Amazon Prime Video mobile-only plan launched Also Read - Here are some features Signal directly copied from WhatsApp
Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition has been launched for Airtel users starting at Rs 89 per month. Airtel users will be able to access Prime Video content on their mobile phones in SD quality. The plan also offers 4G data to users as well. As part of the introductory offer, Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition is available for free for 30 days. It can be availed via the Airtel Thanks app. Read more here. Also Read - WhatsApp Web beta users get video, voice calling feature: Report
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OnePlus Band goes on sale in India
OnePlus Band is now available to buy in India via the OnePlus website, Amazon and Flipkart. Offline channels include partner stores as well as exclusive stores across India. OnePlus Band can be bought at Rs 2,499. Among key features of the affordable fitness tracker include SpO2 monitor, touchscreen AMOLED display, 10 exercise modes, heart rate sensor, and sleep tracking. The battery is said to last up to 14 days and it also features 5ATM for dust and water resistance. Read more here.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite could launch alongside Mi 11
Xiaomi is planning to launch Mi 11 Lite alongside the flagship Mi 11 smartphone in global markets, according to a Gizmochina report. However, a launch date is unclear as of now. Mi 11 Lite is said to be a cheaper midrange variant of the Mi 11. The Mi 11 Lite was also spotted on BIS certification website with model number ‘ M2101K9AI,’ suggesting the smartphone could launch in India soon. Read more here.
WhatsApp working on Read Later feature for Android beta
A new Read Later feature has been spotted by WaBetaInfo in WhatsApp Android beta. The feature is a replacement for the Archive Chats feature, according to the report. Read Later aims to reduce interruptions as chats with new messages will stay in the Read Later category and users will not get any notifications. All chats in the Read Later category are muted to reduce interruptions. Read more here.