OnePlus 9RT launch date confirmed
The launch of OnePlus 9RT has been teased by the company’s co-founder Pete Lau via Weibo. The company will launch its affordable flagship in China on October 13. OnePlus has not yet confirmed any details regarding the OnePlus 9RT launch in India. However, it is expected that company will launch the device in the country soon. The teaser reveals the name of the upcoming phone. It has a triple-camera setup on the back with a 50-megapixel primary camera sensor. As per the leaked details, the price of OnePlus 9RT will be set between CNY 2,000 (approx. Rs 23,250) and CNY 3,000 (approx. Rs 34,800) in China. The phone will launch in three colors – Blue, Dark Black/ Grey and Silver.
Galaxy Watch 4 gets Samsung’s internet browser
Samsung has rolled out its internet browser to the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic that allows users to browse the Internet from some of the best Android smartwatches. According to reports, the browser includes a slew of features designed to make browsing on a small screen easier. Users can also zoom in on a page to see what you are reading more clearly. While the browser on a smartwatch may not be as intuitive as it is on phone, it still provides a convenient option for browsing the internet on the go.
Google Assistant now works without saying ‘Hey Google’
Some Pixel smartphone users have reportedly have started to receive the new Google Assistant feature ‘Quick Phrases’. It allows you to command your Android device to perform certain tasks without using the trigger phrase ‘Hey Google’. As per the reports, the feature have been found in Google Pixel 3 XL that was running the Android 12 Beta and Google App version 22.214.171.124. It is not known whether Android 12 is a requirement for Quick Phrases.
Microsoft Xbox partners with Adidas for 20th anniversary
Microsoft Xbox have teamed up with Adidas to unveil its first console-inspired sneaker in celebration of the Xbox’s 20th anniversary. The Xbox 20th Forum Tech sneakers features translucent green details inspired by the original 2001 console, marking the first-ever generation of gaming at Microsoft. As part of the ongoing celebrations for 20th anniversary, Xbox has also partnered with Trolli – a brand that truly embodies the neon-lit, fantastical worlds of gaming.