Tech Wrap: iPhone SE 2020 to be assembled in India, Nokia 5.3 launched and more
More tech news includes Fitbit launching a new series of fitness wearables and Oppo launching the Oppo A53 in India.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Apple confirmed that it had started assembling the iPhone SE 2020 in India. On the other hand, Microsoft's neural text-to-speech service began supporting Hindi and English (India).
So, here's everything that created a buzz in the world of tech today:
Apple iPhone SE 2020 assembled in India
Apple today confirmed that the iPhone SE 2020 was being assembled in India. It joins iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPhone XR and the iPhone 11 that are assembled in India.
Microsoft introduces Hindi and English (India) to Neural TTS
Microsoft today announced the addition of English (India) and Hindi to its Neural Text to Speech (Neural TTS) service language set. Neural TTS is part of Microsoft's Azure Cognitive Services.
Oppo A53 launched in India
Oppo launched the Oppo A53 smartphone in India. It comes at a starting price of ₹12,990 and it is available in Electric Black, Fairy White, and Fancy Blue colour variants.
Nokia launches four new phones in India
Nokia launched the Nokia 5.3, Nokia C3, Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 smartphones in India. Nokia C3 costs ₹7,499, Nokia 5.3 comes at a starting price of ₹13,999, and Nokia 150 and 125 are priced at ₹2,299 and ₹1,999 respectively.
Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, Inspire 2 launched
Fitbit launched three new variables -- Fitbit Sense, Fitbit Versa 3 and Inspire 2 -- globally. Fitbit Sense costs ₹34,999, Versa 3 costs ₹26,499 and Inspire 2 costs ₹10,999 in India.
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