Delete Sent WhatsApp Messages, iPhone X India Pre-Orders, Sony Xperia R1, and More: Your 360 Daily

The WhatsApp message deletion and return function, which has been rumored and leaked for years, finally seems to have been released to users. Apparently, it works if both parts of a message thread have the latest version of WhatsApp, and it seems to be available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone users, as well as for the web application. Users reported that the options “Delete for all” and “Delete for me” appear when you select messages and press the trash icon in a conversation. This only lasts seven minutes after sending a message, and parties are not notified that others have deleted messages. Users also report that the function works not only for text messages but also for photos, videos, contacts and other types of messages. It seems that it will take some time to implement this function in all users of WhatsApp.

IPhone X pre-reservations open in India

Previous reservations for the iPhone X have been opened in India, which is one of the first countries in which Apple’s new flagship smartphone is launched. It will be officially released on November 3. Amazon and Flipkart accept pre-orders online and offer cash back when purchased with a Citibank card, exchange benefits, free extended warranty, cash value guarantees and a specific plan operator. If you prefer to buy your iPhone X offline, you can go to any authorized Apple dealer. The device is sold from Rs. 89,000 for the 64 GB variant and Rs. 1.02,000 for the 256GB variant, making it the most expensive smartphone in India today.

Google extends warranties for all Pixel 2 phones after power-on reports on the screen

Google has reacted to web-based reports of screen recording problems and poor color reproduction. While recognizing that there are problems, the company defended its latest smartphone release and said there were only a small number of reports. Google will increase the warranty periods of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to two years to ensure customer satisfaction. Users will soon receive an update that will allow them to select a new color profile that promises to be more saturated.

Airtel and Vodafone launch new packages and offers

Airtel is promoting its payment bank by offering a 100% discount on purchases of its Rs recharge package. 349. It is not known if this is a limited time offer. The user will receive Rs. 50 in your Airtel Payments Bank accounts for each of the following seven renewals within seven months, if you continue to be charged for the same amount. All purchases must be made using the MyAirtel application. Users will receive 1 GB of data per day for 28 days, and up to 250 free minutes of calls per day with an additional limit of 1000 free minutes per week.

Vodafone has also launched two new projects to attract new customers and satisfy existing customers. The new Vodafone plan with 1 GB of data per day and the validity of 84 days is priced at Rs. 496 and it comes with unlimited local and STD calls to any network. In addition, buyers will receive free incoming and outgoing calls during roaming with the Vodafone Rs plan. 496. The same benefits, less roaming, are available for 28 days at Rs. 177

Oppo F5 released in the Philippines

Oppo launched the Oppo F5 smartphone, the latest in its series of self-help experts in the Philippines. The most acclaimed feature is an improved AI enhancement mode for selfies. The phone has been leaked long before this release and, as expected, it also has a full HD screen 18: 9 with very narrow edges. The Oppo F5 has been announced in the Philippines in two variants, one with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage available in black and gold, and the other with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB. storage in red. It also has a 20 megapixel front camera, a 16 megapixel rear camera and a MediaTek MT6763T SoC.

Xiaomi MIUI 9 will be released soon in India

Xiaomi started mocking the latest version of her custom MIUI skin, which is scheduled to be released in India on November 2. It is assumed that MIUI 9 will accelerate the launch of the application and introduces a new split screen feature, as well as new design elements and lock screen shortcuts. The company has also started to launch the launch of a new device, but we all know that at this point it will not be a serial phone. Note.


Samsung Galaxy Note 9, rather than Galaxy S9, may feature pressure-sensitive in-display fingerprint reader

The awkward location of the fingerprint reader on the back of the Samsung Galaxy S8 annoyed many, leading industry observers believe that the company could rectify the problem with the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung, however, does not and if You must believe new rumors, nor is it likely that your next Galaxy S9 has a fingerprint sensor on the screen. According to a report published on Friday, the South Korean conglomerate has filed a patent with KIPRIS, the country’s patent office, for a fingerprint reader with a pressure sensitive screen that could appear on one of its future phones. logo in 2018.

