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Tech News #3

  

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Tech News #3

1. ARM Holdings has been sold-  First news is from the USA. Yes, you read it correctly and clear..! In the first week of September, NVIDIA Corporation a US-based multinational technology company, headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the US is known for its graphics processing units for gaming and professional markets, as well as SoCs for mobile computing acquired British chipmaker ARM Holdings from Japan's Softbank group at the cost of 40 billion US dollars. From now on an ARM will work as a division of Nvidia and their headquarter will remain in the UK and will continue to produce their licensed chips for the smartphone industry. 

2. Oneplus 8T is launching in India- Good news for Oneplus lovers just arrived. It's now confirmed that Oneplus is going to launch its new premium segment smartphone Oneplus 8T 5G on the 14th of October at 7:30 pm in India. It will be powered by snapdragon's latest SD 865+ SoC and a 120Hz display panel. Will be running on Oxygen OS 11 based on Android 11. Will come with a 4500mAh battery and massive 65W charging support. Also could have a 48MP quad-camera setup. It's already listed on the Amazon India app you can check more details from there.

3. Apple's new Bionic Chip- This next one is so interesting. Apple's upcoming new chip Bionic A14 SoC, which soon going to be launch with the upcoming iPhone 12 series of smartphones, is said to be the first-ever SoC based on a 5nm architecture process to make an appearance in any consumer device. And Apple is claiming that they have been fitted a whopping amount of 11.87 billion transistors in this new SoC, which makes it 40% more fast and 30% more graphical power, compared to the current A13 Bionic chip. 
But a tipster, namely 'Ice Universe'  posted AnTuTu benchmark scores of the new upcoming A14 chipset, which is 5,72,333 surprisingly which is very much lower than Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865+ chipset which is 6,29,245 and even is lower than the Snapdragon 865. However, this is so because it's said that these low makes are of because iPhone 12 pro max is not running on the final version of the software, which could be enhanced in the future when the iPhone will be on its latest version of the software. 
I am excited to see the results after the final product being launch by Apple for consumers. Are you too? Let,e know in the comment section below.

4. Samsung's Budget Tablet launched in India- Yes a budget Tablet! Sort of. Samsung just launched its new budget tablet 'Samsung Galaxy Tab A7'. It's being offered in two variants, LTE and Wi-Fi only variant. It features a 10.4" display with stereo speakers. It also supports the Dolby Atmos feature. This tab is powered by Snapdragon 662 SoC and comes with a WUXGA+ TFT display with 2000*1200 pixels. It runs on the latest Android 10 based on its own One UI 2.5. You'll get 3GB ram and 32GB storage which could be further expanded up to 1TB via microSD card. In optics, it's equipped with an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. It's going to be a very slim profile with just 7mm of thickness. 
Now let's come on to pricing. The Wi-Fi only variant costs you 17999 INR and the LTE variant is at 21999 INR. And will be offered in three color options Dark Gray, Gold, and Silver. It will be equipped with a mammoth 7040mAh battery. Currently available for pre-orders in India. You can pre-order it from Samung.com As well as from Amazon and Flipkart India. Check out the links for more info from here.

Do you think it's a budget tablet? Do share your opinions with me in the comment section down below. 

5. Nokia 9.3 Pureview- Good news is coming from HMD global for all Nokia lovers out there. HMD Global is planning to launch three smartphones in the coming November month. Nokia 9.3 PureView a true flagship smartphone could be equipped with an 8K display and having 120Hz refresh rate and a 108MP camera setup. The other two smartphones are Nokia 7.3 5G and Nokia 6.3. According to the website 'Nokia power user' HMD Global is going to host a huge launch event in November globally. No official statement of pricing of these and whether these phones are coming to India or not is still non-clear.

