four months after its introduction, “Decisions” accumulated almost 14 million views. The experience made a significant impact on consumer perceptions with 73% of viewers surveyed after watching the film saying they are now more likely to stop other people from drinking and driving. In addition, 75% of viewers said they will prevent drinking and driving by planning ahead with a designated driver.

The new program around binge drinking is once again being spearheaded by Diageo’s Digital and Technology Partnerships teams. Joining Diageo in the effort will be Jaunt, the immersive cinematic experience company, who will help with the creative vision, production, development and distribution of the experience.

“We made the choice to break into VR with our social responsibility program because it gives us the proper medium to explore numerous dangerous drinking situations in a very real way,” said James Thompson, Chief Marketing and Innovation Officer, Diageo North America. “Telling people about the effects of irresponsible decision-making when drinking is one thing – but giving them the opportunity to see, hear and feel what can happen because of even one bad choice is a potential game changer. ‘Decisions’ and its portrayal of the impact of drunk driving stuck with viewers, even after they removed their headsets. Now, we’re aiming to prevent binge drinking with the same high impact intervention.”


Diageo is focused on reducing binge drinking, drunk driving and underage drinking. Recognized globally for setting the standard in social responsibility and responsible marketing, Diageo views the newly announced binge drinking experience – and its ongoing VR series – as the latest initiative to remind adults to drink responsibly. Whether it’s pioneering Safe Rides Home designated driver activations or leveraging apps, such as Lyft and Uber, to remind consumers there are alternatives to getting home if they’ve been drinking, Diageo is continually looking for new and inventive ways to reach and impact consumers via emerging platforms and technologies.

About Diageo
Diageo is a global leader in beverage alcohol with an outstanding collection of brands including Johnnie Walker, Crown Royal, Bulleit and Buchanan’s whiskies, Smirnoff, Cîroc and Ketel One vodkas, Captain Morgan, Baileys, Don Julio, Tanqueray and Guinness.

Diageo is listed on both the New York Stock Exchange (DEO) and the London Stock Exchange (DGE) and our products are sold in more than 180 countries around the world. For more information about Diageo, our people, our brands, and performance, visit us at diageo.com. Visit Diageo’s global responsible drinking resource, DRINKiQ.com, for information, initiatives, and ways to share best practice.

Samsung Galaxy Note8 up on pre-order in Bangladesh for 94,900 taka

Samsung unveiled its latest flagship, Galaxy Note8 on August 23 and now you can officially put in a preorder for the Samsung Galaxy Note8 from Bangladesh. Be amongst the first to own the all new Samsung flagship by pre-ordering from authorized Samsung brand retail stores and Grameenphone shops from August 25 to September 21 2017. However, stocks are limited. In a limited promotional offer, the company is offering bundle deals for pre-orders that’ll include wireless charging pad. The only available color is Midnight Black for the time being.

Samsung Galaxy Note8 up on pre-order in Bangladesh for 94,900 taka

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is priced at 94,900 taka or $1165, but you don’t have to pay the full price to place the pre-order. You have to pay only 4,900 taka now. Customer of Standard Chartered Bank, Eastern Bank, Dutch Bangla Bank, Mutual Trust Bank Ltd, BRAC Bank and The City Bank will get up to 36 EMI from Grameenphone channels. Official availability date is yet to be announced.

Amazon Germany currently selling Samsung Galaxy S7 edge for €420

As I mention a couple of days ago, how good Samsung Galaxy S7 edge are, even in 2017, it look's like people in Germany have their chance to grab the device from Amazon at an unbelievable rate. The device is now on sale only for €420, which is even lower than the regular Galaxy S7. You will have to choose from Black Onyx and Silver Titanium variant. And the deal is going to over very soon. So hurry!

Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro goes on sale in Bangladesh for 29,900 taka with 64GB internal storage

Samsung 1st unveiled Galaxy J7 Pro in India last month at an event held in New Delhi. Samsung promises a premium design, features, specifications with J7 Pro that can match flagship phones in some regards. The Galaxy J7 Pro is the same handset as the J7 (2017) in most aspects but gets 64GB of internal storage. The Galaxy J7 Pro will cost you 29,900 taka with 1 year of official warranty. The phone is available in Black and Gold color options to choose from.

Galaxy J7 Pro main specifications at a glance-

Chipset: Exynos 7870 Octa-core 1.6 GHz
RAM: 3GB
Internal Memory: 64GB
Memory Card: microSD, up to 256GB, dedicated slot
Operating System: Android Nougat 7.1
Display: 5.5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED
Rear Camera: 13MP
Front Camera: 13MP with flash
SIM: Dual nano SIM
USB Port: microUSB 2.0
Battery: 3600mAh non-removable
Weight: 181 grams

World’s Largest eBay/Amazon Seller Opens its Own Online Store to Sell Games, Phones, Tablets at Deep Discounts

Decluttr Enters Online Store Game

Tech-buying site Decluttr.com has launched an online store at Decluttr.com/us.com, marking a significant transition in its business direction. Primarily known for giving customers cash for their unwanted tech items, Decluttr recently launched the store with thousands of products available to purchase.

“The launch of our online store is the next phase in the evolution of our customer offerings. Through the trade-in service, we have been able to build a strong base of customers who like making and saving money, so this is a natural move for us,” said Liam Howley, Decluttr marketing director.

Customers can purchase high quality refurbished smartphones, tablets, game consoles and iPods at the Decluttr Store, all at market-leading prices. Decluttr also offers customers a 12-month warranty on all orders and free shipping. All products also come with a quality guarantee, which means all products go through a thorough testing process to maintain high standards before they are sent to customers.

Howley says the days when people are satisfied with being tied down to two-year contracts with the big carriers are ending. “By purchasing our like-new refurbished phones we are not only saving consumers big sums of money but also giving them back the flexibility they crave,” Howley added.

Consumers are still able to make money on the items they no longer need, but now Decluttr is providing a less expensive, and greener alternative for consumers searching for technology in the Decluttr Store. Customers will also be able to make bigger savings on the items they want, with incentives such as 10 percent off available at key times of the year.

Products stocked online include:
• All versions of iPhones including the latest 7 and 7 Plus devices
• All Samsung cell phones
• Blackberry, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia, and ZTE cell phones
• Xbox 360 & Xbox One
• Sony PlayStations
• Nintendo Wii and DS consoles
• iPads from version 1 up to the latest iPad Pro
• Acer, Google, LG, Microsoft, and Samsung tablets
• All versions of iPods

When it comes to prices, the Decluttr Store offers the best prices in the market. For example, customers can buy an unlocked iPhone 6s for $306.99, with free tracked shipping and a 12-month warranty for a ‘very good’ graded device.


In comparison, a similar site is offering the same phone in a lower grade condition for $401.74, plus $7.99 shipping with a 30-day return option.

For more information on the Decluttr Store, visit: decluttr.com/us/store.

About Decluttr
Decluttr.com is a fast, easy and FREE way to sell CDs, DVDs, Games, Books, Cell Phones and Tech! The service removes all the stress and costs of selling your unwanted stuff online. All customers need to do is get an instant price for your items using the website or FREE app, pack them into any box and ship them for FREE. Thanks to Decluttr’s Fast Next Day Payments, customers then get paid the day after their items arrive by direct deposit, PayPal or check – or they can donate to charity! For more information on trade-in values, visit decluttr.com.

*This is a press release.

 
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