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Install Android Q in your smartphone install, follow these steps

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Google’s new Android Q has been rollout for operating system users. It has been introduced in beta version. First of all, this update has been provided in Google Pixel Devices. It includes pixels 2, pixels 2xL, pixels 3, pixels 3xl smartphones. If you also use a pixel smartphone, then you can also update Android Q. However, before this it is important to remember that before updating your phone, you must backup your data. Here we are telling you how to install and download Android Q in your phone.

Make this pixel smartphone a success Android beta version update:

Users must first go to google.com/android/beta.
After this you have to enroll for the Android Beta program.
After enrolling, users will receive a notification. It will be written that your system is ready to update.
After this you will have an option of post install. After installing, you will have to reset the smartphone.
After this your Android smartphone will come in beta.
If you want to come back to your old version then go to the Beta website and click on the opt-out option. After this you will have an update during the next 24 hours. After this update, you have to reset the smartphone.

This new feature will reinvigorate the rapidly viral patch photos on Whatsapp

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Facebook’s proprietary messaging app Whatsapp is working on another new feature. According to a report, Whatsapp is testing beta testing of the search image for its users. This feature has been spotted recently. Whatsapp is preparing this search image feature with Google’s reverse image search feature. Apart from this, the new transjordan flag emoji has also been spotted in Android version 2.19.73 of Whatsapp Beta. This emoji has been spotted with United Nation and LGBT flag. However, there is currently no information available about these Whatsapp features when rolled out. The new update to WhatsApp 2.19.31 for iOS users has been rolled out. This new update has fixed several bugs in the app.

This new feature will reinvigorate the rapidly viral patch photos on Whatsapp

According to the publishing report in Whatsapp Beta Tracker WABetaInfo, both of these features have been spotted in the Whatsapp Beta version 2.19.73 of Android users. Also, they have also done this mantra that this feature is currently not available for regular users. This feature has been released as beta testing. If you search any image through this feature, then it will redirect you to Google’s reverse image. Before redirecting your search, you will be told that your query is being met through Google search. If you do Agri, you can search the image by tapping on the search.

Help to stop fake news

According to the report, it is important because Whatsapp’s search feature searches the image on websites using Google APIs. As soon as you upload any image, Whatsapp opens a web browser and shows the image’s results. This feature can also be used to identify Fake News. If a picture is becoming viral on Whatsapp then it can be traced through Google’s reverse image feature to find out if the picture is flipped or not. This feature will help in stopping fake or fake pictures from the arrival of this feature.

Google Chrome could be changing as users set to receive this useful new feature

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Chrome is regularly updated by Google, meaning new changes and improvements are regularly introduced

Google Chrome is the American tech giant's internet client that is incredibly popular.

In fact, Chrome is the world's most popular browser on desktops and smartphones, meaning it surpasses rivals like Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox and Safari in terms of monthly users.

Chrome is regularly updated by Google, meaning new changes and improvements are consistently introduced.

Before fresh features for the browser arrive for all users, they are typically released for Chrome Canary.

Chrome Canary is an experimental version of the client that is used to test forthcoming functions.

XDA Developers recently noticed a new feature for Chrome on Android that suggests Google is working on a new way to navigate through different tabs.

The outlet posted images of what it dubbed a "bottom toolbar" that displayed icons for different pages the user had open.

The functionality was positioned at the bottom of the user's display, just above the device's Android navigation keys.

In addition to showcasing icons for pages already open, a "+" icon was also shown that allowed new tabs to be opened.

XDA Developers also noted a tiny arrow was present on the toolbar that was shown to present an expanded view of the current tabs the user had open.

The new method of switching between, and opening, new tabs appears to allow for much faster navigation than is currently present in Chrome.

At the moment, if a user wants to switch between tabs they have to press a toggle next to the URL.

From there the user is able to view all the tabs they have open and switch accordingly.

This particular screen also allows for a new tab to be opened.

