ASUS had released two impressive high-end phones last year. The ZenFone 6 was launched in May 2019, while the ROG Phone II was launched in September 2019. Now that those months are approaching, it is being reported that their successors would launch soon.
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Google’s next mid-range Pixel has been leaked in its entirety. Its design, features, specs, and pricing has been reported extensively, and it was rumored that the mid-range phone would be unveiled in June 2020. Now, a new report suggests that the Pixel 4a has seen another delay in the launch.
Google is expected to soon launch an affordable version of the Pixel 4 series in the form of Pixel 4a. A few months later, the internet search giant will unveil the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 5 XL. These are Google’s flagship phones, but they won’t be using flagship processors this year.
Xiaomi is rolling out a new software updated to its first TV that was launched in India, the Mi TV 4 55-inch. The new firmware brings with it the PatchWall 3.0 UI and more video content providers. The TV never received the Android TV update, unlike other models in the series, so this new software update brings some joy to Mi TV 4 55-inch users.
Google’s upcoming smartphone, the Pixel 5, is said to miss out on Project Soli and the Motion Sense feature that debut with the Pixel 4 smartphones. They are not the only Pixel phones to drop an interesting feature. Even the Pixel 4a series will lack Active Edge, something that has been on Pixel phones since the original Pixel.
Motorola had launched its first high-end smartphone in years, the Edge+, last month. However, it was available exclusively in the US through Verizon. Today, the flagship smartphone has been launched in India, and it will go against the likes of the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G. Let us have a look at its release date in India and pricing.