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Vivo V11 tipped to come with Oppo F9-like water-drop notch display, Snapdragon 660 processor

first_imgOppo is gearing to launch the F9 Pro in India on August 21. That phone, Oppo has confirmed, will come with a water-drop notch display like the one we first saw in the Essential Phone. Now live images of a Vivo phone, said to be the Vivo V11, have surfaced hinting that the phone would also come with a similar style notch on the front. Also, it would come with dual rear cameras. Along side the design, hardware specifics of the alleged Vivo V11 have also leaked giving a closer look at the phone in question.The Vivo V11 will likely be successor to the Vivo V9 which was launched earlier in the year. The phone, according to the renders, would look a lot like the Vivo V9 from the behind. It would differ from the front though since it would come with a minimal notch and minimal chin, much like the Oppo F9 Pro. As far as hardware specs are concerned, the Vivo V11 is said to come with a 6.41-inch FHD+ AMOLED display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor under the hood. It is further said to come with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage which would be expandable.On the optics front, the Vivo V11 is said to sport a dual camera system on the rear consisting of one 12MP sensor and another 5MP sensor for depth sensing. On the front, the phone is said to come with a 25MP camera.Moving on, the Vivo V11 will reportedly run Android 8.1 Oreo based Funtouch OS which is Vivo’s custom skin. The phone would be backed by a 3,400mAh battery.advertisementVivo is also working on the Vivo X23, successor to the Vivo X21, that will reportedly come with advanced 3D face recognition and a next-generation in-display fingerprint scanner.Vivo has been working on a new 3D sensing technology that would allow users to face unlock their future phones from up to three meter, among other things. The company showcased its new Time of Flight (TOF) 3D Sensing technology at MWC Shanghai 2018 claiming to offer a “paradigm shift in imaging, AR and human-machine interaction, which will elevate consumer lifestyles with new levels of immersion and smart capability.” The company, in fact, claimed that the technology has moved beyond a proof of concept, and is ready for prime time use.Vivo’s TOF 3D Sensing technology uses 300,000 sensor points, which Vivo says, is 10 times the number of existing Structured Light technology. This enables 3D mapping at up to three meters from the phone while having a smaller baseline than Structured Light.It is possible that the Vivo X23 may pack this technology. This won’t be the first time that Vivo would commercialize a concept so quickly. It did something similar with the Nex, announcing it as a concept at MWC in February 2018 only to commercialize it in the days to come. The Nex S, that is based on that concept, is already available for buying in India.ALSO READ: Vivo’s new 3D sensing technology can apparently help you face unlock your phone from up to 3 meterslast_img read more

Honouring Rob Stewart Shark Conservationist

first_img Related Items:#honouringrobstewart, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 9, 2017 – Providenciales – Today, the Department of Environment and Coastal Resources (DECR) and the Reef Action Team (RATs) students from British West Indies Collegiate will be honouring the life of Rob Stewart, the Canadian Filmmaker of the award-winning documentary ‘Sharkwater’.    Stewart died in February this year, in a diving accident at the Queen of Nassau wreck near the Florida Keys.    Rob Stewart, who was 37, was filming a sequel for his documentary at the time of his death.Reports say that Stewart and his diving instructor, Peter Sotis went deep diving three times near the wreck. But after emerging for the third time, Sotis began to lose consciousness.    While the crew tended to him, Stewart disappeared into the water.    His body was discovered 3 days later, around 220 feet under the surface.The honourary event will be held at the National Environmental Centre, Lower Bight Road, Providenciales from 4:00 – 5:00 PM.#magneticmedianews#honouringrobstewartlast_img read more

In police custody at night 4 men dead dumped next morning

first_imgJamal Uddin, father of Faruk Hossain, sheds tears after seeing his son`s body at Narayanganj General Hospital. Photo: Dinar MahmudFaruk Hossain was living with his wife and son in Purinda area of Araihazar, Narayanganj. He was earning a living serving as driver of Glory Paribahan bus that runs from Bhulta to Gulistan.Faruk was picked up by a group of plainclothesmen from his house on Friday afternoon and later taken to Bhulta police outpost, his wife Taslima Begum said. Other witnesses said, three others were also detained.Taslima went to Bhulta police outpost to see her husband with homemade foods on Saturday night.The next morning, she came to know that the bullet-hit body of Faruk and those of three others were recovered from beside the highway in Araihazar upazilla.Each of them was shot in the head from point-blank distance, their primary autopsy reports suggest.The three other victims were identified as Zahirul Islam, Sabuj Sardar and Lutfur Rahman.Local transport workers in Bhulta said they heard that bus-driver Faruk was killed in ‘crossfire’ by the police. A bus owner also visited the outpost and saw the dead bodies. Faruk’s father contacted the certain bus owner seeking help to release his son, the family said.The bus owner, however, could not be reached for comments.Officials of Bhulta police outpost and district police denied such allegations.According to the police statements, they recovered four bullet-hit bodies from a place beside the Dhaka-Sylhet highway in Pachrukhi area of Araihazar upazila in Naranyanganj on Sunday morning.The police recovered two loaded firearms and an abandoned microbus from the spot, they said.One of the victims, Lutfur Rahman, was identified by his wife Reshma Akhter at Narayanganj General Hospital morgue on Sunday afternoon.Lutfur was a microbus driver for many years, according to Reshma.Faruk’s wife Taslima told Prothom Alo that, three relatives from their village Sabuj, Zahirul and Liton were staying at their house and they were picked up on Friday.Liton is still missing and no one knows about his whereabouts.Taslima said she did not know Lutfur Rahman, the microbus driver.On Saturday, Taslima came to know from a bus owner that Faruk had been kept in Bhulta police outpost and went there with dinner items for her husband.The police, first, barred her from meeting Faruk. But after her requests, the police let Taslima see her husband. Then, Faruk told her, “They (police) severely beat me. And so, I admitted everything (they wanted I do).”Taslima could not, however, clarify what ‘everything’ meant.Faruk’s father Jamal Uddin, Sabuj’s father Khairul Sardar and Zahirul’s father-in-law came to Narayanganj from Pabna on Saturday morning.Jamal Uddin said he contacted with a bus owner through one of his nephews. The bus owner told him that all of them were kept in Bhulta police outpost.“I requested the bus owner whether the police would send Faruk and others to court. After that, he acquired information and told me that all of them have been kept in the police outpost,” Jamal Uddin told Prothom Alo.And then on Sunday morning the bus owner told Jamal Uddin that three of them were taken to somewhere else early in the morning and only one was kept in the outpost.Faruk’s wife Taslima said she went to the outpost on Sunday morning and finding no one there, she started crying for her husband there. At that time, the police threatened her to open fire on her, she said.Bhulta police outpost in-charge inspector Rafikul Islam told this correspondent that such incidents never took place.Also the police superintendent of Narayanganj said, “Whoever are spreading such rumours, are telling lies.”The police, however, filed two cases against unknown miscreants under Murder and Arms Act following the killing.Liton’s whereaboutsLiton was picked up with Faruk and two others on Friday. His brother Ripon told Prothom Alo that they heard Rupganj highway police recovered the body of an unknown man from the area and later buried it.The body could be Liton’s and the family was trying to identify it, Ripon added.* This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Imam Hossain and Farjana Liakat.last_img