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Technology has never been as disposable as it is right now. When your laptop is old, you throw it away and buy a new one. When a new version of the iPad (or your preferred brand of tablet) is released, you stop using the old one even if there's nothing mechanically wrong with it. Above and beyond all of this, you probably replace your mobile phone every one to two years as your existing contract comes to an end. You copy all the data, photographs, and apps across from your old phone to your new one, and then your old phone goes in a drawer, never to be used again. 

Whenever you go through the upgrade process, you'll find that your network tries to push one of the latest high-functioning brand-new handsets on you. Even if they weren't doing that, you'd probably be drawn to those phones anyway. Because new phones are released every year, you're left with the impression that the technology that's inside them improves every year, too, and that your best option is to get a newer phone in order to stay ahead of the curve. Is that always the case, though? It's the most expensive choice to make, but is it the right one? Could you save money by getting an older refurbished phone and never notice the difference? 

There are a few things to consider if you're looking at replacing your current phone with a refurbished model, and they boil down to what we call ‘phone essentials.' We'll tackle them one at a time. 

How Good Is The Phone's Camera? 

Despite what everyone believes, the processors inside mobile phones don't usually get better with every passing year. The Snapdragon processor inside the best phones right now is the same as the Snapdragon processor that was inside last year's phones. The cameras, however, do get better. Very few people have digital cameras anymore, and so we rely on our phones as a replacement for them. Right now, the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 Pro are thought to have the best phone cameras on the market, but the latest Huawei isn't far behind them. If you can get a refurbished or second-hand model of any of those phones, you'll likely have nothing to worry about in terms of picture quality for the next two years. Your quality guide for this is the megapixel count. If photos are vitally important to you, you might prefer to get a newer phone.

How Good Is It At Playing Games? 

This all comes back to what we said earlier about processors. The games that phones are required to play now are very different from the games that phones played twenty years ago when 'Snake' was popular. Nowadays, people expect their handsets to cope with the latest mobile version of 'Fornite.' There's good news here, though. The first thing to remember is that recently, video games have been taking cues from online slots websites. You don't need to own a casino to play an online slots UK, and you no longer need to own a console to play a video game. Services like Google Stadia mean that games can be played via streaming from servers elsewhere - the exact same way that online slots websites serve their customers - and so there's no strain on your hardware. The second thing to remember is that processors don't improve all that much from year to year. So long as your refurbished phone is well-maintained, there's no reason that a two-year-old phone can't run games just as well as a brand new one can. 

What's The Battery Life Like? 

This is the real killer when it comes to picking up a second-hand or refurbished model. Even with the best will in the world and a very careful owner, the life cycle of a phone's battery will depreciate over time. Apple has even cited this as the reason they deliberately slow their older phone models down over time. There's nothing that can be done to avoid this - it's a process of simple wear and tear that will happen to every phone. It's possible in some cases to acquire a new or refurbished battery at the same time you acquire your refurbished phone, but from a practical point of view, this often pushes the cost up so high that you might as well just bite the bullet and get a new phone. It's not all bad news, though. The competitiveness of your second-hand phone's battery life will depend on how good the phone was when it was brand new. A two-year-old 'flagship' phone from a major provider like Samsung might have a better battery life than a brand new budget phone from a lesser-known provider because it uses superior parts. 

How Much Storage Does It Come With? 

Here's another factor that can kill the effectiveness of older phones. While the size of the average mobile phone isn't getting all that much bigger (unless you choose to buy a phone with an enormous screen), the amount of storage inside them is. Thirty-two gigabytes used to be considered a massive amount of space. Now it's considered insufficient, and 128GB is about the industry average. That will probably double a year from now, and double again the year after. Modern apps take up so much space that you can find yourself running short surprisingly quickly, and if you allow apps like WhatsApp to store all picture and video content directly to your phone, you'll find the space disappearing even faster. This doesn't have to be a barrier to buying an older phone if you apply a little creative thinking to the problem, though. We live in the age of cloud storage. So long as you're comfortable with the idea of your phone constantly backing everything up to the cloud (use a solid password, and you should be fine), there's no reason to store anything on your phone at all. An uncluttered old phone will run faster than a cluttered new one, and you'll get much more life out of it. 

