POCO M3 with 6000mAh battery, SD 662 SoC debuts in Europe

POCO has launched the successor to its POCO M2. The POCO M3 comes with a refreshing new design. It has about one-third of its rear panel covered by a black rectangle in the top portion filled with the camera setup and the company logo. The camera module houses three cameras, while the logo sits parallel to the camera module on the other side. The rest of the rear panel is textured and is seen featuring yellow, blue, or black finishes. It will be made available in Cool Blue, POCO Yellow, Power Black color options.

The POCO M3 features a 6.53-inch FHD+ dot drop display with Gorilla Glass 3 protection on top. It can go up to 400 nits in brightness and comes with TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light Certification and L1 Widevine certification. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC, paired with 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. It runs MIUI 12 for POCO, which is based on Android 10. The smartphone comes equipped with dual speakers, a 3.5mm audio jack and dual SIM slots + a microSD card slot. The storage is expandable up to 512GB.

It sports a triple rear camera setup of 48MP + 2MP + 2MP.
– 48MP main camera:

  • 1/2″ sensor size
  • 1.6μm 4-in-1 Super Pixel, 0.8μm pixel size
  • f/1.79, 6P lens, AF
    – 2MP macro camera:
  • 1.75μm pixel size, f/2.4, FF
    – 2MP depth sensor:
  • 1.75μm pixel size, f/2.4

On the front lies an 8MP selfie shooter. The POCO M3 packs a 6,000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging. Moreover, POCO says that it bundles a 22.5W charger in the box. It has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and IR Blaster as well.

The device is priced at $149 for the 4GB/64GB model, while the 4GB/128GB variant costs $169. However, these variants will be available on Black Friday for just $129 and $149 respectively. The phone will be available via Amazon, AliExpress, Lazada, and Xiaomi’s website.

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Moto G 5G, Moto G9 Power could be launched in India soon

Motorola is tipped to be prepping for the launch of two new smartphones in India. It could soon unveil the Moto G 5G and Moto G9 Power in the Indian market. For the unaware, the two phones were launched in the European market earlier this month and at the time, Motorola did not share details about Indian availability for either. However, it announced that the Moto G 5G will be coming to India, Latin America, Middle East, and Asia in the coming weeks. While the company hasn’t revealed official details about the two phone launches, a tipster claims that they could be launched soon.

The rumour comes from noted tipster Mukul Sharma, who tweeted that Moto G 5G and Moto G9 Power will be launched in India soon. The tweet does not mention an exact launch date, but in one of the replies the tipster wrote that Motorola won’t be launching these phones this month. This means, the two upcoming phones are likely to launch in India in the month of November.

The Moto G 5G is priced at EUR 299.99 for the sole 4GB + 64GB storage model, while the Moto G9 Power costs EUR 199 for the single 4GB + 128GB storage model. Both phones run Android 10.

The Moto G 5G features a 6.7-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) LTPS display with 394ppi pixel density. It is powered by the Snapdragon 750G SoC. The smartphone sports a triple rear camera setup of 48MP primary + 8MP wide-angle + 2MP macro, and a 16MP selfie shooter. it packs a 5,000mAh battery with support for 20W fast charging.

On the other hand, the Moto G9 Power comes equipped with a big 6.8-inch HD+ (720×1,640 pixels) IPS display. It is powered by the Snapdragon 662 chipset, and packs a massive 6,000mah battery that supports 20W fast charging as well. The smartphone sports a triple rear camera setup of 64MP primary + 2MP macro + 2MP depth sensor, while a 16MP camera lies on the front.

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Twitter will now warn you before liking a disputed tweet

Ahead of the US elections, Twitter rolled out several new features including ‘read an article before retweeting’ prompt and quote tweet instead of retweeting. It started flagging disputed and potentially misleading tweets as part of the election and COVID-19 as well. Now, Twitter will show you a warning every time you try to retweet or quote a post that’s been labeled as disputed content. It is being done to curb the spread of misinformation. When you tap on the heart button on any of such tweets, the website will trigger a prompt with a “Find out more” button to pop up.

The update comes from Twitter Support account on the social media website. It said, “Giving context on why a labeled Tweet is misleading under our election, COVID-19, and synthetic and manipulated media rules is vital. These prompts helped decrease Quote Tweets of misleading information by 29% so we’re expanding them to show when you tap to like a labeled Tweet.”

The feature was discovered earlier this month by the app experimental feature researcher Jane Manchun Wong. Her tested tweets were related to elections that said, “Official sources may not have called the race when this was tweeted.”

