Tech Wrap: Apple announces Sept 15 event, PUBG Corporation responds to India ban and more
More tech news includes Poco launching Poco M2 in India and Xiaomi launching Redmi Smart Band in India.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Apple announced its September 15 event, on the other, PUBG Corporation responded to the ban imposed on the PUBG Mobile in India. In addition to that, Poco launched the Poco M2 in India.
Here's everything that made headlines in India today:
Apple September 15 event announced
Apple today announced that it will host an event on September 15. It is expected to launch the iPhone 12 series smartphones along with Watch Series 6 and iPad Air 2020 at its upcoming event.
Poco M2 launched in India
Poco on Tuesday launched the Poco M2 in India. It costs ₹10,999 for the 6GB + 64GB model and ₹12,4999 for the 6GB + 128GB variant. It will go on sale in India via Flipkart starting September 15.
Redmi Smart Band launched in India
Xiaomi on Tuesday launched the Redmi Smart Band in India at a price of ₹1,599. It will go on sale via September 9 via mi.com, Amazon India, Mi Home stores and Mi Studios in green, black, blue and orange colour variants.
PUBG Corporation responds to India ban
PUBG Corporation has finally responded to the ban imposed on the PUBG Mobile in India. The company has announced that PUBG Mobile will now be solely taken care of by PUBG Corporation which is a South Korean company. Tencent Games will no longer have publishing rights for PUBG Mobile app in India.
Huawei MatePad T8 launched in India
Huawei has launched the MediaPad T8 in India. The tablet costs ₹9,999 for the WiFi variant and ₹10,999 for the LTE variant. It will be exclusively available via Flipkart and it will be available for pre-orders starting September 8.