Alternatively, a new tab can be opened by pressing the settings button at the top right-hand corner of the software.

XDA Developers noted the new tool has not yet available in Chrome Canary - it is unknown how the outlet discovered it.

However, the publication's discovery does appear to suggest Google is experimenting with new methods of tab navigation.

It is unknown if or when the new feature will release for all Chrome users.

Fujifilm’s X-T30 shrinks the X-T3 in size and price

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Fujifilm continues its effort to conquer the APS-C mirrorless market with the launch of the $899 X-T30, a slightly stripped down version of the X-T3. It’s much improved over its predecessor, the X-T20, with the addition of a focus joystick and much smaller touchscreen. On top of that, it shares the X-T3’s 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 BSI (backside-illuminated) sensor and quad-core X-Processor, bringing better resolution and faster shooting speeds. It has a similarly classy, but much smaller body that weighs just 383 grams (0.89 pounds), compared to 539 grams for the X-T3.

That sensor has phase- and contrast-detect capability, and lets you shoot at 8 fps with continuous shooting, all the way up to 30 fps with the electronic shutter and a 1.25 crop. You won’t be able to shoot for as long, though, due to the smaller buffer and slower SD card speeds.

Fujifilm’s X-T30 shrinks the X-T3 in size and price

Fujifilm said the X-T30 actually has better face and eye-tracking than the X-T3 did at launch, with the ability to detect faces that are much smaller in the frame. Like the X-T3, it can focus in light as low as -3.0 EV, and overall, focusing is 1.5 times faster than the X-T20.

For $899 instead of $1,499, however, some things had to go. It lacks the X-T3’s locking ISO and shutter speed dials, and only has a single UHS-I card slot. At 200 MBps, it has half the video bit-rate of the X-T3. It’s also missing its sibling’s 4K 60p 10-bit internal video capability, so users will have to settle 4K 30p with 8-bit 4:2:0 video internally.

However it can, amazingly, output 10-bit 4:2:2 over HDMI. As before, video is pin-sharp thanks to a nearly full-pixel 6K sensor readout that’s downsampled to 4K. Also, while the X-T30 is missing the X-T3’s headphone jack, you can monitor audio while shooting video over the USB-C port, provided you have USB-C headphones or, yes, a USB Type C to 3.5mm dongle.

X-T3 owners needn’t feel bitter about the improved autofocus on the cheaper X-T30. Fujifilm also unveiled a firmware update that will give the more expensive camera the same eye- and face-tracking capability. It also unveiled a new $400 16mm f/2.8 wide-angle prime.

The X-T30 will start shipping next month for $899 (body) and $1,299 with the 18-55mm kit lens. For that price, and with better capability than Sony’s A6500, it will no doubt vault to the top of the list for many serious amateur photographers and videographers.

List Of Smartphones Emitting High Radiation, Check If Your’s Is In The List

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Smartphone market is growing fast in India & new phones are being launched in the coming days. While buying low-budget smartphones, users only pay attention to its features & hardware, but hardly anyone gets the attention of checking the radiation emitting level from it. Radiation emitted from the smartphones can be dangerous & can cause many diseases.

The Department of Telecommunication (DoT) has fixed its limit. Radiation Level’s Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) has been kept at 1.6 W/kg in India. The German Federal Office of Radiation Protection has released a list of more radiation emitting smartphones.


List Of Smartphones Emitting High Radiation, Check If Your’s Is In The List

1- Xiaomi MI A1
This popular smartphone of Xiaomi is at the top of the list with the highest radiation. Its SAR value is 1.75 W/kg.

2- Xiaomi Redmi Note 5
Redmi Note 5 has been quite popular in the Indian market. Its SAR value is 1.29 W/kg.

3- OnePlus 5T
The name of OnePlus 5T comes in top of their own brand. Its SAR value is 1.68 W/kg.

4- Xiaomi Mi Max 3
It’s SAR value is 1.58 W/kg of Mi Max 3 smartphone, which is just a bit less than the Indian Limit.

