Tech NewsWrap: Redmi 10 goes official… and more

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Redmi 10 goes official

Xiaomi has launched its budget smartphone Redmi 10 globally. The latest device comes with a new chipset, an improved camera set-up and more. It has 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz adaptive refresh rate. The display also comes with Sunlight display and Reading Mode 3.0 features. The new Redmi 10 uses MediaTek Helio G88 and will be available and comes in three storage variants. The phone is likely to come to India soon, which is likely to be priced around the Rs 10,000 bracket.

Google launches its first earbuds in India

Google Pixel Buds A-series earbuds are official in India. Google has launched its first ever truly wireless earbuds, making its entry into the personal wireless audio segment in the country. The new TWS earbuds come with 12mm dynamic drivers and can deliver up to 24 hours of playback time with the charging case. The tech giant has launched the Pixel Buds A-Series in India at Rs 9,999 and it will be available for purchase via Flipkart, Reliance Digital and Tata Cliq on August 25.

Realme Book Slim launched in India

Realme Book Slim have been launched in India. It is the company’s first laptop model, which comes in two distinct colour options. It features a 2K display and is powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processors. The brand has also launched its smartphones – Realme GT 5G and Realme GT Master Edition – in the country. The GT series is already available outside the country and its specifications are similar to the Chinese models. The Realme Book Slim will cost you Rs 44,999 for the Intel Core i3 variant and 256GB storage. There is also an Intel Core i5 model with 512GB storage, which is priced at Rs 56,999.

JBL launches Wave 100 TWS earbuds in India

Popular audio brand JBL is expanding its true wireless (TWS) line up of earbuds with the launch of the brand new JBL Wave 100 on Flipkart. Named after its unique design, the headphone has an uber-cool look with a stylish topless case having no edges or top cover and a wave-like free-flowing form. It comes at a pocket-friendly price and promise to offer a total of 20 hours of music playback. The company has priced the new earbuds at Rs 3,499 and can be purchased in Black, White and Blue colour options.

YouTube rolls out new search features

YouTube has announced some new features that will make it easier for users to search and discover new content on the platform. The new updates include – integrating video chapters with search results, automatically translated captions, expansion of video previews to mobile, and more. The Google-owned video platform now lets creators split their videos into multiple chapters that show up on the seek bar. It helps the viewers to see the various sections of a video and jump to the most relevant part with ease.

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