According to Twitter, it labeled 300,000 tweets as misleading between October 27 and November 11. Moreover, 456 of those were blocked from being retweeted or liked. These were hidden behind a warning before they could even be viewed. 

The new feature is rolling out on the web and on iOS to all users around the world this week. Further, Android users will start seeing prompts in the coming weeks.

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iPad Pro to get OLED displays after adopting mini-LED in early 2021: Report

We have been hearing rumors about Apple devices with mini-LED displays for quite some time now. It was recently reported that a new iPad Pro with a mini-LED display is in the works and it will be launched in the first quarter of 2021. A new report from the Korean website The Elec reiterates the rumor, but it has a twist. It says that at least one iPad Pro model will come equipped with a mini-LED display in the first half of 2021. However, Apple could move to the OLED panels soon after.

According to the report, after the release of the first iPad Pro model with Mini-LED backlighting in the first half of 2021, the Cupertino company is planning to release new iPad Pro models featuring OLED displays in the second half of the year. Moreover, it says that Samsung and LG are already in the process of developing the OLED displays for the iPad Pro. Till now, rumors have suggested that mini-LED backlighting may be limited to the high-end 12.9-inch iPad Pro launching around March. Hence, there is a possibility that rest of the iPad lineup continue to use traditional LCDs until they are upgraded with OLED displays later in the year. That said, the launch roadmap isn’t clear at this point.

For the unaware, mini-LED and OLED displays offer many similar benefits over the LCD displays. They provide higher brightness, improved contrast ratio, and increased power efficiency over the traditional LCD counterparts. The latest iPhones and Apple Watch already make use of OLED technology.

Previously, we reported that Apple has been preparing its supply chain for the future mini-LED devices since July. Moreover, the company is also said to be working to include mini-LED displays in future MacBook models

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HomePod mini is facing WiFi connectivity issues, with no permanent fix available

Apple unveiled the $100 HomePod Mini recently. It is the smaller and more affordable version of the standard HomePod that comes in a spherical form factor. It comes wrapped in a woven mesh fabric and features a display on top. Within few days of going on sale, HomePod Mini users have started reporting issues with WiFi connectivity. There is a thread on Apple’s support forums that highlights the problem. And for now, the suggested fix appears to only be a temporary remedy.

The affected users are complaining that their HomePod Mini is disconnecting from the internet. This is leading Siri to respond with an error message saying “I am having trouble connecting to the Internet,” reports one user on Reddit. Another user wrote, “Having this problem with one of my mini’s as well. It seems to stream music fine when I control it directly (not airplaying from phone/device, but this also works fine). However, when I ask it to do something. It says it is having trouble with the connection. When I restart it. It works for a while and eventually runs into the same issue.” Moreover, these HomePod minis seem to be running on the latest tvOS 14.2 update.

One of the users on Apple’s support forum reported that Apple suggested them to wipe their router out completely. They tried it, and the HomePod Mini ran without any issues the entire day. However, the next day, they started having troubles again. “The only thing that worked was swapping my router out for a new one,” wrote the user. Other troubleshooting steps provided by Apple include rebooting HomePod mini. But it seems like a temporary fix.

9to5Mac’s Chance Miller reported that he has noticed similar issues. Plus, the only fix that works for him is to factory reset the HomePod mini, then re-add it to the Home app. However, this fix isn’t a permanent one either. We expect Apple to fix this problem by releasing a new version of the operating system soon. 

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POCO M3 key specs revealed, price tipped ahead of launch

POCO is all set to unveil its next smartphone, the POCO M3 tomorrow, November 24. Ahead of the launch, the company has revealed key specifications of the upcoming device. It has teased the display size, processor, and battery capacity. Further, the POCO M3 is reported to offer a refreshing design and sport a triple rear camera setup. It could come with a waterdrop-style notch upfront. It is tipped to come in a dual-tone finish on the back panel.

The latest development comes from a series of tweets confirming key specifications of the POCO M3 that have been released by POCO’s global Twitter account. The tweets confirm that POCO M3 will offer a  6.53-inch display. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC, and pack a 6,000mAh battery. Further, the company has also released a video teaser that reveals the design of the upcoming phone. It is identical to the one that was leaked a few days ago.

The POCO M3 will sport a dual-palette design. It will have about one-third of its rear panel covered by a black rectangle in the top portion filled with the camera setup and the company logo. As for the camera module, it will house three cameras. It is rumored to have a 48MP primary camera. The logo, on the other hand, sits parallel to the camera module on the other side. The rest of the rear panel seems to be textured and is seen featuring sport blue or black finishes. It is also expected to come in yellow color.

