Samsung Galaxy M31s has been reportedly spotted in a Google Play Console listing which means the presence of the Samsung Exynos 9611 SoC and 6GB of RAM. It also hints at a number of the other specifications just like the screen resolution, CPU configuration, GPU, and the Android version of the phone. While these are expected specifications at now, the Galaxy M31s is going to be launched in India on July 30 and is confirmed to come back with a 6,000mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging.
- The Samsung Galaxy M31s reportedly spotted in a Google Play Console listing
- The listing shows the smartphone will have 6GB of RAM
- Samsung Galaxy M31s will have a 6,000mAh battery life
Samsung M31s specifications
The Google Play Console listing for the Samsung M31s shows the phone will feature a 1,080×2,400 pixels Screen. It’s said to be powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC that has four Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 2.3GHz and 4 Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.7GHz. This processor was also tipped during a Geekbench listing from June. The Galaxy M31s might have the Mali G72 GPU clocked at 1050MHz, and 6GB of RAM. Additionally, the phone is claimed to run on Android 10.
Samsung has only confirmed the Super HD display, 6,000 MAH battery life with 25W super-fast charging, and a 64-megapixel primary camera, through the dedicated Amazon page. The page also shows the presence of quad rear camera setup and a hole-punch design for the selfie shooter.
Samsung India launch
The Samsung Galaxy M31s is launched in India on July 30 at 12 pm (noon) as seen on the dedicated Amazon page. As of now, Samsung has not shared pricing for the Galaxy M31s, which may be a follow up to the Samsung Galaxy M31 that was launched in February. The Galaxy M31 is going to launch at Rs. 15,999 for the 6GB + 64GB and at Rs. 16,999 for the 6GB + 128GB option.
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OnePlus is about to re-enter the mid-range smartphone segment with the launch of Nord tomorrow. The smartphone is definitely going to be the beginning of the product announcement. However, we’ll also see the launch of the latest true wireless earbuds from OnePlus at this same event tomorrow. Before the launch, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei teased the product in blue color. This may be the first TWS earbuds from the company and is likely to be called OnePlus Buds.
Now, tipster Evan Blass has shared more pictures of OnePlus’ first truly wireless earbuds. The pictures posted by Blass on Twitter indicate OnePlus Buds will are available blue, black, and white color options. One of the pictures shows the case, which seems like a mixture between the Vivo TWS Neo and Google Pixel Buds. 9to5Google managed to uncover even more images of this device by diving into an APK from the publicly available latest OnePlus 8 update. The looks are definitely inspired where the case seems to have a matte finish.
OnePlus Buds appears in leaked images
The earbuds themselves match the color of the case and the blue one contains a green interior. OnePlus is also borrowing from its successful Bullets Wireless for the true wireless earbuds. The flat circle on the highest of the earbud is directly from the OnePlus Bullets Wireless. We will expect these earbuds to remain comfortably in your earbuds. However, the half in-ear design has not proven to be the one that matches all ear shapes and sizes.
There is a light-weight on the exterior side of the case, similar to Vivo TWS Neo, and will be used to understand the battery percentage. The earbuds themselves look to be made from plastic but we’ll have to wait for the final product. It’s also confirmed that OnePlus Buds will be affordable TWS earbuds and can lack features like wireless charging. However, it’s expected to support fast charging via USB Type-C port.
The APK teardown has also revealed support for the “Find My Device” option, which might be used to find the lost earbuds. These are expected to supply equalizer settings and support Dolby Atmos. The app to manage OnePlus Buds is reportedly called OnePlus Pods. The exact specifications or battery life of these earbuds aren’t known just yet. We do know that it’ll support touch control on the stem and offer fast pairing with OnePlus phones. It’ll have a lot of company in the TWS market when it goes official tomorrow. In India, we know that OnePlus Buds are available via both Flipkart and Amazon India.READ MORE
Like the look of a color, you see on a T-shirt or a book cover? You might one day be ready to tap your Apple Pencil on it and use it in your own digital designs, according to a newly published Apple patent.
The patent, as spotted by AppleInsider, details a “color-sampling stylus” that uses sensors to choose up colors that it’s pointed at. This would obviously are available very handy for art and sketching apps on the iPad.
This is actually an idea that has been appearing in Apple patents a minimum of as far back as 2014. Don’t assume that this is suddenly getting to be rushed to market – though we think it would be a well-liked upgrade.
