Tech Wrap: Spotify Clips launched, Realme GT 5G announced
More tech news includes Amazon announcing the Grand Gaming Days sale and Vi launching Wi-Fi calling service in Delhi.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Spotify launched Clips. On the other hand, Amazon India announced the Grand Gaming Days sale in India. In addition to that, Realme showcased the Realme GT 5G smartphone at MWC Shanghai.
So, here's what made a buzz in the tech world today:
Spotify launches Clips for artists
Spotify at its Stream On event launched a feature called “Clips.” It lets artists post short videos that they can put up on playlists.
Airtel and Qualcomm to collaborate for 5G in India
Airtel today announced a collaboration with Qualcomm to accelerate the implementation of 5G services in India. As part of the collaboration, Airtel will leverage Qualcomm’s 5G RAN platforms to roll-out virtualised and Open RAN-based 5G networks.
Amazon announces Grand Gaming Days sale in India
Amazon is hosting the Grand Gaming Days sale on its platform until February 24. During the course of this ongoing sale, Amazon India is offering up to 50% off on the purchase of gaming devices.
Realme announces GT 5G at MWC Shanghai
Realme today previewed its flagship smartphone the Realme GT at MWC Shanghai 2021. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and it comes with VC cooling system.
Vi launches Wi-Fi calling service in Delhi
Vodafone Idea today rolled out WiFi calling service to its subscribers in Delhi. In addition to this, Vi also rolled out 3GB of daily data access with their ₹249, ₹399 and ₹599 prepaid recharge plans to some users in some select circles.