Xiaomi Redmi 10C launched
Xiaomi’s latest Redmi 10C smartphone has been released in Nigeria. The Xiaomi Redmi 10C is the newest addition to Xiaomi’s Redmi 10 series portfolio, and it replaces the Redmi 9C, which was released last year. This mid-range smartphone features a Qualcomm chipset and a front-facing waterdrop notch display. The handset features a textured shell with a squarish camera module that houses a dual-camera system and a fingerprint scanner. The Xiaomi Redmi 10C has been unveiled in Nigeria with its 4GB RAM + 64GB storage option priced at NGN 78,000 (roughly Rs 14,394).
Realme 9 5G Series goes for first sale today
Last week, Realme launched the Realme 9 5G and Realme 9 5G SE smartphones in India. The latest Realme 9 series devices are 5G-enabled, as the name suggests, and offer a good price-to-performance ratio. Both of these handsets will be on sale in the country for the first time today. The Realme 9 5G SE is also available in two variants: 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. The handset’s 6GB memory option costs Rs 19,999. The price of the 8GB memory option is Rs 22,999. With ICICI and SBI credit cards, the company is offering a flat discount of Rs 2,000.
Samsung Galaxy Awesome Unpacked 2022 date tipped
Samsung is getting ready to host the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event shortly, and information about it is steadily pouring in. Evan Blass, a tipster, just revealed that the company will be hosting its upcoming event on March 17. The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and Samsung Galaxy A73 5G are scheduled to be unveiled at the event. This is Samsung’s second big event of the year. The business previously held the Galaxy Unpacked event, where it debuted the year’s top phones, the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series. Blass tweeted the date of the forthcoming Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event.
WhatsApp launches a new browser extension
The dev team of WhatsApp announced a new browser extension after enabling simultaneous multi-device capability in its beta edition. The add-on is called Code Verify, and its main aim is to confirm that the online version of WhatsApp is safe and secure, with end-to-end encryption intact. The instant messaging app claims that the number of WhatsApp web logins has increased since unveiling multi-device compatibility. And, of course, the online app is more vulnerable to attacks. As a result, Code Verify provides the same level of security as a native Windows, iOS, or Android software.