OnePlus is said to be developing two foldable phones, with a trademark filed under the names "OnePlus V Fold" and "OnePlus V Flip" with the China National Intellectual Property Administration. The filing is still active. The names suggest a clamshell and tablet design, similar to Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold. No further information is available from the trademark listing
Poco's smartphones have been well-received in the global market as rebranded Xiaomi devices with design modifications. The recent Poco C50 and Poco F4 launches have garnered consumer interest. Poco is now set to launch its latest mid-range smartphone series, the Poco X5, consisting of the standard Poco X5 and the high-end Poco X5 Pro, with the official launch date being February 6th, as announced in a recent tweet from the company's official Twitter account. The devices will be unveiled in an online event at 20:00 GMT+8.
Windows computers come pre-formatted with NTFS as the default file system, including storage drives in laptops, external hard drives, and USB sticks. There are indications that Microsoft is planning to switch to a new file system, REFS, on some systems based on references seen in the latest Windows 11 preview build.
Realme India has hinted at an upcoming phone collaboration with Coca-Cola through a teaser on its website and a social media post from a company executive. The teaser does not give any specific details but suggests that the phone, which is speculated to be the Realme 10 Pro 5G, will feature a Coca-Cola design on its back panel. This teaser indicates that the launch of this Realme and Coca-Cola phone is imminent in India.
Windows 11 is the latest version of the Windows operating system, released by Microsoft in 2021. It comes with a variety of new features and improvements, such as a redesigned Start menu, new virtual desktops options, and a more intuitive touch interface. Windows 11 also introduces a new design language, called "Windows Sun Valley" which aims to make the operating system more modern and efficient.
One of the most significant changes in Windows 11 is the integration of the new Microsoft Edge browser, which is based on the Chromium engine and offers better compatibility with web standards and faster performance. Windows 11 also includes new features for touch-enabled devices, such as improved gesture support, and a new touch keyboard that adapts to the user's typing style.
POCO is about to launch the X5 series in global markets. The X5 series will be released in India, according to the company. The X5 and X5 Pro are two devices that are expected to be included in the lineup. According to reports, the devices will be based on the Redmi Note 12 series, with the X5 Pro being a rebranded Redmi Note 12 Pro and the X5 being a customised version of the Redmi Note 12 5G. Because the POCO X5 5G was recently discovered on the Geekbench website, the debut appears to be imminent.
Sony has long been reported to be developing a new PlayStation 5 model. The PS5 was released almost two years ago, keeping the firm on track with its cycle of releasing a new edition of its existing gaming system range. As a result, the PlayStation 5 Pro's release date may be approaching quickly.
IIT Madras incubated company launches 'BharOS', an indigenous mobile operating system designed to benefit the 100 crore mobile phone users in India. The software, which can be installed on commercial off-the-shelf handsets, offers a secure environment for users.
Xiaomi strikes again with its 13 series, a flagship smartphone that sets a new standard for brightness in the Android market. With its outstanding display capabilities, the Xiaomi 13 promises to deliver an immersive and unparalleled viewing experience. As stated by Xiaomi's founder, Lei Jun, this phone's screen is the brightest in the Android camp, leaving users with nothing to be desired.
Apple unveils M2 Pro and M2 Max-powered MacBook Pro with enhanced performance and longest battery life in a Mac
Apple has just announced the release of two new MacBook Pro models, the 14-inch and 16-inch, which feature the powerful M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. These new models are built with next-generation pro silicon that provides enhanced performance and power-efficient battery life for professional users. With the M2 Pro and M2 Max, the MacBook Pro can handle demanding tasks such as effects rendering, which is now up to 6 times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro, and color grading, which is now up to 2 times faster.