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Discord Is Pausing Its Crypto Plans After Strong Resistance From Users


Discord has withdrawn plans to integrate Ethereum-based wallets for non-fungible tokens (NFT), after a significant number of its users ignited a severe backlash on social media. The reaction began on November 9 after Discord founder and CEO Jason Citron tweeted “likely nothing” with a screenshot of the app’s user settings page showing the “ETH” icon and the option to connect Ethereum-based digital wallets like MetaMask and Wallet Connect.

Citron was then slammed by thousands of comments calling for Discord to abandon the plan. Some users even threatened to opt out of Nitro — a paid membership, which comes with global access to custom emojis from all the servers you are a part of, Nitro stickers, a custom Discord number tag, animated avatars, server enhancements, etc. Crypto skeptics claim that NFT is a ponzi scheme and is damaging to the environment due to the energy consumption used to mine the cryptocurrency.

“Even if we put the environemental impact aside, this whole thing is a big nonsensical scam and money laundering scheme,” tweeted one Discord user. A thread on the official Discord subreddit titled “Discord developers: Please do not support NFTs” also received hundreds of replies, many of them talking about inherent problems with NFTs.

Citron was quick to insist that no one has anything to worry about. “Thanks for all the perspectives everyone,” he wrote late Wednesday. “We have no current plans to ship this internal concept. For now we’re focused on protecting users from spam, scams and fraud. Web3 has lots of good but also lots of problems we need to work through at our scale. More soon.”

The “more soon” aspect of Citron’s tweet also drew some flak as some users see it as running the issue under a carpet until strong sentiments died down a little. The list of respondents to Citron’s tweet included a quote tweet from the founder of popular decentralised finance (DeFi) protocol Uniswap, Hayden Adams.

Adams claims that some of the backlash received by Citron as “pretty surreal” and an indication of how nascent a stage [Web3] is at the moment. He goes on to mention that although the environmental concerns raised by people will iron out over the next year, its the “misunderstanding and fear” surrounding NFTs that is bound to linger on for a longer space of time.

While Discord may be backing out for now, it probably won’t be too long before the platform’s userbase does a U-turn as NFTs and blockchain games skyrocket in popularity. What is unknown at this point is how long it will take users to reach that tipping point.

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OnePlus 10 May Look Identical to Oppo Reno 7 Pro From Front, Live Image Leaked


OnePlus 10 is tipped to look identical to the Oppo Reno 7 Pro from the front. Although the Reno 7 Pro is yet to be launched, the phone was leaked a few times in the past. The Reno 7 Pro is rumoured to come alongside the Reno 7 and Reno 7 SE. However, the OnePlus 10 is speculated to launch along with the OnePlus 10 Pro. Some alleged renders suggested the design of the OnePlus 10 Pro earlier this week.

Tipster Debayan Roy has posted a purported live image of the Oppo Reno 7 Pro on Twitter, originally shared by a tipster on Weibo, claiming that it is identical to the OnePlus 10. This suggests that the new OnePlus phone may come with a hole-punch display design and thin bezels — the features that are speculated to be a part of the Reno 7 Pro.


The Oppo Reno 7 Pro is rumoured to have a 6.5-inch full-HD OLED display, along with a 120Hz refresh rate. The phone is also suggested to have a 32-megapixel selfie camera sensor at the front.

It is unclear whether the back of the OnePlus 10 will also look similar to that of the Reno 7 Pro. But nonetheless, it is likely that the OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10 Pro will share the same aesthetics and design — considering the historical records of OnePlus flagships.

The design of the OnePlus 10 Pro was suggested through renders that appeared online. The phone seems to have a square-shaped rear camera setup. It is also said to have a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

OnePlus has not yet confirmed any details about the two models. It is, therefore, consider the rumour with a pinch of salt.

For some time, OnePlus and Oppo have been working together under parent BBK Electronics. Both companies, however, started making public announcements about their collaborative work just earlier this year.