5- OnePlus 6T
Its SAR value is 1.55 W/kg.

6- HTC U12 Life
HTC also made a mark in this list. SAR of HTC U12 Life is 1.48 W/kg.

7- Google Pixel 3 XL
Pixel series with big screen & great features are also included in the radiation list. SAR is 1.39 W/kg.

8- OnePlus 5
OnePlus 5 is not even behind this list. Its SAR also has 1.39 W/kg same like Pixel 3XL.

9- iPhone 7
Apple phones also make more radiation emissions and iPhone 7 tops them. Its SAR is 1.38 W / kg.

10- Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact
SAR of Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact is 1.36 W/kg.

11- HTC Desire 12/12 +
Its SAR is 1.34 W/kg.

12- ZTE AXON 7 mini

The SAR of the ZTE AXON 7 smartphone is also as much as Redmi Note 5, 1.29 W/kg.

13- Google Pixel 3
Its SAR 1.33 W/kg.

14- OnePlus 6

It is also one of the most popular and accessible phones. Its SAR is 1.33 W/kg.

15- iPhone 8
Speaking of iOS Devices, it’s SAR is 1.32 W/kg.

Government school teachers asked to use tablets to mark attendance

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NEW DELHI: Taking note of reports that most teachers in government schools were not making use of tablets for taking students’ attendance, the Directorate of Education (DoE) has issued strict orders for doing the same at the earliest.

Government school teachers asked to use tablets to mark attendance

The scheme to provide tablets to teachers working in Delhi government schools was rolled out last year in October, after a delay of almost two years. The aim was to help teachers in recording attendance digitally, tabulate exam marks, and upload syllabus, study material and lessons plans.

Under the earlier system, the record used to be maintained manually in registers and later uploaded on the system.The DoE had asked the teachers to purchase the gadgets and later seek refund of `15,000 from the head of schools (HoS).

In a circular issued on Friday, the DoE said, “Most of the teachers are not taking students’ attendance on mobile application despite repeated reminders. All the teachers are hereby strictly directed to purchase the separate SIM for using tablets; the provision for the same has already been made for reimbursement of internet charge.”

The government is also giving `200 per month as Internet charge.Earlier, there were complaints that the teachers were “purchasing mobile phones” instead of tablets and giving bills for the phones. The department had warned of action against such violations.

The DoE had given time until January 15 for teachers to purchase tablets using government money, after which, it had said, the teachers will have to incur expenditure from their own pockets.

In the latest circular, it has directed all teachers to procure tablets and take attendance through tablets only on a regular basis. It, however, added that HoS of all schools are not monitoring the attendance properly.
“All HoS shall personally ensure that all teachers are using tablets and taking attendance of students on regular basis. All Deputy Directors shall supervise and ensure compliance of the order,” it said.

Sony α6400 mirrorless camera with real-time eye autofocus launched in India

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Highlights:

Sony has launched α6400 mirrorless camera with a 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor

The camera has BIONZ X image processor and it is claimed to have the world’s fastest AF

The camera features 180-degree fully tiltable LCD touch screen

Expanding its E-mount mirrorless camera line-up, Sony has launched the α6400 camera with a 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS image sensor and the BIONZ X image processor in India. The company claims that the camera has the world’s fastest autofocus (AF) acquisition of 0.02 seconds, and comes with an advanced “Real-time Eye AF” and “Real-time Tracking” capabilities. Sony says that the camera supports high-speed shooting at up to 11 fps with auto exposure and autofocus tracking and 4K video recording. It ships with a fully 180-degree tiltable LCD touch screen.

Sony α6400 comes equipped with a 24.2 MP APS-C sized image sensor paired with an upgraded BIONZ X processor. Sony says that these two are “incredible advancements” to deliver high-quality images and colour reproduction in all types of shooting conditions. The standard ISO ranges up to ISO 32000 for both still and video, and it is expandable up to ISO 102400 for still images. The Japanese company also says that the camera inherits several image processing algorithms from some of its cameras.