According to a report from 91Mobiles, the POCO M3 will debut at EUR 149-159 for the base 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant and the 4GB RAM + 128GB storage option will cost EUR 169-179.

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Snapchat ‘Spotlight’ is yet another TikTok rival

Ever since TikTok gained a reputation for being the go-to short videos app, other companies have launched their own variant of the popular app. Instagram was one of the first social media apps to launch its own variant of TikTok, called Reels. Now, Snapchat is pulling the trigger and launching ‘Spotlight’, which is yet another app to showcase user-created videos. While it is not the first time Snapchat has highlighted videos from users, it is the first time that the company will feature them prominently in the app. Moreover, it has a trick up its sleeve to motivate users to create videos.

Snap will pay creators to post on the platform. The new section in Snapchat, Spotlight will surface vertical video content from users. It is focused more on memes and jokes instead of the day-in-the-life content Snap previously encouraged. These videos will be up to 60 seconds long and, as of right now, cannot be watermarked. Hence, you can’t just download viral TikTok videos and upload them on Spotlight. The new tab will show users what it thinks they might enjoy watching. The algorithm bases its decision mostly on what they have viewed in the past and how long they’ve watched. 

TikTok is the new Snapchat stories. Every other social media app wants to imitate it.

To motivate users to post short-videos regularly, Snapchat says it will award $1 million between the most popular creators on the app per day through the end of 2020. This means, if you have a viral video on Snapchat Spotlight, you might earn a large chunk of the $1 million. In this, the number of subscribers won’t be taken into account. The awarded amount will be primarily based on unique views compared to other snaps that day. Further, you can continue to earn from your video if it’s popular for multiple days at a time.

Right now, Snap is launching Spotlight in 11 countries, including the US, UK, France, Germany, and Australia.


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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 might launch sooner than expected

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has been one of the hottest devices in the rumor mill lately. From S-Pen support to under-display selfie camera, we’ve heard it all for the upcoming foldable. It is said to replace the Galaxy Note lineup. Hence, we were expecting it to launch in late 2021. However, the latest report suggests otherwise. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is tipped to launch as early as June next year.

The latest development comes from a report by the Korean publication, Aju News. It suggests that Samsung is working on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and it could be launched in June 2021. The report goes on to say that Samsung has started developing its final samples for mass production. Further, it says that the upcoming foldable could have support for S-Pen, a rumor which we’ve heard before. Moreover, it reiterates the report that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 could come with an under-display selfie camera. According to the report, Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display will be using a technology that allows light to pass through the gap between pixels to take photos.

The report goes on to add that Samsung was able to incorporate an in-screen digitizer in the upcoming Galaxy Fold series phone. However, it faced difficulties in developing a screen protective layer that prevents scratches from when the S Pen and the screen come in contact. That’s the reason why Samsung didn’t give support for its stylus to the first two generations of Galaxy Fold. Reportedly, the second-generation ultra-thin glass made it possible for the company to fit the S Pen in the third-gen Galaxy Z Fold.

Goodbye, Note?

We’ve previously reported that Samsung could bid-adieu to the Galaxy Note series, and the latest report builds on that rumor. It states that Samsung will discontinue the Note series as it is bringing S Pen support to its Galaxy S flagship phones and the rumored Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.

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OnePlus 9 might sport two 48MP camera sensors

OnePlus 9 is reportedly launching earlier than usual, and the detailed specifications have started coming in the form of leaks. The latest one reveals its camera setup. After the leaked CAD renders the new report reiterates that the upcoming phone will come equipped with a triple rear camera setup that is accompanied by a dual-tone LED flash. While two camera lenses seem to be of the same size, the third one smaller than usual.

The latest development comes from 91mobiles, which reports that the OnePlus 9 will have two 48MP cameras on the back. The triple rear camera setup will be lead by a 48MP primary sensor that is said to deliver images of 12MP (4,000 x 3,000 pixels) output and have a 6mm focal length. In comparison, the OnePlus 8 Pro and OnePlus 8T both have focal lengths of 6.59mm and 4.74mm, respectively. 

Moreover, the report goes on to say that the primary sensor will not be the Sony IMX 586. Instead, it could be the Sony IMX 689 sensor, but the source isn’t sure of it yet. The primary camera will be backed by a 48MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, which is an upgrade from the 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens found on the OnePlus 8T. Further, there is no information on the third sensor. It could be a macro lens or a monochrome sensor.

The OnePlus 9 is tipped to feature a 6.55-inch display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate as opposed to the rumored 144Hz panel. OnePlus is said to launch its next series in March 2021. We expect the phone to be powered by the Snapdragon 875 SoC, and have support for 65W fast charging technology.