While some people have speculated that the new touch-screen fingerprint reader may appear on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +, a recent tweet from a former Samsung executive indicated that the feature could be presented with the Galaxy Note 9, SamMobile Samsung has developed an optical fingerprint reader that has been tested on the screen of the Galaxy Note 8. However, it has proven to be defective due to the uneven brightness of the screen.

According to media reports at the time, the area containing the fingerprint reader seemed brighter than the rest of the screen, which was considered one of the main reasons why it finally could not reach the Galaxy Note 8. However, now it seems that Samsung finally developed the technology for the fingerprint reader on the screen, and if everything goes according to plan, the Galaxy Note 9 could be the first Samsung phone to present it.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities, also said earlier this month that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could be equipped with a fingerprint sensor “below the screen” when it launches in the second half of 2018. As for the other details of the Galaxy Note 9, the device should be a more refined version of the Galaxy Note 8. It is likely that the phone retains the Infinity screen, while the S Pen Pen could receive significant improvements. In addition, the Galaxy Note 9 should also present an improved camera.


Apple’s new MacBook Air now selling for Rs 53,900, iPhone 6 for Rs 23,900

Imagine, a premium reseller of Apple products in India, now sells the 2017 version of the MacBook Air for just Rs 53,900. This price is for the 128GB storage configuration. The 256GB high-end storage version of the MacBook Air is sold for as little as 69,500 Rs. Both models are currently in the Apple store in India with an MRP of Rs 77,200 and Rs 92,500 respectively. This is a substantial difference of Rs 23,300 and Rs 23,000, respectively. However, there is an opportunity.

Imagine will offer you the (heavy) discount only if you decide to make the payment using the Paytm application through cash back, which means that you must make the full payment through the Paytm application. Your refund will be reflected in your account within 24 hours, said an Imagine store manager speaking to India Today Tech. The offer appears to be an extension of the sale of the Paytm Independence Party which will end on August 15. This seems confirmed by the leader Imagine, although he has no information on when the offer will end. “It’s better if you buy the product now because we do not know if the offer will continue for a long time,” said the executive.

The offer extends to some Apple products beyond the MacBook Air. The 32GB iPhone model, for example, sells for 44,600 Rs while the 32GB iPhone model sells for Rs 23,900. While the 32GB iPhone is listed for 56,200 Rs in the Apple India store, the 32GB iPhone 6 model can be purchased for only 25,999 Rs through online channels (the device is no longer in the Apple India store ). In addition, those who purchase the products mentioned above with the Paytm application will also be eligible for an Imagine Rs 1000 gift card, the executive said.


Apple iPhone 8, 8 Plus coming to India on September 29 at 6pm, pre-orders start from Sept 22 at 12am

Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will arrive in India next week. The phone was launched on September 29, a week after it went on sale in the United States. The worldwide sale of the phone starts on September 22. Over the past two years the company has been organizing a midnight launch for their phones, but this time the phones will be available at 6pm in India.

E-commerce Flipkart will begin receiving pre-orders for the phone from September 22 at 12pm. The website has a dedicated page for new iPhones and you have already activated ‘Notify me’ for phones.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will have a starting price of 64,000 Rs and will be available in a 64GB and 256GB storage model. The 64GB version of the iPhone 8 will cost Rs 64,000 while the 256GB storage model will cost 77,000 rupees. The iPhone 8 Plus will come with an initial price of 73,000 rupees. The 256GB variant of the iPhone 8 Plus will be priced at 86,000 rupees. The new iPhone will be available in space models in gold, silver and gray.

iPhone 8 and 8 Plus come with incremental upgrades in their predecessors, namely the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as the fast and wireless charging capability, the powerful A11 processor and do not forget an enhanced camera.

Speaking of specs, the iPhone 8 sports a 4.7-inch Retina display while the iPhone 8 Plus comes with a larger 5.5-inch screen. Both iPhones show a TrueTone screen that can change the color temperature according to the environment to reduce users’ eye fatigue. The phones have a design similar to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, but come with a new design, all in glass and metal.

