top five tech news

The past week has saw some great development from the technology sector. We have seen launch of M-Series from Samsung, company has lots of expectation from the series. The devices are direct competition for Xiaomi Redmi series in India. It was reported that Vivo V15 Pro is going to be launched on February 20. We have aggregated top five tech news from last week in this article.

Samsung Galaxy M20 launched: Price, specifications, availability and more

After many leaks and rumours, Samsung Galaxy M-Series is finally launched in India. Currently, the company has launched two models of the series, Samsung Galaxy M10 and Samsung Galaxy M20. In this article we will be taking the detailed overview of the Samsung Galaxy M20.

Samsung Galaxy M20 has a 6.3 Infinity V display with a Full HD+ resolution, which is 1080 p. The phone is powered by Samsung’s new Exynos 7904 octa-core processor.

On the camera front, rear camera is 13-megapixel primary sensor, sporting an f/1.9 aperture and a 5-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. While device features 8MP along with an f/2.0 aperture front facing cameras for taking selfies. Most important thing of the camera as a feature is both the front and rear camera come with a Portrait mode.

Samsung Galaxy M10: Price, Specifications, Availability and More

In the event hosted by Samsung to launch the Samsung Galaxy M-Series two devices were launched, other than Samsung Galaxy M20, Samsung Galaxy M10 was also been introduced. Unlike Galaxy M20, which is supported by 5000 mAh battery Samsung Galaxy M10 features 3,400 mAh battery. Fast Charging is supported on both the devices.

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The dual-SIM (Nano) Samsung Galaxy M10 runs Android 8.1 Oreo on top of Samsung Experience 9.5 UX and features a 6.2-inch HD+ (720×1520 pixels) Infinity-V Display panel along with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone is powered by an Exynos 7870 SoC, paired with 2GB and 3GB RAM options.

Vivo V15 Pro expected to launch with pop-up selfie camera on February 20

Vivo is all set to launch the successor of Vivo V11 Pro, with the Pop-up selfie camera just like the Vivo Nex flagship smartphone from the Chinese smartphone maker. On the other hand, while the device is expected to be called as the Vivo V13 Pro or the Vivo V15 Pro, it will be priced in the mid-range segment. Other highlights of the said Vivo V11 Pro successor is also expected to feature a triple rear camera and go head-to-head against the Samsung Galaxy A7 in the segment.

The Chinese company on Tuesday sent ‘Block Your Calendar’ invites to the media for an event scheduled for February 20 where it is set to launch its new model. The invite doesn’t reveal any specific model. However, it explicitly shows that it will be a new pop-up selfie camera phone.

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Galaxy S10 & S10+ will feature better and improved battery life

Samsung confirmed the launch date of the latest Galaxy flagship smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+ at Samsung’s Unpacked press event on Wednesday, February 20 in San Francisco, little under a week before the Mobile World Congress 2019 commences. The press event will be live-streamed over the Internet for global audiences.

2019 has marked the dawn of foldable smartphones and ultra-fast 5G data speeds, add to that the massive spec bump the Galaxy S10 is rumoured to receive; and you’ve got one of the most highly anticipated smartphones to be released in 2019.

Google+ is shutting down on April 2, steps to download your data

Google’s social networking platform, Google+ is shutting down for consumers. After April 2, 2019, Google will delete all the content including photos, videos, and posts from your account. Ahead of the shutdown, Google+ will bar users from creating new profiles, pages, communities or events from February 4.

In October last year, Google had announced shutting down the social networking platform after its engineers found the APIs to be “challenging to develop and maintain.” The company also discovered a critical bug in one of the Google+ People APIs. Another security breach, discovered in December, affected 52.5 million Google+ accounts.

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