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Apple Pencil with amazing colors
It sounds as if the color-picking Apple Pencil would come with small lights on board. Both to assist you to point at what you wanted to sample the color from (like a laser pen) and to point syncing status with another device like a tablet.
New iPad models are always on the horizon, but considering the patent was only published. In the week and filed last November, it doesn’t appear. That Apple would have enough time to urge an upgraded stylus out before the end of 2020.
The current second-gen Apple Pencil is already a fine little device, but there’s always room for improvement. Previous patents have hinted at support for new gestures – sliding your finger along the side of the pencil to scroll through a webpage, for example.
There have also been reports that Apple is considering adding stylus support to the iPhone. Except for the time being the accessory only works with Apple tablets. We will not really see that changing with the iPhone 12, either.
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Swords, bows and arrows, smoke bombs, assassinations, roundhouse kicks–Ghost of Tsushima’s combat features
Combat is one in all the strongest pillars of the Ghost of Tsushima. It’s more intricate than an easy hack-and-slash since you need to evaluate enemy types, read their moves carefully, and attack accordingly. It will be challenging, but once you get a feel for timing attacks and using your ever-growing skill set, you’ll start to create a rhythm. Here, we’ve some advanced combat tips that’ll push your capabilities even further.
Even though there’s no traditional leveling system with stats. You’ll strengthen Jin throughout your journey by unlocking more tools and skills to make tougher fights easier to require on. Since you’ll choose different skills that’ll affect your playstyle as you level up, we’ll go over a few of the essentials and list which skills are necessary to tug off some of the more intricate techniques. you’ll watch the video below to see our combat tips in action or continue further down to read the guide if you like.
Mizu-no-Kami Charm And Parry Timing
Parrying is one of the most important elements to combat, and with the correct timing, you’ll turn an enemy attack to your advantage. If you’re having a tough time parrying and dodging, especially during mob fights, it should be best to track down the Mizu-no-Kami charm. It’s located at Spring Falls Shrine and may be found very early in the game.
This charm gives wider timing windows for all of your parries, perfect parries, and excellent dodges. These are essential combat mechanics. This charm is valuable throughout the entire game. It can make you much more efficient in battle, especially if you need to parry or dodge multiple attacks during a row.
Make Your Own Combos in Tsushima
Some techniques pair really well with each other, so we’ve come up with a couple of combos that you may want to use as you level up and grow stronger.
You can pair Smoke Bombs with the Chain Assassination technique for simple multi-kills against enemies caught within the smoke’s blast. Smoke Bombs essentially put you in stealth state which opens enemies up to the assassination.
If you use the Typhoon Kick, immediately throw a Sticky Bomb, then line up an arrow shot with concentration, you will have a badass looking high-damage combo.
The Foot Is Mightier Than The Sword
Arguably, the most overpowered ability in the game is that the Wind Stance’s Typhoon Kick finisher. This unblockable kick forces a knockdown state. Giving the enemy no chance to retaliate and offering you an instant-kill opportunity on normal opponents, and important strikes on leaders. While it is often dodged sometimes and doesn’t work on Brute units, its consistent effects on everyone else and high damage output make this extremely useful.
Drawing your bow lets you activate the Concentrate ability, which slows down time to help you line up a shot. You’ll exploit this ability to form executing perfect parries easier also.
Ghost of Tsushima Simply pulls out your bow by holding L2 then initiate concentrate by tapping R3 once you sense that an enemy may soon attack. you’ll now focus on timing your parry reaction. Release L2 then press L1 immediately to parry exactly because the enemy strikes. there’s almost no delay between putting your bow away and initiating a guard, so you’ll land easy perfect parries like this.
Never Lose Your Resolve
Since there is no consumable to replenish Resolve, you’ll have to find creative ways to refill it. Defeating enemies and finishing off terrified enemies are standard methods, but getting kills during standoffs is that the best and fastest way to refill Resolve.
You can also upgrade your parry to a resolved parry, whittle away a squad of enemies to at least one man, and farm resolve by parrying him over and over until your resolve is filled. Killing hostile wildlife, like boars and bears, also refills resolve.
You can do a fairly neat trick with your horse to get some easy kills. Since enemies don’t suspect horses as combatants on their own, you’ll use it as a disguise. A standoff range, dismount on the far side (away from the enemies), and whistle from behind your horse. When the group of enemies comes, take advantage of the Chain Assassination skill to wipe out a squad, or a minimum of gain the upper hand against larger groups, all thanks to your trusty steed.