In September, OnePlus and Oppo announced their unified operating system release for 2022 that will essentially combine the key features of OxygenOS and ColorOS. We may see more details on that combination and other similar moves in the coming future.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for Gadgets 360, out of New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360, and has frequently written about apps, computer security, Internet services, and telecom developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @JagmeetS13 or Email at Please send in your leads and tips.

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Xiaomi Leads as Indian Smartphone Shipments Decline in Q3: IDC


Indian smartphone market registered a year-over-year (YoY) decline of 12 percent in the third quarter of 2021 (3Q21) that ended on September 30, as per a report by International Data Corporation (IDC). During this quarter, 48 million smartphone units were shipped. This is significant as the Indian smartphone market had registered growth in the last four consecutive quarters. The report also says that although Xiaomi registered a decline in shipments, it captured the maximum market share. India was the third-largest 5G smartphone market globally with 7 percent of worldwide 5G shipments.

The International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker attributes the decline in shipments in the 3Q21 to component shortages “as well as an unusually high 3Q20 comparison base”. Compared to 3Q20, 3Q21 shipments declined 12 percent YoY from 54.2 million units to 48 million units. But in a quarter-over-quarter comparison, shipments in the Indian market are up by 47 percent from 34 million units in Q2 to 48 million units in Q3 of this year.

As per IDC, Xiaomi continued to lead but its shipments declined by 17 percent YoY. The company’s sub-brand Poco, however, witnessed a high 65 percent YoY growth in shipments. Samsung remained in the second spot with a 33 percent YoY decline in the quarter. Vivo was at the third position with a shipment decline of 13 percent (YoY), Realme captured the fourth slot with a YoY decline of 5 percent and Oppo witnessed a decline of 16 percent YoY to take the fifth spot in terms of smartphone shipments in 3Q21.

As per the report, key market trends for 3Q21 included a record-high share clocked by online channels (52 percent) with a 5 percent YoY shipment volume decline. Offline channels registered an 18 percent YoY shipment decline.

IDC report says that India was the third-largest 5G smartphone market globally with 7 percent of worldwide 5G shipments (10 million units) in the quarter. From January to September 2021, 17 million 5G smartphones were shipped to India. The country clocked 10 million units shipped at an average selling price of $401 (roughly Rs. 29,800) in the quarter.

IDC says that India’s smartphone market is poised to exit 2021 with a low single-digit annual growth. “The first nine months of the year (Jan-Sep’21) already shipped 120 million units, with 1H21 clocking 42 percent YoY growth. Due to supply challenges, 4Q21 is expected to see a decline, resulting in annual shipments below 160 million in 2021. The first half of 2022 will remain challenging, with some easing out expected in the latter half of 2022,” said Navkendar Singh, Research Director, Client Devices & IPDS, IDC India.


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Samsung Galaxy A13 5G Spotted in US FCC Listing, Tips Charging Specifications


Samsung Galaxy A13 5G’s launch seems imminent as the upcoming smartphone has been spotted with a US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) listing. It mentions the charging specifications that the Galaxy smartphone could get. Earlier this week, a report suggested the four colour options that Samsung will offer on the Galaxy A13 5G smartphone. Other reports have hinted at the pricing, battery capacity, and the camera specifications of the Samsung smartphone. Reports have also suggested the alleged design of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G smartphone.

The US FCC listing for Samsung Galaxy A13 5G was shared by MySmartPrice. As per the listing, the Samsung smartphone will get 15W fast charging support and has SM-A136U as its model designation. The listing also mentions that the back panel of the smartphone cannot be removed. Apart from this, the listing doesn’t reveal any information about the upcoming budget-oriented smartphone.

Earlier this week, it was reported that the Galaxy A13 5G will be offered in Black, Blue, Orange, and White colour options. The report further mentions that the smartphone will be offered with 4G and 5G connectivity with the model numbers SM-A135F and SM-A136B, respectively.

