Tag Archive: Launched

Realme X launched in India alongside entry-level Realme 3i

The Realme X had made its global debut in China in May this year.

What you need to know Realme X has been launched in India at a starting price of ₹16,999. The smartphone comes in 4GB and 8GB RAM versions and will be going on sale in the country starting from July 24 onwards. Realme 3i has also been launched alongside the Realme X in India. The entry-level phone starts at ₹7,999.

Realme today launched two  [Read More…]

Google has quietly launched a developer website for Fuchsia OS

Developers might be able to start creating Fuchsia apps sooner than expected .

What you need to know After finally acknowledging its existence at I/O 2019, Google has launched a developer website for Fuchsia OS. The developer portal includes a vast amount of documentation to help developers learn how they can create Fuchsia apps. As per the website, Fuchsia is a modular, capability-based open source operating system.

At Google’s I/O developer conference in May, the Mountain View-based  [Read More…]

Xiaomi confirms the entry-level Redmi 7A will soon be launched in India

The launch date has not been announced yet.

What you need to know Redmi’s latest entry-level Android smartphone will be launched in India soon. The Redmi 7A might be launched alongside the company’s K20 and K20 Pro smartphones sometime next month. Xiaomi has sold more than 23 million entry-level Redmi phones in India till April 2019.

A render of the Redmi 7A

Xiaomi today confirmed that it will soon be launching the entry-level  [Read More…]

The HTC Vive Pro Eye has just launched in North America for $1600

Eye tracking will provide better graphics and new ways to navigate VR experiences.

What you need to know The new HTC Vive Pro Eye can now be ordered in North America for $ 1600. Eye tracking adds new features such as better graphics and new ways to navigate within VR. Companies such as BMW, the MLB, and Ovation are already utilizing the eye tracking features.

The HTC Vive Pro Eye is now available in North America with  [Read More…]

Android Q public beta launched for Pixel phones

Available for Pixel, Pixel 2, and Pixel 3.

There are still a lot of phones waiting on an update to Android Pie, but that’s not stopping Google from rolling out the latest and greatest. As of March 13, 2019, you can now sign up for the Android Q public beta on your Pixel phone!

While there are some user-facing changes with Android Q compared to Pie, this latest Android version is primarily focused on smaller backend tweaks  [Read More…]

AT&T has launched 5G in parts of the U.S. Here’s why it’s a big deal

More beta than must-have, but it’s still an important step.

I remember the first LTE products; they weren’t phones but big, bulky Wi-Fi hotspots with tiny displays that terminated in USB-A connections. They’d plug into laptops so give them internet access, magically, and used giant SIM cards that seemed to take up the entire length of the stick.

Well, here we are at the launch of 5G and things aren’t looking that different. Today, AT&T has announced  [Read More…]

World’s first foldable smartphone just launched, but it’s not made by Samsung or Huawei

While we’re still waiting for Samsung or Huawei to launch a foldable smartphone, it seems an obscure company has managed to beat the two iconic brands to the punch.

The Royole Corporation, a start-up based in California has announced the first commercially available foldable smartphone, the Royole FlexPai.

Royole officially launched the device in Beijing late last month, in an attempt to disrupt consumers’ traditional concept of a smartphone. The product is marketed as being a hybrid between a mobile  [Read More…]

UMIDIGI One promotional video launched ahead of pre-orders (Promoted)

For the past few weeks, we have been learning more and more about the new UMIDIGI One and One Pro. These handsets aim to provide a “compact flagship” experience, without breaking the bank.

Today, we have been informed that the first official graphics video has been released. This video shows off both the One and One Pro, giving users a better idea of what to expect.

As a refresher, let’s take a quick look at the specs for both handsets:

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The first cross-platform AR app for iPhone and Android just launched

Finally, you and your friends can escape into augmented reality together even if you’re using Android and iPhone!

Google has been talking about ARCore on Android for a while now. Apple’s been championing ARKit for iPhone for about as long. Today, the first cross-platform ARKit/ARCore app has launched on both app stores respectively. It’s called Just a Line and you and your friends can make drawings in the air, and even draw on top of each other’s  [Read More…]

Project Fi just launched a highly competitive $80 unlimited plan called ‘Bill Protection’

One less caveat to deal with on Google’s carrier.

Project Fi has always been a great solution for those who use less than about 4GB of data per month, but now Google’s giving the nod to people who want more. A new feature called “Bill Protection” effectively gives Project Fi users an unlimited data option, taking on the big carrier competition that has swung back to heavily promoting unlimited data plans.

So here’s how it works. From  [Read More…]