Vivo T1 5G launched in India
Vivo’s latest 5G smartphone, the Vivo T1 5G, has been released. Vivo has unveiled it as a sub-Rs 20,000 5G device featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a fast refresh rate display, and other capabilities. The Vivo T1 5G was unveiled at a virtual event hosted by the smartphone manufacturer and broadcast live on Vivo’s official YouTube channel. The Vivo T1 5G is available in India for Rs 14,990 for the base 4GB RAM + 128GB storage edition, Rs 15,990 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, and Rs 18,990 for the top-spec 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant.
Redmi Smart Band Pro, Smart TV X43 launched in India
Redmi Smart Band Pro launched in India. It is the Xiaomi sub-brand’s latest wearable to debut in the country. The smart wearable was unveiled alongside the Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 11S. Redmi Smart Band Pro comes with support for over 110 workout modes and claims to offer over 14 days of battery life. The company also launched the Redmi Smart TV X43, the smallest display in the company’s X-series smart TV lineup, with a 43-inch 4K OLED display, Dolby Vision, and 30W speakers. Redmi Smart Band Pro price in India is set at Rs 3,999, while Redmi Smart TV X43 price in India is set at Rs 28,999.
Instagram rolls out bulk delete feature
Instagram has announced the global rollout of numerous features, including ‘Your activity.’ The company said that people will now be able to bulk manage — delete, archive — their content and their interactions including comments, likes, story sticker reactions, etc. With the new account controls that are being unveiled by the Meta-owned photo-sharing app, users can now delete comments and posts in bulk, review past interactions on their account. They can also search for content by date. The new features can be accessed from ‘Your Activity’ section on a user’s profile.
WhatsApp Beta for Windows gets dark mode support
The WhatsApp beta app for Windows 10 and 11, which we first saw in November, is getting a major update that includes support for dark mode. We haven’t seen anything else in this version, so it appears to be the biggest and most notable change. Dark mode support means you’ll be able to use the WhatsApp Beta software on your Windows PC much more easily, especially at night. By default, the app will use your system theme, but you can change it to be permanently light or dark if you want.