Sony α6400 mirrorless camera with real-time eye autofocus launched in India
Autofocus

Sony claims that the α6400 inherits several technologies from some of its full-frame cameras, including the α9, α7R III and α7 III models. It features 425 phase-detection and an equal contrast-detection AF points covering nearly 84 percent of the image area. Sony says that the BIONZ X image processing engine allows the camera to acquire focus in 0.02 seconds and locks it to ensure fast moving subjects tracking.

Advanced Real-time Eye AF

Sony has introduced an advanced “Real-time Eye AF” in the α6400. It says that the technology employs Artificial Intelligence (AI) based object recognition to detect and process eye data in real time for accuracy, speed and tracking performance of Eye AF. “In all autofocus modes, the camera now automatically detects the eyes of the subject and activates Eye AF with a half press of the shutter button, and when in AF-C or AF-A mode, the preferred eye (left or right) of your subject can be selected as the focus point,” Sony said in a statement. Sony α6400 will also introduce “Real-time Tracking” mode that utilises AI based object recognition and processes colour, subject distance (depth), pattern (brightness) as spatial information.

180-degree Tiltable LCD touch screen

The Sony α6400 features a fully 180-degree tiltable, 3.0-type LCD flip screen with 921k-dots of resolution. The LCD screen is touch sensitive with options for Touch Pad, Touch Focus, Touch Shutter and new Touch Tracking, which quickly activates “Real-time Tracking” through the touch screen.

4K movie recording

The camera offers 4K movie recording (3840 x 2160 pixels) with full pixel readout and no pixel binning. Sony claims that the camera collects about 2.4x the amount of data required for 4K movies, and then oversamples it to produce 4K footage. The focusing during movie shooting is assisted by the Fast Hybrid AF technology. You can also create time-lapse videos and for that, it features in-built interval recording that can be set anywhere between 1 and 60 seconds, with a total number of shots from 1 to 9999.

Sony claims that the camera can shoot at up to 11 fps with full AF/AE tracking while using the mechanical shutter, and up to 8 fps with full AF/AE tracking with silent shooting enabled. It can shoot at each of these speeds for up to 116 frames JPEG Standard / 46 frames RAW compressed, greatly increasing the chances of capturing the perfect moment. Sony says with α6400, it is first time in a Sony APS-C mirrorless camera that it has included an HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) picture profile, which supports an Instant HDR workflow, that lets HDR (HLG) compatible TV’s to playback 4K HDR imagery.

The camera also features XGA OLED Tru-finder viewfinder, customisation with 89 functions that are assignable to eight custom keys, a new My Dial and My Menu functionality and enhanced overall menu usability. The α6400 will be available across all Sony Center, Alpha Flagship stores and major electronic stores across India from February 8. The α6400 body is priced at Rs 75,990. The α6400L with SELP1650 lens will cost users Rs 85,990 and the α6400M with SEL18135 lens be available for Rs 1,09,990.

All Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S10 Lite rumours in one place

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Highlights:

Samsung Galaxy S10 phones expected to sport Infinity-O displays.

All of them will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 processors.

The phones will be unveiled at an ‘Unpacked’ event in San Francisco on February 20.

In two weeks’ time, Samsung its first flagship of the year, the Galaxy S10, and its multiple variants. The phone will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S-Series of smartphones. Samsung’s S-series smartphones have been setting a benchmark for other players in the industry and this will be no different.

Thanks to numerous leaks, reports and rumours, we’re no strangers to Samsung’s S10 series of devices. From new displays to innovative camera setups, all eyes are on the Galaxy S10 phones right now. In this article, we will give you an overview of what the new phones might have to offer. Samsung will reportely launch three models: the Galaxy S10 Lite/S10e, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+, on February 20 at an event in San Francisco. A 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 is also expected to be announced at the event.

