Top Tech News Today: Ola Banned In Bengaluru For 6 Months, Xiaomi Mi Band 4 Leaked, Reliance Jio 100GB Offer

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OLA has been banned in Karnataka after it was found ilegallil carrying out bike taxi business in the state. The ban is going to stay in effect for the next six months, starrust March 18.

Afterhuge success with wearables, Xiaomi is now all set to launch it’s fourth generation Mi Band 4. The company is currently the number one wearable brand in the country.

WeChat will be launching it’s UPI based payment ecosystem in India soon.

Oppo Reno will have three variants during launch: Reno Pro, Reno Zoom and Reno Lite. The company will be unveiling the brand new series on April 10.

Let’s check out the top tech news from today.

Ola Banned In Bengaluru For 6 Months

Ola has been banned in Bengaluru including other parts of Karnataka for the next six months. The cab aggreatroa was found  violating Regional Transport Office (RTO) license rules. The OLA bike taxi busubusi in the city was decalrde illegal couple of weeks back. But even after being devalrde illegal, reportedly OLA bike taxis “continued operations”.

Mi Band 4 Launch Expected Very Soon

Mi Band 4 has received a Bluetooth certification suggesting an imminent launch. The company is yet comment on the device, but the listing has revealed Mi Band 4 as XMSH08HM model with support for Bluetooth v5.0 and NFC. It was Mi Band 3 which made Xiaomi the number one wearable band in India. Mi Band 4 is expected within a few months, with a launch in India by the end of second quarter.

Reliance Jio Free 100GB Offer With Redmi Go

Reliance Jio is offering an exclusive additional 100GB data with the newly launched Redmi Go smartphone. Reliance Jio users can enjoy an instant cashback of Rs 2,200 in the form of vouchers with 100GB additional 4G data. The cashback will be credited in the form of 44 discount coupons of Rs 50 each on the MyJio app. Extra 100GB data will be credited in coupons of 10GB each with each recharge.

Motorola One Vision Sported, To Launch Soon

A new Moto device has been spotted on WFA listing. Reportedly called Motorola One Vision, the upcoming smartphone will come with Android 9 Pie built on Android One. The smartphone will have a 21:9 display with an in-screen selfie camera running on Exynos 9610. The leaked Geekbench listing revealed that Motorola One Vision scored 1,599 in the single core test and 5,328 in the multi-core benchmark test.

Android Pie Update For Honor 8X

Huawei sub-brand Honor has started  to push EMUI 9.0 based Android Pie update to Honor 8X. The smartphone was launched back in October running on Android Oreo. The new features on EMUI 9.0 includes Huawei Share 3.0, faster file transfer speed faster app launches and more. Also, Honor 8X users will be able to use Digital Wellbeing feature on EMUI based on Google’s Digital Wellbeing.

Oppo Reno Series Leaked

Three new Oppo Reno smartphones has been certified: Reno Pro, Reno Zoom and Reno Lite. Scheduled to launch on April 10, Oppo will be unveiling it’s all new Reno sub-brand. The Reno Lite may run on Snapdragon 675 or Snapdragon 710 SoC. All the upcoming Reno smartphones may come with VOOC 3.0 fast charging technology with 10X lossless zoom.

Vivo V15 Launched With Pop-Up Selfie Camera & MediaTek Helio P70

The toned down Vivi V15 Pro smartphone will come with an 6.53-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution of 2340 × 1080 pixels running on Helio P70, 6GB of RAM, 64GB storage and a rear triple camera setup. Vivo V15 has been priced at Rs 23,990, to be available for purchase via Vivo India online store, Amazon India, Flipkart, PayTm Mall and Vivo partner offline stores from April 1.

WeChat To Launch UPI Payments ‘WeChat Pay’ App In India

Chinese social messaging app WeChat will soon launch its UPI based payment system in the country, WeChat Pay. The company has reportedly received a payments license from NPCI and has already partnered with three Indian banks: Axis Bank, HDFC and ICICI. The UPI-powered WeChat app may launch in India by the end of second quarter. Recently, Xiaomi unveiled Mi Pay in India based on UPI supporting more than 120 banks.

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