Xiaomi Redmi 7, Redmi 7A and Redmi Y3 tipped to launch in India soon; here’re the details

Xiaomi Redmi 7, Redmi 7A and Redmi Y3 tipped to launch in India soon; here're the details

Xiaomi launched three Redmi phones recently in India — Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 7 Pro and the Redmi Go. However, the launches aren’t over yet and if leaks are to be believed, Xiaomi may launch three more phones this year in India. As per the tipster Ishan Agarwal, Xiaomi is planning to launch Redmi 7, Redmi 7A and the Redmi Y3 in India soon. According to Ishan, Xiaomi will first launch the Redmi 7 and then Redmi Y3. Not much is known about the launch of Redmi 7A. To recollect, Redmi 7 has already been launched in China.

Talking about the impending launch of Redmi 7A, Redmi 7 and Redmi Y3, Ishan Agarwal tweeted, “As you all would expect, Xiaomi is soon launching the Redmi 7 in India. It will also be launching the Redmi Y3 after that, probably next month or so. And that’s not all, I believe they are preparing another budget smartphone with model code C3F which is probably Redmi 7A.”

Redmi 7 comes with an octa-core Snapdragon 632 SoC paired with up to 4GB of RAM, 4,000mAh battery that cn be charged using a 10W charger. The phone has a 6.26-inch LCD HD+ display with screen resolution of 1520×720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9.

The camera module on the Redmi 7 includes a dual camera setup on the back with a 12-MP sensor and an 8-MP sensor. For selfies, the device has a 8-MP camera and a lot of AI features. The Redmi 7 comes with a gradient finish and waterdrop notch on the front that includes the selfie camera. The bezels on the sides are also slimmer compared to the Redmi 6.

As far as pricing is concerned, Redmi 7 was launched in China for a starting price of 699 yuan which roughly translates to around Rs 7,000.

Meanwhile, the Redmi 7A was spotted on 3C certification site in China in December. Similarly, Redmi Y3 hasn’t launched yet, but was spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance running on Android Pie.


Apple App Store Review Guidelines Updated With Remote Mirroring Changes, Free Trial Details, and More

Apple App Store Review Guidelines Updated With Remote Mirroring Changes, Free Trial Details, and More


  • Non-subscription apps developers may offer a free time-based trial period
  • Apple says that apps cannot mine for cryptocurrency
  • Apple also released changes in terms of data security

Apple on Monday quietly posted an update to its App Store Review Guidelines in categories such as safety, performance, business, design, and legal. Alongside the unveiling of iOS 12 that is available to developers for beta testing, Apple has officially introduced the new App Store guidelines that it uses to decide which apps can appear in the store. In the new guidelines, Apple has introduced revisions related to free app trials, cryptocurrency mining, data security, and more.

First up, Apple has detailed updates to safety guidelines, and it includes directions related to objectionable content, user-generated content, kids category, and more. The company has told developers to provide users with an easy way to contact them. In terms of data security, Apple says, “Apps should implement appropriate security measures to ensure proper handling of user information collected pursuant to the Apple Developer Program License Agreement and these Guidelines and prevent its unauthorised use, disclosure, or access by third parties.”

Another notable change appears to be surrounding multi-platform services. It appears to be related to apps like Steam Link, which Apple rejected last month. Later, the company said it was working with Valve to make sure the Steam Link app fit within the company’s guidelines. Now, the company is saying that apps operating across multiple platforms may allow users to access content acquired elsewhere, but that content must also be available via in-app purchases.

“You must not directly or indirectly target iOS users to use a purchasing method other than in-app purchase, and your general communications about other purchasing methods must not discourage use of in-app purchase,” Apple said. For remote mirroring applications like Steam Link, the company also outlined that the host device for such apps must be a personal computer owned by the user, all account creation and management must be initiated from the host device, any software or services appearing in the client are fully rendered on the screen of the host device, and may not use APIs or platform features beyond what is required to stream the Remote Desktop, and more.

The guideline revisions also include new details regarding in-app advertising. According to Apple, ads must be appropriate for the app’s audience and may not target sensitive user data. Apple says, “Ads displayed in an app must be appropriate for the app’s age rating, allow the user to see all information used to target them for that ad (without requiring the user to leave the app), and may not engage in targeted or behavioural advertising based on sensitive user data such as health/medical data (e.g. from the HealthKit APIs), school and classroom data (e.g. from ClassKit), or from kids (e.g. from apps in the Kids Category), etc.”

Also, interstitial ads or ads that interrupt or block the user experience must clearly indicate that they are an ad. They also must not manipulate or trick users into tapping into them, and must provide easily accessible and visible close/ skip buttons large enough for people to easily dismiss the ad, the company says.

Talking about cryptocurrency, Apple has released some new details and specifically said that apps cannot mine cryptocurrency in the background. Also, apps may facilitate virtual currency storage, given that they are offered by developers enrolled as an organisation. For ICOs, Apple said, “Apps facilitating Initial Coin Offerings (“ICOs”), cryptocurrency futures trading, and other crypto-securities or quasi-securities trading must come from established banks, securities firms, futures commission merchants (“FCM”), or other approved financial institutions and must comply with all applicable law.”

