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Top tech buzz in the world of technology this week

This week, Telegram's premium subscription spotted in Beta, we take the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 360 for a spin, test if the Realme GT Neo 3 is worth your time, give you the deets on Nothing's new phone, give you a rundown on under Rs 40,000-smartphones and tell you about Wi-Fi 7, the next big wireless protocol looming on the horizon.

Top tech buzz in the world of technology this week
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Top tech buzz in the world of technology this week

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This week, Telegram's premium subscription spotted in Beta, we take the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 360 for a spin, test if the Realme GT Neo 3 is worth your time, give you the deets on Nothing's new phone, give you a rundown on under Rs 40,000-smartphones and tell you about Wi-Fi 7, the next big wireless protocol looming on the horizon.

Telegram appears to be gearing up for the launch of a paid subscription service called Telegram Premium. The folks at Telegram Beta discovered a range of reactions, emoji's and stickers, that seem to be exclusive to the paid service. It appears that free users will not be able to view these exclusive reactions, and will be prompted to sign up if they are sent to their chat windows.

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro Review: Performance and power in a neat little package

Samsung's Galaxy Book series has been a thing since 2018. Over the years, the product line has matured, culminating in last year's Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360. For 2022, Samsung is sticking to basics, opting for a familiar design but making changes where it counts – the internals. Is that enough to make Samsung's convertible a must-have?

Realme GT Neo 3 Cameras

Since the dawn of the GT series, Realme has been pushing out some impressive phones that are designed with power and performance in mind. And the latest Realme GT Neo 3 is no exception. The main theme of the GT Neo 3 is speed, whether that comes in the form of a powerful chipset or incredibly fast charging. The Realme GT Neo 3 was recently unveiled in India, at a starting price of Rs 36,999, putting it smack dab between the premium mid-rangers and flagship killers.

Nothing phone 1

Nothing announced in April that it would be working on a smartphone titled the Nothing Phone (1). The handset is set to arrive late in the summer. While specifications of the device haven't been revealed just yet, Nothing CEO Carl Pei may have hinted towards an official launch date.

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