The rumour mill for Samsung Galaxy A13 5G has been active for a while now. One of the reports suggests that the budget-oriented smartphone will come with a quad rear camera setup with a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 5-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. Up front, the Galaxy A13 5G is tipped to feature an 8-megapixel selfie shooter.

Samsung Galaxy A13 5G has been tipped to feature a MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC under the hood. It is said to sport a 6.48-inch full-HD+ LCD display and feature three RAM and storage configurations —  4GB RAM + 64GB storage, 6GB RAM + 128GB storage, and 8GB RAM + 128GB storage. Reports have tipped a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 5,000mAh battery for the budget Galaxy smartphone. The report also mentions that the Galaxy A13 5G could be priced around $249 (roughly Rs. 18,500).

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Vivo Y76 5G Spotted on Multiple Certification Websites, Launch Expected Soon


Vivo Y76 5G is in the works and may launch soon, if recent leaks are any indication. The new Y-series smartphone has allegedly been spotted on multiple websites including Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC). Vivo Y76 5G is also said to have appeared on NBTC, SIRIM, and IMDA websites pretty much confirming its existence. Additionally, the live images of the Vivo handset have surfaced online that show resemblance to the Vivo Y76s that was launched earlier this week in China. The Vivo Y76 5G is speculated to come as a global variant of Vivo Y76s.

Tipster Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) has posted live images of Vivo Y76 5G saying that the phone surfaced on the NCC website. The handset is apparently listed on the NCC website with the model number V2124. Vivo Y76 5G smartphone is said to also have been spotted in multiple certification listings including NBTC, SIRIM, and IMDA. The handset is expected to support 5G and NFC. The listing doesn’t reveal any features of the device but leaked images suggest a design more or less identical to Vivo Y76s, the latest model in the company’s Y-series. Based on this, it’s safe to speculate that the Chinese smartphone maker is likely to introduce Vivo Y76s as Vivo Y76 5G in the global market.

The pictures shared by the tipster indicate a flat display, dual cameras, and 44W fast charging support — same as Vivo Y76s. Other details of Vivo Y76 5G are also speculated to mirror the Vivo Y76s.

To recall, Vivo Y76s runs on Android 11 with OriginOS 1.0 and features a 6.58-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,408 pixels) display with a 20:9 aspect ratio and 90.61 percent screen-to-body ratio. The handset is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC paired with 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM.

For optics, Vivo Y76s features a dual rear camera setup that houses a 50-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel macro shooter. For selfies, Vivo Y76s features an 8-megapixel front camera. Vivo Y76s has up to 256GB of UFS 2.2 onboard storage that is expandable via a microSD card (up to 1TB). The handset has a 4,100mAh battery that supports 44W Flash Charge fast charging.

Vivo Y76s price has been set at CNY 1,799 (roughly Rs. 20,800) for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant in the Chinese market.

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Does Red Notice Have More Than the Charm of Deadpool, The Rock, and Wonder Woman?


Red Notice — released Friday on Netflix — brings together three of Hollywood’s biggest stars: Dwayne Johnson as an FBI agent John Hartley, Ryan Reynolds as art thief Nolan Booth and Gal Gadot as up-and-coming criminal The Bishop. Originally planned for the theatres by Universal Pictures, Netflix acquired Red Notice in 2019. It then committed to $20 million (about Rs. 150 crores) salaries apiece, as part of a $200 million (about Rs. 1,490 crores) production budget. What could go wrong with such a dream package? Turns out everything.

Host Akhil Arora speaks with Deputy Reviews Editor Roydon Cerejo on this week’s episode of Gadgets 360 podcast Orbital to discuss all things Red Notice.

Spoiler alert: If you are planning to watch Red Notice but have not yet watched it, you should not listen to our discussion right away and watch the movie first.

We begin our discussion by talking about the plot. The Red Notice trailer gave us an idea of what the film would be like. The 117-minute movie might have more to show, but it’s nothing unexpected. Dwayne Johnson spends a lot of time with Ryan Reynolds who is basically playing Deadpool, but without the costume and in a family-friendly PG-13 manner. In contrast, Gal Gadot is entirely unlike Wonder Woman, and seems to be having the most fun.