Galaxy S10 Lite or S10e

Reports suggest that the Galaxy S10 Lite will be the most affordable of the lot. The device, which has recently been mentioned as the S10e in some reports, is expected to have the same hardware as its other siblings, but may include less premium features. The Galaxy S10 Lite is seen as Samsung’s response to Apple’s iPhone XR.

Reports have suggested that the Galaxy S10 Lite will have a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display sans the trademark curve that is associated with Samsung’s premium devices. Renders suggest that the display, called the Infinity-O, will have a punch hole to incorporate a selfie camera. It has also been suggested that the 10th anniversary S10 phones will sport an in-display fingerprint sensor, however, the Galaxy S10 Lite may have the sensor on the power button itself to keep the cost of the device lower than its premium versions.

Reports suggest that the Galaxy S10 Lite will be the most affordable of the lot. The device, which has recently been mentioned as the S10e in some reports, is expected to have the same hardware as its other siblings, but may include less premium features. The Galaxy S10 Lite is seen as Samsung’s response to Apple’s iPhone XR.

Reports have suggested that the Galaxy S10 Lite will have a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display sans the trademark curve that is associated with Samsung’s premium devices. Renders suggest that the display, called the Infinity-O, will have a punch hole to incorporate a selfie camera. It has also been suggested that the 10th anniversary S10 phones will sport an in-display fingerprint sensor, however, the Galaxy S10 Lite may have the sensor on the power button itself to keep the cost of the device lower than its premium versions.

Under the hood, the Lite model is expected to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, along with and 128GB storage. In Asian markets, the phone should have Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 9820 SoC. In the camera department, the renders show the phone sporting a single selfie shooter and a dual camera setup on the back. The rear camera setup is said to have a regular sensor and a depth sensor for portrait photography.

Rumours have also suggested that the Galaxy S10 phones will offer support for faster and more efficient Wi-Fi connectivity. Samsung is gathering brownie points with the inclusion of the 3.5mm headphone jack. In markets like India, there is still much love for the headphone jacks. We’ll have to wait and see that for how long the South Korean company will stick to this, while its competitors move on with USB Type-C and wireless options. As far as the battery is concerned, Ice Universe had claimed that the S10 Lite will have a .

Galaxy S10

The regular Galaxy S10 is aimed at premium buyers as it is expected to bring the best of the Lite as well as the Plus models. It suggestively borrows a single selfie shooter from the Lite model. The primary difference between the S10 Lite and regular S10 should be the display, the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor and the rear camera setup.

It is expected to sport a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED with curved edges. Instead of the dual camera system, this model has been seen sporting three cameras which are claimed to be a regular sensor, a telephoto lens and a depth sensing lens. Reports suggest that the Galaxy S10 will be made available in the following variants – 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, 8GB RAM and 512GB local storage. Needless to mention that these are just rumours. The Galaxy S10 will reportedly have a 3500mAh battery.

Galaxy S10+

The Galaxy S10+ should be the most expensive of the lot. Unlike the other two models, the S10 Plus has been seen sporting two selfie cameras in a pill shaped socket on the display. The phone is said to sport a 6.4-inch display that curves around the edges. Other features that should remain the same as the regular Galaxy S10 are the in-display fingerprint sensor and the triple primary camera configuration. It is suggested that the phone will ship with a 4000mAh battery. There is no solid proof of the model’s variants, but it is expected to have the same 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant as well as the 8GB RAM and 512GB local storage. There is also a mention of variant. Reportedly, the regular Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ are also expected to come with .


5G-enabled Galaxy S10

There have been that Samsung has also developed a 5G model of the Galaxy S10. A South Korean news platform ETnews claimed that this model is expected to be called the . Unlike the other models, this one may be offered with up to 1TB of local memory. Samsung is expected to launch this model in late March in South Korea. Recently, the press renders of all the above mentioned models were leaked, and they have been spotted on different certification websites, there is hardly any mention of the 5G variant. Some reports have claimed that the Galaxy S10 5G may sport a total of six cameras: two on the front and four on the back.

