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OnePlus 11 likely to come soon in Matte Black, Glossy Green colours

When the OnePlus 11 goes on sale, there may be more colour choices available.

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OnePlus 11 likely to come soon in Matte Black, Glossy Green colours

A new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC-powered OnePlus 11 is in the pipeline. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer hasn’t yet revealed the precise launch date of the device, but online rumours about its colour variants have already started to circulate.

According to reports, the OnePlus 11 will be available in matte black and glossy green colours. It is anticipated that the yet to launch device will succeed the OnePlus 10 Pro. The device is likely to have a maximum storage capacity of 256GB and up to 256GB of RAM.

According to reports, the OnePlus 11 will be available in matte black and glossy green. The Emerald Forest and Volcanic Black colours were available for the OnePlus 10 Pro when it was released in March of this year. Both Moonstone Black and Jade Green were the first colour options for the OnePlus 10T. When the OnePlus 11 goes on sale, there may be more colour choices available.

The OnePlus 11 will undoubtedly be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, which was unveiled last week.

Although OnePlus has not provided any additional information regarding the device or its launch, there have been a number of leaks in the past that have provided information on the potential design and some specifications.

The OnePlus 11 is expected to include a 6.7-inch 2K LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate and run OxygenOS 13, which is based on Android 13. The selfie camera might be housed in a hole-punched cutout on the display. It reportedly has two RAM configurations (8GB and 12GB) and two storage options (128GB and 256GB). It might also have an alert slider.

A triple rear camera set with a 50-megapixel IMX890 sensor, a 48-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor, and a 32-megapixel sensor is anticipated for the OnePlus 11. It is also rumoured to have a 32-megapixel selfie camera. On the OnePlus 11, OnePlus might provide a 5,000mAh battery. It might enable 50W wireless charging and 100W cable charging.

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WhatsApp introduces chat lock feature for private conversations, here’s how to use

As per Meta, the ability to lock a chat will be greatly beneficial for users who share their phones with family members from time to time.

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WhatsApp has recently introduced a new feature called Chat Lock for users to make their intimate conversations even more private. The Meta-owned group enables its users to lock individual chats to enhance the security of their messages and protect their privacy.

If you don’t want someone to peep into the chat of a particular person then you can enable the Chat Lock feature as it allows an individual to lock that person’s chat with a password or biometric authentication.

The Chat Lock feature lets you protect your most intimate conversations with a password and secures them in a separate folder. When someone messages you and you have that chat locked, the sender’s name and the content of the message will also be hidden.

Along with this, when a WhatsApp chat is locked, that conversation thread is taken out of a user’s inbox, and put behind a folder of its own. It also automatically hides the contents of that chat in notifications.

As per Meta, the ability to lock a chat will be greatly beneficial for users who share their phones with family members from time to time.

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How to enable WhatsApp Chat Lock feature?

  • Open WhatsApp on your Android or iOS smartphone and upgrade it to the latest version.
  • Click on that particular chat you want to lock in WhatsApp.
  • Select the contact or group by clicking on their profile photo.
  • You will see a Chat Lock option just below the message menu.
  • Set up Chat Lock, then use your phone’s password or biometrics to log in.

How to access locked chats on WhatsApp?

  • Open WhatsApp and navigate to your home page to view encrypted chat.
  • Swipe down to access all locked chats.
  • Select the locked chat by tapping on it.
  • Unlock the chat by entering your phone’s password or biometric data.

As per Meta, more options will be added to Chat Lock in the coming months, including locks for companion devices, as well as custom passwords for chats, so that a person can use a password different from that of their phone to unlock a conversation.

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Government to deploy cutting-edge system to track and block stolen, lost mobile phones

Stolen mobile phones will soon be a thing of the past as the government is gearing up for the pan-India deployment of a cutting-edge tracking system that will not only be able to track but also block mobile that have been reported stolen or lost.

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Stolen mobile phones will soon be a thing of the past as the government is gearing up for the pan-India deployment of a cutting-edge tracking system that will not only be able to track but also block mobile that have been reported stolen or lost.

A PTI report quoting a senior official of Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on the condition of anonymity, said that the technology development body Centre for Department of Telematics (CDoT) has been running the pilot of the CEIR system in some telecom circles, including Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and the North East region, and the system is now ready for pan-India deployment.

The DoT official said that CIER system is scheduled for pan-India launch on May 17, however, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Project Board at CDoT Rajkumar Upadhyay did not confirm the date but acknowledged that the tech is ready for a pan-India launch.

He said the technology will enable people to not only track but also block their stolen or lost mobile phones, adding that new features have been added to the system to check the use of cloned mobile phones across all telecom networks.

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Asked how the system will work, the official said that the CIER system will be able to access the unique digital identifier—IMEI number—of the device and the mobile number linked to it.

He said the system is already in use in some states where its being employed to track stolen and/or lost mobile phone.

The official said that common practice of miscreants changing the IMEI number of a stolen device which prevented tracking and blocking of such devices, will now become redundant as the CEIR will be able to identify, track and then block all cloned mobile phones on any network with the help of various databases.

Rajkumar Upadhyay said the widespread use of CEIR system will discourage the theft of mobile phones as it would be practically useless to try using a stolen device.

The Karnataka Police recently recovered over more than 2,500 lost mobile phones and handed them over to their owners using the CEIR system.

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iPhone 15 leaks: Expected specs, launch timeline, price and other details

Apple is set to release the iPhone 15 this September with a change in its appearance from existing iPhone models.

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The iPhone 15 series launch is still some distance away but leaks, bless them, have largely given us an idea of what to anticipate from Apple’s upcoming iPhones.

With the iPhone 15, Apple is expected to update the design and provide top-tier specifications.

Here is what we know about the iPhone 15s’ appearance, features, and cost based on leaks:

Apple is set to release the iPhone 15 this September with a change in its appearance from existing iPhone models. Among the big-ticket news is that Apple is likely to add the Dynamic Island feature to its less expensive older versions along with the release of the iPhone 15.

Previously, only the iPhone 14 Pro models could use this. As a result, you can imagine a punch-hole display design on the front, common to many Android phones these days.

Since Apple received harsh criticism last year for offering the same design on standard versions for years, many consumers are sure to appreciate the company’s decision to introduce a new design on standard models as well.

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There have been no reports, however, of changes to the back, as a result of which the design of the back camera may not change. Last, but not least, reports also imply that the iPhone 15 and its Plus model would have a frosted glass back with a matte finish, similar to iPhone 14 Pro from the previous year.

The Bionic A 16 chipset, which powered Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro last year, will probably be the star of the iPhone 15 as well. According to Apple’s new policy, ordinary models will now come with a one year flagship chipset while Pro models would only get the latest processor. The same is probably going to occur with the 2023 models.

The iPhone 15 is claimed to have a significant improvement in optics when compared to earlier versions. The 48-megapixel primary camera on the back of the 5G phone might be equivalent to the Pro variants of the iPhone 14 series. It would be a significant improvement over the 12-megapixel sensors found on the current iPhone models.

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