The family-friendliness is also visible elsewhere. Even though Red Notice is an action-packed movie, you never see anyone die

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We also delve into how Red Notice plays into Johnson’s career — especially since he’s become a producer. Red Notice is the third collaboration between Johnson and director Rawson Marshall Thurber, after earlier action-comedy Central Intelligence in 2016 and action thriller Skyscraper in 2018.

Along the way, we touch upon how Red Notice is part of Netflix’s ever-growing content factory — with the aim to cast the widest and biggest net possible. That, in a nutshell, explains the appeal of an action comedy movie with three of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

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Jio, MediaTek Launch ‘Gaming Masters 2.0’ BGMI Tournament: All Details Here


Jio and MediaTek have launched ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′, the second edition of their e-sports tournament that will feature the Indian version of the PUBG Mobile, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). The game is published by South Korean company Krafton, and developed by PUBG Studios. The e-sports tournament will have a prize pool of Rs. 12.5 lakhs, and those who are interested in participating can register now. The debut season featured Garena Free Fire and as per the communication sent to us, it attracted over 14,000 team registrations.

How to register for ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′

Registrations for the ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′ have begun and interested people can register on Both Jio and non-Jio users are eligible to participate, and there is no participation fee.

As per the details available on the official platform, the ‘Gaming Masters 2.0′ tournament will be a three-month long event. It will kick off on November 23 and conclude on January 10. Qualifier 1 will start from November 23 and will go on till November 27. Similarly, Qualifier 2 will be held from November 30 to December 4, Qualifier 3 starts from December 7 till December 11, and Qualifier 4 will be held from December 14 till December 18. Post qualifiers, the ‘road to finale’ will begin on December 21.

For those who wish to watch the tournament, Jio will also stream matches on JioGames Watch, JioTV HD Esports Channel, Facebook, and JioGames YouTube Channel.

Recently, BGMI developer Krafton announced that the players in India will be able to qualify for the e-sports medal events in the Asian Games 2022 that are scheduled to take place from September 10 to September 25 in Hangzhou, China. The event will also see players compete in other games such as League of Legends, Arena of Valor, EA Sports FIFA, DOTA 2, Hearthstone, Street Fighter V, and Dream Three Kingdoms 2.

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Sourabh Kulesh is a Chief Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. He has worked in a national daily newspaper, a news agency, a magazine and now writing technology news online. He has knowledge on a wide gamut of topics related to cybersecurity, enterprise and consumer technology. Write to or get in touch on Twitter through his handle @KuleshSourabh.

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Realme Dizo Wireless Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Review


Competitive pricing is often the key to success in the Indian consumer electronics space, and Realme has often got this right, especially for its accessories and audio products. The company has now gone a step further, making prices even more attractive through its Realme TechLife ecosystem spinoff, Dizo. This new company has quickly launched a bunch of affordable audio and wearable products in India, including the Dizo Wireless neckband earphones that I have on review here.

Priced at Rs. 1,099 in India, the Dizo Wireless is similar to the recently launched Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo, but is priced a bit lower. This is a simple wireless headset with few features beyond the basics of Bluetooth connectivity, but promises good sound at a low price. Is this the best affordable wireless headset you can buy right now? Find out in this review.

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The Dizo Wireless has a magnetic power control; the headset is switched on when the earpieces are separated


Dizo Wireless works with the Realme Link app

Dizo is a part of the Realme TechLife ecosystem, and seems to borrow a lot from its parent company when it comes to design, components, and features. The Dizo Wireless looks very similar to the Realme Buds Wireless 2 and is indeed practically identical to the Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo when it comes to specifications and features.

The headset has a flexible rubber neckband, two modules at either end, and short cables leading to the earpieces. A magnetic power switch lets you turn the Dizo Wireless on and off when you separate the earpieces or snap them together, respectively. The controls for volume and playback and the USB Type-C port for charging are on the right module, while the left one has a simple Dizo logo printed on the outer side. Although the magnetic power switch sounds convenient, the earpieces are prone to separating accidentally when this headset is stored in a bag or purse, which will turn it on and waste power.

