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Tech wrap: Samsung Galaxy F62, Harman Kardon SoundSticks 4, Indian smartphone market and more

India’s smartphone market declined, Nissan denied working with Apple and Samsung launched Galaxy F62 smartphone.

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It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Harman Kardon launched the SoundSticks 4 in India. On the other hand, India’s smartphone market declined, Nissan denied working with Apple and Samsung launched Galaxy F62 smartphone.

Here's what happened in tech today:

Samsung Galaxy F62 launched in India, price starts at 23,999

Samsung on Monday announced the launch of Galaxy F62 in India. The second smartphone under its new F-series comes in two variants - 6/128GB and 8GB/128GB – priced at 23,999 and 25,999, respectively. Here are the specs.

India’s smartphone market declines in 2020 after witnessing years of growth: IDC

India, the country that has seen years of growth in the smartphone market, for the first time in years faced a market decline in 2020, as per the latest report by IDC. The top five vendors of the year were Xiaomi, Samsung, Vivo, Realme and Oppo.

Nope, Nissan is not in talks with Apple for autonomous car project

A while ago it was reported that Hyundai and Kia are in talks with Apple for manufacturing an electric car, or what was tipped as the “Apple Car”. However, both two companies later denied this in a statement. Soon we started hearing that Nissan was another candidate to partner with Apple for the autonomous car project. But in the latest statement issued by the automaker, it has been made clear that Nissan is not in discussions to work with Apple.

Elon Musk says he’ll support top Dogecoin holders selling coins

Elon Musk, who’s been a vocal supporter of Dogecoin, said there’s too much concentration of the coins among its major holders and he will support them if they sell their coins.

‘Get Active India’ challenge announced for Apple Watch users: Here’s how to participate

All you need to do is to close Activity rings (Stand/Move/Exercise) on your Apple Watch everyday. Closing the rings will accumulate points which improves the ranking of your city on the overall leaderboard.

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