Tech NewsWrap: Honor 60, Honor 60 Pro launched… and more

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Honor 60, Honor 60 Pro launched

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Honor unveiled the Honor 60 series in China on November 30, 2021. The series comprises two smartphones — the Honor 60 and more powerful Honor 60 Pro. The devices will support Google Mobile Services aka Google Play Store and Google apps outside of China should Honor launch them globally. They have an OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Android 11 OS with MagicUI 5.0, 4,800mAh battery with 66W fast-charging support, and Snapdragon 778G/ 778G+ chipset.

Qualcomm, Google to develop a better AI experience

Qualcomm and Google have partnered to enhance AI capabilities in devices that are powered by the new Qualcomm and Snapdragon chipsets. The companies are working together to provide more accurate feedback from the AI. As part of the partnership, Google and Qualcomm plan to accelerate the development and differentiation of neural networks for Snapdragon, ACPC and XR mobile platforms, Snapdragon Ride Platform and Qualcomm Technologies’ IoT platforms.

Apple MacBook Pro users facing charging issues

Apple recently refreshed its MacBook Pro series with new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro/ M1 Max processors. The tech giant also reintroduced old features like SD card reader and MagSafe charger on the refreshed laptop models. However, new owners are facing a growing list of small problems. Some new MacBook Pro 16 users are now reporting charging issues. Another set of users are seemingly facing problems while connecting the old-gen MacBook to an external monitor.

Android TV 12 is officially out

Android TV 12 has been finally released. As per the reports, the stable version of Android TV 12 is now available only on Google’s ADT-3 developer devices as it comes in a beta version. Early in 2022, the public will be able to use Chromecast with Google TV and other Android TV devices. It brings a redesigned UI with support for 4K UI rendering, dynamic refresh rate switching, background blurs, improved support for HDR formats and surround sound formats.

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