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BusinessToday.In | June 12, 2018

Facebook introduces new page called Memories

Facebook has launched a new page which is similar to the 'On this Day' feature that often pops up on subscriber's News Feed. The new feature will recap posts and images shared a while ago.
Facebook will try to keep bad memories at bay by tracking for keywords in the comment section. This new feature will ideally just share happy memories on your Feed. These posts can be shared further with friends and groups.

Xiaomi launches Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A in China


Xiaomi conducted a launch event in China where it revealed the next generation of Redmi phones. The company was expected to launch the Redmi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi 6 Plus but the company only revealed two devices at the event.Xiaomi took the wraps off budget phone Redmi 6A and the Redmi 6.
The company had a few surprises planned with both the smartphones. For one, both devices, despite being entry level smartphones, come with AI-enable face unlock feature. Secondly, the phones are not powered by a Snapdragon chipset, instead, Xiaomi chose to go with MediaTek chipsets for the next generation devices. We are still unsure if these devices will be launched with the same chipset in India. The devices also come with a taller screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9.

Apple iPhone X Plus and iPhone X SE details leaks via schematics


Apple's next iPhones that will be launched this year are set to come with significant design innovations. Earlier, renders of the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and that of the 6.1-inch budget iPhone were spotted. Now, the schematics revealing details of the size and various aspects of the design have been leaked.  Apple is rumoured to launch three new iPhones this year - the iPhone X Plus, next gen iPhone X and a budget iPhone X which is most likely to be the successor of the iPhone SE.
The schematics were obtained by Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly in collaboration with case-maker Ghostek. Images show three lenses on the rear camera, indicating the phone could feature a triple camera setup on the back. However, it can't be confirmed as the iPhone X also has a similar camera setup but the third lens in the center is actually the LED flash.
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