Xiaomi becomes to revealed its plans to launch this Mi QLED 4K TV in India. The Chinese tech giant will host a “Quantum Leaps Ahead” event on December 16 at 12 pm to introduce television in the country.

Mi QLED 4K TV: Specifications

Xiaomi has already confirmed some key specifications of the TV. My QLED 4K TV, as the name suggests, will come with a 4K QLED panel. It will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 + in terms of images. As far as audio is concerned, the TV will have support for Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.

As you would expect from a Mi TV, the TV will offer the PatchWall user interface in terms of software. With the PatchWall user interface, you get many useful features including universal search, kids mode, smart recommendations, and live channels. We could expect the TV to have all the improvements that Xiaomi added in a recent Patchwall update, including the new user center and immersive carousel.

The QLED TV also supports Mi Quick Wake which allows you to wake up your TV in 5 seconds. Other confirmed features include support for HDMI 2.1, Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), Automatic Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and Aomedia Video 1 (AV1) codec.

My QLED 4K TV may not be a rebranded Mi TV 5

While one would naturally think that this upcoming Mi QLED 4K TV would be a rebranded version of this Mi TV 5 / Pro launched in China in November last year, Xiaomi disagrees. In an interview with Financial Express, the company clarifies that it will not limit itself to changing the name of the series Mi TV 5.

“We could have launched a QLED TV nine months ago. Taking something that is available in China and launching it here is something we don’t want to do because we want to spend that little extra time and energy to make sure we can do full justice to the technology, to make it work at its best.

Xiaomi has also confirmed that the Mi QLED 4K TV will be made in India. We’ll learn the full specs, pricing, and availability when Xiaomi launches the QLED TV next week, so stay tuned for updates.

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While Nvidia is currently trying to meet the demand for these recently announced RTX 3070, 3080, also 3090 graphics cards, this company is making a new addition to the portfolio today. The long-rumored GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics card went official today with the new Ampere architecture and 2nd-gen NVIDIA RTX.

This is the “first part of the RTX 3060 family,” states Nvidia in this official press release. It means that we can expect to see the standard RTX 3060 and possibly an RTX 3060 Super graphics card soon. Now, let’s take a close look at the spec sheet and features:

GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Specifications

The GeForce RTX 3060 Ti looks a lot like the RTX 3070 graphics card. It will offer gamers this trifecta from Nvidia technologies including DLSS, Reflex, also Nvidia Broadcast. You can easily enjoy popular games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Watch Dogs: Legion, and the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 with this card.

In its press release, Nvidia says that the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti is “built on the world’s most powerful PC gaming platform and features ray tracing and DLSS powered by artificial intelligence technology. The RTX 3060 Ti is faster than the previous generation GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, priced at INR 65,500, and offers an incredible 1080p and 1440p gaming experience. “


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The RTX 3060 Ti includes 4,864 CUDA cores (more than double this amount of cores in RTX 2080 Super) also only a single 8GB DDR6 VRAM option. This graphics card is said to have a TGP (total graphics power) of 200W and a boost clock of up to 1665 MHz. While the standard variant appears to have a single 8-pin power connector, based on the leaks, the OC variant will have a dual power connector.

You can check out the full spec sheet for the RTX 3060 Ti and how it compares to the RTX 2080 Super right here:

 RTX 2080 SuperRTX 3060 Ti
Boost Clock1650MHz1665MHz
CUDA cores21764864
Memory Bandwidth448 GB/s448 GB/s
Memory Interface256-bit256-bit
RT cores34 (1st gen)38 (2st gen)
Tensor cores272 (2nd gen)152 (3rd gen)
TGP175 watts200 watts
Video Memory8192MB GDDR68192MB GDDR6

Price and Availability

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti is priced from Rs. 35,900 in India. You can purchase the Founder’s Edition from Nvidia and custom plates from companies such as Asus, Zotac, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, and others. The RTX 3060 Ti will be on sale from December 2 (that is, tomorrow) in the country.

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Nokia Mobile partnered with FIH in its early days to bring Nokia smartphones back to market. That business deal lasted for a while, but Nokia Mobile has changed its strategy in the last two years and is trying to find a local manufacturer in some larger markets. A great example of this type of market is India, which is important to the Nokia brand, as there are many manufacturers who can assemble smartphones from scratch. There is also the historical importance of India, as Nokia used to manufacture its phones there until the end of the Devices and Services department.

In 2019, Nokia Mobile announced that phones sold in the Indian market will also bear the inscription “Made in India”. The Nokia 5.3 sold in India, for example, is already made there. Now, the Economic Times India reports that Lava, an Indian mobile phone maker, is already making Nokia phones in India. This will have a positive effect on the price of 4G phones, which will drop dramatically.

