Tech Wrap: Samsung Galaxy M02, Moto G9 inching closer to launch and more
More tech news includes Google testing a likes counter in Discover feeds and Airtel giving 5GB data free.
It was an interesting day in the world of tech today. On one hand, Airtel announced that it is offering 5GB data free to select users. On the other hand, Google started testing a likes counter for stories in Discover feeds.
Here's what happened in tech today:
Samsung Galaxy M02 to launch soon
Samsung is expected to the Galaxy M02 in India soon. The phone has been spotted on the support page of Samsung India, which indicates an imminent launch. You can check all the details here.
Google is testing a likes counter for stories in Discover feeds
Google, as per a new report, is testing new functionality that will show a like counter, that is a heart icon similar to Instagram and Twitter, on the stories liked by the users.
Moto G9 Plus likely to launch in India soon
The Moto G9 Plus has been spotted on the website of the Indian Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). This means that the phone is getting closer to be launched in India.
Airtel is offering free 5GB data to select users
Airtel is offering 5GB of free data to new Airtel 4G customers and that can be availed by downloading the Airtel Thanks app. This offer is only for prepaid customers and new customers.
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