Pre-orders for Realme GT 6, Motorola Razr series launches, more in this week’s tech wrap

In India, Realme has released the GT 6 smartphone. The performance-focused smartphone, which is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8s Gen 3, comes with a number of artificial intelligence-driven image features. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer also unveiled the Buds Air6 Pro wireless earbuds in addition to the smartphone.

Motorola has set a June 25 event when the Lenovo-owned smartphone brand in China is expected to reveal its upcoming Razr series flip-style foldable smartphones. Prior to the debut, 9to5According to reports from Google, the Motorola Razr Plus, the top model in the series, will have a lot to offer in terms of advancements over the current generation model, particularly in terms of the camera and durability.

On June 20, OnePlus and Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited (CATL), a Chinese battery manufacturer and technology business, unveiled a new battery technology called “Glacier Battery.” The method would enable the Chinese smartphone manufacturer to reduce the size of the battery while increasing the smartphone’s capacity, the company revealed on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform. With this recently developed technology, OnePlus claims to have integrated a 6,100 mAh battery into its upcoming smartphone, the OnePlus Ace 3 Pro.

Asus Launched new chromebook model name ROG Zephyrus G14 in India. The AMD Ryzen 9 8945HS processor, which has a specialized Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for managing artificial intelligence workloads, powers the gaming laptop manufactured by a Taiwanese PC manufacturer. In addition, for media editing and gaming, the ROG Zephyrus G14 PC comes with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 graphics processing unit (GPU).

With Gmail, Google is now introducing a new, straightforward toolbar option that lets users see just the most important options in the toolbar when using the web version. The basic toolbar, which was first noticed by 9To5Google, places a few quick action options at the top of the email; all other activities are moved to the drop-down menu. Currently available to a select group of customers, the capability is being gradually rolled out.

The Vivo Y58 5G was introduced by Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo on June 20, broadening its Y-series lineup in India. This mid-range smartphone boasts a class-leading 6,000 mAh battery and features an AI-enhanced camera system. Sundarbans Green and Himalayan Blue are the available colors for the smartphone.

The latest Lens Studio 5.0 release includes a generative artificial intelligence suite, which is a feature of the social media platform owned by Snap. Users’ experiences with augmented reality (AR) will be powered by this on-device AI model. According to Snapchat, a preview of its real-time picture model is being shown, and it “can instantly bring your imagination to life in AR.” Snapchat will let users write in a concept for a transformation and create vibrant augmented reality experiences in real time using AI.

“Ask for Music,” a tool driven by artificial intelligence that will let users search for music using voice commands and spoken cues, is currently undergoing testing on YouTube Music. In addition, the user has the option to describe the music videos they see or ask for artists or songs that have comparable musical elements. The AI-powered features will make search more conversational in nature than the current voice-activated search feature. In addition, it’s possible that the new AI function will take the place of the voice search function that’s now in existence.

Driven by the increasing demand for its artificial intelligence (AI) processors, Nvidia surged to the top of the computer industry, emerging on Tuesday as the most valuable publicly traded firm. This historic accomplishment, which highlights the transformational potential of AI, is reminiscent of the tech boom at the turn of the century, much like the World Wide Web did more than two decades earlier.