Tech Wrap: Realme Narzo 30 series, HP Pavilion 13 launched in India
More tech news includes Telegram rolling out a bunch of new features for its users and Google Maps getting dark mode on Android.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Realme launched the Narzo 30 series along with Buds Air 2 in India. On the other hand, Google Maps on Android got dark mode. In addition to that, HP launched new Pavilion laptops in India.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Realme Narzo 30 series launched in India
Realme today launched the Realme Narzo 30 series consisting of the Narzo 30 Pro 5G and the Narzo 30A smartphones. In addition to that, the company also launched the Realme Buds Air 2 in India. You can check the price and specifications here.
Google Maps finally rolls out dark mode on Android
Google announced today it is rolling out dark mode for Google Maps on Android. Dark mode will soon be available to all Android users globally.
Fitbit partners with Deepak Chopra for premium members
Fitbit has announced a new partnership with Deepak Chopra to create an exclusive wellness collection for Fitbit Premium. If you are already a Fitbit Premium member, starting today you can work on your mindfulness by going on the Mindful Method from the Discover tab on the Fitbit app.
Telegram rolls out new features in its app
Telegram today rolled out a bunch of new features in its app. The list includes the introduction of auto-deletion of messages for individual chats, a group chat feature called Broadcast Groups, easier ways to report spam content and fake accounts, and expiring links among others.
HP Pavilion 13, 14, 15 launched in India
HP today expanded its Pavilion laptop series in India with three new models - Pavilion 13, HP Pavilion 14, and HP Pavilion 15. These laptops come at a starting price of ₹62,999.