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64GB Gold Nexus 6P Special Edition Launched in India at Rs 43,999

Huawei has announced the availability of the Limited Edition Nexus 6P Gold in India. The phone will start selling on Flipkart priced at Rs 43,999 which is just Rs 1,000 premium over the silver variant. The Nexus 6P will be laced with an additional 10% offer (on certain bank credit cards) for the first three days starting from 21st of December 2015.The Nexus 6P gold comes wrapped in an all metal unibody made using the aeronautical grade anodized aluminium this new finish adds a much premium look to the device. A quick recap on the specifications – the Nexus 6P is fitted with a 5.7-inch WQHD AMOLED 518ppi display, front facing stereo speakers, Snapdragon 810 paired with 3GB of RAM and 3450mAh battery. On the imaging front, the Nexus 6P sports a 12.3-Megapixel primary camera unit and a 8-Megapixel secondary camera unit both of which can capture video at 4K resolution. Even this time around the Nexus 6P seems to be facing the same issues as its predecessor the 6. Huawei, the manufacturer w…

Marketing Day: Amazon Air Cargo Plans, Top November Video Creators & More

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Amazon Is Reportedly Looking To Launch Its Own Air-Cargo Business
Dec 18, 2015 by Martin Beck E-commerce giant is negotiating to lease 20 Boeing 767s to avoid shipping delays by third-party carriers, the Seattle Times reports.Scan Your Landing Pages With AdWords Scripts
Dec 18, 2015 by Daniel Gilbert Don’t waste money on bad URLs! Use this free AdWords script from contributor Daniel Gilbert to check your landing pages.An In-Depth Look At Image Optimization: Fact And Future
Dec 18, 2015 by Clay Cazier Columnist Clay Cazier separates known from unknown image optimization elements and looks to the future of the discipline.Grabbing Those Last-Minute Holiday Sales With Search
Dec 18, 2015 by Amy Bishop It’s crunch time — for holiday shoppers and Q4 goals, alike. There’s still time, though! Columnist Amy Bishop explains how you can guide those last-m…

Amazon Is Reportedly Looking To Launch Its Own Air-Cargo Business

Drones can wait. is looking into leasing 20 Boeing 767 jets to start its own air-delivery service, according to reports in the Seattle Times and Cargo Facts.Anonymous cargo-industry sources told the Times that the e-commerce giant is negotiating with aircraft lessors to get access to enough planes and could start the operation by the end of January.Launching such a service would give Amazon more control over delivery of its products and avoid delays from carriers such as UPS and FedEx, which have struggled to keep up with surging e-commerce demand. Two years ago, carriers were overwhelmed by holiday packages and many were delivered after Christmas, forcing Amazon to offer gift cards to sooth customer anger.“Amazon is pretty fed up with the third-party carriers being a bottleneck to their growth,” Robert W. Baird & Co. analyst Colin Sebastian told the Times.

via Marketing Land