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TechnoBugg’s Weekly Roundup

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. We have some interesting news, mostly launches this week. The week was trending for Realme, Google, Xiaomi, and more. So, let’s have a look at our top 5 trending news roundup of the week.

  • Realme MagDart Ecosystem Revealed:

One of the major events happened this week was the unveiling of Realme’s MagDart. This is a new ecosystem by Realme similar to Apple’s MagSafe. It is a series of gadgets which can be used for various actions by attaching it to back of the supported smartphone. The company launched a series of MagDart devices like 50W & 15W Wireless Chargers, Powerbank, Beauty Light, and more. These MagDarts can be supported in Realme’s upcoming premium smartphones and on Realme GT with a separate case. For detailed information, Click Here.

  • Google Teased Pixel 6 Series:

Another trending new of our roundup is Google. This week Google teased their next flagship smartphone by revealing few key features. This year they will launch proper flagship Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, with flagship grade chipset. And the chipset is not a Qualcomm flagship, it’s their own custom-built Tensor chipset to take the most out of it with AI and Machine Learning. Though rumors are suggesting it to be rebranded Exynos chipset, but we can’t be sure on this. They also mentioned about the new Material You user interface and Premium Design in the teaser blog. For detailed information, Click Here.

  • Mi Mix 4 Launch Date Confirmed:

This week, Xiaomi’s one of the most anticipated smartphone of the year, the Mi Mix 4 is also confirmed to launch on August 10. It is going to be the first smartphone by the brand to feature under display camera technology. And this would be the first time we will see a commercial smartphone to have under display camera. It will also have CUP Flexible display for more seamless curved display. Other features will also be of flagship level, like Snapdragon 888 chipset, 50MP camera, some very fast charging support, and more. For detailed information, Click Here.

  • Realme GT India Launch Confirmed:

Just when we were talking about Realme GT being the only available smartphone to support MagDarts through a case, Realme announced that this power pack device will launch in India on August 18. Both Realme GT and Realme GT Master Edition will launch in the country. Both these smartphones are meant for performance beast, that’s why they will feature some very good processors like Snapdragon 888 on vanilla and Snapdragon 778 on Master. But seeing the rise of sub 30k segment in India this year, Realme really needs to take care with their pricing. For detailed information. Click Here.

  • Tecno POVA 2 Launched in India:

Our last news of this roundup is by Tecno, This is a new entry in Indian market, which is trying to fit in budget midrange segment, which is the most competitive market in India. This week they launched a new entry in this segment, Tecno POVA 2. The USP of this smartphone is it’s large 7,000mAh battery with big 6.9-inch display. But again, the charging speed is just 18W and this is an IPS LCD display with Full HD resolution. So, charging time gets a hit here and the multimedia experience is not what you will expect with this big smartphone. And it weighs a lot too. For detailed information, Click Here.

This is our top trending news roundup of this week. Many top news includes launch dates of some products, but the next week is going be very busy with multiple launches, and we will get a lot more interesting news for this list. 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 other information.

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Written by Harsh Sharma

Writer at Technobugg

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