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series appreciation since its initial release in early 2019. The first devices in this lineup, the OPPO Reno and the Reno 10x Zoom. It featured unique and expressive design with a flush rear camera. It has a crazy pop-up swivel module that features both rear end and front-facing camera. This device doesn't require any kind of notch. This unique design continued to the Reno2 series, but discontinued the Reno3 and used more conventional-looking hole-punch display.


Oppo introduced a high refresh rate display (90Hz) and 65W super VOOC 2.0 charging with Oppo's first phone - Reno Ace. Now, the company is about to release the Reno Ace2. It was kind of announced from the official sources. The OPPO VP Brian Shen confirms that the company is indeed working on the OPPO Reno Ace2 on his Weibo account. Some leaks suggest that the phone has a single, hole-punch on the left side of the display. According to another rumor, the device will be capable to support 5G network connectivity. The phone features a circle rear camera mount something we have already seen in a few Chinese devices like the OnePlus 7T and Redmi K30 Pro. The leak images from TEENA shows a hole-punch camera that seems to particularly big one on the front side of the display.

 

The device is rumored to be powered by a 2.8GHz processor, likely the Snapdragon 865 and will be available in both 8GB and 12GB RAM variants. It will feature a 2400×1080, 20:9 AMOLED panel which measures at 6.5-inches diagonally. On the camera side, it will be sporting a 48MP main sensor with an additional 8MP + 2MP + 2MP sensors (it is not clear which sensors play which function), while the front-facing camera features a 16MP resolution. The device has a 1955mAh battery. The OPPO Reno Ace wasn't launched outside of China though, so it is still in doubt that the Reno Ace2 will.

 


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The online gambling industry has expanded at an astonishing rate in recent years. Today, there are thousands of online casino operators across the globe, and their customer base is growing with each passing minute. As a result, more and more casino games are being released by the top game developers in the industry.

In this post, we'll take a look at the most popular casino games that you can easily find at UK casino online and other top casino sites.

Slots

One of the statistically most prominent online casino games is slot machines. The first one-arm bandit was introduced to the world in the late 19th century. After this, it took many years for the first online slot to show up. However, as soon as slots were offered by online casinos, they became an instant hit with players.

One of the major reasons for the immense popularity of online slots is the convenience that comes with them. Also, thousands of slot games with immersive themes are available at the top online gambling sites. So, the opportunity to pick between hundreds of themes means you won't be bored while playing slots.

Roulette

 

 

Many novice and experienced players love Roulette, which is one of the oldest casino games that are still popular today. The aim of the game is to just predict where the ball will land after the spinning of the wheel. If the guess is correct, the player wins the game.

There are various variants of Roulette and the house edge is different for each one. For instance, the European Roulette has only one zero, so the casino has an advantage of 2.70%. If you choose to play American Roulette, the house edge rises to 5.26% because of an additional zero.

If you are playing Roulette online, you can find even better options than European Roulette. French Roulette, for instance, has a house edge of 1.35% and some casinos even offer the no-zero Roulette.

Blackjack

Blackjack is amongst the most well-known casino card games. Unlike other games of chance, it involves the element of skill and strategy. Players are required to make a decision every single hand and it affects the outcome greatly.

If you know the rules of the game and have a knowledge of the basic strategy, the house edge could go as low as 1%, which is far better than other casino games. As such, you must dedicate time to understand the basic Blackjack strategy. The rules of the game are simple to learn, but learning to play the best hand at the correct time is another thing.

Fortunately, there are plenty of charts and strategies for Blackjack available online. If you choose to use one, make sure it's for the correct variant of Blackjack.

Baccarat

 

Baccarat

 

You may find it surprising, but the casino game that attracts many high rollers is Baccarat. Invented in Italy in the early 1400s, it is a traditional card game where there is a player hand and a dealer's hand. Both have a certain score depending on the cards and the one with the higher score wins the hand. You have the option to place a bet on both the player hand and the dealer's hand. 



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Who would have guessed back in the early 90s that we'd be walking around with hand-sized internet connected computers in only 2 decades, but here we are. The technological development has also meant that companies have to keep up with technology - or be eaten by competition. The amount of work related travel is increasing and people are working more from home, and mobile devices are essential

 

Not Just Gadgets Anymore

Mobile device technology has developed to a point where what used to be called " gadgets" can actually give a great productivity boost to a business. But the questions is, which devices are really needed? After all, the worst thing a company can do is to pour money into expensive technological investments that won't pay themselves back. At best, investing in technology can give a significant productivity boost and a good return on investment. Mobile devices have become just as serious investments any other usual investment in hardware and other semi-fixed capital, like an office printer or a company car, and are even equally covered by common business insurances. Let's have a look at mobile devices that provide essential support for business operations.

 

1. Smart phone

This is pretty obvious one and you probably wonder why is it even here? The reality is, that for several reasons, everyone really doesn't have a smartphone, and in these cases it's up to the employer to equip them with the necessary tools s for today's business. The first group are older people who don't mind using an older flip phone and actually prefer them, regarding smart phones as too complicated. The second group are new young anti-techies who believe that life is better with limited technology exposure. There might be some sense in that, but it doesn't mean that it would be a good idea to work without a smartphone. It would thus be a good idea to provide these employees with a free, possible cheaper smartphone model to keep them more integrated in the daily business of the company.

 

2. Tablet

A conference room tablet is very handy for presentations as well as passing notes or showing documents or files, especially at meetings. A tablet can be used to manage presentation slides, videos and other features very conveniently while talking and being engaged with the audience. It's also very handy to open documents and show them to others during a meeting or even during normal course of work.

