TCL's Phone Unfolds

TCL’s New Concept Phone Unfolds, April 22 Realme Q3 Series Launch, Razorpay raises funds, Clubhouse closes an undisclosed $4Bn valuation

1.TCL’s New Concept Phone Unfolds 

 TCL now has a smartphone concept that’s both a foldable and rollable phone in one, and it’s pretty cool. TCL Fold ‘n’ Roll is a 6.87-inch phone that folds into an 8.85-inch phablet and also then, it rolls out into a 10-inch tablet.

The company was one of the first to show a working foldable smartphone prototype, Here TCL has not yet released new no specifications and There’s no word on when it may be launched.

2. Launch on April 22 Realme Q3 Series

Here Launch of Realme Q3 series will be launched on April 22 in China. company has announced via a post on Weibo. Spotted on TENAA and Geekbench platforms of Realme Q3 Pro. The TENAA listing was spotted by tipster Digital Chat Station on Weibo, and by Mukul Sharma on Twitter.

Rumored Realme smartphone managed to score 856 and 3,538 points in the single-core and multi-core tests. Realme Q3 Pro carries the model number RMX2205,  quad-camera setup. and will sport a 6.43-inch display, listed to measure 158.5×73.3×8.4mm. Also with a 4,400mAh battery and run on Android 11.

3.Ahead of Southeast Asia launch Razorpay raises funds at $3 billion valuations in India

Razorpay raises funds at a $3 billion valuations which is ahead of the Southeast Asia launch. raised $160 million in its Series E financing round that valued the startup at $3 billion, up from “a little over” $1 billion valuations in the $100 million Series D in October last year which is said by Razorpay.

Accepts, processes and disburses money online for small businesses and enterprises is the work of Razorpay. when a slice of Indian startups are raising large amounts of capital at a much frequent pace and increased valuations as investors double down on promising bets in the world’s second-largest internet market on Monday in the announcement.

4.Clubhouse closes an undisclosed $4Bn valuation Series C round

So the Valuing the company at $4 billion here  Clubhouse has raised a Series C funding round. Here funding comes as Twitter, Spotify, Facebook, Telegram, Discord, and LinkedIn are all prepping similar features to Clubhouse’s live audio streaming rooms, which has attracted attention for hosting live chats with the likes of Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.

The company disclosed the news about the funding during its weekly ‘town hall’ chat last Sunday night and in a blog post, the company said the fundraising will support a fresh burst of growth for the app.

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