Mi Mix 4 launched with under display camera
Mi Mix 4 smartphone is now official. Xiaomi has expanded its Mi Mix series phone lineup in its home country China. Xiaomi founder Lei Jun, during a launch event, unveiled the Mi Mix 4 alongside Mi Pad 5 and Mi TV OLED line-up. The latest device comes with a new camera technology that hides the front-facing sensor under the display. The company calls the camera ‘Camera Under Panel’ (CUP). For now, these are China-exclusive launches and there’s no clarity on when these products will be launched in India. The price of Mi Mix 4 has been set at CNY 4,999 (approx Rs 57,400) for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, while the 8GB + 256GB model that is priced at CNY 5,299 (Rs 60,800) and a 12GB + 256GB variant at CNY 5,799 (Rs 66,600).
Samsung Galaxy A10 gets Android 11 update in India
According to a report, the update to Android 11 for the A10 is already rolling out in India, although this may be a staged affair as usual, meaning that it could take a few days (or more) for the notification to pop up on all the units out there in the wild. The new version is labeled A105FDDU6CUH2, and in addition to the bump in the Android version, it also brings Samsung’s One UI 3.1 and the August 2021 security patch level.
HP launches new ENVY notebooks in India
PC and printer major HP brought the new ENVY notebook portfolio with two devices to India that start from Rs 104,999. The ENVY 14 and ENVY 15 notebooks are aimed at creative professionals and multi-tasters in the country, offering a seamless experience as they shift between different modes of creative output. The HP ENVY 14 is available in Natural Silver colour at a starting price of Rs 104,999, while the HP ENVY 15 (Natural Silver colour) will cost you Rs 154,999.
Jio may not be able to replicate Indian success in Europe: UBS
Reliance industries may not be able to replicate the success of its India telecoms operations in Europe with a potential bid for T-Mobile Netherlands, brokerage UBS has said after a newswire report said RIL is weighing a bid for Deutsche Telecom’s Dutch arm. The Mukesh Ambani-led conglomerate’s telecom arm Reliance Jio Infocomm has “benefitted from relatively unique circumstances in the India market, which might not necessarily be replicable in Europe,” UBS mentioned.
You can now skip chapters in YouTube videos
YouTube is getting a new fast forward and rewind feature that lets the users skip chapters while playing a video. Users with a two finger double tap can skip ahead or backwards to the next and previous chapter in a YouTube video. As per a report by Android Police, the new two-finger double-tap feature for YouTube was first discovered by a Reddit user (@u/magnatronmusic31). The feature is said to be an addition to the newly launched video scrubbing gesture on YouTube.