The release of the GTA 6 teaser, the China debut of the OnePlus 12, and more
The first GTA 6 trailer has been released by Rockstar Games. The upcoming game is scheduled to release in 2025 and takes place in the well-known, Miami-inspired fictional city of Vice City. The OnePlus 12—the company’s most recent flagship phone—was also introduced in China.
Launching the first GTA 6 trailer, Rockstar
Today, Rockstar Games unveiled the first GTA 6 trailer, providing us with a preview of the game’s visuals. The highly anticipated game is the first in the series to feature a female protagonist and is set in Vice City, a made-up city that was inspired by Miami. The trailer is shown below.
China saw the release of the OnePlus 12
In China, OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 12, their newest flagship phone. The smartphone has a 2K AMOLED screen, up to 24GB of RAM, and 1TB of internal storage. It is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. The company increased the battery capacity to 5,400mAh and reinstated wireless charging.
Ambrane introduces the Rs 1,499 MiniVac 01 portabl vacuum cleaner
The manufacturer of power banks and smartphone accessories, Ambrane, has introduced the “MiniVac 01,” a new portable vacuum cleaner. It weighs only 142 grams, has a 3,200 RPM motor, and 4,000 PA suction. For Rs 1,499, you can get this ABS device with USB Type-C charging from Flipkart.
Noise introduces the robust smartwatch with SoS feature, NoiseFit Endeavour
Noise expanded its selection of rugged smartwatches with a new model. It’s called the ‘NoiseFit Endeavour’ and features an IP68-rated 1.46-inch AMOLED screen with a peak brightness of 600 nits. intended for those who enjoy the outdoors. With its 7-day battery life and SOS function, the watch lets users share their current location in real time. The cost of it is Rs 2,999.
You cannot check your phone’s notifications in Meta Quest
A feature that allowed users to pull notifications from their smartphones while wearing the VR headset was removed in the Meta Quest V60 update. Users who updated to the most recent version of Meta will now need to take out their headset in order to see what’s happening on their phone, though it is still unclear why Meta removed such a helpful feature