Nokia won’t be the only brand Lava will make. The Indian handset maker is apparently in talks with Motorola to strike a deal similar to Nokia’s. Lava’s obvious plan is to strengthen its position as a manufacturer now that people are taking good care of whether electronics are made in India or China. Lava even upgraded its manufacturing line, which is now capable of producing 30 million smartphones and 40 million feature phones

Generally, I don’t care if Nokia phones are made by Lava, or any other manufacturer, if some necessary quality standards are met, and if the quality control criteria are high enough. This deal is definitely good for Lava, Nokia and all other brands as it will make their products more competitive in the market due to lower manufacturing costs and probably tight logistics.

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Two months later in Indian government banned PUBG Mobile with hundreds of other Chinese apps for safety reasons, PUBG Corporation is bringing this game back to the country. The company has published through a press release that it will bring the game back to India under a new name, “PUBG Mobile India”, which was created specifically for India. The news follows reports in recent days that the company is planning to return to India and is working with major streamers for an announcement, with announcements on Diwali.

In its press announcement, the company said: “Thanks to the overwhelming enthusiasm of the community for PUBG esports in India, the company also plans to spend in hosting exclusive Indian esports events, which will feature the most popular tournaments. big, the biggest prizes and the best tournament. productions “.

The game will come with changes tailored to the requirements of India. Especially when it comes to the security and privacy of gamers in India, the company says that it will “conduct regular audits and verifications of storage systems containing personally identifiable information of Indian users to tighten security and ensure that their data are managed safely. “

There will also be some changes to this game. The game will now have green impact markers and will be set in a virtual simulation training ground, according to the release. I’m not entirely sure exactly how this game will differ from the PUBG Mobile we know of, but hopefully, it won’t change much. The company has yet to announce a release date, but hopefully, we’ll learn more about it soon.

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Also Read | Xiaomi Rollout MIUI 12 Update to Redmi Note 8 Users on India

Xiaomi has been steadily rolling out its latest Android skin, MIUI 12, to its vast portfolio for the past few months. The latest smartphone to get the new update is the sub-R. 10,000 Redmi Note 8, according to user reports online.

Redmi Note 8 has started getting this stable MIUI 12 update based on Android 10 in India. Unfortunately, the update is not based on Android 11. It bears the MIUI V12.0.1.0.QCOINXM build number and weighs exactly 2GB. Some users had already installed this update, while you can see in the screenshot below.

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So what new features should you expect to see in MIUI 12? Redmi Note 8 users will now see new user interface elements, smooth fade animations, an iOS-style control center, a new “floating windows” feature, dark mode enhancements, and more. Xiaomi has visualized the storage used, offers a nifty video toolbox with background playback, and also increased privacy.

So yes, if you are the owner of a Redmi Note 8 and should not receive the MIUI 12 update information yet, start over to the System Update and “Check for Updates” section right away. If you don’t see the update but are eager to try the new feature, download the recovery file here and update it on your smartphone.

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Also Read | Timex Fitness Band Released in India up to Rs. 4,495

Timex has released its first trend fitness band in India. It comes in two colors: rose gold and black by stainless steel mesh bands. The company also offers an additional black silicone strap with both models.

Timex Fitness Band: Specifications

The Timex fitness band has a 0.96-inch color touch screen with a resolution of 160 × 80 pixels. The company has outfitted its fitness band with most of the major features, including activity tracking, heart rate monitoring, music playback controls, to name a few. You also get calls and SMS notifications with it.

As you would expect from a smart wearable, the Timex Fitness Strap comes with a water resistance of up to 1.5m. Therefore, the fitness band must resist sweat during training sessions and rain when you are outdoors.

In terms of battery life, Timex promises 5 days of use on a single charge. The estimated battery life is on the lower end of other fitness bands in the segment. This band is recharged through a proprietary connector by a USB A port at one end.

“This fitness band is the latest example where we are selling these boundaries about innovation and giving Indian customers this is the opportunity to own a high-quality band that can wear anytime, be it a formal gathering, a gathering business, or outdoors”. activity said Ajay Dhyani, Timex Group’s executive of marketing and e-commerce.

Timex Fitness Band: cost and availability

The Timex fitness band costs Rs 4,495 in India. This is available to buy from the Timex online store and another Timex authorized offline retail partners.

Buy Timex Fitness Band Here

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Xiaomi had sold quite 10 million (1 crore) of Mi Power Banks gathered in India, the corporate claimed through a tweet beginning today. there’s no information on which models within the company’s portfolio are more popular than others, but a breakdown in sales would have offered a stimulating insight into the facility bank market within the country

As NDTV Gadgets noted, Xiaomi entered this power bank market in India in 2017, three years after it shook up this smartphone market within the country with this launch of the Mi 3 and therefore the first generation Redmi Note and Redmi Note 4G…

The company currently sells five different power banks in India, including three under this Mi brand and two under this Redmi brand. The lineup includes the recently launched Mi Power Bank 3i 20,000mAh, Mi Power Bank 3i 10,000mAh, Mi Wireless Power Bank 10,000mAh, Redmi Power Bank 20,000mAh, and Redmi Power Bank 10,000mAh.

