Fashion e-tailer Myntra on Wednesday launched its “Blink Go” first smart wearable device at Rs 4,199.
The device allows users to monitor their fitness parameters and set personal fitness goals that include activity tracking — such as steps, distance, calories, sleep, and heart rate sensor.
“This is an exciting moment for Myntra as we foray into the connected wearable segment with our first product ‘Blink Go’ which is a perfect blend of fashion and technology to help our customers keep track of their goals and stay fit,” Jeyendran Venugopal, Chief Technology Officer, Myntra, said in a statement.
The “Sleep Goals and Tools” lets users set a weekly sleep goal, create bedtime reminders and wake targets.
Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has sold over 110 million units of PlayStation 4 since the launch of the fourth-generation gaming console. This includes all available models, including the PS4 Pro.
The company also revealed that sales of PlayStation 4 from January to March 31 this year stood at 1.5 million units.
The PlayStation 4 is now the fourth best-selling console ever, behind the Game Boy/Game Boy Color, which sold 118.69 million units.
It remains to be seen if the PlayStation 4 will overtake Nintendo’s handheld gaming device — Nintendo DS (154.02 million) and PlayStation 2 (155 million).
With the PlayStation 5 around the corner, it is now unlikely that the current 4 will break any records.
Sony is expected to launch its PlayStation 5 soon and unveiled the new wireless game controller for the same, calling it ‘DualSense’ to reflect its new capabilities.
The device is expected to feature a 5.81-inch display is, FHD+ with 1080 by 2,340-pixel resolution at 443 ppi. It is also worth noting that the screen appears to have a 60Hz refresh rate – not 90Hz.
But unlike the Pixel 4’s dual sensor at the back, the budget 4a is likely to have a single 12MP sensor that can record 4K video, in addition to a rear fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack, and the same USB-C port and bottom-facing speakers.
The phone has been tipped to start selling at $399. (IANS)
Apple said in February that its revenue for the current quarter would be below its forecasts and that the worldwide iPhone supply “will be temporarily constrained” because of the consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic. (IANS)