Daily News Wrap: Realme GT 6 and Vivo Y58 Launched and More


Today was full of launches; Realme launched its much-awaited Realme GT 6 smartphone in India, alongside the Buds Air 6 Pro. Audio giant Sennheiser unveiled its new TWS earbuds in the country. Apple also clarified why AI features are limited to the iPhone 15 Pro. Let’s look at today’s top five news.

Realme GT 6 and Buds Air 6 Pro Launched

Realme’s GT 6 is a true flagship killer, coming with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor. It has a triple rear camera setup featuring the Sony LYT-808 sensor on the primary sensor. The phone also gets a 5,500mAh battery with support for 120W fast charging. Pricing for the Realme GT 6 starts at Rs 40,999.

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The Realme Buds Air6 Pro support ANC up to 50dB. They also have support for LDAC and HiFi audio. They carry an IP55 rating and offer a battery life of up to 7.5 hours. The Realme Buds Air6 Pro are priced at Rs 4999. Read more here.

Vivo Y58 5G Launched in India

The Vivo Y58 is a mid-range 5G device from the company featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 processor. It gets a 50MP primary camera. The phone is powered by a massive 6,000mAh battery and supports 44W fast charging.

Vivo Y58 5G in Sundarbans Green and Himalayan Blue Colours
Vivo Y58 5G in Sundarbans Green and Himalayan Blue Colours

The Vivo Y58 5G is priced at Rs 19,499 in India. It is available on the official Vivo website. Read more here.

Apple’s official statement on AI feature availability on iPhones

Since the announcement of Apple Intelligence features, iPhone enthusiasts have been annoyed that these new functions were limited to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. John Giannandrea, Head of AI and Machine and Learning at Apple, has officially revealed that Apple Intelligence features require a lot of computing power.

He mentioned that the A16 chip on the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus is not capable enough to provide the best experience. Read more here.

Sennheiser ACCENTUM TWS Earbuds Launched

The Sennheiser ACCENTUM TWS earbuds feature 7mm dynamic true response transducers for a balanced sound output. The earbuds also support ANC and multiple transparency modes. They also have five equalizer mods that can be adjusted from the companion Sennheiser app.

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The Sennheiser ACCENTUM also support gestures that can be used to control audio playback. The earbuds can offer a battery life of up to 8 hours, which extends up to 28 hours with the case. The earbuds are priced at Rs 12,990 and can be purchased on Flipkart and Sennheiser’s website.

Microdigit Launches New TWS Earbuds and Neckband in India

The Microdigit DEP386 TWS earbuds feature an in-ear design. These support high-definition audio for music playback and voice calls and intuitive controls. The case comes with an LED screen that also supports touch input. It can be used to adjust the modes of the earbuds. It is available for purchase at leading retail stores across India for Rs 1999.

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The Microdigit MDE480 is a wireless neckband that offers audio playback of up to 18 hours, and a standby battery life of up to 1600 hours. It supports dual pairing that can be used to connect two devices and switch between them. It is priced at Rs 999 in India.