This month has seen a lot of tech and even more is on the way. From Realme to POCO and to Samsung, smartphone manufacturers are all set to surprise their customers with new technology, be it super fast charging speeds or a new face mask or some new patents. Customers are becoming more aware than ever and hence the market is getting even more competitive. Here are some of the Tech News Today:
1. Realme 7/7 PRO Launch
The Realme is set to launch its latest smartphones Realme 7 and 7 PRO on September 3 this year and will come with a 65 W SuperDart Fast charger. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G Soc and will come with 6GB and 64GB of RAM and storage instead of 128 respectively for the base model. Meanwhile, stay tuned for the full review. Other specs are:
- Type: IPS LCD panel
- Resolution: 1080 x 2400 Pixels
- PPI: 395
- 64 MP Primary Camera
- 12 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera
- 8 MP Telephoto Camera
- 2 MP Depth Camera
- 6000 mAh
- 65 W fast charging
- Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, Volte and more.
2. Google on Tik-Tok
There were rumors all around about Google buying Tik-Tok and the app has been subjected to a lot of controversy in the past as well as India banned it on the ground of security issues. However, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, has clarified that Google has no intention in buying Tik-Tok.
3. Samsung working on 3 foldable devices
Samsung is supposedly working on 3 folding phones as of now but it has been heard that 1 device will come with a S-pen and 1 device would be a budget foldable phone. Although the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is around the corner, there is nothing more about the other foldables that we are aware of, as of the tech news today.
4. LG’s new face mask
Today LG announced the PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier face mask as its first into the category. Covid-19 pandemic has had us put masks on the top of our hygiene priority list. So, LG has not missed this opportunity and unveiled a mask with dual fans, two H13 HEPA filters to purify air, a Respiratory Sensor and a battery to power it all up. It has three levels to ease out resistance when inhaling or exhaling. The masks comes with a 820 mAh battery that gives around 8 hrs of function when in low mode and 2 hrs when in high mode.
5. POCO X3 launch
POCO X3 is said to be the successor of the POCO X2. The POCO X2 dissapointed a lot of customers as it was not as value for money but the POCO F1 was. Although there are high hopes from the X3. As per the leaks, the POCO X3 will supposedly be launched on 8th Sept. in the Turkish region but we will have to see. In addition, it is rumored to have a Snapdragon 732 SoC and a 120Hz display with 240Hz touch latency. The Poco X3 is thought to rock a 64-megapixel quad camera setup. At the front, the device is expected to have a 20-megapixel sensor. The Poco X3 is said to pack a rather large 5,160mAh battery with 33W fast charging.
6. Samsung Galaxy M51 Launch
The Samsung Galaxy M51 is being advertised as the “meanest monster ever”. It will be launched on 4 Sept as the rumors suggest. The phone is packing a 60Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1800 pixels. It is supposed to have Snapdragon 735G processor and will come in 6/8 GB RAM and 128 GB Storage rather than 64 GB and will have an option for expandable memory. Not only that, the battery is said to have a massive 7,000 mAh capacity which to me, is bonkers. Meanwhile, as far as the cameras go, it will have a quad camera setup with a 64MP primary lens, an ultra-wide lens, a depth sensor and a macro lens. The front camera is rumored to be a 32MP sensor and so, the price is speculated to be around Rs. 25,000/-.
7. Airtel, Vodafone losing customers
Airtel and Vodafone have lost 94 lacs subscribers in just the month of May. The non-aggressive pricing has put these telecom giants in a not so good position. While their subscribers are continuously being lost, Jio has gained 36 lacs subscriber in May while BSNL has gained 2 lacs.
In conclusion these are all the Tech News today and let’s see what the month of September has for us as far as Tech goes. Meanwhile, be safe and others safe in these tough times.