Nokia launches T20 tablet in India
HMD Global has launched its first tablet – Nokia T20 – in India. Available in 3GB and 4GB RAM, these models support Wi-Fi plus calling. The tablet is powered by an 8,200mAh battery that can deliver up to 15 hours of browsing on a single charge. The 32GB tablet is priced at Rs 15,499 and the 4GB variant is available at Rs 16,499. The other option consists of 64GB internal storage. The tablet also comes with expandable storage of up to 512GB via mciorSD card. It is being sold in two colour options – Deep Ocean and Ocean Blue.
XGIMI launches smart portable 4K projector Elfin in India
The XGIMI Elfin smart projector has gone official in India. XGIMI has launched a new portable projector dubbed Elfin. The company has expanded its portfolio with a feature-laden projector that weighs less than 1 kg. Aside from that, the Elfin smart projector comes with special features that offer efficient eye protection. It packs a big battery that claims to offer a longer battery life. The company also said that its new projector will offer a safer viewing experience by minimising waste and checking the blue light exposure.
TCL X20 SE and TCL 20A 5G launched
According to a report, TCL X20 SE and TCL 20A 5G have been launched in the US. Both new phones are said to have triple rear cameras and also a custom-designed TCL UI on top of Android. It comes with 18W fast charging support. On the distinction part, the TCL X20 SE is reportedly powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 SoC, whereas the TCL 20A 5G carries Qualcomm Snapdragon 480. The latter also has high-speed 5G connectivity. The TCL X20 SE carries a pricing of $160 at Metro by T-Mobile. There is no information on the pricing of the 20A 5G.
Huawei Watch Fit launched in India
Huawei Watch Fit was unveiled in India. The wearable was launched in August globally, and its India availability was first teased on Amazon India last week. It has a 1.64-inch vivid AMOLED display, comes with over 97 workout modes, and all-day SpO2 monitoring. The Huawei Watch Fit has a large display, and it includes features like 24×7 heart rate monitoring, and 10-day battery life. It resembles a lot with the newly launched Redmi Smart Band Pro, which also offers SpO2 tracking.