Tech Wrap: Galaxy Tab A7 launched in India, Google removes 17 malicious apps from Play Store
More tech news includes Samsung announcing a price cut on two smartphones and OpenSignal releasing its quarterly report on connectivity in India.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab A7 in India. On the other hand, Google removed 17 malicious apps from the App Store. In addition to that Samsung announced a ₹1,000 price cut for two of its smartphones in India.
So, here's everything that happened in technology today:
Google removes 17 apps from Play Store
Google today removed 17 malicious apps from its Play Store. The removed apps were infected from Joker malware and had been downloaded 120,000 times before being removed from the Play Store.
Samsung announces price cuts on two phones
Samsung today slashed the prices of its Galaxy M01 and Galaxy M11 smartphones in India. Galaxy M01 (3GB+32GB) costs ₹7,999, while the Galaxy M11 (3GB+32GB) and (4GB+64GB) models are available for ₹10,999 and ₹11,999 respectively.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 in India
Samsung today launched the Galaxy Tab A7 in India. It costs ₹17,999 for the Wi-Fi variant and ₹21,999 for the LTE variant. and it is up for pre-orders in Dark Grey, Silver and Gold colour variants.
Airtel outperforms Vi, Reliance Jio and BSNL
OpenSignal today shared its report for a span ranging between May 1, 2020, to September 7, 2020. In its report, OpenSignal said that Bharti Airtel emerged as the top telecom provider video experience, voice app experience, gaming experience and download speed experience.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 launched
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Tab Active 3 tablet. It will be available in select markets including Europe and Asia starting today. Samsung hasn't revealed the pricing yet.