Lava Agni 5G launched in India
Lava has launched its first 5G-enabled smartphone in India – Lava Agni 5G. The phone comes with loads of impressive features and has been launched at an attractive price. It features a 90Hz display, MediaTek’s new 5G chipset and a 64-megapixel quad rear camera setup among others. The Lava Agni 5G price in India is set at Rs 19,999 for the sole 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage variant. The latest smartphone will be sold in a single blue color variant.
OnePlus Nord 2 reportedly explodes in pocket
OnePlus Nord 2 has reportedly exploded in India again. This fresh incident has been reported on micro-blogging site Twitter, along with some images that suggest serious injuries to the user. Although OnePlus has not yet provided any details about the blast, the user has mentioned that the company has reached out to understand the matter. Besides, this is not the first time when the OnePlus Nord 2 has allegedly exploded. Similar incidents surfaced in the past as well.
PUBG New State to release on November 11
The South Korean gaming company Krafton is all set to bring its next-gen battle royal game PUBG New State globally on November 11. The much-awaited game will also be released in India as well which is the best part. Ahead of the official release, the game developer has announced exclusive benefits like – a limited vehicle skin upon pre-registration. The game is available for pre-registration for both Android and iOS users on Google Play store and Apple App store, respectively. The rewards will be credited once the game releases.
Squid Game crypto scam turns over 25 crore into zero
The recent Squid Game crypto scam led investors lost millions of dollars. Squid Game, one of the most watched Netflix shows across the world, had a crypto coin named after it within days. It was bought and sold online, giving nearly 3,000 percent returns in three days. After the token developers did the rug pull, the crypto token crashed to zero. This is the kind of scam where token creators leave the market along with the investors’ money. Investors lost more than Rs 25 crore. All of their money turned zero in less than five minutes.