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Samsung Smart TVs to get Google Assistant support in 12 countries

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Samsung Smart TVs are getting support for the Google Assistant. As of now, they come with Amazon Alexa and Bixby, and soon Google’s voice assistant will be fully integrated into Samsung Smart TVs, which will require no additional downloads, hardware, or installation. The suite of leading voice assistants is now available on all 2020 4K and 8K QLED TVs, Crystal UHD TVs, The Frame, The Serif, The Sero, and The Terrace.

“By bringing Google Assistant to Samsung Smart TVs, we want to connect your living room with the rest of the smart home and help you better manage your day, across your favorite Google services,” said Jack Krawczyk Director, Product Management for Google Assistant. 

Samsung Smart TV users will now be able to access entertainment, real-time answers on-screen and seamlessly control their smart home devices with a voice assistant of their choosing. These voice commands will allow users to easily browse channels, adjust the volume, control playback, open apps, and much more. The users can ask Alexa, Bixby, or Google Assistant to provide the weather forecast, find out the latest game scores or play their favorite tunes. 

With Google Assistant, viewers will also have access to Google services including Google Search, Photos, Maps, Calendar and more. Moreover, users can add another hub to any room in the house with Samsung Smart TVs, which can now control the lights, set the thermostat, set an alarm or perform any other tasks under the command of a household’s existing voice assistant.

Google Assistant is now available in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and will be rolling out to 12 countries by the end of this year.

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PS5 pre-orders on Amazon UK are shipping, but customers are receiving random items like a foot massager

November 19 was PlayStation 5’s launch day in the UK. Amazon started shipping pre-orders of the product, but customers are claiming the Amazon is shipping random items instead. Some PlayStation 5 (PS5) orders started shipping on Thursday but reportedly, they didn’t arrive, despite the seller marking them as delivered. Moreover, some customers claimed that their PS5 orders were substituted by the products they never ordered including a foot massager, cat food, and a coffee machine.

Freelance journalist Bex tweeted that Amazon UK had marked her PS5 order as “missed” at around noon Thursday, while the platform didn’t make any attempt to deliver the order. However, she received a parcel on the same evening. Surprisingly, it didn’t have PS5, instead, it contained an “unsolicited” air fryer. Following Bex’s post, several other Twitter and Reddit users came forward with similar claims. Furthermore, multiple customers said Amazon marked their PS5 orders as “delivered” without this actually being the case. 

Another user claims that their PS5 pre-order arrived. They even received the PS5 box. However, it was empty inside. The Twitter user also claims that Amazon UK has been of “no help won’t replace it or anything. Heard multiple theft stories as well on Reddit.” Some other users have claimed to have had similar experiences to Bex where unexpected products turning up instead. One customer received a coffee machine while the other received a foot massager. Moreover, one of the pre-orders arrived with cat food in place of the PS5. Amazon posted the following reply to the cat food user’s complaint:

One customer informed Amazon of the fake delivery. The Twitter user went on to explain that Amazon told them to wait for 48 hours, after which the platform would either refund the customer or ship them a new one.

Via: Business Insider

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Realme Watch S with a 15-day battery life goes official in Europe

Realme recently launched its second smartwatch, the Watch S in Pakistan. It has now decided to make it available in Europe alongside its Realme 7 5G smartphone. The device is yet to debut in markets like India. Realme Watch S features a  1.3-inch LCD touchscreen display that offers 360 x 360 pixels screen resolution and comes with an auto-brightness sensor. It comes with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on top.

The Realme Watch S comes equipped with an optical heart rate sensor as well as a blood oxygen level monitoring sensor (SpO2). It includes 16 sports modes, which include the likes of Walk, Indoor Run, Outdoor Run, among others. There are 12 watch faces onboard and the company says that over 100 watch faces will be available in the near future. You can track sleep, reject calls, control music and camera, and receive notifications on this device.

The smartwatch runs a proprietary operating system, which is similar to the one found on the original Realme Watch. It also sports an IP68 rating, meaning that it is waterproof for up to 1.5m of water depth. However, Realme warns the users not to take it to the shower or for a swim. It packs a 390mAh battery that is claimed to last up to 15 days on a single charge.

The Realme Watch S is priced at €79.99 in Europe. It will be available for purchase through the company’s official website Realme.com in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and Portugal regions.