Like most neckband earphones, the Dizo Wireless has an in-canal fit, ensuring proper noise isolation. I found it comfortable to wear, although the short cables did occasionally brush against my face while moving around, which was a bit annoying. There are two additional pairs of silicone ear tips of different sizes included in the box, for a customisable fit. You also get a short USB Type-A to Type-C charging cable.

The Dizo Wireless has 11.2mm dynamic drivers, a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz, Bluetooth 5 for connectivity, and support for only the SBC Bluetooth codec. There’s environmental noise cancellation for better voice pickup on calls. The device is rated IPX4 for water resistance.

This headset works with the Realme Link app, which allows for various customisation options including equaliser mode selection, toggling game mode, and customising the controls. Usefully, you can enable a shortcut to activate the default voice assistant on your smartphone, activate or deactivate the 88ms low-latency mode for gaming, or switch between your two most recently paired devices quickly. It’s worth pointing out here that the Dizo Wireless is only supported on the Realme Link app for Android; the headset could not be detected by the app on iOS at the time of review.

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The Dizo Wireless has 11.2mm dynamic drivers


Battery life on the Dizo Wireless is decent enough for the price; it ran for around ten hours on a single charge for music and calls, with the volume at moderate levels. There is fast charging for the 150mAh battery, with a ten-minute charge claimed to offer two hours of listening time. It takes two hours to charge from empty to full.

Acceptable sound quality, no-frills listening on the Dizo Wireless

Aside from the benefits of app support and features such as low-latency mode and quick switching between paired devices, the Dizo Wireless focuses on the basics when it comes to sound. Although it can only use the SBC Bluetooth codec, this headset does support Bluetooth 5 which ensures good connection stability, and the tuning is about as good as you can expect from a wireless headset in this price segment.

I had the Dizo Wireless connected to my iPhone for much of this review, and used Apple Music to listen to music. Starting with Drop The Pressure by Mylo, the first thing I noticed in the sonic signature was a low-end bias. The fast beats and catchy riff of this club favourite track had a fair amount of grunt. It  sometimes felt a bit rough around the edges, but was far from the muddy and unrefined output I’ve heard from most budget wireless headsets. The sound was acceptably pleasant; nothing exceptional, but entirely listenable even over long sessions.

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There are basic controls for playback and volume on the neckband of the Dizo Wireless


Moving on to the upbeat and detailed Sunny by Boney M, the sound felt a bit dull and was lacking in detail and sharpness. The low-end bias didn’t interfere too much with the rest of this track, and the group’s celebrated vocals rightly led the way. However, the Dizo Wireless performs best in tracks with strong bass. Listening to Hold On (Sub Focus Remix) by Rusko allowed it to focus on the aggression and drive in this dubstep track.

All of this considered, there isn’t much detail to be heard on the Dizo Wireless earphones. The SBC Bluetooth codec and tuning do hold it back a fair bit. However, given its price and the typical likes of mainstream buyers, the low-end bias and focus on voice communication is reasonable.

The Dizo Wireless has environmental noise cancellation for voice calls, and indeed, I had a good experience using these earphones to conduct conversations. Sound quality was decent on both ends of calls, and the earphones were loud and easy to use both indoors and outdoors. The low-latency mode did seem to reduce audio delay while gaming a bit (at the cost of a slight reduction in sound quality), but it’s not quite good enough to seriously consider these earphones for competitive multiplayer gaming, in which a time delay is the difference between (virtual) life and death.


Although not exceptional when it comes to sound quality, the Dizo Wireless neckband Bluetooth headset doesn’t sound too bad either. Where it does stand out is in the features offered; with stable connectivity, environmental noise cancellation, app support, quick switching, and a low-latency mode, this is a very well equipped pair of wireless earphones. It helps that all of this is available for just Rs. 1,099, making this excellent value for money.