Expected Price

The Galaxy S10 Lite/S10e a price-tag of 749 euros (approx Rs 61,000). The Galaxy S10 may be priced at 899 euros (approx Rs 73,000) for the 6GB + 128GB variant and 1149 euros (approx Rs 94,000) for the 8GB + 512GB configuration. The same storage variants are expected to fetch 1049 euros (approx Rs 85,000) and 1299 euros (approx Rs 1.06 lakh) respectively for the Galaxy S10+. The highest-spec model of the lineup, the S10 Plus with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, may force users to shell out 1599 euros (approx 1.30 lakh).

Samsung to launch made-in-India Galaxy M-series phones in Indonesia on February 14

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Samsung to launch made-in-India Galaxy M-series phones in Indonesia on February 14

Samsung will soon launch its ‘made in India’ Galaxy M smartphones in Indonesia. Indonesia’s ecommerce websites, Jd.id and Lazada.co.id have already started teasing the Samsung Galaxy M phones on their websites. The teaser has confirmed that Samsung M20 will surely be launched in Indonesia, however, there hasn’t been any confirmation regarding the Samsung Galaxy M10. Samsung will launch the Galaxy M-series in Indonesia on February 14.

In India, Samsung Galaxy M20 is available in multiple RAM and storage combinations. It sports two rear cameras including 13-megapixel (f/1.9 aperture) and 5-megapixel (f/2.2 aperture) sensors. It is powered by Exynos 7885 processor paired with 3GB of RAM. The phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, and features a 3.5mm headphone jack along with a USB Type-C port. Samsung Galaxy M20 comes with a huge 5,000 mAh battery that supports fast charging via USB Type-C. Samsung Galaxy M20 also sports a 6.3-inch full-HD+ (1080×2340 pixels) Infinity-V Display along with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

Samsung Galaxy M10 is available in India in 2GB RAM and 16GB storage and 3GB RAM and 32GB storage variants. Both the variants are priced at Rs 7,990 and Rs 8,990 respectively. Samsung’s Galaxy M10 is also available in 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant with a price tag of Rs 12,990.

Samsung Galaxy M10 has a dual rear camera setup with a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel ultra-wide secondary sensor. Additionally, there is a 5-megapixel sensor on the front for selfies. The smartphone also comes with a Micro-USB port and packs a 3,400mAh battery.

Xiaomi’s first Android Go phone, Redmi Go kicks off pre-order in the Philippines

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A couple of days back, Xiaomi went official with its first Android Go smartphone christened Redmi Go. The phone looks very much like the top-selling and cool Redmi 4A model which was one of the company’s highest -grossing smartphone till date. The back may look more like the Redmi 6A but the 6A is basically a redesigned Redmi 4A. The launch also pitches the device as the third Xiaomi phone after Mi A1 and Mi A2 and the first Redmi model to run pure Android OS.

Xiaomi’s first Android Go phone, Redmi Go kicks off pre-order in the Philippines

Xiaomi’s first Android Go phone, Redmi Go kicks off pre-order in the Philippines

As if these attributes are not interesting enough, the Redmi Go comes with an amazing 80 euros price tag and is expected to hit Europe and the Philippines soon. That of the Philippines may just be around the corner as the model is now on pre-order in the Asian country via popular online retailer Lazada. It adopts a slightly cheaper price tag of ₱3,990.00 (around $75) and is expected to start shipping on February 5. The offer also includes a free Mi headset for the first 200 preorders.

Read Also: Xiaomi Redmi Go vs Xiaomi Redmi 6A: Specs Comparison

As a reminder, the Redmi Go specifications are largely basic. It features a 5-inch 1280 x 720 display and is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor. Like other Android Go phones, it has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage with a MicroSD card slot for expanding the storage. The phone has an 8MP rear camera with an LED flash and a 5MP front-facing camera. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) and packs a 3,000mAh battery. Other features include dual SIM support, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a MicroUSB port for charging and data transfer.

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