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Flipkart Billion Capture+ Phone With Dual Rear Cameras Launched: Price, Specifications
Capture+ is the first smartphone from Flipkart under its Billion brand
It goes on sale starting November 15
The Flipkart phone comes in two variants
Flipkart Billion Capture+ price in India
The Billion Capture+ has been launched in India with a starting price of Rs. 10,999 for 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. There is another variant, priced at Rs. 12,999 for 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The Capture+ will be available in Mystic Black and Desert Gold colors.
Flipkart has also announced launch offers where consumers can get finance options such as No Cost EMI, and discounts on select debit/credit cards and more. The e-commerce retailer has confirmed the launch of its Billion Capture+ smartphone in India on November 15.
Flipkart Billion Capture+ specifications
The all-new Billion Capture+ will sport metallic body and come with rounded corners for easy grip. The smartphone runs stock Android 7.1.2 Nougat with a promise of no bloatware and an upgrade to Android Oreo. It features a 5.5-inc full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display with 2.5D Dragontrail glass on top and a 401ppi pixel density. Under the hood, the handset is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 3GB and 4GB RAM. The smartphone supports expandable storage via microSD card (up to 128GB). Unfortunately, the company is yet to reveal the free cloud storage service tied up to the Capture+ smartphone that it has been teasing. It packs a 3500mAh battery and is claimed to offer two-days of battery life. It supports USB Type-C with quick charge support. Flipkart says that it can offer up to 7 hours of battery life in 15 minutes of charging.
Musical.ly to Be Bought by Bytedance in Deal Said to Be Valued at Up to $1 Billion
Chinese online content platform Bytedance said on Friday it would buy popular lip-sync platform Musical.ly, in a deal seen valued at up to $1 billion (roughly Rs. 6,517 crores) that underlines the global ambitions of the fast-growing tech startup.
Samsung Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC Launched, Based on 10nm FinFET Process
- Samsung unveils the Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC (System on a chip)
- It is likely to debut on the company’s Galaxy S9
- The chipset can be expected to feature on phones next year
- The Exynos 9 Series is said to be the company’s first processor chipset built on the 10-nanometer FinFET process technology.
Infinix Zero 5 Launch Set for November 14, Tipped to Support Dual Cameras
Transsion Holdings brand Infinix is all set to launch a new flagship smartphone on Tuesday, November 14. Called the Infinix Zero 5, the smartphone will be launched at an event in Dubai but will make its way into India. To recall, Infinix made its entry into the Indian market in August this year with the launch of its Note 4 and Hot 4 Pro handsets. The brand has been conspicuously silent since.
An IANS report citing industry sources claims that the Infinix Zero 5 will sport an ‘edge-to-edge’ display, a dual camera system, and would be priced below Rs. 20,000 when it hits markets before the end of November. The report also claims the smartphone would bear 6GB of RAM and come with 128GB of inbuilt storage that will be expandable via microSD card.
Apple Looks Set to Boost Low-Light iPhone Photography With InVisage Acquisition
- Apple has provided its traditional statement to confirm the deal
- InVisage Technologies offer quantum dots-based QuantumFilm image sensor
- The development would bring compact camera modules to Apple devices
Facebook Says Trained Person Will Review Nude Images to Curb Revenge Porn
How does the mechanism work?
Australians can complete an online form on the eSafety Commissioner’s official website. To establish which image is of concern, people will be asked to send the image to themselves on Messenger.
The eSafety Commissioner’s office notifies Facebook of the submission (via their form). However, they do not have access to the actual image.
Once Facebook receives this notification, a specially trained representative from its Community Operations team reviews and hashes the image, which creates a human-unreadable, numerical fingerprint of it.
Facebook stores the photo hash – not the photo – to prevent someone from uploading the photo in the future.
“If someone tries to upload the image to our platform, like all photos on Facebook, it is run through a database of these hashes and if it matches we do not allow it to be posted or shared,” Davis said.
“Once we hash the photo, we notify the person who submitted the report via the secure email they provided to the eSafety Commissioner’s office and ask them to delete the photo from the Messenger thread on their device. Once they delete the image from the thread, we will delete the image from our servers,” Davis noted.
Twitter Now Supports 50-Character Display Names
- Twitter users can now use display names to 50 characters
- Twitter recently doubled tweet character limit
- The changes now available for all
Micro-blogging service Twitter has more than doubled the display name character count to 50. The new change comes merely days after all Twitter users received the 280-character tweet limit support. Previously, Twitter supported 20 character display names, which was criticised by man
With the new announcements, Twitter users can now have display name up to 50 characters long while username (or @handle) can be up to 15 characters long. For those confused with the difference between username and display name on Twitter, a username appears in profile URL and is unique to a user. It is usually also called as Twitter handle and is displayed as @XYZ. It’s also used for logging in, replies, and Direct Messages while display name is a personal identifier (like a real name) displayed in profile page and used to identify a user. On Twitter, display name and username are generally not the same.
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