Noise launches budget ColorFit smartwatch
Noise has unveiled affordable smartwatch Noise ColorFit Caliber in the Indian market. All the Noise ColorFit Caliber variants feature a flat-edge design and round-shaped dial on the right instead of the curved button. Also, the wearable comes with more than 150 customisable and cloud watch faces. It will officially launch on January 6, 2022 but the price has already been revealed at Rs 3,999. Customers will be able to purchase the watch via Flipkart in five color options.
OnePlus 10 Pro official teaser out
OnePlus 10 Pro has been spotted in an official looking teaser video that showcases the handset in its entirety and lines up with earlier leaked renders. The upcoming OnePlus flagship smartphone will debut in China. The leaked video on Weibo not only reveals the OnePlus 10 Pro launch date, that is, January 11, 2021, but also gives us our first official look at the much-awaited flagship. The yet-to-be revealed OnePlus 10 Pro will run Android 12 OS and the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. It will be topped by the unified ColorOS and OxygenOS.
PUBG: New State to get new map in 2022
PUBG: New State is set to get a new map along with its next major update. The South Korean company has given a sneak peek of the upcoming map ahead of its official debut. The game was launched in India and around the world in November as the latest battle royale title for mobile gamers — after PUBG Mobile and India-exclusive Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). The new map appears to be a semi-urban, semi-hill-like terrain that also features plains as well as plenty of buildings.
Samsung teases upcoming Exynos processor
Samsung has teased its upcoming mobile processor – the Exynos 2200 – via a video on Twitter. The chipset will be unveiled on January 11, 2022. In the teaser, the South Korean tech giant hints about the gaming performance of its upcoming Exynos 2200 chipset, which could be improved. Samsung, in its tweet, mentions that the GPU on the Exynos 2200 will be inspired by RDNA 2 technology of AMD that powers the leading gaming consoles such as Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.