Good Evening! It’s a Friday, and we’re sure you must be busy making your weekend plans. It was an exciting day today, with Vodafone revising its postpaid plans, you can now get Amazon Prime subscription on monthly basis, Redmi 6 Pro and Mi Pad 4 teased again and more. Here’s a look at the top stories of the day from the world of technology.
Vodafone RED 399, RED 499 plan
To compete with Reliance Jio, Vodafone has revamped its RED 399 and RED 499 postpaid plans to offer more data. The RED 399 plan now offers 40GB 3G /4G data, up from 20GB that it used to offer before. Similarly, the RED 499 plan now offers 75GB data, compared to 40GB data that it used to before. The RED 499 plan also offers users with 1-year subscription of Vodafone Play and Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime monthly subscription
Amazon India has silently introduced a new monthly subscription plan for Amazon Prime priced at Rs 129. If you think paying Rs 999 per year is expensive, this plan is for you. But do note that you end up paying about Rs 550 more, and a total of Rs 1,548, compared to Rs 999 a year.
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Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 (6GB) variant spotted
Asus launched the Zenfone Max Pro M1 smartphone in two variants – one with 3GB RAM and the other with 4GB of RAM. It had also announced a 6GB RAM variant that will be launched at a later date, along with a 16-megapixel primary camera. While Asus hasn’t mentioned anything about the availability, the variant was spotted on Flipkart, and it is likely that it will go on sale soon.
Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro, Mi Pad 4 teased
Xiaomi is gearing up to launch the new Redmi 6 Pro smartphone along with Mi Pad 4 tablet in China on June 25. Ahead of the launch, real-life photos of the Redmi 6 Pro have surfaced online. Meanwhile, the company has also teased the Mi Pad 4 which will be featuring AI Face Unlock feature, while ditching the fingerprint sensor.
Vivo Y81 With iPhone X-Like Notch launched
Vivo has unveiled a new smartphone in Vietnam called Y81 which comes with and edge to edge display and iPhone X like notch. The Vivo Y81 ditches the fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication, and is relying on face unlock feature instead. It is priced at VND 4,990,000, which roughly translates to Rs 15,000.