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Oppo’s Upcoming Smartwatch May Feature 3D Glass Display

The watch will come in at least gold and black and looks to have a more pronounced curve on the left and right and less extreme on the top and bottom

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Oppo has not revealed when exactly its smartwatch will launch. Wikimedia Commons

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is expected to launch its new smartwatch alongside the Find X2 flagship smartphone sometime next month, and now, the company Vice President Brian Shen has confirmed that the upcoming smartwatch will feature curved 3D glass display.

The company has not revealed when exactly its smartwatch will launch.

Earlier, Shen shared an official image of the Oppo Watch that suggested its Apple Watch-like design. The teaser image showcases its metal frame that carries the curved screen.

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Vice President Brian Shen has confirmed that the upcoming smartwatch will feature curved 3D glass display. IANS

The watch will come in at least gold and black and looks to have a more pronounced curve on the left and right and less extreme on the top and bottom, GSMArena reported on Monday.

Additionally, the smartwatch would come with two physical buttons on the right side.

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Recently, a report had suggested that the watch will launch with ECG (electrocardiogram) capabilities which would allow users wearing the smartwatch to test if their heart has irregular rhythm. (IANS)

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Google Brings a New Update to its Chat App Duo

Google Duo increases group calling limit to 12 participants

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Google increased the maximum number of participants to 250 for G Suite and G Suite for Education subscribers. Pixabay

Google has updated its popular Duo chat app by increasing the group video user limit from 8 to 12 people into a single group call to help more people stay connected and practice social distancing.

The new 12-person limit compares to eight for house party, 32 for Apple’s FaceTime, 50 for Skype and Messenger, and 100 for Zoom’s free tier.

“We are grateful that Duo is helping users see their loved ones all around the world. We recognize group calling is particularly critical right now. We have increased group calling from 8 participants to 12 effective today. More to come,” Google’s senior director of product management Sanaz Ahari Lemelson tweeted on Friday.

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Last year, Google added group calling to Duo with an eight-party limit. Pixabay

She also hinted at more changes that would come soon, without getting into the details.

The change is already effective but currently it unclear whether it will be reverted once everything goes back to normal or whether it’s here to stay.

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Last year, Google added group calling to Duo with an eight-party limit.

Additionally, Google also recently increased the maximum number of participants to 250 for G Suite and G Suite for Education subscribers. (IANS)