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The budget OnePlus Nord N100 has a ‘high refresh rate’ surprise

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OnePlus unveiled a pair of budget Nord series smartphones – the N10 5G and the N100 – a few weeks ago. Out of the two, the OnePlus N100 was the cheaper phone with diluted specs, which included an HD+ punch-hole display, an entry-level Snapdragon 460 SoC, a rather large 5,000mAh battery, and a triple-lens camera setup highlighted by a 12MP primary camera. Pretty standard package for an affordable phone that costs £179. But OnePlus may have bundled a surprise with its latest budget that flew under the radar – a high refresh rate display.

The folks over at Android Authority discovered 90Hz display refresh rate settings on their retail unit of the OnePlus Nord N100. Earlier, it was assumed that the device shipped with a regular 60Hz refresh rate, while carrying a resolution of 720×1600 pixels and measuring 6.52-inch diagonally. When OnePlus was asked about the presence of a high refresh rate panel on its latest budget phone, the company responded that the OnePlus Nord N100 indeed ships with a 90Hz display.

A sweet 90Hz surprise

“The N100 is equipped with a 90Hz display. Actual refresh rate depends on settings, applications used, and processing limitations,” OnePlus was quoted as saying by Android Authority. However, it is unclear whether OnePlus actually forgot to mention it in the marketing campaign, or if the company simply had a change of mind at a later stage.

As of now, the technical specifications section of the official OnePlus Nord N100 product page does mention a 90Hz refresh rate in the display properties. However, it remains to be seen how well the high-refresh rate panel is optimized to work across apps, especially taking into consideration its low-end hardware.

It appears that OnePlus intentionally abstained from marketing the OnePlus Nord N100’s display as fluidic, simply because it couldn’t perform at the same level as the 90Hz panel on higher-end OnePlus devices such as the OnePlus Nord or the OnePlus 8. But that is just speculation. Whatever be the reason, it is definitely a sweet surprise to see an affordable phone packing a smoother 90Hz panel, despite the slightly underwhelming HD+ resolution.

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YouTube will show ads on some ineligible creators’ videos, but won’t pay them

Are you not part of the YouTube Partner Program? Don’t worry, YouTube has a new update for you! It will now show ads on your videos. Oh wait, did you just ask “how much will I earn from it?” Well, the answer is zero. YouTube will show ads on your videos but won’t share the earnings with you since you are not qualified to be enrolled in their Partner Program.

Generally, YouTube shows ads on those creators’ videos who are enrolled in its Partner Program. These creators receive a portion of the revenue. However, the company has updated its Terms of Service according to which, a creator who is not in the partner program “may see ads on some of your videos.”

The company’s Terms of Service now includes granting “YouTube the right to monetize your Content on the Service (and such monetization may include displaying ads on or within Content or charging users a fee for access). This Agreement does not entitle you to any payments.

Previously, YouTube used to show ads on such videos in limited circumstances, like if they were monetized by a record label as part of a copyright claim. 

This update is likely to affect smaller creators without a huge number of views. For the unaware, the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) requires creators to have more than a thousand subscribers and accrued 4,000 total hours of watch time over the last 12 months to show ads on their videos.

The new update is slowly rolling out on a ‘limited number of videos from channels not in YPP.’ You’ll still have the opportunity to apply for YPP as you normally would once you meet the eligibility requirements.

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Qualcomm to host its first esports tournament in India with a prize pool of over $65,000

Qualcomm has announced the launch of its first-ever mobile Esports program, Snapdragon Conquest, in India. It is part of Qualcomm’s esports initiative in the region, which has a notable mobile gaming community. For reference, India is one of the largest smartphone markets in the world where the mobile gaming industry is rising as well. Moreover, increased internet penetration has driven mobile gaming as a whole forward in the country. Qualcomm is offering a prize pool of INR 5,000,000 that translates to about $67,300.

Qualcomm says it is taking its expertise in delivering superior gaming experiences directly to gamers through the Snapdragon Conquest tournament. The tournament is expected to encompass multiple events throughout the year, enabling competitive gaming across multiple game titles. It is designed to engage mobile gamers across all segments and levels of proficiency. The tournament kicks off with Snapdragon Conquest: Free fire Open 2020. The official game title for this season is Garena ‘Free Fire’ – a skill-based battle royale game where four-player teams battle against each other strategically utilizing in-game resources to win.

There will be live broadcasts and player livestreams for aspiring gamers, giving them the opportunity to learn and increase their own proficiency. The company says, “For serious gaming enthusiasts, Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform delivers premium, mobile-first features and enhancements including advanced customizations, ultra-realistic graphics, and lightning connectivity and performance speeds to help gamers harness the power of desktop-level gaming to transform the mobile phone into a premium gaming machine.”

Moreover, there is no entry or registration fee charged for participating in the tournament.

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