Here are the top 5 trending tech news of 17th March #11.
- Antutu Bans Realme GT for 3 months, alleges over-boost benchmark score.
- Vivo Iqoo Neo 5 launched in China, will be running on Snapdragon 870 SoC processor.
- ZTE Axon 30 Pro will have three 64MP cameras, announced officially by ZTE.
- Moto G100 will be going to launch on 25th March, announced by Motorola.
- Realme to launch its C25 on March 23 in Indonesia, key specifications revealed.
1. Realme GT is banned from Antutu Platform for 3 Months.
Realme GT a flagship smartphone from Realme has been banned by one of the well-known benchmark score platforms Antutu. Antutu by releasing its official statement alleges Realme of attaining the high-score by false methods. Realme Antutu score in V8 was around 750,000 points which is one of the topmost scores obtained on smartphones power by Snapdragon 888.
The manipulation of Realme scores come into the light when Antutu conducted its own analysis on the smartphone and found it to be an overrated score. However, Realme GT is being banned for three months and will be restored after that if they will take constructive steps in providing the exact score to the users.
2. IQOO Neo 5 Powered by Snapdragon 870 SoC processor, launched in China.
Vivo Iqoo Neo 5 has officially launched in China yesterday. The mid-range device is packed with some of the most powerful specs and is priced around Yuan 2,499 (around INR 28k). The Iqoo Neo 5 comes with a triple rear-camera setup and 48MP Sony IMX598 acting as the primary camera. It will be available in a color variant of Sky Blue, Orange, and Black.
Talking about the display of the smartphone is comes with 6.62-inch of FHD+ AMOLED screen panel alongside with 120Hz refresh rate. The phone is available in two RAM variants of 8GB or 12GB with the primary storage option of 256GB. The 4,400mAh battery powers the phone and comes with 65W fast-charger. The powerful Snapdragon 870 SoC processor of the phone comes with latest Android 11 support out of the box.
3. ZTE Axon 30 Pro will have three 64MP Cameras, ZTE announces officially.
ZTE was in the news last year as it was the first-ever company to launch an under-display selfie camera and now it seems that the company will be the first to have three 64MP camera sensors in their phone. ZTE has officially announced that Axon 30 Pro will be inbuilt with three 64MP Samsung S5KGND rear-camera.
The ZTE Axon 30 Pro is said to have a 64MP primary camera, 64MP ultrawide angle camera, and 64MP macro camera sensor. Whereas in the performance area it will be powered by Snapdragon 888 a 5G processor. The phone will have an AMOLED display and come 55W fast-charging support.
4. Motorola has officially announced that it’s Moto G100 will be launching on March 25.
Motorola G100 looks most similar to the previously launched Moto Edge S in China. Both the smartphones share almost the same specifications but this time Moto G100 has got a dedicated Google Assistant button. The phone will be launched globally and as per the leaks, it will be available in two color variants of Blue and white.
Moto G100 will come with a 6.7-inch of IPS LCD display that supports Full HD resolution with a 90Hz of refresh rate. The front display will have two cameras dedicated to punch-hole shape design. The phone will run on the Snapdragon 870 SoC processor which will support a 5G network. Along with that users will also get the latest Bluetooth and wi-fi connectivity for more stabilized connections.
5. Realme C25 will be Launching on March 23 in Indonesia, Key Specs tipped.
Realme C25 has been officially listed on the Indonesian e-commerce site and will be launching on the 23rd of March. As per the listing, the phone will be available in two color variants of water grey and water blue and will come in a single storage option of 4GB+64GB. The phone will run on a MediaTek Helio G70 processor.
If we take a glimpse at the camera, the phone will have 48MP of triple rear-camera setup. It will have a 6000mAh huge battery with 18W fast-charging support. The phone will have the latest Android 11 support along with Realme UI 2.0.