Back in your life with a recap of the tech news in July.
Discussing: Ghana’s e-pharmacy policy, Google Pixel 7 leak and more
- Nothing phone (1) was revealed at an event in New York. The phone runs on Snapdragon 778G+ and NothingOS in addition to a 50MP dual rear camera.
- A model of the upcoming Google Pixel 7 got leaked in an interesting way after it was purchased on Facebook.
- Ghana became the 1st African country to adopt a national e-pharmacy policy. This policy will ensure the regulation of the purchase and delivery of medications via the internet.
The launch of the Nothing phone (1) was met with mixed feelings, with some users questioning the rationale behind the brand’s debut device.
“It looks like an iPhone but works as an Android”
From a reviewer’s point, the Nothing phone (1) fits right into the midrange class and faces competition from the likes of Xiaomi, Motorola, and OnePlus.
The SD 778G+ processor, 50MP rear camera and Glyph functionality of the Nothing phone (1) stand out for me.
A Twitter user from Ghana [(@)soulpee ] posted images of what looked like the Google Pixel 7 Pro — a device which is expected to launch in October this year.
From his tweet, he purchased the phone off Facebook from an international seller.
He managed to dig up some information about the software, but not for long as the device was soon blocked.
The future of pharmacy
Ghana became the 1st African country to adopt a national e-pharmacy policy which will ensure the regulation of the sale of medications via the internet.
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