Today POCO organized an online event to reveal its latest smartphone in India. The company announced the POCO M3 smartphone which was already revealed for the global market in the last year. Only a few backs in November, POCO released M2 for the Indian market and now they have come up with its successor. The POCO M3 falls in the mid-range smartphone category and features a tall aspect ratio screen with a massive 6,000mAh battery. The best part about the phone is its price which is roughly starting from Rs. 9,999.
The phone has an IPS LCD panel of 5.3-inches. POCO didn't try anything crazy with the refresh rate and keep it to the usual 60Hz which helps the company to produce a lower-cost smartphone. The phone has a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The device has a Gorilla Glass 3 protection for the front panel. The device comes with support for Widevine L1 for playback of streaming content from OTT platforms. The phone has a unique large-sized rectangle-shaped camera housing on the rear side of the phone that has a 48-megapixel primary camera with f/1.79 aperture and two 2-megapixel camera sensor for creating depth effects and taking macro shots without compromising the quality of the pictures.
The POCO M3 also supports photography features like AI beautify, AI scene detection, night mode, portrait mode, panorama, and time-lapse, etc. You can shoot 120fps slow-motion video on the phone along with 1080p video at 30fps. The POCO M3 has a snapdragon 662 processing chip under its hood along with LPDDR4x RAM and UFS 21 and 2.2 internal storage options. The POCO M3 comes with other features such as dual stereo speakers, an IR blaster, dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB-C, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone will be available in two variants in India with 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage configurations. You can purchase the phone in Yellow, Cool Blue, and Power Black colors. The POCO M3 will go on sale starting from Feb 9 at 12PM local time in India on Flipkart. ICIC bank card owners would get a flat discount of 1,000 on the device.
Microsoft Office 365 subscribers will receive unlimited OneDrive cloud storage going forward. OneDrive subscription plans that include the sweet cloud storage option kick off at $6.99 per month.
The new arrangement will begin rolling out to users with Home, Personal, and University accounts beginning today. OneDrive for Business customers will have to wait until 2015 to get the treatment. Unlimited cloud storage is bound to make the already capable Microsoft Office 365 an even more attractive proposition.
HMD has decided to redesign its whale series of smartphones and came up with three lines of phone - the C series which is the entry level series, the G series which is targeted towards budget-conscious audience, and the X series which is premium series. Despite X series being the most expensive one, it is still affordable compared to many other flagship smartphones with similar specs.
The latest smartphones introduced in the series are X10 and X20. If you are wondering what is the difference and which one you should buy, keep reading on and together we find the answer.Let's talk about the design first. To my surprise, there isn't any difference in the design of Nokia X10 and X20 and has come with the same display. Both devices share the same IPS LCD panel of 6.67-inches, full HD+ resolution with 1080x2400 pixels.
Both phones are powered by the Snapdragon 480 processor that comes with 5G connectivity. The processor might be the same but the memory and storage configurations aren't. The Nokia X10 is available in three variations - 6/64 GB, 4/128 GB, and 6/128 GB. Nokia X20 comes with 6/128 GB and 8/128GB configurations of RAM and internal storage. Both phones share the same 4,470mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging. The battery life isn't bad and can last for more than a day with a moderate usage.
Perhaps the biggest difference between these two cameras lies within the photography department. The Nokia X20 has a 48MP primary camera sensor while the Nokia X20 has a 64MP primary camera. Both phones use the Car Zeiss optics that allow these phones to deliver great picture quality. The front camera of Nokia X10 shoots selfie with 8MP camera while X20 comes with an amazing 32MP selfie camera sensor. X10 has 48MP+5MP+2MP+2MP camera specs whereas X20 features a quad camera system consisting of 64MP+5MP+2MP+2MP camera sensors. The Nokia X10 is available in Forest and Snow hues, while the Nokia X20 was launched in two different color variants: Midnight Sun and Nordic Blue.
Later last week, Sony Pictures firm got hacked and the hackers stole very sensitive data as an objection on Sony's latest movie "The Interview" that makes fun of the North Korean dictator Kim. Yesterday, the U.S. Pres. Obama said FBI confirmed that North Korea was behind the Hacking attack and the 9/11 attack threats made if Sony released the movie.
