Black Shark 4 Pro goes global
The Black Shark 4 Pro is now available internationally, about a year after it was first announced. It joins the vanilla model, which was released in May of last year. The Snapdragon 888 chipset is used in the phone (the 888+ was used in the 4S Pro). There are two configurations: 8 + 128 GB and 12 + 256 GB (the 16 + 512 GB capacity is only available in China). It will come pre-installed with JOYUI 12.5, which is based on MIUI 12.5. Surprisingly, the global Black Shark 4 Pro will be able to charge at the same 120W rate as the Chinese version.
Fire-Boltt Ninja Calling smartwatch launched
Fire-Boltt has diversified its flagship Ninja portfolio with the launch of a new Bluetooth calling smartwatch called Ninja Calling in India. It comes with voice assistant support. The smartwatch is available at an introductory price of Rs 2,999 on leading ecommerce platform Amazon. The all-new Ninja Calling wrist gear comes in Black, White, Pink, Blue and Steel colour options. The smartwatch sports an elegant look and features a 1.69-inch full touch display ensuring 450 nits peak brightness and 240×280 pixel resolution. To enable ease of access for calling purposes, features such as Quick Dial Pad and Call History have been included in Fire-Boltt Ninja Calling.
Amazon sues AppSally and Rebatest for alleged fake reviews
Two bogus review brokers have been sued by Amazon. Amazon’s legal action follows a thorough examination of these review brokers, who claim to have a combined membership of over 900,000 people eager to post fraudulent evaluations. To ensure a safe and trustworthy shopping experience for its customers and extensive opportunities to create thriving businesses, Amazon has registered lawsuit against AppSally and Rebatest. Besides Amazon, these fake review brokers mislead shoppers by having their members try to post fake reviews in other stores such eBay, Etsy and Walmart.
Yamaha unveils six new audio products in India
Yamaha released six new audio devices in India, including premium wireless headphones and wireless neckband earbuds. Yamaha’s audio business has now unveiled a total of six products, three each in the premium wireless headphones and wireless neckband earphones categories. Its over-the-ear headphones YH-L700A, YH-E700A, and YH-E500A, as well as the Yamaha EP-E70A, EP-E50A, and EP-E30A wireless neckband earphones, have finally arrived in India. The entire collection is priced from Rs 4,800 to Rs 43,300, so there should be something for everyone.