Weekly Roundup: Android Wear 2.8, ZTE 5G Phone, Nokia’s promise and more

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Week 3 of 2017 was very spectacular as it was the first week after the major CES 2018 event. So it was a game-changing week for the entire tech world. Many unexpected things happened during this week. This week’s most popular news is about the upcoming new Nokia smartphone by the HMD Global. The company CPO has teased that they are preparing something great for the MWC 2018. So this week can also be considered as the preparation time for the MWC 2018.

Here are the top news stories of this week:

ZTE Announces the First 5G Smartphone: Revealing on Early 2019

The 5G network evolution will be implemented once the requisite chipsets and services are ‘online.’ After all, ZTE announced to reveal their first 5G smartphone in late 2018 or early 2019. The announcement is officially from Mr. Lixin Cheng, CEO of ZTE US. He also indicated that the availability of network services and requisite chipsets would cause the 5G networking to be implemented effectively. Read more.

HMD Global’s Chief Product Officer is promising something great for MWC 2018. 

Mr. Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global, has blasted a small bomb in his Twitter page. The guy said that the company is all set to introduce something great at MWC 2018. He teases that this year’s MWC will be really awesome for the company. His tweet might be hinting at some upcoming Nokia devices or any new technological branch by the HMD Global. However, we have no idea about that as of now. Read more.

New system-wide dark theme comes to Android wear devices in version 2.8 update

As reported by some Huawei Watch users, the Android Wear 2.8 update is now rolling out to the devices globally. The new update is live now with a special system-wide dark theme. Read more.

Android Pay gets the support for 80 new banks

Android Pay has been witnessing a tremendous growth since 2017. The number of users of the Android Pay is always increasing exponentially. So the company is very much committed to the Android Pay platform. As part of that, they recently introduced some new features and new banks. Now, Google has released yet another version of the Android Pay with the support for 80 new banks and credit unions in the United States. Read more.

So, that’s all about the week 3. As you know, there are fewer news stories as compared to the previous weeks. However, most of the news headlines were very important and striking. We hope the next week will become some more interesting. Meanwhile, do let us know your opinions and thoughts about the week 03 in the tech world.

Thank You,

Team AH.

 

2 Comments
  1. Karola Meni says

    Awesome team

  2. Narender says

    I have great hope in the Nokia. Hope HMD will do magic in the market.

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