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TechnoBugg’s Weekly Round-up

Welcome everyone to this week’s Weekly Round-up. In this series of Weekly Round-up, we will showcase Top 5 trending news of this week as well as two mentioned news which are very interesting but can’t make there way to the Top 5 list. This week is trending for OnePlus, Samsung, Xiaomi & more. So, let’s have a look at this week’s Top 5 trending news.

 

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1. OnePlus 5 Now Officially Launched:

 

After so many leaks, OnePlus finally launched the OnePlus 5 smartphone this week. The phone packs some very high end specs like Snapdragon 835 chipset, 6/8GB RAM and Dual Camera Setup. The design seems like iPhone 7 especially from back, and the battery is also reduced a bit as compared to OnePlus 3T. If you want to decide whether you want to upgrade to this phone over your OnePlus 3/3T, head over to this link for your answers. As of now the OnePlus 5 is launched in countries like USA, Europe, UK and India. It will soon launch in other regions very soon. For detailed coverage on this news Click Here.

 

2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Launched in India:

 

 

After the official unveiling of Galaxy Tab S3 in MWC this year, Samsung has launched this tablet to India after 4 months. As compared to other Android tablets, it’s the most premium tablet as of now. The only tablet that can give a tough competition to this one is the Apple iPad Pro. It packs last year’s yet very powerful Snapdragon 820 processor. Samsung has also included their Stylus Pen out of the box, but there’s no attachment on the tablet to carry it with ease. It is available in various Samsung stores from the date of launch. For detailed coverage on this news Click Here.

 

3. OnePlus Cheated in OnePlus 5’s Benchmarks:

 

 

Apart from launching the OnePlus 5, OnePlus also send the review units to many reviewers, & this list includes XDA Developers. Now the guys at XDA found a flaw in the benchmarking tests that OnePlus is doing cheating with the single cores of Snapdragon 835 chipset to increase the scores. They did the same thing with OnePlus 3T as well. OnePlus says that they do this to tell everyone what’s the potential of Snapdragon 835 SoC along with optimised Oxygen OS. But this seems cheating to those who looks at benchmarks before buying a new smartphone. For detailed coverage on this news Click Here.

 

4. Motorola Moto C Plus Launched in India:

 

 

So Motorola seems to have a bunch of phones to launch this month. Now this week they launched their entry level phone, Moto C Plus. It packs some very mediocre specs like MediaTek processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, 10mm thickness and an average camera. The only thing which seems to be a Plus point of this phone is the battery, a huge 4000mah battery with 10W turbo power charging that too on just 720p display. Though this phone has a big battery but we have a very good alternative i.e. Redmi 4. For detailed coverage on this news Click Here.

 

5. Xiaomi Launched a Bunch of Accessories:

 

 

Apart from a few phone launches there are some new accessories launched this week, that’s by Xiaomi. They have launched a bunch of accessories which includes 2 different powerbanks, Mi WiFi Repeater 2 and Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini. All of these seems to be an upgrade to their previous models except Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini, which seems to be a compact form of original Mi Bluetooth Speaker. All these accessories are available at good prices at mi.com . For detailed coverage on this news Click Here.

 

 

Two Mentioned News Of This Week:

 

1. WhatsApp Beta Gains Album Feature for Android Users.

 

2. Android O could be named as Oatmeal Cookie.

 

 

So these are the Top 5 Trending News of the week and 2 mentioned news as well. This Weekly Round-up happens on every Sunday. So stay tuned with us for more information.

 

 

Also check out our article on TechnoBugg’s Weekly Round-up of last week. And many other interesting news and tips & tricks on our website.

 

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