If budget is no issue, then it's better to buy a new phone than an old one in almost all cases. If you're inclined to save a little cash, though, and you don't mind sacrificing a little space or speed, last year's flagship phones are still capable of delivering high performance. Don't feel trapped by a sneaky salesperson - consider all of your options carefully before making a decision.

 


Japan-gambling

 

Gambling and online casinos have become extremely popular over the past few years. The gambling industry is growing at an extremely fast rate with billions of dollars being spent in online casinos every year. In the past, the citizens of Japan would have to travel to the US to enjoy gambling, however, this is no longer the case. Japanese people can now access online casinos wherever they are in the world.

But which are the most popular online casino games for Japanese people? Some of the games that are popular with Japanese people are different from the games that are popular amongst people from the rest of the world. Here are some of the top casino games for Japanese people:

Baccarat

One of the most popular casino games amongst Japanese people is baccarat. This game usually has a higher roller stigma in the US, but it hasn't gone with it to Japan. Asians enjoy baccarat because they're not able to win consistently and it's a game of fate. The Japanese people strongly believe in fate and this is why they're drawn to the game of baccarat. 

Baccarat is a relatively easy game to play, but it is a game of chance. So, if you want a game where you're guaranteed to win money (or not lose money) then this might not be the right choice for you. If you're looking for a game that's perfect for you, then visit sites like Manekichi Casino for instance.

Mahjong

 

Mah-jong

 

Most people are familiar with the non-gambling or computer versions of Mahjong. It's fairly popular in the US but is even more popular amongst the Japanese people. The Asian version of this game is slightly different to the well-known version. This game is played with dominoes instead of cards. 

One of the main reasons why this game is so popular with the Japanese people is because it's a game that started and developed through the Asian culture. This game requires you to stay focused and be good at making quick decisions because if you make the wrong decision, you could lose the game.

 

Pachinko

 

Pachinko

This game is similar to an American pinball machine. It's a mix of both a slot machine game and a pinball machine game. It originated in Japan, which is why it's so popular amongst the Japanese people. The first version of this game was completely manual, however, in recent years we've seen digital versions of the game becoming extremely popular.

This game isn't popular or available in most countries around the world, but it can be found on online casino websites and in Asian casinos. Pachinko was first introduced in the 1900s and winners back then would receive soup, soap, sweets for the kids, or tobacco for the adults. 

Sic Bo

 

Sic-bo

 

This game is from the ancient Chinese culture and has been around for thousands of years. It can be found in casinos all around the world, but the Japanese people enjoy it the most because they enjoy games that are based on pure luck. 

The game gives players over 50 options to choose from and has brilliant wagering options. It also has a pretty good payout rate of approximately 180 to 1. The game of Sic Bo is fast paced and may seem confusing to new players but once you get the hang of it there's nothing much simpler. 

The main aim of the game is to predict which face the dice will land on before they're rolled. You can choose to place a bet on one, two or all three of the dice being rolled. Once all the bets are in, the dice are rolled, and if any of the dice roll the number you predicted, you win. 

Pai Gow Poker

This is a fairly new game in the gambling world. It was first produced in 1985 and was based on the game of Pusoy. This game is like the Chinese version of Pai Gow but it is played with cards and not dominoes. 

The main aim of the game is to create two poker hands out of the cards you are given. These hands should be a two-card poker hand and a five-card poker hand that is better than the dealer's hands. Your five-card hand must also be better than your two-card hand in order to win. 

The popularity of gambling and casinos is still increasing. Every year we spend billions of dollars in this industry and it doesn't look like things will change anytime soon. There are a number of casino games enjoyed by Japanese people around the world, which one is your favorite?


redmi

 

There is a good percentage of mobile users prefer to play video games when they have to kill their time. And knowing while mobile is better at games can be its selling point. Redmi Note 8 Pro series is known as one of the best performing mid-range devices of the last year. The Redmi Note 8 Pro features a very powerful processor MediaTek Helio G90T which is specifically made for gamers. The latest price for the pro model is around $184 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage variants. What special about this phone is that it beats one of the very expensive Galaxy S20 Plus in gaming tests that came out as a surprise for many users.