 

3. E-reader

 

Ereader

 

Screen fatigue is a real problem, though it's not discussed much. E-readers' e-ink technology doesn't strain the eyes and is thus less stressful to the whole psyche of employees. Staring at the blue light of computers in rooms full of artificial fluorescent light is deemed to drain one's mind, especially one's creative energy and capabilities. In addition to usual creativity, this can weaken problem solving skills and make workers just generally less creative in their approach to anything. E-readers can give a great productivity boost especially in creative industries.

 

4. Portable projector

Smartphone screens have grown in the past few years, but they are still not big enough for multiple people to look at them or to comfortably watch longer videos. Portable projectors are very quick and easy to set up and enable multiple people to look at the same time, e.g. for a presentation. A few portable projectors will surely make life easier at the workplace and especially during work related travel, for example at a client meeting. And if worst come to worst, they can be used as backups for normal projectors.

 

5. Credit card reader

Credit card reader is the messiah to all small businesses who are trying minimize their fixed costs or operate in multiple locations. Traditional credit card readers are big and bulky machines that cost a lot and usually need to be plugged in. Services like iZettle offer cheap credit card readers that are also small and easy to use. Even a small business can afford to buy multiple pieces of these, enabling flexibility in the amount of checkout points in stores, and also payments on the road.

 


moto G8 power lite

 

Do you need a phone with a bigger battery size but with a less price tag? Motorola has recently unveiled the Moto G8 power lite, an affordable phone with a huge 5,000mAh battery. Just a couple of months ago, the company introduced the Moto G8 Power smartphone. The Lite version offers almost the same specifications but comes with a reasonably impressive price that is less than $200.


The device has a 6.5-inch HD+ display, the Moto G8 Power lite is powered by the powerful MediaTek Helio P35 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of onboard storage. The device comes with an expandable storage option that allows you to increase the storage up to 256Gb with a microSD card. As this is a power device it lives up to its name by featuring a high-capacity battery but relies on a micro USB port with charging at up to 10W speeds.


When it comes to the photography section, the device doesn't take it lite. At the rear side, you will find a triple camera array that has a 16-megapixel primary sensor, 2-megapixel macro lens, and 2-megapixel depth sensor. The selfie camera has an 8-megapixel lens and is housed within a display notch. There is also a rear-mounted capacitive fingerprint scanner to open the phone using biometric prints.


The only drawback here is that the device is still relying on the older version of Android Pie rather than Android 10 out of the box. Moto isn't very good with software updates and that makes us wonder that if the users will get the updated OS anytime sooner or not. The company has launched the phone in two amazing colors - turquoise and blue. It will be soon available for sale in selected markets like Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania over the coming weeks.


 



As the expansion and development of technology continues, mobile phones are now capable of doing anything and everything. Once just a contact outlet, smartphones have developed into a small computer, enabling gaming at the touch of a button. 


Whether that be shooter games like COD or gambling platforms like Fansbet Casino, the smartphone can do it all at the touch of your fingertips. 


Of course, not every mobile phone can do this, so, just which handset should you look out for gaming on the go?

Apple iPhone XR

It's remarkable that Apple has just one phone on this list, but the iPhone XR is the only iOS platform worthy of a spot. A super-powerful processor and powerful graphics performance really do bring gaming to life, and a 6.1-inch LCD screen enhances this experience.


Of course, the iOS games library differs somewhat to the Android store, so you can pick up games with the XR that would otherwise be unavailable. And, at £519 it is not the most expensive gaming smartphone out there.

Asus ROG Phone

Asus do about everything just right with their ROG Phone for it to be considered a gaming smartphone. A large memory and a powerful and quick processor enables smooth gaming, and, a customised incase cooling regulation, ensures this smooth gaming lasts for hours.


A 6-inch screen and high refresh rate enhances the immersion whilst the AirTrigger sensors that come with it are sensitive enough to categorically improve in-game action control. At £539.99 it may empty your wallet or purse, but it would be worth it.


Huawei Mate 20 Pro

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro brings gaming to life with a fast processor and large storage as its enormous battery enables a day's worth of gaming. How well a mobile runs is often the first point of call for a gamer, but the Mate's smooth running ensures no complaints whatsoever.


Because the Mate is not actually listed as a gaming phone, it still does the job as a normal smartphone incredibly well. Mobile photography, for example, is of a very high standard. Priced at under £400, the Mate is also the cheapest phone on this list.

OnePlus 7 Pro

A gaming phone in all but name, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a gaming extravaganza. Curved etches and no notch give the Pro a superb feel, whilst the addition of Dolby Atmos-compatible stereo speakers provide the user with brilliant audio and an even better performance.


The Pro possesses a picture quality to die for as the upgraded Gaming Mode comes into its own, but a high refresh rate completes the Pro, ensuring the phone is compatible with the most intense games. And, you can fully immerse yourself in the Pro with the ability to block notifications and calls whilst playing.


Priced at over £500, however, the Pro is not exactly cheap.


Razer Phone 2

 

A normal smartphone turned into an incredible piece of gaming equipment, the Razer Phone 2 stands out immediately for the gamer.


The Razer 2 is able to support any game or casino slot on the Android market due to its increased power from the original Razer, and, with a brighter screen, louder speakers and an enhanced cooling apparatus, the 2 really does improve the gaming experience.


It also operates as an impressive phone, with a dual-lens high-resolution camera and improved water resistance providing the basic necessities. Its price, however, is far from basic as the Razer 2 will set you back nearly £780, making it a heavy investment.


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