Xiaomi is India’s No. 1 Smartphone brand and today they introduced Tez, powered by Google. This Google Tez is new payment option that allows users to go cashless and make payments using Tez UPI IDs.
Along with the Google Pixel 2,the company also launched the Google pixel 2 XL and enhanced variant. This version comes with 6 inch Quad HD+ screen, also powered by Snapdragon 835 octa core processor and packed with 3520 mAh battery.
Google has launched their next flagship model the Google Pixel 2 in San Fransisco. This handset is using the Snapdragon 835 octa core processor, sails on Oreo out of the box and comes with 12.2 MP primary camera. Google Pixel 2 price starts from $649 , in India it will start from Rs. 61,000.
Ahead of the official launch, Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL press renders has been revealed. The press render gives you a clear cut idea about how the Google Pixel 2 / 2 XL will look like. These smartphones will be officially launched on 4th October 2017.
Google’s next Android upgrade is the Android O and it is just round the corner. What will O stand for that is the big question, you can keep guessing for now and the name will be unveiled on August 21st.
If you are planning to buy a VR headset do check out the Google DayDream View VR that is available on Flipkart for Rs. 6,499. It is a bit pricey because it comes with a Bluetooth remote controller with 5 buttons including a track pad.
Now Google Maps allows you to share your location in real time. You can select the contacts you want to share your location with and they will be able to track you in real time on their Android phone, Apple phone, Desktop and from Mobile Web.
If you have played any Super Mario Game before and loved it, then do watch out for the Super Mario Run game that will be made available in 2017. This game was already released for iOS devices and already been downloaded over 40 million times.
A new feature has been incorporated by Google on Google Maps, ‘find public toilet or Swachh Public Toilet’. For now this feature is active in Madhya Pradesh and NSR. You can now use Google Maps and find a public toilet near your location.
Google had already started rolling out free WiFi connectivity at Railway station across India. So far they have enabled WiFi access in about 100 railway stations in India and their work is still in process – their target is to cover 400 stations through the country.