Top Tech News Today: OnePlus 7 Pop-Up Selfie Camera, Redmi 7 Leaked, Oppo SD 855 Flagship & More!
Leak of Redmi 7 is trending today in the tech news world!
OnePlus recently unveiled it’s 5G smartphone prototype at the MWC 2019 event, a new series running on 5G. While there’s already a 5G smartphone in the pipeline, the company is now getting ready with its next, OnePlus 7.
Realme 3 Pro is also in the news with some speculated leaks.
Redmi Note 7 went on sale yesterday, and Redmi Note 7 Pro will have its first sale on March 13. Redmi 7 is also expected very soon, probably by a couple of months in India.
Let’s take a quick look at the top tech news from today.
- 1 Xiaomi Launches A TikTok Like App Called Zili
- 2 Redmi 7 Leaked In YouTube Video
- 3 Vivo X27 Launch On March 19
- 4 OnePlus 7 360-Degree Renders Show Pop Up Camera & Full Design
- 5 Oppo Snapdragon 855 Flagship With 10X Hybrid Zoom
- 6 Black Shark 2 Gets Listed On Geekbench
- 7 Mobile Data In India Is The Cheapest In The World
Xiaomi Launches A TikTok Like App Called Zili
The Xiaomi Zili app is still in its beta testing phase, an app aimed at making music videos. The Zili app is said to be a TikTok rip-off with similar features and functions. It’s a video maker and discovery app that allows users to edit their videos instantly with new filters and features like puzzle, boomerang and superzoom, aimed at helping users to create awesome videos within no time.
Redmi 7 Leaked In YouTube Video
Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi 7 has been leaked in a recent YouTube video. According to the video, Redmi 7 packs in a Snapdragon 632, 6.26-inch HD+ display, a 3,900mAh battery and a 12-megapixel + 8-megapixel dual rear camera setup. The Redmi 7 has a micro-USB connector with a triple slot setup allowing two SIMs and an SD card, dual cameras and a fingerprint sensor.
Vivo X27 Launch On March 19
A mysterious Vivo V1829A/T model has been spotted, expected to the upcoming Vivo X27, has been revealed with a 6.39-inch AMOLED display. The smartphone will come with a notch-less screen featuring an in-display fingerprint reader, fueled by 2.2GHz octa-core processor and 8GB of RAM. It will come in two storage options of 128GB and 256GB. It will have a triple 48MP+13MP+5MP camera module with a pop-up 16MP shooter.
OnePlus 7 360-Degree Renders Show Pop Up Camera & Full Design
The new 360-degree renders show off an edge-to-edge display without any notch and a pop-up selfie camera. The volume rocker remains on the left, with the on the right, and alert slider above it. There’s a speaker grill down with the USB Type-C port. Going back, there’s a pilled shaped triple rear camera setup placed in the top half region symmetrically in the center of OnePlus 7.
Oppo Snapdragon 855 Flagship With 10X Hybrid Zoom
The upcoming Oppo flagship will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 4,065 mAh battery and the much-hyped 10X hybrid zoom system on the back. Unveiled at the MWC 2019, the 10X zoom will come with a triple camera setup sporting a telephoto lens, an ultra-wide lens and a third standard depth sensor. The 10X lossless zoom system with ultra wide lens comes with 159 mm focal length.
Black Shark 2 Gets Listed On Geekbench
The second generation Black Shark 2 has been spotted with 12GB RAM and Snapdragon 855 on Geekbench. Listed as ‘Blackshark Skywalker’ on Geekbench, the smartphone earlier was spotted with Snapdragon 855 and 8GB of RAM. An additional listing now shows another model called ‘Black Shark AAA’ on Geekbench with 12GB of RAM. It will come with Game Turbo mode with improved gaming experience, backed by CPU and GPU boost.
Mobile Data In India Is The Cheapest In The World
According to a recent study, mobile data in India is the cheapest in the world. After Jio took over the Indian telecom industry in September 2016, the data prices saw a rapid fall over the last few years. India has the cheapest mobile data in the world with 1GB costing just Rs 18.5 ($0.26). The global average of $8.53 for 1GB (around Rs 600), a research by Cable.co.uk showed. The study compared mobile data charges in 230 countries across globe.