Top Tech News Today: Mi A3 Officially Teased, Huawei P Smart Z, Android Q, PUBG Banned In China


Mi A3, Mi A3 Lite Teased

Xiaomi has officially teased new, upcoming smartphones which are about to be launched in India. In a unique way, two orbits have been shown in the teaser, with each orbit having allegedly a smartphone. While the outer orbit has two smartphones: one with three cameras, and the other with two cameras, the inner orbit has one smartphone with one camera. These can be various variants of Mi A3, and Mi A3 Lite. More details are awaited.

Mi A3, Mi A3 Lite officially teased?
Mi A3, Mi A3 Lite officially teased?

Huawei P Smart Z Launched

Huawei P Smart Z has been finally launched in Spain and Italy. It features a pop-up selfie camera, and a dual camera setup with 4000 mAh battery, and available in three colors: Midnight Black, Emerald Green, and Sapphire Blue. This new smartphone can be described as the next variant of Huawei P Smart and P Smart+ which were launched early this year. As per the official listing, the price of these smartphones starts from Rs 21,000 (in INR). There is no news if this new smartphone will be available outside Europe or not.

PUBG Banned in China

Tencent, which has created the hugely popular game PUBG, faced a major defeat in their own country. China has officially banned PUBG game in their country, and Tencent has accepted the defeat. Now, a new game called Game of Peace will be launched by Tencent to compensate for the loss. In India, State of Gujarat has already banned the game, while Nepal and Iraq too have taken steps to stop PUBG. Now, China, the birthplace of PUBG, joins the list.

Android Q Installation On Realme 3 Pro

Android Q, the 14th version of Android OS has been launched, and around 16 smartphones can install Android Q right now. One of them is Realme 3 Pro, and we actually installed Android Q to test the features and its uniqueness. But before you try for installing Android Q, it is strongly advisable to take a backup of your smartphone data, as if something goes wrong, entire data can be wiped out.

This is how can install Android Q on Realme 3 Pro.

Android OS Statistics

Google distribution dashboard has revealed the Android 9 Pie OS is now installed on 10% of all Android smartphones. This dashboard was last updated in October, 2018, and the data was not updated for last 6 months. But the latest update has some encouraging news for Android ecosystem: There are 2.5 billion devices which have Android, and out of that, 10.4% is being powered by Android Pie. Android Oreo is still #1 OS as of now, as more than 28% of all devices are using this OS right now.

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