With a green interface, WhatsApp dark mode has taken the internet by storm post the arrival.
In recent weeks, the tech world has experienced a great share of technological developments. With WhatsApp dark mode leading the pack of the headlines, the launch of Samsung’s reasonable Galaxy lite has been turning a lot of heads in the smartphone market. Except for Samsung, major players like Xiaomi and Nokia also gained a fair share of media coverage with their crucial administrative decisions. Both the smartphone giants have decided to cut shave prices off their mobile phone brands such as Mi A3. Redmi Go, Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2.
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There has been a great amount of anticipation and excitement in the users about the dark-themed WhatsApp. The popular text and file sharing app launches its dark theme version this week. Except for being a classy and stylish addition to the app’s interface, this new feature will also help in saving up a lot of battery life for its users. The dark version is still in the testing phase, so one has to download the Google Beta testing program to use this feature.
It’s easy, it’s helpful and it’s dark, the dark theme feature can be accessed by going to the setting of your WhatsApp messenger, then changing the display setting from light to dark under the chat options.
However, there is still time for the feature to be available across iOS and all other operating system platforms.
Samsung Galaxy A51 and A71 details leaked on the internet, the new phones from the smartphone giants are said to be for the reasonable Samsung’s latest entry in the reasonably priced premium mobile phone segments. Both the phones are anticipated to be somewhere around the 25,000 rupees mark. Fans are generally excited to get their hands on the latest devices from their favorite mobile phone brand. The phone will work on UI 2.0 and will include high-grade UI display technology with a robust rear camera setup.
Both Mi A3 and Redmi K 30 were launched with the price segment of around 13-15000, but now the Chinese mobile phone giant has decided to shave off 1000 bucks a piece from both these devices. The company has been offering discounts on both these devices for a long time now, and now they have decided to officially reduce the selling rate of both smartphones. This comes as a great news for the Indian middle-class consumer that has been the most prominent buyer of the Xiaomi devices for the past few years. The enterprise has been able to attain a stronghold among the average Indian consumer by providing them with updated technology conflated with pocket-friendly prices.
This Finnish superpower has decided to follow the footsteps of their Chinese competitor by cutting down the prices of two of their newest addition to the Indian market i.e. the Nokia 7.2 and the Nokia 6.2. The phones were launched with the assurance of brand Nokia, which once ruled the Indian mobile phone market. To provide a holistic experience matched with a reasonable budget, Nokia has decided to shave off 1000 bucks on both of their devices.