The premium smartphone space in India has been completely dominated by Samsung and Apple till now, but over the recent years, things started to change in favor of Chinese smartphone manufacturers like OnePlus, Xiaomi's Mi 11 Ultra, and Vivo with X60 and Y73 series. We have already seen the Vivo X60 standard, Pro, and Pro plus in action and these smartphones turned out to be an impressive set of phones that can shoot a lot of videos.
Vivo has teased the launch of another budget-friendly smartphone - Vivo Y73 in India soon. The company has taken to Twitter to show off its first teaser of the smartphone after its launch was already tipped last week. The phone is expected to be around 20,000 INR. The phone is expected to have a triple rear camera system on the back panel.
The company tweeted the teaser on its Indian Twitter account, hinting at the imminent release of Vivo Y73 in the region. As per the teaser, the phone will be available in two colors - Blue and Black. The Blue has a diamond-patterned design and features a water drop-style notch at the front. The teaser suggests that the phone is coming soon but they haven't announced the date yet. The upcoming smartphone is rumored to feature an AMOLED display.
The phone has 8GB RAM and is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G90 SoC and run on Android 11. The Google Play console listing suggests that Vivo Y73 will feature a full HD+ display with 1080x2400 pixels. The phone is tipped to carry model number V2059. The phone is said to have at least three camera sensors inside the module in a triangular formation, with a large camera sensor on the top and two small cameras being placed at the bottom. The phone has a sleek design with power and volume buttons on the phone's right side.
The concept Augmented Reality Nobody expected AR to become a recent system for the general when it was initially offered by Boeing as an internal tool to improve development. In reality, no one could have predicted that AR apps would be so widely distributed.
But we all know how quickly AR has become a part of everyday life. The virtual reality opportunities offered by AR has grown so prevalent that it is no longer considered an exotic technology. That is unquestionably excellent news for entrepreneurs. Especially when businesses wish to communicate with clients electronically but cannot afford to do so in person.
Augmented reality displays data in neatly summarized digital pieces. It saves the stress of having to analyses too much knowledge in order to reach a decision. AR can assist users make rapid judgments without information load, whether it's to identify a component by size or to gauge the popularity of a business with a star rating.
Enables one-of-a-kind customer experiences
The most significant advantage of Virtual Environments is that it produces one-of-a-kind mobile experience that combine the finest of the hardware and software. It also does not require any specific gear or software to enjoy the experience.
Digital Technology may be experienced with standard cellphones and mobile apps. Indeed, recent advancements in AR have enabled unique environments to be accessed via web browsers.
Now, what distinguishes AR experiences from other events? Some most digital audio and video encounters we are aware of are whether in the physical or electronic realms. For example, augmented reality combines two realities. It layers digital components on top of physical components, resulting in a mirage appearance.
When approaching a tourist spot, for example, people may aim their cellphones towards it. When observed via the touchscreen, the AR app displays digital phrases, allowing customers to ingest both digital content information at the same time
It reduces overtraining
Have you ever attempted to fix a car with a manual? If not, try it and you'll immediately understand what a horrible idea it is. Nothing against supporting manuals and documentation, however they rarely assist novice users understand how to solve things. Especially if it is a new model that differs from prior automobile models and engineering.
The memory and information load is what we're talking about here. Intellectual overload occurs when your working memory is forced to process far more knowledge than it can easily manage. That you're unable to accept it, you become frustrated and your judgment suffers.
Increases user engagement
When it initially became established, Augmented Reality was mostly seen as a game and fun technology. However, over time, it has evolved into a number of different use cases that can bring significant financial benefits. One such benefit is increased user engagement.
If there is one objective that most business executives will promote in 2021 and beyond, it is enhancing user engagement. User involvement serves as a springboard to a slew of other advantages. From increased spending to increased brand loyalty, there are several benefits for both a new and existing organisation. The difficulty is to serve the correct information to the right user at the right moment so that they interact.
Strategy in the marketplace
In a market when all rivals provide similar items in the same price range, brands must differentiate themselves. For a long time, businesses have differentiated themselves through traditional advertisements and the creative opportunities they provide.
Augmented Reality will enable businesses to go farther with unique advertising that would differentiate them in a competitive market.
The sportswear market is without a doubt one of the most congested and densely packed. Despite the fact that Nike has been around for a long time, retaining its market position and attracting younger clients requires extra work. Particularly when the opposition is hot on your tail with fresh revolutionary items
How does augmented reality task effectively?
Augmented reality employs a variety of technologies, including pattern recognition, positioning, simultaneous localization, and depth tracking. These technologies enable the superimposition of digital media on top of the actual items. These systems take real-time information, synthesize it, and send it to servers hosting AR content, where it is blended together and provided to the end user.
The AR software captures the real-time physical surroundings using the camera on the user's smartphone. Computer vision (which is frequently supplemented by advanced analytic technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms) captures the user's real-time surroundings. Location specific synchronized positioning and depth tracking are techniques that measure the numerous dimensions in which the picture must be projected.
SLAM works by using localising sensors in a device, such as a gyroscope or an acceleration. This device is used to map a full space or an item. Once the image mappings is accomplished, SLAM executes an AR image projection, which projects the picture in the correct dimension on physical environments
Depth tracking is the measurement of an object's distance from the camera sensor. It is used to calculate the magnitude and dimensions of the virtual item in the actual surroundings. Consider how your camera works while taking live focus photos. It concentrates on the picture within a certain distance while blurring the rest of the surroundings. Furthermore, depth monitoring monitors the object's distance from the camera while ignoring the rest of the backdrop, allowing the picture to be analyzed for AR simulation.
Image transformation and presentation
The final stage of AR stimulation is image enhancement and projection. The AR application makes the final render of the picture and projected it to the user's device at this point. The operating system might be a specialised hololens, a smart phone, a desktop computer, or any other specially designed AR device.
These technologies have enabled the AR application to provide the user with an immersive experience; nonetheless, the programme identifies objects in a variety of methods.
The portable or smartphone-based AR gadgets will be the most popular with all the other categories of AR devices. These sorts of gadgets are always in the billions, are inexpensive, and do not have any flaws like the other forms of AR devices. They are easier to transport, have more computational power, and have considerably superior displays than specialised AR devices.