Top News Today: Realme A1, Nokia 6.2 Launch, WhatsApp Dark Mode & More!
Realme's teaser for a entertainment-focussed phone has surprised everyone.
Realme has confirmed the launch of Realme 3 by the end of first quarter and a new smartphone with the 48MP camera. Before that, the company was planning to launch a new budget device, which may not happen anymore.
Bing search engine has been banned in China.
The 2019 edition of Nokia 6 is being tipped to launch in February. Known as Nokia 6.2, the smartphone may come with a punch hole display at mid-range pricing. LG will also unveil its first Snapdragon 855 smartphone at the MWC 2019 with 5G support.
Let’s take a quick look at the top tech news from today.
Nokia 6.2 Launch
The 2019 edition of Nokia 6, the Nokia 6.2 may launch in February at the upcoming MWC event. As per the latest reports, Nokia 6.2 will launch alongside Nokia 9 PureView at the MWC 2019. Nokia 6.2 will feature a punch hole display, Snapdragon 632, Zeiss branded dual cameras, fast charging and more.
Galaxy S10 Lineup Lives Images Leaked
The upcoming lineup of the whole Samsung Galaxy S10 series has been leaked in live images. The series will include Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and the affordable Galaxy S10 Lite. The live images have been leaked in full glory revealing the punch-hole displays, triple camera setup the headphone jack.
First LG Snapdragon 855 Smartphone
South Korean tech behemoth LG will unveil its first 5G smartphone in February. The smartphone will also be it’s first with Snapdragon 855, confirmed to be launching at MWC 2019. The company also may launch it’s LG G8 at the event with sound-on-display technology and a secondary attachable screen.
New Realme C1 Variant On The Way
Realme is planning to launch a few new variants of its hit C1 series. The company may soon launch some new versions of Realme C1 in India soon. The Realme A1 will take some more time. Realme 3 is also on the pipeline, so Realme may not launching a new smartphone yet, and rather roll out some new variants of its bestselling Realme C1.
Microsoft’s Bing Blocked In China
China is known to block any foreign technology or content that may harm its structural government and its strong rules. In the latest development, China has now blocked Microsoft’s Bing search engine. It will join the list of already blocked sites like Google, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and more.
Apart from Bing, China also took down 733 websites citing national security as a reason.
Dark Modes Coming Soon On WhatsApp, Twitter & Android Q
A lot of platforms are working on to bring the dark mode feature. While many of them already have it, some of them are still working on it. YouTube also recently got a dark mode features for its app. Among the recent, we will soon get to see the Dark Mode feature on WhatsApp, Twitter and Android Q.