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This Week In Tech (October 29-November 3): All that happened

It was another power-packed week for the world of technology with the much awaited OnePlus 6T finally getting unveiled. But that’s not all. The week also saw the refreshed lineup of iPad Pros, MacBook Air and Mac mini and Google Pixel 3 went on sale for the first time in about 50 countries including India. Read our entire list to know about all the exciting happenings from the world of technology:

OnePlus 6T finally got launched

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OnePlus finally took wraps off its latest flagship smartphone, OnePlus 6T. The smartphone’s global launch was held on October 29 in New York City, and it was launched in India a day later on 30th October. The newly launched OnePlus 6T has gone on sale in India and can be be bought from the company’s official website, Amazon India, Croma Outlets, OnePlus pop-up stores and Reliance Digital Stores. The price of the smartphone starts at Rs 37,999 in India.

Apple refreshed its iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini lineup

Apple has refreshed its lineup of iPad Pros, Mac mini and MacBook Air. The new iPads by Apple are available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch screen variants, sport thinner bezels, come with Face ID and are powered by A12X Bionic chipset. They are compatible with the upgraded Apple Pencil. The price of the new iPad Pros starts at $800. Speaing of the MacBook Air, it features 13.3-ich Retina display, comes with Touch ID, has support for Siri and is powered by the 8th generation dual-core Intel Core i5. The price of the new MacBook Air starts at $1,199. Coming to the Mac Mini, Apple upgraded it after 4 long years and its graphic configurations are supposed to be 60% more powerful than its predecessor. The price of the new Mac mini starts at $799.

Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL went on sale in India

Google’s latest smartphone lineup is now up for grabs in India. If you are an interested buyers, you can head to Flipkart, Reliance Digital, Airtel Stores, Croma and other select offline stores to get the smartphones. Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL come in 64GB and 128GB storage models and are available in Clearly White, Just Black and Not Pink colour options. While Google Pixel 3’s price starts at Rs 71,000, the base model of Pixel 3 XL costs Rs 83,000.

Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) got listed on Samsung’s India website

At Samsung Galaxy A9‘s launch in Kuala Lampur last month, the company had annnounced that the smartphone will be launched globally in November. And this week, the smartphone got listed on the company’s India website. But then, there are no details about the price or availabilty of Samsung Galaxy A9. The smartphone is the first ever to come with four rear cameras and its other key specifications include Android Oreo, a 3,800mAh battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.

Lenovo Z5 Pro with a camera slider got launched in China

Smartphone manufacturer Lenevo launched its notch-less Z5 Pro smartphone in China this week. The Lenovo Z5 Pro smartphone comes with a screen to body ratio of 95.06%, has a camera slider and sports an in-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone comes with four cameras in total out of which two are on the back panel are two are housed in the camera slider. It has a 3,350mAh battery and as of now, there is no word on Lenovo Z5 Pro’s India pricing or availability.

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