Tech Wrap: Lenovo Tab P11 Pro launched, Realme X7 5G goes on sale
More tech news includes Amazon integrating Pantry within Fresh and Noise launching Noise ColorFit Pro3 Special Pride Edition in India.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Lenovo launched the Tab P11 Pro in India. On the other hand, Amazon integrated Pantry within Fresh. Apart from that, Realme X7 5G went on sale in India.
Here's what happened in tech today:
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro launched in India
Lenovo launched the Tab P11 Pro in India. It costs ₹44,999 in India and it will be available in the Slate Gray variant starting midnight on February 14 via Lenovo.com, Amazon.in and Flipkart.com.
Amazon integrates Pantry within Fresh
Amazon today announced that it is integrating its Pantry service into Fresh services in all the cities across India where Fresh service is available. This change will be rolled out to Amazon customers in Bangalore, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Mysore over the next two weeks.
Realme X7 5G goes on sale
Realme X7 5G went on sale in India for the first time in India today. It starts at ₹19,999 for the base model with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Nokia 3.4 and Nokia Power Earbuds Lite go on pre-booking
The Nokia 3.4 smartphone and the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite went for pre-booking via Nokia.com/phones in India today. The Nokia 3.4 is available for ₹11,999 while the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite are available for ₹3,500.
Noise launches Noise ColorFit Pro3 Special Pride Edition
Noise has launched a Pride edition of its Colorfit Pro 3 smartwatch. It is priced at ₹4,799 in India.