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Moto G22 launched in India, know what is the price and specification

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The Moto G22 was launched in India on Friday (April 8) as the latest budget phone from Motorola. Initially launched in Europe last month, the Moto G22 comes with a hole-punch display design and features including quad rear cameras. It also includes a 90Hz display as well as a 5,000mAh battery that is rated to offer 37.8 hours of backup on a single charge. Moto G22 competes with Redmi 10, Infinix Note 11S, Realme C25Y and Samsung Galaxy M12.



Price in India, launch offers:
 
The Moto G22 price in India has been set at Rs 10,999, for the 4GB + 64GB storage variant alone. The phone will be available via Flipkart starting Wednesday, April 13. It comes in Cosmic Black, Iceberg Blue and Mint Green colours, though the Mint Green option will be available at a later stage. The launch offer on Moto G22 includes Rs 1,000 bank discount that will be applicable on limited stock purchases made through Flipkart between April 13-14. There will also be no-cost EMI for online customers. The Moto G22 was launched in Europe for EUR 169.99 (approximately Rs 14,000) for the same 4GB + 64GB model.
 
Specification :
 
In terms of specifications, the dual-SIM (Nano) Moto G22 runs on Android 12 out-of-the-box. The phone comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) Max Vision display with 20:9 aspect ratio and 90Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the Moto G22 packs an octa-core MediaTek Helio G37 SoC, coupled with IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU and 4GB of RAM. There is a quad rear camera setup that includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.8 lens. The camera setup also includes an 8-megapixel ultra-wide shooter, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro shooter. Furthermore, the rear camera setup is capable of recording full-HD videos at 30fps frame rate and is paired with an LED flash.
 
For selfies and video chats, the Moto G22 packs a 16-megapixel selfie camera sensor on the front, paired with an f/2.45 lens. The Moto G22 comes with 64GB of onboard storage that is expandable via microSD card (up to 1TB) via a dedicated slot.
 
Connectivity options on the Moto G22 include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, FM radio, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Type-C, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Sensors on board include accelerometer, ambient light, gyroscope, magnetometer and a proximity sensor. The phone also comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor
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The new update of Instagram is going to be liked by the people very much, you should also know

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  Instagram has announced enhanced tags on reels, which will allow creators to receive credit for their work. The Enhanced Tags feature was launched for the Instagram feed in March, but now the social media platform has rolled out the same feature on Reels as well. Previously, users had alternative ways to credit each other, such as tagging each other in captions or photos on the platform, but now they can give credit directly by tagging in the reels as well, according to the company.



“Advanced Tags allow a creator’s self-assigned profile category to appear in their People tag on their professional accounts so that people can share and view a creator’s specific contribution in a photo or video post and reels. As also continues to be the biggest contributor to increasing engagement on Instagram, we’re excited to expand Advanced Tags to Reels. Simply put—if you’re a makeup artist, songwriter or other significant collaborator on a post, So your contribution will be more visible in post or reel,” Instagram explained in an Instagram post.

  • How to use the Advanced Tag feature on the Reels:
  • To use the new Enhanced Tags on the reels, follow the instructions below;
  • Open the Instagram app and tap on the (+) in the top right corner.
  • Create a new post and tap Next.
  • Make any creative edits, and then tap Next.
  • After typing the caption, tap Tag people.
  • Select Add Tags and search and select your contributors.
  • Tap Show Profile Category to display the Creator category.
  • Tap Done.

And finally, after the user has added additional tags and descriptions, they can tap on Share. “Due creative credit and recognition is a starting point for discovery, new opportunities and economic empowerment. This is especially relevant as more creators collaborate. So far, the Instagram community has come together to support creators and create a We’ve found alternative ways to give credit to others, such as tagging each other in captions and photos, so we’re rolling this feature into our products.”

In addition, Instagram is reportedly testing a new feature called Templates for Reels, which gives creators the option to create reels by borrowing formats from other videos available on the platform. Using this feature, the user can easily borrow the format of any other reel and replace the video with his own content.

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Nitin Gadkari said big thing about electric two wheelers, you also know

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Amid incidents of fire in electric two-wheelers, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday urged companies to take advance action to recall all defective vehicles, even as he said that the temperature in the months of March, April The EV battery has some problem when it grows. and may. The Minister for Road Transport and Highways also acknowledged that the country’s EV industry is “just beginning” and emphasized that the government does not want to create hurdles.

 


“But safety is the top priority for the government and no compromise can be made with human life,” Gadkari said at the Raisina Dialogue. importance against the background of

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 During an interaction session, Gadkari reiterated that companies can take advance action to immediately recall all defective batches of vehicles. “The temperature rises in March-April-May, then there is some problem with the battery (of EVs). I think it (electric two-wheelers are catching on fire) is a problem of temperature,” he said.

 The Minister for Road Transport and Highways said that the government wants to popularize electric vehicles. Gadkari said, “We understand that the EV industry has just started. We do not want to create any hurdles. But safety is the top priority for the government and there can be no compromise with human life.”

 Last week, Gadkari, who is known for his outspoken views, had said that negligent companies would be penalized and recall of all defective vehicles would be ordered after receiving the report of an expert panel, which would be A probe has been constituted to investigate the matter. ,

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 The government last month ordered a probe after an e-scooter launched by ride-hailing operator Ola’s electric mobility arm caught fire in Pune.

 According to the road transport ministry, the Center for Fire Explosive and Environment Safety (CFEES) has been asked to investigate the circumstances that led to the incident and suggest remedial measures. The ministry had also asked the CFEES to share the findings along with their suggestions on measures to prevent such incidents.

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Google brought a new update for Google Play Store, you also know what is special in it

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Google on Tuesday announced the release of its Data Protection section in Google Play that will allow users to view information about how apps collect, share and protect their data. The move, which was first announced in May last year, is similar to the way Apple introduced privacy nutrition labels in 2020. All developers who publish their apps on Google Play must complete the new section with information on how their apps collect and share user data. until 20 July.



Google said in a blog post that users will start seeing the data protection section in Google Play starting Wednesday. The section will have different elements to tell users what data an app is collecting and for what purpose. It will also show users whether the developer of the listed app is sharing their data with third parties.

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Google said the data protection section will help users get more visibility into “how apps collect, share, secure” on their Android devices. According to Google information developers can show in the data protection section:

  • Is the developer collecting the data and for what purpose.
  • Is the developer sharing the data with third parties.
  • App’s security practices, such as encryption of data in transit and whether users can ask for data to be deleted.
  • Whether an eligible app has committed to complying with Google Play’s Family Policy to better protect children in the Play Store.
  • Have the developer validate their security practices against a global security standard (more specifically, MASVS).
  • When users are visiting one of the apps list on Google Play they will start seeing the section.

Google initially informed developers about the change last year. It was also confirmed at the time that Google apps, along with apps from other developers, would also be part of the update and would feature data protection information in the new section.

One of the issues many researchers pointed to with Apple’s nutrition labels is its list of fake and misleading privacy labels. In some cases, app developers didn’t even include all the elements they were taking user data for. All this is mainly due to negligence on the level of Apple as it has not imposed any hard restrictions for developers to provide accurate information and filter out deceptively labeled apps.

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Google, on its part, said last year that “non-compliant apps will be subject to policy enforcement.” It also said that new app submissions and app updates starting in the second quarter “must include information” on their listings.

However, the Android maker is yet to provide any guidelines on how it will handle misinformation from developers.

Play Store already has the problem of fake apps that spread malware many times in the past. However, some of those apps were pulled by Google when reported. Thus, it seems interesting to see how the official Android Store will deal with any false information that may, at least, come from some developers.

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