While there are plenty of options in this segment including the nearly identical Realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo, the Dizo Wireless is worth considering for the fact that there’s a lot on offer for a low price. That said, spending just a bit more would get you the Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro, which has active noise cancellation.

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Xiaomi Teases Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch Ahead of Global Launch


Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch has been announced for the global market. Ahead of the launch, the company took to Twitter to reveal some key specifications of the soundbar. The latest audio device from the Chinese smartphone giant will feature a one-touch NFC pairing support and 430W of maximum output. The Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch will offer Dolby Atmos support and feature a wireless subwoofer as well. The brand had unveiled the Mi Soundbar in India back in 2019, but this time, Xiaomi’s Soundbar 3.1ch is meant for global markets.

Xiaomi announced the arrival of the new Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch through a couple of tweets. The images shared by the company offer a glimpse into the design as well. Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch is seen in a Black colour. As mentioned, it comes with one-tap NFC pairing support. The device features a smart LED display on the front; a power button, and volume buttons along with connection toggles can be seen on the top of the Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch.

Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch will come with Dolby audio and DTS Virtual:X sound. It will have a wireless subwoofer along with the main unit. Additionally, the soundbar will offer a 430W maximum output. It is expected to come with a wall mounting option like the Xiaomi Mi Soundbar. Xiaomi, however, has not revealed the launch date, pricing, availability details, and other specifications of the Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch as of yet.

To recall, the Xiaomi Mi Soundbar was launched in India with a price tag of Rs. 4,999. It features two 20mm dome speakers and two 2.5-inch woofers. The budget soundbar has eight drivers spread across the 83cm length of the unit. This includes two tweeters, two wide-range drivers, and four passive radiators for ensuring good bass.

The Mi Soundbar supports Bluetooth 4.2, and its physical inputs include optical as well as coaxial S/PDIF, stereo RCA line in connectors, and a 3.5mm socket. The soundbar offers a frequency response range of 50-25,000Hz. Xiaomi Mi Soundbar debuted without a remote, so it is unclear whether the company would provide a remote with the upcoming Xiaomi Soundbar 3.1ch.


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Oppo Reno 6 Lite Images and Specifications Leak, Show Triple Rear Cameras


Oppo Reno 6 Lite alleged images have been shared by an established tipster. The images show a smartphone with a hole-punch display, and a triple rear AI camera setup. A few days ago, another tipster shared a video claiming it to be an advertisement for the European market. He also listed a few specifications as well as camera features. The rumoured Oppo phone may come with the extended RAM feature, Reno Glow design and 33W fast charging support.

As per the images shared by tipster Evan Blass, the Oppo Reno 6 Lite is said to sport a hole-punch display with the camera cut-out situated in the top left corner. There are thin bezels on the side and a thick chin on the rumoured Oppo phone. There is a triple rear camera setup, and the camera module hints at a 48-megapixel primary sensor.

Alleged camera details along with a video and other specifications of the Oppo Reno 6 Lite were also shared by tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore. He says that the video is a commercial for the European market. He claims that the smartphone will come with a full-HD+ AMOLED display, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. Under the hood, the smartphone is said to come equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC which could be paired with 6GB of RAM + virtual 5GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage.

As far as camera details are concerned, the Oppo Reno 6 Lite is said to come with a 48-megapixel main sensor along with a 2-megapixel sensor paired with a wide-angle lens, and another 2-megapixel sensor with macro lens. Camera features include Night Portrait and AI Scene Enhancement. The phone may pack a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging technology. The smartphone is claimed to come with FlexDrop feature that is said to allow simultaneous multiple application operations on the screen.

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Sourabh Kulesh is a Chief Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. He has worked in a national daily newspaper, a news agency, a magazine and now writing technology news online. He has knowledge on a wide gamut of topics related to cybersecurity, enterprise and consumer technology. Write to or get in touch on Twitter through his handle @KuleshSourabh.

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