6. Motorola's next flagship folding smartphone- Lenovo-owned Motorola is going to launch a foldable flagship smartphone in the Indian market soon. On their official Twitter handle Motorola teased the upcoming "Moto Razr 5G in India. In their tweet, Motorola shared a short video of 36 seconds that includes Moto Razr 5G, with thus there could be a smart TV, And some other smart appliances too. The tweet suggests that these products will be launch in the upcoming festive season.
Moto Razr 5G may feature Snapdragon 765g SoC with Adreno 620 GPU. It could be equipped with a 6.2" flexible OLED display with a resolution of 2142*876 pixels. The dual sim phone (Nano + eSIM) runs on Android 10 based upon MY UX custom skin on top. The secondary display which comes after folding on the top would be a 2.7" glass OLED display with 600*800 pixels.  

7. Under display camera smartphone-  This one is directly from China..! China-based Global Technology Organization ZTE. launched the world's first under-display camera smartphone in China only for now. 'ZTE's Axon 20 5G' will be the first smartphone in the world equipped with an under-display camera on the front. You'll find no notch or punch-hole for the front camera making it the bezel-less device. This phone will be a mid-range smartphone and comes with SD 765G SoC, a 64MP quad rear camera setup, and the world's first 32MP under-display camera. It'll feature a 6.92" display with 1080*2460 pixels and a 90Hz refresh rate. Will be available in two configurations;- 6GB ram with 128GB storage and 8GB ram with 256GB storage. A 4200mAh battery with a 30W fast charger supplied in the box. 

8. Next is from Xiaomi India-  Today Xiaomi India launched its first-ever smartwatch in India. "Mi Watch Evolve" starting from 10999 INR. The watch comes with black and silver color variants. The sale will start from 6 October on Amazon India. It comes with a circular dial with two physical buttons on the right side and the body is made up of stainless steel.
It features a 1.39 inch AMOLED display with 454*454 pixels with up to 400 nits brightness. It also supports an always-on feature. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It comes with the 'Firstbeat Motion Algorithm' which helps you to track your all activities such as Tracking, Exercise, stress level, and even energy level(this is something new). It's waterproof up to 50 meters. It can be used with 'Xiaomi Wear App' which is compatible with both iOS and Android. Xiaomi is claiming that Mi Watch Revolve is capable of delivering two weeks of battery life. 

With this Xiaomi also launched the Mi Band 5 which is an upgraded version of Mi Band 4. It has a 1.1 inch AMOLED display with having brightness level of 400 nits. Now in Mi Band 5, you can customize watch faces with your clicked photos as a watch face. Now you got a magnetic charging mechanism. Now you can click photos through Mi Band 5. It now supports a total of 11 workout modes. It is also equipped with 'pai' (personal health assistant). 
The Mi Band 5 will cost 2500 INR and the sale starts from the 1st of October on Amazon India.

9. Realme New Smart TV- Realme is leading the industry when it comes to the products launching in a period of time. In the past few months, Realme launched a bunch of smartphones including Realme 7, Realme 7 pro, three smartphones in the Narzo series.  Now they are back again with a bunch of surprises. 
Realme soon going to launch its "SLED 4K Smart TV" in India, the company shared in their blog. It's going to be the world's first "SLED 4K Smart TV". The size of the TV is going to 55 inches with a 4K resolution. 
In SLED technology it comes with high color accuracy and TUV Rhineland Blue light certification to avoid harmful effects while watching TV. 
Realme worked with the chief scientist of SPD technology John Rooymeans. to develop this SLED technology. It'll produce a 108% NTSC color gamut. Realme is claiming that this NTSC value of SLED is much better than the standard LED TVs. This will deliver more life-like colors and set it apart from the others. 
As per the tweet of tipster Ishan Agarwal, the modal no of the TV will be "RMV2001 SLED TV 55" with the price tag of 69999 INR. It's already listed on Flipkart India and will b launching on 7th October at 12:30 pm.
 
REALME 7i 
Apart from this Realme also launching a budget smartphone 'Realme 7i' on the same day. The dual Nano sim device will feature a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It will runs on Android 10 with Realme UI on the top. It will be equipped with Snapdragon 662 SoC paired with 6GB LPDDR4x ram and UFS 2.1 128Gb of storage. In optics, it'll come with a 64MP quad rear camera setup and a 16MP front camera. Comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. It packs a 5000mAh battery with an 18W USB Type-C fast charger supplied in the box. 

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