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TechnoBugg’s Weekly Roundup

Welcome, everyone to our popular series – TechnoBugg’s Weekly Roundup. In this series, we list our top 5 trending news of the week. This week is trending for Sony, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and more. So let’s have a look at the top 5 trending news of the week.



1.OnePlus To Unveil Affordable Smart TV In India

OnePlus TV Coming Soon To India

OnePlus will soon announce its new smart TV with affordable pricing and even more smart features, the television will be exclusively launched in the market of India. Moreover, the company has also announced the launch date of the device and the same will happen on July 2 which means its less than a month to witness the official announcement of the new OnePlus smart TV. OnePlus shared a post on its Indian Twitter handle and that teases the pricing of its upcoming smart television and the post confirms that the pricing will start below ₹20,000. Well, we can safely believe that the company will launch the smart television with the starting pricing under ₹15,000. Read more news about the post here.


2. Google Rolls Out Android 11 Beta and OEMs Promise Update Soon

Google Rolls Out Android 11 Beta Without Making It Special

After skipping the online event for multiple times, the Mountain View company Google has officially rolled out the first Android 11 Beta version and the company made it available without any special setup which means there was no event or any special theme for the beta version, it is rolled out just like a developer preview. Android 11 Beta will bring many new features such as the new Bubbles API, More Control over Permissions, improved Fast Share offering an Airdrop counterpart and more.

Following the announcement, more companies have come forward announcing that they will start the roll-out of Android 11 for their devices soon. As of now, OnePlus has promised Android 11 Beta for the OnePlus 8 Series, Poco for their Poco F2 Pro, Oppo for the Find X2 Series, Xiaomi for Mi 10 and Realme for X50 Pro. This indicates that more companies are coming forward offering the latest update sooner and this list will hopefully grow. To read about the features in detail, click here.


3. Xiaomi Launches Mi Notebook 14 Series in India Starting at INR 41,990

Xiaomi Unveils Mi Notebook 14 in India Starting at INR 41,990
Xiaomi Unveils Mi Notebook 14 in India Starting at INR 41,990

On June 11, Xiaomi unveiled the much-awaited Mi Notebook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition. The laptop models bear the latest 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake processors inside and has dedicated GPUs from Nvidia for most models. All of them have SSD storage support and comes with a 14-inch display with FHD resolution. The maxed-out Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition comes with Core i7-10510U CPU and Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU. The storage configurations include 8 GB DDR4 RAM and 512 GB of M.2 NVMe storage. The notable omissions are a backlit keyboard and an inbuilt webcam. But the company has provided a separate webcam in the box free of cost.

It is powered by a 46 Wh battery that gives up to 10 hours of continuous usage. The charger is rated 65W and can charge the notebooks up to 50% in under 30 minutes. Both run Windows 10 Home Edition. Mi Notebook 14 price starts at INR 41,990 for the Intel Core i5 + UHD Graphics 620 version and goes all the way up to INR 59,999 for the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition with Intel Core i7 Processor,  Nvidia MX350 and 512 GB SSD storage. To read about the complete specs and features of the Mi Notebook 14, click here.


4. PlayStation 5 Goes Official Without Optical Drive

PlayStation 5 Goes Official Without Optical Drive

After the long wait and suspense, Sony has officially unveiled its new gaming console called PlayStation 5, and the company has announced two variants – a standard edition and a digital edition, both of them are coming with no optical drive. PlayStation 5 is coming with a sleek and vertical designing language and it is coming with the white and black colour combination, the centre part of the gaming console looks like accommodate a standard USB Type-A and the USB Type C port on the front along with the blue LED bulb and there is also vent and the top curve.

The new PlayStation 5 gaming consoles include the very familiar DualSense controller which will feature haptic feedback and a built-in microphone. The games Sony promised will be available for Play Station 5 includes Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Resident Evil Village, NBA 2K21, Deathloop, Hitman III, and an improved version of GTA V. There are several reports claiming the price of the new accessory might be starting from £599.99. To read more about Play Station 5, click here.

5. Twitter Fleets Arrives In India

Twitter Fleets Arrived In India

Twitter has rolled out a brand new feature for the users of India, dubbed as Twitter Fleets which is similar to the Stories of Instagram or Status in the beloved messaging application WhatsApp. The Twitter Fleets is a different timeline that will appear on the top of the screen and that will be in a small circular shape that will allow users to share content and that will be automatically disappeared after 24 hours. Having said that, the restriction of the characters and that is 280 words will be applicable in the Twitter Fleets but you will not able to retweet or like. However, you can able to react with emojis and people can able to reply through the direct messages. To read more story on Twitter Fleets, click here.


So these are the top 5 trending news of this week. What are your thoughts on this list? Let us know in the comments section below. This Weekly Roundup will be available every Sunday, so stay tuned for that and much more information.


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