Apple says both iPhones are made of aerospace grade aluminum with a 7-layer color process. The phones work with the powerful A11 chipset that claims that Apple is the smartest processor ever seen on any smartphone. The phones are equipped with augmented reality functions.

On the optical plane, the iPhone 8 is equipped with a 12MP and 7MP rear camera, while the iPhone 8 Plus is equipped with a dual camera equipped with two 12 MP sensors with f / 1.8 and f / 2.8 apertures.


Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launched at Rs 67,900: Specs, features and everything to know

Samsung launched its new big screen phablet, also known as Galaxy Note 8, in India on Tuesday at a price of 67,900 rupees. The Galaxy Note 8 is the successor to the now-defunct Galaxy Note 7 and was first announced by Samsung during its unenveloped event in New York on 11 August. In India, the Galaxy Note 8 will be available for purchase from September 21st. pre-ordered from today – online and offline in the Midnight Black and Maple Gold color options. Online, the Galaxy Note 8 will be sold exclusively through the Samsung and Amazon India store itself. The phone will come with an AKG headset and a clear protective box in the box.

The Galaxy Note 7 introduced many innovations during the day. Comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 both front and back. In fact, it was the first device in the Note series that offers protection against dust and water. Samsung has also been able to certify the IP68 S included Pen. The basic memory started at 64 GB and Note 7 also supported an expandable storage of up to 256 GB through a hybrid micro-SD card slot. It comes with Quad-HD screen resolution and allows users to manually change the screen resolution in HD and Full HD to save battery power. There was also HDR mode for videos. On the front of the camera, it features a 12-megapixel “double-pixel” backing (with f / 1.7 aperture and optical image stabilization) and a 5-megapixel front-end combo.

An advanced Galaxy S8 + for those who love a stylus
The Galaxy Note 7 is dead. The Galaxy Note 8 is the future. The Galaxy Note 8 takes the place where the infamous Galaxy Note 7 came out and impregnates it from the USP Infinity screen of the current Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 + generation, which means that the Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 + also comes with a screen without edge-to-edge edges with an unusual aspect ratio of 18.5: 9.

Samsung also included in its mix its virtual assistant Bixby, suggesting that the South Korean commander might not have left him yet, even if he could have done so by removing the dedicated button from Bixby or projecting it, this time. As in the Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 +, the Bixby button aboard the Galaxy Note 8 does nothing but support Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana and google.

The Galaxy Note 8 is cut from glass (the new Gorilla Glass 5 from Corning) and metal. The metal core that attaches to the front and back virtually does not exist, much like the Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 +. And it is polished in a way that gives the impression that the whole is a continuous sheet of glass. However, there is a subtle difference in that the Galaxy Note 8 is a bit less curved than the Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 +. This is so users can take full advantage of S-Pen’s note taking capabilities on a relatively flat surface, according to Samsung. The Galaxy Note 8 is the place where the infamous Galaxy Note 7 disappeared and pumps it from the USP Infinity screen of the current generation Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 +

The front, in the case of Galaxy Note 8, is clean and without physical buttons. The fingerprint scanner, like the Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8 +, is located on the back side of the camera module, which means that touching is always an ergonomic nightmare. The start button is, on the other hand, software-based. It is also sensitive to pressure and provides a tactile response when pressed.

The Galaxy Note 8 has almost no glasses. The phone gives you about 83% of the ratio screen / body. The Galaxy Note 8, as it almost has no glasses, occupies a much smaller size as well as a circumference, compared to a normal 6 inch phone. The Galaxy Note 8, for your reference, has a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels (WQHD +) and a Super AMOLED panel. The phone also comes with the permanent features of Samsung.

However, the USP of the Galaxy Note 8 is your S-Pen. The new S-Pen has a rubber tip of 0.7 mm and a pressure sensitivity of 4096 to reproduce a true stylistic experience, according to Samsung. Last year, the S-Pen came dangerously close to a pen, more than ever, faster and more accurate. It comes with some new and improved features, such as the ability to expand and translate content right away. You could also make GIF come from videos. This year, Samsung has added some extra features to make it stand out. It is not necessary. Keep in mind that Samsung is the only compelling option on the market if it is on a stylus, after all.