Tech Wrap: Jio cricket plans announced, Realme launches C-series smartphones
More tech news includes HMD Global launching six new Nokia phones and LG promising three-years of OS updates.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, HMD Global introduced six new Nokia smartphones. On the other hand, Realme launched new C-series smartphones in India.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
HMD Global launches 6 new Nokia phones
HMD Global today launched three new Nokia smartphone series. The list includes budget C-series smartphones consisting of the Nokia C10 and the Nokia C20, mid-budget Nokia G10 and the Nokia G20 and premium-budget X-series Nokia X10 and the Nokia X20 smartphones.
Realme launches new C-series smartphones in India
Realme today launched three new C-series phones in India. The lineup includes Realme C25, C21 and C20. You can check all the details here.
LG announces ‘three-year pledge’ for OS updates
LG today announced that all premium LG smartphones currently in use would receive up to three iterations of Android updates from the year of the purchase. This is applicable on LG premium phones released in 2019 and later (G series, V series, VELVET, Wing).
Amazon shares a report card of its progress in India
Amazon India today announced that it has digitised 2.5 million medium and small enterprises (MSMEs) in India. The company also announced that it has created over 300,000 million direct and indirect jobs in India across industries.
Reliance Jio launches cricket plans for prepaid users
Reliance Jio has announced new plans for prepaid users in India. The company today announced four new prepaid plans all of which come with a one-year VIP subscription to Disney+ Hotstar. These plans cost ₹401, ₹598, ₹777 and ₹2,599.