Take the right Stance
A good habit you should develop, as you get stronger and acquire more stances, is to form switching stances against the right enemy types second nature. Getting into the natural flow of adjusting stances quickly and smoothly gives you a huge advantage on stagger damage output and puts much more pressure on the right opponents, especially during hectic mob fights.
Remember which stances are meant to require on enemy types: Wind Stance for spearmen, Moon Stance for Brutes, Water Stance for shieldmen, and Stone Stance for normal swordsmen.
While dodging and parrying are two good defensive options that can lead to offensive opportunities, remember that jumping is additionally a viable tactic in battle. you’ll jump over most attacks within the game, and you’ll want to learn when and the way to avoid these attacks to show them to your advantage. This can be especially useful against certain red-glinting unblockable attacks.
Doing jump attacks, including the jumping sword slash or jump kick, also are considered a jump themselves, so learn to use these against the proper enemy attacks and you will have another technique for getting aggressive.
Hopefully, you’ve learned a thing or two that’ll make the next fight a bit easier; if you’re unclear on any of the tactics listed, you’ll watch the video version above to see them in action. For more on this latest PS4 exclusive, make sure to see out all our Ghost of Tsushima guides and walkthroughs, or read our Ghost of Tsushima review.READ MORE
Xiaomi had launched the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro Max in India in March 2020. Xiaomi is gearing to launch its next affordable Redmi phone in India. The phone in question is named Note 9. To recall, Xiaomi had launched Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max in India in March, but unlike convention, the vanilla Note 9 wasn’t launched alongside. Xiaomi had however confirmed that a Note 9 was within the making and it might be launched later.
Redmi Note 9 Features
The vanilla Note 9 is already an enter select markets (since April) so we have already got some idea of what to expect though Xiaomi may surprise us by updating the specs. One of the “unique” things about Note 9 in India is going to be its made in India credentials, something that Xiaomi is also hyping on social media. Unlike the recently launched Mi 10 and Mi Notebook 14, Note 9 is going to be made in India and not imported from China, something that’s relevant in the current scenario (of strong anti-China sentiment blowing across the country).
The Note 9 global variant comes with a 6.53-inch IPS LCD display with a 1080p+ resolution and a punch-hole cutout with a 13MP selfie camera. The phone is powered by an 8-core MediaTek Helio G85 processor, paired with up to 4GB RAM and up to 128GB storage which is additionally expandable. The software inside the phone is Android 10-based MIUI 11. The phone is further backed by a 5,020mAh battery with 18W fast charging support via
USB Type C
Note 9 has four cameras on the rear. There’s a 48MP main, 8MP ultrawide angle, 2MP depth, and another 2MP for macros or closeups.
Note 9 global variant comes in two configurations, 3GB/64GB for $199 (roughly Rs 15,000) and 4GB/128GB for $249 (roughly Rs 19,000). In India, Xiaomi is predicted to price it below the existing Redmi Note 9 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro Max phones.READ MORE
Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Available with Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro. Get the simplest combination of Windows features you recognize and new improvements you’ll love.
Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Specifications
Revamp your graphics: With up to NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 graphics and also the quickest available GPUs. You’ll enjoy the extra power of an unrelenting performance.
Fast is an understatement: Up to 9th Gen i9 processor delivers incredible responsiveness and smooth, seamless multitasking.
Solid-state drive: Your Inspiron can come with an NVMe solid-state drive (SSD) which is far faster, silent, and has improved shock resistance than HDDs.
Thunderbolt™ 3: A USB Type-CTM port supporting Thunderbolt™ 3 allows you to charge your laptop, connect with multiple devices, and enjoy data transfers of up to 40Gbps, 8 times that of a USB 3.1 Gen 1
Price: Starting with 76,290
Portable power Inspiron 15 7000
Easy to carry: We engineered your 38.1cm (15) performance laptop to be one of the lightest it can be with a body that’s easy to hold, wherever you’re.
Thin and cool: To realize a thin exterior without compromising performance we engineered your Inspiron with a dual-heat pipe heating solution that features dual-fans.
Worry-free cooling: Dell drop-hinge design lifts your laptop off the table, when it’s open, increasing the airflow from underneath. This keeps your system from overheating while it delivers high-speed performance.
Heat and cold
Even after exposure to temperatures from as low as -40°C/°F to up to 65°C/149°F, Inspiron keeps performing well.
