Redmi Note 11, Note 11S, Note 11 Pro 4G and 5G launched globally
Xiaomi has unveiled its Redmi Note 11 series in the global markets. The series includes – Redmi Note 11, Redmi Note 11S, Note 11 Pro 4G and 5G – that was initially launched in China. The Redmi phones are now available in other parts of the world. All of them come with a flat frame design, mid-range processors, AMOLED displays, and 5,000mAh batteries. Owing to its lightweight, smart design and most importantly being cost-efficient, the latest offering of Redmi is winning admirers. All the models share a host of common features.
Apple has released iOS 15.3
The latest iOS update of Apple is here and it’s all about security and fixing particular vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the iPhone software. This version bump to iOS 15 is now available to download as an over-the-air (OTA) update if you have a compatible iPhone. Most notably, though, iOS 15.3 fixes Safari IndexedDB data leak, and all users are advised to update their devices. Compatibility for the phones reaches back as far as iPhone 6s, including iPhone SE first and current editions, plus the seventh-generation iPod touch.
Philips launched 2022 audio range
Philips has launched new headphones, true wireless earbuds (TWS), party speakers, including the Philips TWS TAT2206BK, Philips TAT2236BK, Philips TAA4216BK sports headphones, Philips TAX5206, and Philips TAX3206 party speakers. The new device has a longer playback time, better sound quality, and a fun light effect. The TWS earbuds have a long battery life and fast charging technology, while the sports headphones are durable and have an IP55 grade for water and dust resistance. Bluetooth connectivity is available on the Philips party speakers. One has a trolley style, while the other has a carry handle for convenient portability.
Huawei P50 Pro and P50 Pocket global availability officially announced
Huawei officially announced the start of the worldwide availability of its recent flagship smartphones. The first phase of the P50 Pro and the P50 Pocket’s will hit markets across Asia Pacific, The Middle East & Africa, Europe, and South America. Both the smartphones are powered by the Snapdragon 888 4G chip. Unlike its 5G variant, the chip comes equipped with only a 4G LTE modem, and so far, Qualcomm seems to have produced it only for Huawei.