North Korea has ratcheted the absurdity level of the Sony hack up a notch by again pleading its innocence and even offering to help find the real perpetrators. North Korea is so anxious to help in the investigation that it used some particularly bellicose language in warning the US of "grave consequences" if it doesn't undertake a joint probe. While on the one hand denying culpability, the rogue nation's propaganda arm KCNA nevertheless went on in great detail about how the Interview "defamed its dignity," and said it would retaliate if the US refuses to work with it.
For now, the movie is still on hold, a decision that was criticized by President Obama and others. However, Sony said yesterday that it hadn't been cowed and may still release the Seth Rogan/James Franco film.
Having an Internet access while flying is important to stay online while flying, either for work or just entertainment. Many major airlines now offer internet access to their passengers through an on-board Wi-Fi connection. Data is delivered via satellites or from ground-based cellular antennas beaming 3G/4G airwaves at the sky. However, its very expensive, starting from $30 per flight.
To make things easy, Here is a list of Airlines with free Wi-Fi internet access on their flights:
• Norwegian Airlines: has high-speed broadband on flights within Europe. The service is available on the company's Boeing 737-800 aircrafts.
• JetBlue: has all of its Airbus 321s and most of its A320 planes equipped with Wi-Fi gear. There's a catch, however. The free access option imposes restrictions on your connection. To go online at full speed, you'll have to buy a pass.
• Hongkong Airlines: has free Wi-Fi on its Airbus A330-200 aircraft operating from London to Hong Kong. The connection speed, however, is limited for those using a free pass.
• Air China: free Wi-Fi service comes with a catch. Passengers cannot connect to it from their smartphones as these are not allowed to be on during flights. Tablets and laptops, on the other hand, are A-OK.
• Nok Air: provides free Wi-Fi internet access on domestic flights throughout Thailand. The service is only available on two aircrafts, however.
It was only yesterday that the iPhone 6 duo went on sale in China and we're already hearing the first juicy reports.
Apparently, China Unicom, the country's second biggest carrier, has hired on-site tailors for its store in Shanghai to offer the service of pocket enlargement to those customers who opt for the bigger iPhone 6 Plus.
It's highly unlikely however that these "Pocket Plus" adjustment services are anything more than a cleverly devised publicity stint. Big-screen smartphones are no novelty in Asia and I doubt that customers there need any pocket adjustment to accommodate the late-to-the-big-screen-party iPhone.
In the competitive field of online casinos, everyone has one offer or the other for newcomers and loyal returning customers. The no deposit bonus is a popular practice which gives the user free money or credits to get started with gambling, without actually spending any of his/her own money. You cannot withdraw the in-game cash given to you as a bonus though. You can only use it to play games on that particular site. Before joining a casino, you should look at the offers made to you and compare them with other offers from different casinos to find and take advantage of the best no deposit casino available.
Bonus cash is a no deposit extra which puts some in-game cash into the player's account, even when he has not spent any real money on the casino games yet. These offers are particularly good for first time joiners and help them to get a feel of how things work on the site.
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Although free spins usually do not have prizes as good as paid ones, anything you may win with one of these are for you to keep. Free spins are a good way to test out some of the slot games available on the casino to find the ones you like.
You may not find it in all online casinos, but some of them do return a portion of the money you have lost while gambling at the end of each week or month. The percentage of the losses which they could return back to you is known as a cashback bonus. The amount will vary depending on how much you have spent during the last week or month and there could be limits on the maximum amount that can be returned to you via cashback.
Similar to cash bonuses, a credit bonus also allows players to get free entry to certain games, but they most often come with a time limit and are only applicable to a few particular games at any one time. The promo credits will disappear after the announced timeframe is over.
A credit bonus is a good offer if you are already a member and the credits are being given on a game that you like. However, if you are looking to join an online casino as a new member, make sure that you get a lot of bonus cash, free spins and maybe even a good cashback percentage on your first week.
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