Tech Wrap: Nubia Red Magic 6 to launch on March 4, WhatsApp’s ToS to come into effect on May 15
More tech news includes WhatsApp explaining what would happen if users don’t accept its Terms of Service and Sony PS5’s controller drift being a hardware issue.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology. On one hand, we got to know about the official launch date of the Nubia Red Magic 6 smartphone. On the other hand, we got to know what would happen if users don't accept WhatsApp's terms of service.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
YouTube rolls out 4K support for low-res phones
YouTube has started rolling out support for 4K content on Android smartphones. This feature would enable Android phones with 1080p (full HD) resolution to view 4K content on YouTube.
WhatsApp explains what will happen to users who don't accept its ToS
WhatsApp has explained users who don't accept its new Terms of Service by May 15 will still be able to use some of its services for a short period of time. Their accounts will be completely deleted if they don't accept the new terms within 120 days after May 15.
WhatsApp's ToS will come into effect on May 15
WhatsApp has started showing new in-app notification prompting users to accept its new Terms of Service. These changes will come into effect on May 15.
Nubia Red Magic 6 launch date revealed
The Nubia Red Magic 6 will launch in China on March 4. The news comes as a courtesy of ZTE's President of Mobile Devices Ni Fei who took to his official Weibo handle to confirm the launch date of the phone.
Sony PS5 controller drift is a hardware problem
There have been multiple reports about the DulaSense controller, that comes with the PS5, reporting some serious rocker drift issues. This issue makes game characters move without command and can also change camera angles leading to disruptions in the game. A new report says that the problem here seems to be a hardware one and not a software one.