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There’s been a sudden surge of budget phone launches in the past few months; the Redmi 9 from Xiaomi being one of them. This recent offering is priced under Rs. 10,000 and is the successor to the Redmi 8 (Review). The Redmi 9 sold in India shouldn’t be confused with the global model of the same
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OnePlus 8T may support 65W Warp Charge. OnePlus’s landing page for the launch event of the upcoming phone has a dual-cell charging system as the main focus and it is teasing its “newest Warp Charge technology”. In its latest teaser for OnePlus 8T, the company hints that the phone will offer ultra-fast charging speeds. All
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WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that allows users to secure a new WhatsApp Web session using their fingerprint. This looks to improve the overall security of your chats, keeping others from creating new web sessions without your knowledge. This new feature was spotted to be under development in the latest beta. The
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The sub-Rs. 20,000 price segment today features a range of powerful smartphones which offer anything from pop-up selfie cameras, in-display fingerprint sensors and 64-megapixel cameras to powerful processors that can even rival some mid-tier phones. We have recently reviewed some pretty neat additions to the segment. Realme launched the 7 Pro as part of its
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WhatsApp is reportedly working on several improvements, and some of them were spotted in the code of the latest Android beta. This includes a new Catalogue Shortcut for business accounts enabling quick access to their product portfolio. There is also a new ‘Add WhatsApp Doodles’ option that is under development allowing users to make their
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Google urged the European Commission on Thursday to avoid a one-size-fits-all approach to the tech industry in its forthcoming Digital Services Act. The EU executive is drawing up new rules for data-sharing and the digital marketplace as well as boosting competition after concluding that multiple antitrust actions against Google have been ineffectual. The Commission’s public
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