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Week Rewind 20, you will get all the quick rewinds of last week, including hot topics and new innovation. Last week From 15th February 2021 to 21st February 2021, was a wonderful week in terms of few new innovations in gadgets. We had  listed it as follow:

 

1. Samsung to work with Tesla to develop a 5nm chip for self-driving cars
2. Why we need to prefix 0 for fixed-line to mobile calls
3. Samsung Galaxy F62 with 7nm Exynos 9825 SoC, 7,000mAh Battery Launched in India
4. Samsung Galaxy A51 Android 11 with One UI 3 Update in India
5. Samsung Galaxy A12 launched in India: Price, Specifications
6. How to enable Registration Lock in Signal?
7. Qualcomm to launch a second-gen ultrasonic sensor for upcoming phones
8. Asus ROG Phone 5 Global Launch to Take Place on March 10
9. Microsoft's Your Phone app will soon let you change your phone's settings from your PC
10. AOW 7: APPS OF THE WEEK
11. Here’s Your Early Look at Android 12 Design
12. Google Chrome will be optimized and Consume less RAM
13. This will happen if you don't agree with the WhatsApp policy update
14. Download and install Android 12 Developer Preview on Pixel devices
15. Important Android 12 Features that you should know
16. Stacked Widget and new lock screen in Android 12
17. New Copy Paste Feature being implemented in Windows 10
18. How to Get More Google Storage
19. Watch 4K YouTube Videos on Android Smartphones
20. Nubia Red Magic 6 Gaming Phone Will Launch on 4th March in China
21. Spotify launches New Audiobook Section as Test of Non-Music Streaming

 

Last week as a short recap:

1. Samsung to work with Tesla to develop a 5nm chip for self-driving cars

Samsung has been providing 14nm chips for Tesla AMD now has aimed for a 5 nm one. According to Samsung, they know enough about 5nm chips that they can just directly 7nm chips made for cars. If they are successful in doing so, they may the supplier for Tesla's self-driving cars.  Detailed Read Here.

2. Why we need to prefix 0 for fixed-line to mobile calls

Knowing that India has 10-digit mobile numbers, and those starting with "0" and "1" are reserved for unique purposes, a total of approximately 800 crore numbers are possible.  Detailed Read Here

3. Samsung Galaxy F62 with 7nm Exynos 9825 SoC, 7,000mAh Battery Launched in India

It includes an AMOLED screen, a flagship 7nm Exynos chipset, a 64MP quad-camera, and a massive 7,000mAh battery.  Detailed Read Here

4. Samsung Galaxy A51 Android 11 with One UI 3 Update in India

On Samsung's official firmware page i.e Sam mobile, Android 11 firmware for Galaxy A51 has been listed and ready to be downloaded and installed. This update comes with a new build number ending in DUB1 and the February 2021 security patch level included for good measure.  Detailed Read Here

5. Samsung Galaxy A12 launched in India: Price, Specifications

It is also the cheapest Samsung phone in A-series. Key highlights of the Samsung Galaxy A12 include quad rear cameras, 15W fast charging, and up to 128GB of onboard storage.  Detailed Read Here

6. How to enable Registration Lock in Signal?

Your Signal account is tied to your phone number, which means you don’t even need a password to log in. Your Signal account can only be linked to one phone number, so you can only have Signal active on one iPhone or Android smartphone at a time.  Detailed Read Here

7. Qualcomm to launch a second-gen ultrasonic sensor for upcoming phones

The first generation was not so good when compared to the existing traditional optical in-display fingerprint sensors. These 3D Sonic Sensors were comparatively slow, inaccurate and the scan area was also smaller hence partial print.  Detailed Read Here

8. Asus ROG Phone 5 Global Launch to Take Place on March 10

It has reportedly popped up on multiple certification websites. so according to them, the phone is expected to feature a 6.78-inch display and a 6,000mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging. It may run Android 11 out-of-the-box and be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC.  Detailed Read Here 

9. Microsoft's Your Phone app will soon let you change your phone's settings from your PC

Generally, the app allows you to keep your smartphone in your pocket or on your desk. With the added option to control smartphone settings from your PC, it should be even easier to keep your phone out of your hand and to get more done from your PC.   Detailed Read Here

10. AOW 7: APPS OF THE WEEK

Android is the most popular computing platform in the world, due in large part to its powerful open-source nature. So, Gizmeek had decided to list out the Top 5 Indian Android developers apps of the week.   Detailed Read Here

11. Here’s Your Early Look at Android 12 Design

This time around, an early draft of Google’s internal document meant for partners has leaked online, revealing the key design changes and few upcoming features in the operating system.  Detailed Read Here

12. Google Chrome will be optimized and Consume less RAM

The PartitonAlloc-everywhere will improve startup time, faster browsing, and improved RAM management for Google Chrome. This feature is currently available to beta users on Android and Windows. Google is also planning it for Linux users but currently, they are facing some issues.  Detailed Read Here

13. This will happen if you don't agree with the WhatsApp policy update

The new deadline is May 15 as of now. The company tried a lot in making people understand what they actually mean by updating their policy terms. WhatsApp said its planned privacy update had created confusion among some of its users.  Detailed Read Here

14. Download and install Android 12 Developer Preview on Pixel devices

Older Pixel devices such as Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL, Pixel, and Pixel XL are not supported by this developer release. Original pixel won't be receiving any further major os upgrade but the Pixel 2 series might have some chances.  Detailed Read Here

15. Important Android 12 Features that you should know

First thing first, what would Google going to call Android 12? For this, Google has abandoned naming its Android version on deserts From the Android 10 update. The last Android with a desert name was Android Pie or Android 9.  Detailed Read Here

16. Stacked Widget and new lock screen in Android 12

Then Google officially made its Android 12 developer preview available and let developers explore the new UI and features of Android 12. In the past few days, there were so many tweaks and features that Android 12 will offer, which also involves UI changes.  Detailed Read Here

17. New Copy Paste Feature being implemented in Windows 10

As you will be aware that invoking WIN+V will bring up the clipboard window, that stores the history of your CTRL+V event. Windows is working on this clipboard to enhance it so that it can be used to work with Emoji Gifs etc. Currently, it works for Plain text only.  Detailed Read Here

18. How to Get More Google Storage

So, here are the ways by which you can increase Google Storage to make room for more files and photos. The main rule for making room is getting rid of the clutter due to free storage.  Detailed Read Here

 19. Watch 4K YouTube Videos on Android Smartphones

If any YouTube video is uploaded in 2160p (4K), earlier Android's YouTube App show only 1444P max resolution, but from now they can go up to 2160P on their YouTube App. To change the resolution, open a video and touch the three-dot menu on the top right corner. If your device has a 2K or 4K screen you can increase the resolution.  Detailed Read Here

20. Nubia Red Magic 6 Gaming Phone Will Launch on 4th March in China

The Asus ROG Phone 5, officially unveiling on 10th March, was expected to be the first gaming smartphone launch of 2021. But, the rate race to be the first sees Nubia rain of Asus’ parade and schedule 6the launch of its next gaming smartphone, the Red Magic 6, prior to their event.  Detailed Read Here

21. Spotify launches New Audiobook Section as Test of Non-Music Streaming

As Spotify is likely to expand to the non-music streaming side, Apple is reportedly aiming to do the same. Notably, Audible has also started offering podcasts to rival Spotify.  Detailed Read Here

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