/Tech NewsWrap: Tecno’s first 5G phone’s renders revealed… and more

Tech NewsWrap: Tecno’s first 5G phone’s renders revealed… and more

Tech NewsWrap

Tecno’s first 5G phone Pova 5G’s renders revealed

Tecno is reportedly to be working on the Tecno Pova Neo smartphone. According to the fresh information, the company is also working on its first 5G smartphone, the Tecno Pova 5G. The phone’s key specifications, as well as renders, have finally been leaked. It will be priced between $280 (approx. 20,000) and $300 (approx. 22,000). In different countries, including India, the device is expected to compete against the likes of Redmi Note 11T 5G.

Telegram is launching ‘Sponsored Messages’ tool

Telegram announced that it is launching Sponsored Messages that will allow anyone to promote their channel or bot. As encrypted messaging app explains, users will only see sponsored messages (read advertisements) in public channels that have more than 1,000 subscribers. These promotional messages will have a 160 character limit and will be related to the topic of the channel in which they are shown. The company, in a statement said, Sponsored Messages are currently in test mode and are not available to everyone.

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PM Modi warns the young about danger of cryptocurrencies

PM Narendra Modi said that youngsters must be kept away from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. He added that the danger is immediate and the world must come together to address the problem before it is too late. This message was applicable in particular to democracies where freedom is taken for granted and there is no institutional control over many things. Therefore, it was important that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are not allowed to get into the wrong hands as it can spoil the youth.

Instagram adds two new features to its platform

Instagram has come up with two new features to its platform. The Meta-owned photo sharing app has launched “Rage Shake” feature that will let users report a problem by just shaking the phone. It will now have an option of deleting individual images from a carousel after it has been uploaded. The development was announced by Instagram head Adam Msseri in a video that he posted on his Twitter handle. In the video, he said that users will be able to quickly inform the company about any problems they may face on the app.

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