Tech NewsWrap: Redmi Note 10T 5G price leaks in India… and more

Redmi Note 10T 5G

Redmi Note 10T 5G price in India leaks

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is all set to launch its Note 10T in India on July 20. It is going to be the first Redmi mobile with 5G in the country. While the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is yet to confirm details about this upcoming handset, several rumors and leaks have already revealed some crucial information about its pricing. As per the new leak, the Redmi Note 10T will retail for Rs 14,999 and there might be some launch offers for its first sale. The leak also suggests that the smartphone will come in only one variant with 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

WhatsApp rolls out joinable calls to iOS

For iOS beta users, WhatsApp has rolled out a feature that allows them to join an ongoing call they have been invited to. Currently, users cannot join a group call they have missed it. This new feature has been introduced with WhatsApp beta update 2.21.140.11 for iOS and is scheduled to arrive on Android devices too.

Apple releases $99 MagSafe battery pack for iPhone 12

Apple launches a new MagSafe battery pack for iPhone 12 that snaps on with a magnet to the back of one of the iPhone 12 models. It is designed to work with the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Available in a white color, the MagSafe battery has its own lightning connector for charging. Although Apple’s website doesn’t list exact dimensions, but it is roughly the same width as the iPhone 12 mini.

Amazon India announces ‘Back to College’ sale in India

Amazon India announced ‘Back to College’ sale in India. The sale started on July 13 and will go on until July 31. During the sale’s course, Amazon India will be offering up to 50 per cent discount on the purchase of headphones, laptops, speakers and accessories. Also, there will be no cost EMI options on the purchase of various devices.

Google Meet enforces group call time limit for free Gmail users

Google Meet, via an update on its support page, announced that free Gmail users can now host a group call for only 60 minutes at a stretch. “At 55 minutes, everyone gets a notification that the call is about to end. To extend the call, the host can upgrade their Google account. Otherwise, the call will end at 60 minutes,” the guidelines say.

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