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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 And Tab S6 Lite May Relaunch Soon
Samsung is said to re-introduce two products, which are smartwatch and tablet, in a move that the company has undertaken in recent years. The devices in question are the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite and the Galaxy Watch 4, as revealed by famed tipster Roland Quandt. These products are expected to carry the ‘2024’ designation in their names, aligning with the branding pattern observed in previously relaunched devices by Samsung. The tablet, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite and Galaxy Watch 4, originally launched almost four years ago, and three years ago, respectively, are both slated for a re-release.
YouTube Premium And YoTube Music Now Have Over 1 Million Subscribers
As the widely visited video platform, YouTube now boasts over a billion daily users. Notably, the adoption of its premium services, namely YouTube Premium and YouTube Music, is steadily growing. In an new development, YouTube Music and Premium have announced surpassing 100 million subscribers, marking a significant milestone that also includes trial users.
Apple Posts Record Revenue, Double-Digit Growth In India In Dec Quarter
iPhone maker Apple on Friday said it has hit a record quarter in India, courtesy of bumper iPhone sales. According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the company posted double-digit growth in India in the December quarter and hit a quarter revenue record for the Cupertino-based firm. The company further announced that Apple has exceeded the 10-million-unit milestone in terms of shipments and secured the top position in revenue for the first time in a calendar year.
Lava Yuva 3 Budget Handset Launched In India
Handset maker Lava on Friday launched Yuva 3 smartphone in India at an affordable price. The budget phone has been launched at a price of Rs 6,799. The smartphone is aimed at users who need a budget smartphone with good storage, processing capabilities and smart charging. The device boasts up to 128GB of onboard storage, a 90Hz refresh display and supports 18W fast charging.
Google Announces Global Rollout Of Gemini Pro On Bard
Just a few hours post Google’s Gemini took the stage at Machine Learning Developers Summit 2024 (MLDS), the tech giant announced the release of Gemini Pro across the globe. Gemini Pro in Bard will be available in more than 40 languages and across 230 countries. The double-check feature that the Bard comprises is currently being used by millions in English and will expand to more than 40 languages. The upgraded version of Bard will allow text-to-image generation that will be powered by the latest Imagen-2 model which is speculated to be better than OpenAI’s Dall.E2.