Telegram’s premium service, Google partners with Wikipedia, and more on Nothing Phone (1)

From Nothing(1)’s invite-only system to the launch of Telegram’s premium service, here are the tech headlines you need to read.

Popular instant messaging app Telegram has celebrated reaching a user base of 700 million by launching its premium subscription service. Premium users will get double the limit of most features that free users get without in-app ads, and will have access to premium app icons, badges, stickers, and reactions. Subscription starts at $4.99 per month.

The Poco F4 5G was the last device in Poco’s F-series line to launch. With a starting price of Rs 27,999, the phone comes with features like a 64MP main camera with enhanced blur reduction, a fourth-generation Super AMOLED display with a peak brightness of 1300 nits, a 120Hz refresh and Dolby Vision, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC and 12GB of LPDDR 5 RAM.

Nothing from Carl Pei will make it harder for fans to get their hands on the brand’s first phone, the Nothing Phone (1). Potential buyers will either need to sign up to receive an invitation or receive an invitation to purchase from someone who has already purchased the phone. “It will help control inventory and control sales,” Pei said in a pre-launch video.

Asus’ ROG Phone 6 will be unveiled on July 5, and speculation suggests it will be powered by Snapdragon’s latest flagship SoC. If true, ROG Phone 6 will be the first phone to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, measuring up to 3GHz clock speed. The phone is also said to feature 18GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a 165Hz refresh rate.

Google will start paying the Wikimedia Foundation, the parent company of Wikipedia, for more accurate information in its search results. The two will partner to use Wikimedia Enterprise to provide more accurate information, which often appears in knowledge panels in Google search results.

US bans Juul e-cigarettes and vapes

The United States Food and Drug Administration has banned Juul Labs from selling vapes and e-cigarettes for safety reasons. The products had become popular among teenagers and young adults, even as the company claimed its products were intended to prevent adults from smoking other nicotine products.

(Edited by : Priyanka Deshpande)

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