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OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7T series Android 11 Update coming soon

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Recently, OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro have received the Android 11 update. And now many users are waiting that when OnePlus 7 series, the phones from 2019, is getting the update. The family members are OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, 7T, and 7T Pro, as well as the 5G variants.

Speaking to Android Authority, OnePlus confirmed that Android 11 and the accompanying OxygenOS 11 will be arriving on 2019 devices sometime in December 2020. Specifically, the OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and OnePlus 7T Pro will be upgraded during that month. Presumably, 5G versions of the 7 Pro and 7T Pro will also be included.

This confirmation flies against recent rumors suggesting that it could be 2021 before OnePlus’ 2019 flagships would see Android 11.

Since the 7-series features two slightly different chipsets — the Snapdragon 855 for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro and the 855 Plus for the 7T and 7T Pro — the upgrades will probably land at slightly different times. Theoretically, the 7T series should see the upgrade first, followed shortly thereafter by the 7-series.

These four devices run on different chips, so it’s very likely that the older 7-series will be upgraded after the 7T-series, but it seems likely they’ll both get the update within a couple of weeks of each other.

A release just two months from now is actually a bit impressive for OnePlus considering that, so far, public betas for Android 11 have not been released for the OnePlus 7 Pro or 7T. By the time those betas arrive, though, we’ll get a look at what features from newer phones will make their way to older hardware. When are betas coming? OnePlus didn’t mention, but if the rollout is coming in December, it could be any day now.

What the Android 11 Update will Bring to OnePlus 7 Series?

Android 11will introduce “conversations” notifications; which are designed for a chat and messaging and will be appeared in pop-up overlays known as “bubbles”.

Users will also be able to mark the conversations as “priority” to give them greater prominence (pushing them to the top of notifications, and allowing them to bypass do not disturb mode).

on, the menu will be displayed which includes an area devoted to controlling smart home devices. Media controls will be displayed as part of the quick settings area and no longer as a persistent notification. Users will be able to pin the apps on the share menu.

Android 11 will introduce “one-time” permissions for camera, microphone, and location to the phones.

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Oppo A77 Will Launch in First Week of August: Details,Specifications

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It’s expected that the  Oppo A77 has been rumored that the Indian variant of the smartphone is going to release in India in the first week of August.  The Oppo A77 Indian variant would be in 4G model. It features a redesigned rear camera design. And also it accommodates a larger 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. The other specifications include a 6.56-inch HD+ display, MediaTek Helio G35 Processor, 50MP main camera, and a 2MP depth one. And the Oppo A77 will include an 8-megapixel AI portrait lens on the front.

 

 

 

 

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Amazon Great Freedom Festival Sale 2022 – Dates Announced

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The Great Freedom Festival sale from Amazone promises discounts on most smartphones, laptops, Amazon devices, and other electronics items. This will start from August 6 to August 10 this year as Independence Day special sale. Amazon will collaborate with SBI Card to offer a 10 percent instant discount to its cardholders during the sale. In addition to the discounts, the Independence Day sale will also offer no-cost EMI payment options, exchange offers, and other deals with top mobile phones and items.

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Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, Watch 3, Buds Wireless 2S Earphones Launched in India

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Recently Realme launched three mainstream products in their gadgets line up, Realme Watch 3 smartwatch, Buds Air 3 Neo true wireless earphones, and Buds Wireless 2S neckband-style wireless earphones.

The Realme Watch 3 has a major feature addition in the form of Bluetooth calling functionality, while the Realme Buds Air 3 Neo has support for Dolby Atmos audio. The Realme Buds Wireless 2S will be priced affordably and will promise reliable and stable connectivity thanks to Bluetooth 5.3

Realme Watch 3

Realme Watch 3 has a 1.8-inch TFT-LCD touch screen, with a resolution of 240×286 pixels. Watch 3’s important feature is Bluetooth calling, and it has a built-in microphone and speaker system. With that, once it’s paired, the Realme Watch 3 can function the same as a hands-free speaker device for your smartphone. Realme Watch 3 has a 340mAh battery, and IP68 rated for dust and water resistance and has sensors for heart rate and SpO2 monitoring, and step and sleep tracking, with over 110 fitness modes for workout tracking. The Realme Watch 3 is on sale at Rs. 3,499 in India, but for the time being it will be available at an introductory price of Rs. 2,999. The Realme Watch 3 goes on sale on August 3, on Flipkart, the Realme online store, and select retail stores.

Realme Buds Air 3 Neo, Buds Wireless 2S specifications and features

The new Realme Buds Air 3 Neo came with 10mm dynamic bass drivers and supports Dolby Atmos, AI ENC for noise cancellation for calls, and Bluetooth 5.2 technology. The earbuds support up to 7 hours of music playback on a single charge. Also, the earbuds charging case bring the battery life up to 30 hours, with USB Type-C charging. The Realme Buds Air 3 Neo is priced at Rs. 1,999 in India, while the Buds Wireless 2S is available for Rs. 1,499. For the time being, these products will be available at discounted prices of Rs. 1,699 and Rs. 1,299 respectively. These products go on sale July last week, on Flipkart, the Realme online store, and select retail stores.

 

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