Tech Wrap: Poco M2 Pro launch, Ola app gets PhonePe integration and more
More tech news includes Google increasing group calling limit in Google Duo on Android to 32 and PUBG Mobile getting Livik Map update.
Xiaomi launched its mid-budget smartphone, the Poco M2 Pro in India via a virtual event today. In addition to that we got to know that Google started rolling out dark mode to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides almost a year after introducing dark mode on Android.
So here's a look at today's top tech news:
Poco M2 launched
Xiaomi launched Poco M2 Pro in India today. The Poco M2 Pro is available in three variants - 4GB+64GB model that costs ₹13,999; 6GB +64GB model that costs ₹14,999 and 6GB+128GB model that costs ₹16,999.
Ola apps gets PhonePe integration
Ola announced a partnership with PhonePe. As a part of this partnership, commuters will be able to pay for their rides using PhonePe e-wallet that will be integrated within the Ola app.
PUBG Mobile gets Livik Map
The makers of PUBG Mobile have started rolling out the Livik Map to the game. It is available as a part of the 0.19.0 update which also contains Royale Pass Season 14.
Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android get dark mode
Google has rolled out dark mode support for Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides on Android almost a year after it rolled out dark mode support to its Android OS. The update is available on Android 10 and later.
Google Duo limit increased to 32 on Android
Google has increased the group calling limit on its Google Duo app to 32. This update is available on Google Duo app versions 92 and v94.
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