Tech Wrap: Moto G 5G, Mi Human Body Sensor 2 launched
More tech news includes FAUG pre-registrations beginning on Play Store and Flipkart sharing details about online furniture sales in India.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Moto G 5G was launched in India. On the other hand, Xiaomi launched the Mi Human Body Sensor 2. In addition to that, FAUG pre-registrations began on Play Store.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Global smartphone sale declined by 5.7% in Q3 2020
Global smartphone sales declined by 5.7% in the third quarter of 2020. While this might sound like bad news, however, it is a remarkable improvement over the first and the second quarters of the year that saw a nearly 20% decline.
Moto G 5G launched in India
Motorola today launched the Moto G 5G smartphone in India. It costs 20,999 in India and it will go on sale in India starting December 7.
Flipkart shares details about online furniture searches in India
Flipkart today said that it has recorded an increase in search for furniture items across verticals amid the wedding season in the country. The company said that the furniture-related searches have increased by 1.5-2x in the past few months as compared to the same period last year.
FAUG pre-registration begins on Play Store
FAU-G kicked off its pre-registrations on the Play Store today. The game was announced in September this year following PUBG ban.
Mi Human Body Sensor 2 launched
Xiaomi today launched the Mi Human Body Sensor 2 in China. It tracks movements and triggers corresponding actions. It is priced at CNY 49.