Tech NewsWrap: Infinix INBook X1 laptops launched… and more

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Infinix INBook X1 laptops launched

The Infinix InBook X1 series have finally gone official. The series consists of three notebooks with 10th gen Intel processors – Intel Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 – and the Indian division has just announced the launch of the trio. All three laptops run on Windows 11 out-of-the-box and feature a 14-inch full HD IPS display. The laptops also have up to 512GB of SSD storage and feature a backlit keyboard. S for price, Intel Core i3 CPU model with 8GB RAM/256GB SSD is priced at Rs 35,999, Rs 45,999 for Intel Core i5, and Rs 55,999 for Intel Core i7 CPU model.

Vivo announces Y55s 5G

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has finally made the Vivo Y55s 5G smartphone official. The smartphone isn’t available in India at the moment, but the company usually brings most of its devices to the country too. It has a 6.58-inch LCD display with Full HD resolution and sports an 8-megapixel front camera. The phone also holds two cameras on the back, with the primary camera having 50-megapixel resolution. It will be sold in Blue, Pink or Black color options and is currently priced at CNY 1699, which is approximately Rs 20,000.

Google Chrome rolls out scrolling screenshot feature

Google has finally added support for Android 12’s scrolling screenshots in Chrome. With this, users can now witness some of the most dynamic features with an all-new design built. However, the scrolling screenshot feature was available on OnePlus, Samsung, and other devices. But it was certainly not available on all devices, including Google Pixel and more. The availability of scrolling screenshots in Google Chrome should let people capture and manage less images.

Instagram to bring back chronological feed in 2022

Instagram introduced algorithmic feed on its platform back in 2016. Ever since then, many Instagram users have insisted on having a more simplistic feed, one that would show posts chronologically. Soon, these users will have their wish come true as Instagram’s head Adam Mosseri that the company will bring back chronological feed in 2022. He made the announcement while he was being grilled by the Senate subcommittee about the issue of child safety on the photo and video sharing app.

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