Also notable is that Apple has described how developers can offer free trials of their apps. Previously, it allowed free trials of subscription-based apps, but now any app can offer a free trial. Apple says that non-subscription apps may offer a free time-based trial by using a ‘non-consumable’ in-app purchase. It said, “Non-subscription apps may offer a free time-based trial period before presenting a full unlock option by setting up a Non-Consumable IAP item at Price Tier 0 that follows the naming convention: 14-day Trial.” Also, before the start of the trial, apps must clearly identify its duration, the content or services that will no longer be accessible when the trial ends, and any downstream charges the user would need to pay for full functionality.


Moto Z Leak indicates StyleMod Covers; mission Tango telephone details Tipped


The Moto Z’s alleged StyleMod back covers had been leaked.
Lenovo’s first project Tango-powered cellphone has been leaked as well.
each smartphones may be unveiled at Lenovo Tech international on Thursday.
while Lenovo is busy gearing up for its Tech international occasion in San Francisco on Thursday, there area host of leaks surfacing on-line on the feasible announcements the business enterprise intends to make. The modern-day encompass lower back covers for the brand new Moto Z flagship line, and moredetails about the Google assignment Tango-powered telephone that the organisation has announcedit’ll unveil.

Lenovo-owned Motorola is expected to re-emblem its flagship Moto X series, and rename it to Moto Z. This new flagship may be introduced on the Tech global event with MotoMods modular backplates, which carrynumerous additional software. The modern leak by using hellomotoHK confirms that the well-knowncustomisation feature synonymous to the Moto X lineup will stay. The snap shots leaked displayexceptional StyleMods aka returned covers for the Moto Z. There appears to be a nylon variation, woodenoptions, and two leather-based alternatives. those returned covers look to cover up the relationshippins for the MotoMods at the again, and feature a circular ring beginning for the digital camera on top.

past leaks advise that there may be two variations – Moto Z and Moto Z Play. Moto Z is expected tocharacteristic 5.five-inch QHD show, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 3GB or 4GB of RAM, a 16-megapixel rear digicam, 32GB of in-built garage, and a 2600mAh battery. The Moto Z Play may also recreation a5.5-inch complete-HD show, a Snapdragon 625 SoC, 2GB of RAM, a thirteen-megapixel rear digicam, 16GB and 32GB garage versions, and percent a 3500mAh battery

Lenovo has already confirmed it will launch the primary customerdealing with mission Tango-poweredtelephone at its Tech global occasion on Thursday. Tipster Evan Blass pointers that the phablet could bereferred to as Phab2 pro. Blass additionally famous that the cellphone will don a massive 6.4-inchdisplay. There isn’t much else this is known about the tool thus far.

For the uninitiated, assignment Tango is a Google experiment. it’s been a piece in development for quitesome time now, and objectives to bring AR and VR for low expenses. it can be used for correct indoor mapping; or intensity sensing for augmented reality so that you could very appropriately redecorate yourcomplete house to your phone, as an example; you could use it for gesture tracking in virtual truth so that you couldn’t simply look around however also lean in and immediately interact with gadgets. If this leak is real, it’ll be exciting to peer what the Phab2 seasoned has to offer.

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Telecom Regulator To are searching for name masking details From Operators

Telecom Regulator To Seek Call Masking Details From Operators

At present, disputes among customers and telecom operators aren’t taken up by customer courts as asuperb court docket judgement of 2009 had barred looking for this type of comfort below the consumerprotection Act. (Representational photograph)
NEW DELHI: Telecom regulator TRAI will are trying to find information of the radio link timeout era, allegedly being used for protecting call drops and resulting in better bills for subscribers.

earlier than setting up any enquiry, we can seek details of radio-hyperlink technology (RLT) from telecom operators round parameters that are relevant globally, they may be following right here and parameters that they have got been following over a period of 365 days,” TRAI Chairman RS Sharmainformed journalists on sidelines of India Satcom occasion.

in the state-of-the-art check power carried out by using the TRAI in Delhi, state-owned telecom operator MTNL failed on all communitybased totally high-quality of service parameters.

As according to the file for Delhi, Aircel and Vodafone have been the usage of RLT past the degrees theirfriends follow. RLT is one of the parameters which decides for a way long the call have to be sustained if the sign fine drops under a positive threshold.

As according to an official source, a few telecom operators are the use of it for covering call drops,resulting in better payments for subscribers.

these days, the test pressure record of Hyderabad and Bhopal can be made public,” Mr Sharma stated.

The superb court docket currently quashed a rule that mandated telecom operators to compensatepurchasers Re 1 for each name drop with the upper restrict at Rs. three in line with day.

At gift, disputes among purchasers and telecom operators aren’t taken up via client courts as a preferrredcourt judgement of 2009 had barred looking for such a comfort below the purchaser protection Act,saying a unique treatment is furnished below the Indian Telegraph Act.

The countrywide Telecom coverage 2012 envisages to undertake legislative measures to convey disputesbetween purchasers and telecom provider carriers inside the jurisdiction of client forums installedunder the purchaser protection Act.

worried approximately the decision drop problem, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has sought greater powers to penalise mobile operators as most of them have did not meet the excellentbenchmark in this regard.

Telecom Secretary JS Deepak, however, these days stated he is yet to obtain a communication from TRAI to are seeking for extra strength.