Tech Wrap: LG Velvet 5G gets Android 11 update, Google reinstates Element app
More tech news includes Asus launching ROG Academy in India and Amazon launching seller registrations in Kannada.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. The LG Velvet 5G got Android 11 update. In addition to that, Google reinstated the Element app on the Play Store.
Apart from that, Xiaomi started rolling out a new update on Mi A3 today.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Xiaomi rolls out a new update on Mi A3
Xiaomi today started rolling out a new update for Mi A3 users. This update comes after the phone's bricking fiasco and it update brings January 2021 security patch, new features, and more.
Google reinstates Element app
Google today restored Element's chat app on its Play Store. The app was briefly removed the app store for allegedly hosting abusive content.
Amazon launches seller management services in Kannada
Amazon India today announced the support for the Kannada language for sellers on its platform, which includes the ability to register on the Amazon marketplace, managing orders, inventory management and accessing performance metrics among others.
ASUS launches ROG Academy in India
Asus today launched the ROG Academy in India. Asus says that it is the “India's first Virtual Academy program for gamers”. It will identify PC gamers through a screening process and provide them with a platform to enhance their gaming skills.
LG Velvet 5G gets Android 11 update
LG today released the stable update for Android 11 on the LG Velvet 5G smartphone. As of now, this update is rolling out to users in South Korea for the model LM-G900N only.
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