The test was performed by YouTube Chong Li who posted a video on the gaming comparison of Redmi Note 8 Pro Vs. Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. He played a top-tier game PUBG mobile which is a graphically intense game for mobile devices. He ran the test for 30-minutes and results were completely unexpected. The Redmi Note 8 Pro uses the MediaTek chip whereas the Redmi Exynos 990 struggle to maintain a stable 60fps for more than 10 minutes and dropped to 50fps. The drop is caused by overheating and throttling caused by game processing for a long time.

 

Here it is important to note that Galaxy S20 plus is available in Exynos 990 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 variants. Although the Snapdragon is only available for the USA and South Korea. The Exynos version is aimed at Asian countries. Although Exynos isn't too bad as well but can't compete with MediaTek processors. The latest Exynos 992 is 1-3% more power-efficient than Snapdragon 865 and its predecessor and we expect better work in the future as well. We may see Exynos 1000 chipset that will be made in collaboration with AMD.


iPhone SE

 

iPhone SE has already established itself as a deal-breaker even before its official launch with its $399 price tag. It's not the most expensive smartphone, but it has the potential to compete with a few priciest phones in the market. On a call with thestreet.com last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that this year's iPhone SE, an updated version of the iPhone SE released in 2016, has had an outstanding reception so far - from two constituencies in particular.


"I have seen a strong customer response to iPhone SE, which is our most affordable iPhone. But it appears that those customers are primarily coming from wanting a smaller form factor with the latest technology or coming over from Android," Cook said. TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote recently that early iPhone SE sales were "better than expected," while also cautioning that overall iPhone sales are likely to drop 20% to 25% in the current quarter. Loup Ventures' Gene Munster also raised his sales outlook for the iPhone SE in late April, forecasting that the new model will account for about 20% of all iPhone sales over the next 12 months, equivalent to 30 million units.


iPhone SE has a retina HD display, with a 4.7-inch LCD multi-touch display and IPS technology. It has a 1330x750 pixel resolution at 326 PPI. The phone is available in white, black colors with 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage capacity options. The device is powered by an A13 bionic chip that is the third-generation neural engine. The camera is a 12MP wide lens and can be zoomed by 5x digitally.


Apple iPhone XR was labeled as Apple's most affordable phone when it was launched back in the year 2018. It was also the best-selling smartphone of the year as well. A recent survey by Ting, which asked 3,000 people about their last smartphone upgrade, found that 22% switched to iPhone from Android, whereas only 6% made the reverse switch. Price -- not necessarily features -- is the primary motivating factor for many consumers.


xiamoi mi 10

 

It took some time for Xiaomi to ship its latest Mi 10 5G smartphone in India because of the coronavirus situation in the country and all over the world but, finally, it was launched today. The main selling key of the phone is its extraordinary 108Mp camera, which the company takes lots of pride. The phone was already in the news for its camera specification but other highlights are its super-fast Snapdragon 865 processor, 5G support, and a 4780mAh battery which comes with wireless and wired fast charging feature.


The devices come with a 3D glass back design with corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection available in coral green and twilight grey colors. The Mi 10 features a 6.67-inch full HD+ AMOLED display with a 90Hz display refresh rate. The smartphone has a multi-layered cooling chamber to cool down the device while you are playing video games on it. To supplement the hardware specs, the phone comes with much better software and apps integration. Google apps such as the Dailer, messages, and contact app will replace Xiamoi's apps to speed up the whole Android experience for the end-users.


The phone features a 108MP camera sensor that is much larger than the 48MP and 64Mp sensors that have been trending recently. There is also a 13MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP portrait camera with auto-focus, and a 2MP depth sensor as part of the camera system. The Mi 10 can capture up to 8K video at 30fps and 4K video at 60fps. The phone has 128GB and 256GB storage. The phone doesn't have a 3.5mm jack and has a USB Type-C audio interface instead. The company also launched the Mi 30W wireless charger that is available at Rs. 1999 for a limited period and will go back to the regular price at Rs. 2299 after the discount periods end. The price in India starts at Rs. 49,999 for the 8GB and 128Gb version while the other variant is priced at Rs. 54,999. The pre-orders have already started today.

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