Tech Wrap: Narzo 20 series launched, Chingari crosses 30 mln downloads and more
More tech news includes Oppo launching the Reno 4 SE smartphone and Asus foraying into the commercial PC segment by launching new laptops, desktops and AiOs in India.
It was a busy day in the world of technology today. On one hand, we saw Realme launching the Narzo 20 series smartphones. On the other hand, Oppo launched the Oppo Reno 4 SE smartphone. In addition to that Google and Visa announced a partnership for launching a tap-to-pay feature.
So, here's everything that happened in tech today:
Realme Narzo 20 series launched
Realme today launched the Realme Narzo 20 series in India. The Narzo 20 series consists of Narzo 20 Pro, Narzo 20A and Narzo 20 smartphones and it comes at a starting price of ₹14,999. It will go on sale in India on September 25 via Flipkart, realme.com and offline stores.
Chingari crosses 30 million downloads
Indian short video sharing app Chingari on Monday announced that it had crossed the 30 million downloads mark. On the occasion, the company launched AR filters for its users.
Oppo Reno 4 SE launched
Oppo today launched the Reno 4 SE smartphone. This 5G enabled smartphone has been launched in China at a starting price of CNY 2,499 ( ₹27,000 approximately).
Asus launches Expertbook series, ExpertCenter series, AiOs series
Asus on Monday forayed into the commercial PC segment in India by launching the Experbook series laptops, ExpertCenter series desktops and all-in-ones in India. These devices will be available via Asus Exclusive Stores, Amazon.in, Croma.com, Croma Retail Stores, Flipkart.com, RelianceDigital.in, Reliance Digital Retail Stores, and other partners soon.
Google Pay gets tap-to-get feature
Google on Monday announced a partnership with Visa as a part of which the company rolled out Google Pay tokenisation. Google Pay users will now be able to use the “Tap-to-pay” feature on NFC-enabled POS terminals and online merchants to make payments.