Weekly Roundup : Moto Z2 Play, LG Pay and more

This week was not so busy with many products but was a little squishy as well. You might have missed many important updates last week because everyone is always busy out there with their own businesses. In case you did, here we recollect few of the major things happened back in this week, from the editor’s desk as a weekly Roundup.

Mi Note 3 render leaked

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A leaked render for Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship smartphone Mi Note 3 had shown up on the internet last week, showed us the dual-camera setup on the rear portion. It was also noted that the smartphone could possibly pack a set of high tier specs including Snapdragon 835 and 6GB RAM.

Moto Z2 Play launched

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Chinese giant Lenovo had launched their premium mid-ranger smartphone under Moto division, the Moto Z2 Play. The smartphone features a 5.5 inch fHD display, powered by Snapdragon 626 and 3/4GB RAM. The smartphone runs impressively 30 hours with it’s 3000mAh battery and has a water repellent coating.

Google Announced a new Ad-Blocking feature in Chrome

Search Engine giant Google has announced that they have a plan to add ad blocker feature to the Chrome browsers as an inbuilt feature by early 2018. This movement is so crucial as the Google itself runs an own Ad publishing service (AdSense) and prior to block them too on non-qualified sites.

OnePlus 5 leak confirms dual camera and 3300 mAh battery

A set of leaks from China confirmed that the OnePlus will pack a 3300 mAh sized battery inside. Also, the smartphone will have a dual camera setup on the rear with 2x optical zooming, like iPhone 7 Plus.

Archive option coming to Google Photos

As they have announced back in I/O 2017, Google has officially started rolling out the testing version of Google Photos with Archiving feature. The app suggests user archive several photos by using it’s machine learning technique, through Cards.

Now, you might have gotten almost a clear idea about tho whole past week in Android and Tech world.

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