Xiaomi is too teasing this launch of a new ‘Super Compact’ power bank in India on Thursday, November 5. While there is no official information about this next device, speculation online suggests that could well be the Mi Power Bank 3 Ultra Compact – it has a capacity of 10,000 mAh but is as compact as a credit card.

Either way, without more information, it will be interesting to see what the next power bank will bring and if it will live up to the expectations of offering the “most compact form factor”, as this company had been advertising. . We will have to wait just a couple of days to find out.

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A day before its long-awaited launch in India, Xiaomi’s India website has apparently revealed the Mi 10T Pro prices in the country. According to a now-deleted listing on Mi.com, the device will apparently be priced at Rs. 44,990, which would be a total of Rs 5,000 lower than Rs. 49,999 than Mi 10 5G launched earlier this year.

If the filtered price holds, it will be slightly cheaper in India than in Europe, where it is priced starting at € 599 (~ Rs. 51,000). As for the standard Mi 10T, it starts at € 499 (~ Rs 43,000) in the eurozone. Please note that the allegedly leaked prices on Mi.com might be a placeholder, so we will have to wait till tomorrow for the correct details.

Having unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, earlier this month, Xiaomi is set to launch them in India tomorrow. The two devices come with pretty much the similar hardware as the original Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, but with several minor changes that are largely limited to the cameras and display.

They both ship with very similar hardware, including the Snapdragon 865 chipset, up to 8GB of RAM, and the 6.67-inch IPS Full HD + (2340 × 1080 pixels) 144Hz display. Both devices also offer triple cameras on the back, but while the Mi 10T’s setup is driven by the 64MP Sony IMX682 sensor, the 10T Pro’s incorporates Samsung’s 108MP HMX image sensor.

For a long time, we have had to rely on authorized third-party resellers and e-commerce websites to purchase Apple products in India. However, there have also consistently been reports that the Cupertino giant will open its stores in India very soon. Well, a report from Bloomberg today states that Apple will open its official online store in India next month. The report also aligns with previous estimates mentioned by TechCrunch. In that report, TechCrunch said that Apple will open its online store in India in the third quarter of 2020.

Indian laws required companies to source at least 30% components domestically in order to have a first-person sales presence in the country. Apple now makes the iPhone 11, iPhone SE, and other iPhones at its manufacturing facility in India. Furthermore, the company will also manufacture the iPhone 12 in India.

Speaking to people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reports that Apple’s first retail store in India will be ready in 2021. While this will be in Mumbai, the company has also finalized the location of another store in Bangalore, near Minsk Square.

The intro of an official Apple presence in India is fabulous news for many consumers in the country. Additionally, with the addition of brick-and-mortar stores, customers can not only expect a wider range of products to be available in the country but also better customer service.

Apple reportedly began manufacturing its iPhone 11 at the Foxconn plant near Chennai. This is the first time that Apple has made its flagship phones in India. The move is seen as a major boost to the Indian government’s Make in India initiative.

Currently, India has more than 500 million smartphone users, making the country one of the most important markets for smartphone manufacturers. Samsung, Xiaomi, and Vivo have already invested heavily in the country. Now, the growing demand is attracting Apple and its suppliers.

“Significant boost to do in India! Apple has started manufacturing iPhone 11 in India, bringing a top-of-the-line model for the first time in the country, “Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal wrote on Twitter.

Apple’s decision to start manufacturing the iPhone 11 in India can be seen as an effort to move production from China to India. According to previous reports, the iPhone maker plans to change almost a fifth (~ 20 percent) of its production capacity.

According to a new report by The Economic Times, the company will increase production in stages. Additionally, the Cupertino giant may consider exporting iPhone 11 units that are made in India to other countries.

Manufacturing iPhones in India saves Apple a 22 percent import tariff. Although the company has yet to announce any price cuts, industry executives informed ET that Apple may cut prices later.

Additionally, Apple plans to manufacture the iPhone SE (2020) at the Wistron plant near Bangalore. This plant launched domestic Apple manufacturing in India in May 2017 with the old iPhone SE. Meanwhile, the company started assembling iPhone XR in India last October.

While Apple, Foxconn, and Wistron contract manufacturers have their presence in India, a report earlier this month hinted that Apple’s second-largest contract manufacturer, Pegatron, has registered its Chennai affiliate, Tamil Nadu. We can witness the expansion of local production in these plants also in the future.