Top Tech News – August 4: India withdraws privacy bill, OnePlus 10T India launch and more

Welcome to another episode of Top Tech News, and in today’s edition we talk about India’s decision to withdraw data privacy policy, OnePlus 10T makes its debut and much more.

OnePlus 10T launched in India.

The OnePlus 10T 5G has been launched in the market, and buyers in India can start pre-ordering the phone from today. The OnePlus 10T is the company’s mid-year flagship that uses the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen chipset and sees many improvements over the current flagship model which is the OnePlus 10 Pro.

The OnePlus 10T sports a 6.7-inch AMOLED display that supports Full HD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate that switches between 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz. The display gets Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection and comes with a pixel density of 394 PPI.

The OnePlus 10T is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, and this time you can get it with 16GB RAM and storage options up to 128GB, and 256GB. OnePlus 10T comes with OxygenOS 12.1 version based on Android 12 operating system. OnePlus will release the OxygenOS 13 version later this year.

The OnePlus 10T has a triple rear camera setup without Hasselblad branding and consists of a 50-megapixel primary sensor IMX766 sensor with OIS, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. The new OnePlus 10 series phone comes with a large 4800mAh battery that supports 150W fast charging technology.

You can read more about it here.

India withdraws data privacy bill, new law expected

India’s information technology minister on Wednesday withdrew a data protection bill that was first proposed in 2019, alarming major tech companies.

A government notice said New Delhi was taking the decision as a parliamentary panel’s review of the bill suggested 81 amendments, resulting in the need for a new “comprehensive legal framework”.

The privacy bill was designed to protect Indian citizens and set up a so-called data protection authority, but it raised concerns among big tech giants that it could increase their compliance burdens and data storage requirements. . Companies including Facebook and Twitter have for years worried about India’s proposed tougher regulations for the technology sector, often straining relations between New Delhi and Washington.

India says such regulations are needed to protect citizens’ data and privacy.

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Apple will likely delay the release of iPadOS 16, here’s why.

According to a new report, Apple is reportedly planning to delay the release of the next generation of iPadOS for some time.

A report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gruman says that Apple may be planning to delay the launch of iPadOS 16 until October 2022 due to an issue with the new Stage Manager feature on iPadOS 16. According to the report, the Stage Manager feature, which has the option to offer a more Mac-like multi-window experience on the iPad, is still under construction.

The delay is said to be partly due to the implementation of Stage Manager as Apple is still working to fix the bug. The delay will give Apple more time to work on bugs and fix them.

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