Tech Wrap: PM Modi inaugurates Undersea Optical Fibre Cable Project, Galaxy Note 20 India launch date revealed and more
More tech news includes Samsung launching Mystic Blue variant of the Galaxy Note 20 in India and WhatsApp refining its multi-platform support feature.
It was an eventful day in the world of tech today. On one hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the undersea optical fibre cable project between Chennai and Andaman and Nicobar islands and on the other hand, Samsung revealed the date when the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones will go on sale in India.
So, here’s everything that made headlines in the world of tech today:
WhatsApp refines its multi-device support feature
WhatsApp is working on a multi-device support feature that would enable users to use the same account across various devices. Now, the company has added functionality that would automatically sync the chat across all the connected devices.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 India launch date revealed
Samsung’s newly launched Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones are available for pre-orders in India. Now, Amazon India has revealed that the phone will go on sale in India on August 28.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Mystic Blue colour variant launched
Samsung today launched the Mystic Blue colour variant of the Galaxy Note 20 series in India. It joins the Mystic Bronze and Mystic Green colour variants.
PM Modi inaugurates first undersea optical fibre cable project
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the first undersea optical fibre project that will connect Andaman and Nicobar Islands with Chennai while providing high-speed broadband connectivity in the region that is at par with services in the mainland.