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Weekly Update: MI Notebook, Xiaomi's Redmi Pro and BlackBerry DTEK50 Launched

Weekly Update
Weekly Update: MI Notebook, Xiaomi's Redmi Pro and BlackBerry DTEK50 Launched
Hi Everyone.

Another week has just passed away and seen many new and refreshed devices launch from the Mobile Industry and tech Industry. Attention of the week was taken by Xiaomi and BackBerry, both the company coming up with the device and Xiaomi launching the classically design windows 10 laptop, named “Xiaomi Mi Notebook.”

So let’s Start the list of the top news from this week.

Xiaomi Launched Mi Notebook

After all the leaks and speculation, Xiaomi has finally launched its Notebook in the market with amazing hardware. MI Notebook Air, an aluminium shell power packed Windows 10 notebook that is thinner than the MacBook Air and will cost considerably less too.

“Unveiled at a press event in Beijing alongside the dual-camera wielding Redmi Pro phone, the 13.3-inch Mi Notebook Air was designed to fill a niche”, Xiaomi's CEO Lei Jun said. Similar ultraportable, such as the Razer Blade Stealth, lack discrete graphics and rely on Intel's integrated graphics to do the legwork, which means their gaming capabilities are limited. Xiaomi says you can play games like Dota 2 at 85 frames-per-second at full-HD resolution on its Notebook Air.

Xiaomi Launched Redmi Pro

After Huawei's P9, and also in 2014's HTC One M8, Xiaomi said yes to the dual camera feature for their Smartphone.

What's interesting here is that the lenses aren't same. You have a 13-megapixel Sony sensor and a 5-megapixel Samsung sensor. The Redmi Pro combines image data from both cameras to let users adjust the depth of field they get, so they have a chance to play around with the amount of blur. The effect works best when shooting portraits and close-ups, setups where you want the focus on what's in front of you.

BlackBerry DTEK50, Most Secured Android Phone coming to Market

 If you are blackberry fan boy then today we have some good news for you, after the company announced its next Android smartphone.

The BlackBerry Neon smartphone, one of the three rumored new Android-powered devices, will feature a full-length 5.2in touchscreen with 1920x1080px display.

The company is calling the Neon, officially called the DTEK50, the "world's most secure smartphone", thanks to boosted security protection from BlackBerry, combined with Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.

Read more about the BlackBerry DTEK 50.

Google launched official Page of Tips and Tricks for Android Users

If you are android user then we have some good news for you, Google has launched a website (Section of Android.Com) for all its Android lovers, where you can get all the tips and tricks about the Android operating System.

Google launched a new section in its Android.com website, Tips and Tricks. As the name suggests, the section is filled with all sorts of instructions and tools to make it easier for users to migrate from iOS to Android and to help long-time Android users find new things that they can do with their handsets.

Read More about the official Page of the Tips and Tricks for Android Users.

These are some of the trending news from the past week, do share your views about the this week launches in the comment section below.

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