Nubia Z20 With Dual Displays: Nubia Z20 has been launched in China with a dual-display experience.
This triple rear cameras flagship phone is having a curved display without any notch. Its price is Rs 35,200 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage configuration, while its 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model is priced Rs. 37,200.
Apple Drops to Fourth in Global Smartphone Shipments: The Smartphone company Samsung, Huawei, and Oppo are at the top three positions and Apple drops itself to 4th position. According to the analyst, high pricing and customers holding on to their older iPhones could be the reason behind the drop in sales.
Honor Fitness Band 5 Launched in India:
Huawei launched an Honor Band 5 in India with price at Rs. 2,599. This band will monitor real-time heart rate with advanced health-tracking and measurement technology.
Free Wi-Fi Hotspots Project Approved by Delhi Cabinet: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said there will be 11,000 hotspots all over the city while addressing the media. “A total of 4,000 hotspots will be installed at bus shelters and 7,000 in various colonies. Each of the 70 Assembly constituency will get 100 hotspots,” he said. This project with an estimated cost of Rs. 100 crores, will be on the ground in three-four months, Kejriwal said. Each user will have a 15GB limit of data for each month.
Android Q Beta 6 Released: The Android Q Beta 6 is the final preview version of Android Q and its final version will most likely be released next month.
Tesla Stands by Model 3 Safety Claims Despite US Probes: Electric carmaker Tesla stood by its Model 3 safety claims on Wednesday in the face of regulatory scrutiny. Tesla said that Model 3 has been engineered to be the safest car ever built and the lowest probability of injury.
British Airways Resume Services After Latest IT Meltdown: British Airways apologies to customers for Wednesday’s disruption as it cancelled more than 60 flights and more than 100 were delayed as the airline suffered its computer failure.
FedEx to End Delivery Deal With Amazon: The FedEx confirmed on Wednesday it would terminate its contract with Amazon.com for small-package ground deliveries, as the Amazon is focussing on building its own delivery network.