Vivo T1 Pro launched alongside its base variant in India
The popular Chinese smartphone brand, Vivo, has launched its T1 Pro with its base variant T1 44W. The Vivo T1 Pro 5G smartphone is available in two beautiful colours: Turbo Black and Turbo Cyan. While, on the other hand, the T1 44W is available in three vibrant colours: Midnight Galaxy, Starry Sky, and Ice Dawn. The Vivo T1 Pro 5G costs Rs 23,999 for the 6GB + 128 GB model and Rs 24,999 for the 8GB + 128 GB model. T1 44W, on the other hand, will cost Rs 14,499 for 4 GB + 128 GB, Rs 15,999 for 6GB + 128 GB, and Rs 17,999 for 8GB + 128 GB. Both the devices are available on Flipkart as well as Vivo India’s e-store, and partner retail shops throughout India. Pre-orders for the new T1 Pro 5G will begin on May 5, 2022, and the initial sale will begin on May 7, 2022, at 12 a.m. The Vivo T1 44W, on the other hand, will be available from 2 p.m. on May 8, 2022.
Sony launches Bravia X75K 4K LED TV series in India
Sony is back with its Bravia series. It has just introduced the new Bravia X75K 4K LED TV series in India. The series features a dedicated display chip with a unique Live Color technology. Furthermore, it has Google TV compatibility, and other sophisticated specifications and features. The new Sony Bravia X75K TVs are available in four different sizes, ranging from 43 to 65 inches. To provide a “true-to-life viewing experience,” all Bravia X75K models include a 4K UHD LED display with low bezels. Thanks to a special X1 4K image processor within, the display here supports 4K HDR content. The chipset, which is powered by the company’s Live Color technology, uses complex algorithms to decrease noise and improve content details. The Bravia X75K TVs also include Sony’s X-Reality Pro technology. Additionally, it features Motionflow XR technology, which produces and inserts extra frames in between materials to provide an ultra-smooth viewing experience.
Samsung forayed into the vacuum cleaner segment in India
Since the pandemic, healthy cleaning has been the new normal norm. Hence, after Xiaomi and Realme, Samsung has forayed into the Vacuum cleaner segment in India. The Samsung Jet cordless stick vacuum cleaner series is available in three models Jet 70, Jet 75 and Jet 90. Samsung claims that it’s digital motor can produce up to 200W of suction force. It also has a ‘Jet Cyclone system,’ which consists of nine cyclones with 27 air inlets for securely trapping small dust particles vacuumed into the vacuum cleaner. These dust particles travel through a multi-layered filtration system, which traps dust particles and allergies while releasing clean air back into the environment.
Spotify announces a music-themed virtual island
Spotify has taken its first steps into the metaverse by announcing the launch of Spotify Island on Roblox. Players will be able to create music, play games, and engage with virtual artists in this virtual world. Spotify describes this island as “a paradise of sound where fans and artists from all over the world can hang out and explore a wonderland of sounds, quests, and exclusive merch.” Spotify Island is branded with the Spotify logo and boasts a lush green environment with heart-shaped “Like” symbols that users can gather and use to buy virtual items from their favourite musicians. The special in-game virtual merch will allow artists to engage with their fans while also earning money, according to the music-streaming site. The artists will receive a portion of the proceeds.