This week top tech news: BlackBerry Aurora,PS4 4.50, Samsung Pay, Android Nougat stats
This week top tech news
This week very excited for the tech lovers. In this week a lot of news coming to the global market like Android Nougat Stats, Samsung pay in India, BlackBerry budget smartphone, PS4 system software 4.50 and many more.
Top trending news
- PS4 System software official 4.50
PlayStation major System Software update for PS4 came with version 4.50 (code name Sasuke). This update rolls out for all PS4 users. Sony already share their new key feature of update before like external HDD support, Custom wallpaper, HDR improvement, 3D blu-ray support and many more.
- BlackBerry Aurora
After BlackBerry KEYone at MWC 2017 BlackBerry also launched its budget smartphone BlackBerry Aurora. This time Blackberry work with Indonesian manufacturer BB Merah Putih and officially announced the BlackBerry Aurora. This device came with a 5.5-inch IPS LCD with resolution 720 x 1280 pixels display. The Smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 with quad-core clocked in at 1.4 GHz. This Smartphone came with 4 GB of RAM, along with 32GB internal storage . This phone powered by a 3,000 mAh battery on the device. BlackBerry Aurora came Android Nougat 7.0 and BlackBerry DTEK security suite out of the box.
- Samsung Pay in India
As you know Samsung has been working hard on Samsung Pay and continue expanding their support around the globe, Samsung launched Samsung Pay in India. This announcement came after the launch of Samsung new A5 and A7 device in India. Samsung Pay is first arrived in India neither Apple pay nor Android Pay arrived yet. So this might be big advantage for Samsung to attract more user to them and play important part in cash less transaction in India. Due demonetization in India government want more Indian people go cash less and use more electronic transaction to transfer money and pay their bills.
- Android Nougat Stats
Android 7.0 continues its growth it rising 1.5 % to 2.4% as compare to last month. Till March Android Nougat devices percentage is became 2.4% due to many smartphones announced at MWC launching with Android Nougat out of the box. Also many older devices continuing to receive the latest Android update.
- iphone 8 leaks
Rumors suggest Apple redesign iphone display with bezel-less display where finger print sensor is inside the display means no more Home button. iphone 8 will be a single glass sheet with improved force touch screen with built in finger print sensor and camera sensor.
New iphone 8 screen featured 5.8-inch OLED display like Samsung Galaxy S7 and curved from both sides. The iphone 8 came with improved IP68 water and dust resistance rating.