Google launched new Pixel 6 smartphones on Tuesday, its latest attempt in a market the tech giant has failed thus far to conquer. The handset sector is dominated by Apple and South Korean electronics colossus Samsung, but Google keeps aiming for a breakthrough with its Android-powered Pixel line.
Microsoft, this Wednesday, got done with their Fall Surface keynote event where they announced seven new products which ship with Windows 11 from the factory, including the Surface 8 Pro, Surface Go 3, the new, refreshed Surface Duo 2 and much more.
The 10-inch Portal Go is an all-new, portable form factor wrapped in fabric with a standalone battery. The updated Portal Plus replaces the 14-inch device that first debuted three years ago. New software updates put even more of an emphasis on video calls in a remote work setting.
Google on Monday unveiled a new flagship Pixel smartphone powered by its first mobile chip to put artificial intelligence in people's hands. Pixel 6 models set for release later this year, with superfast 5G wireless capability, will debut Google's own Tensor chip crafted along the lines of processors it made for data centres to enable computers to think more as people do.
Walton has launched its new flagship smartphone with a 64-megapixel rear Penta camera (five-sensor camera) set-up. Besides, there is a 32-megapixel selfie camera on the front. The phone sports many advanced features including a large screen full HD+ display, gaming processor, powerful RAM, ROM and side-mounted fingerprint sensor.