Keys and hinges
Dell’s power buttons are tested for 40,000 presses and our keyboard keys for five million clicks without failure. Open, closed, or twisted—Inspiron’s base and lid are tested tens of thousands of times
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Poco M2 Pro will debut as the third smartphone from the company in India with amazing features. The former sub-brand of Xiaomi is ready to launch the smartphone in India tomorrow. Before the launch, the company has started sharing some of the key information of the smartphone. The teaser image of the device and also the specifications suggest that this could be another rebranded Redmi smartphone.
Poco M2 Pro Launch
Poco M2 Pro has been rumored to launch in India for a few time now. All the rumors of the device thus far point to Poco M2 Pro being another version of Redmi Note 9 Pro. In fact, 91Mobiles reported earlier that this might be the worldwide variant of Redmi Note 9 Pro and not the one already available in the country. If this seems to be true then we are looking at the most affordable Poco smartphone yet.
Poco is teasing the device using the term “Feel the Surge” and for now, it’s hinted at faster charging speed and performance. We all know that Poco M2 Pro will be available for purchase via Flipkart. It’s confirmed to support 33W fast charging. Which is that the same as the one seen on Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. The teaser seems to indicate another device built around the design language first look with the Redmi Note 9 Pro series.
There is a quad rear camera setup placed in the same fashion because of the Redmi Note 9 Pro series. A better look at that image has also confirmed that this device will use a 48-Mp main camera on the back. This might be the same 48-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL GM2 seen on the Redmi Note 9 Pro. The worldwide version of this device has a two-tone finish on the back but uses a 64-megapixel main camera.
The leaked Geekbench listing of the Poco M2 Pro has revealed that it’ll use Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G mobile platform. This chip has nearly identical performance to the Snapdragon 730G on the Poco X2. The Redmi Note 9 Pro starts at Rs 13,999 and comes with a slower 18W PD fast charger. If Poco has a similar price then it’ll appeal to consumers with an edge in terms of 33W fast charging.
The most amazing upcoming games for 2020 and beyond on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC
The impending arrival of the next-generation of consoles means the list of upcoming games of 2020 is particularly exciting. Whether you want a big studio blockbuster or an intriguing little indie, there are still lots of titles on their way this year to get your pulse racing.
Ghost of Tsushima
Release date: July 17, 2020
Sucker Punch hit us with quite the surprise when it 1st revealed Ghost of Tsushima out of the blue: a samurai-led tale of ancient Japan from the studio that brought you the Infamous and Sly Cooper series. You play a swordsman called “The Ghost,” who’s fighting for his life against the invading forces of the Mongol Empire. The story that unfolds is predicated on real historical events that kicked off in the year 1274. The newest trailer that debuted at the sport Awards 2019 not only gave us a release date, it also showed off some seriously slick combat and a variety of gorgeous vistas in “the biggest game punch has ever made by a wide margin.” Prepare yourself for plenty of intense melee combat during a large, open-world take on feudal Japan.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: August 28, 2020
Set in the post-apocalyptic frozen lands of Colorado, Wasteland 3 looks like a fantastic tactical RPG to tuck into together with your pals. Available to play entirely solo or in co-op, the third entry in the Wasteland series may be a story-driven experience where your choices will matter. Every decision you make can offer you new opportunities or close you off to them, also as take you to new areas and lead you to different story arcs.
This choice and variety make it sound very replayable, and the setting is about to present you with some difficult moral choices as you decide how to lead in the frozen wastes. this can be definitely one to look at, especially since InXhile has been working to evolve the series’ turn-based combat, and can also include a new dialogue system and fully voice-acted characters to feature to the immersive RPG side of the experience.
Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, PS4
Release date: September 4, 2020
With the voice acting talents of Laura Bailey, Troy Baker, Nolan North, Travis Willingham, and Jeff Schine, Crystal Dynamics has assembled a stellar cast to from the team of Avengers. With a story that’s entirely separate from the MCU, we’ll be ready to play as Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, black widow, and Hulk. After being blamed for the disaster in San Francisco, the heroes reassemble when the planet comes under a new threat five years later. With four-player, Marvel’s Avengers looks to be one heroic adventure.
Platform(s): Xbox Series X, PS5, PC, Xbox One, PS4, Google Stadia
Release date: October 2020
DiRT 5 is the latest off-road driving experience from Codemasters, and now we’re going more extreme than ever. Along with tracks set across a worldwide stage, including new york City, Rio de Janeiro, and remote areas of China and Greece, the sport also will offer more ways to play than ever before: four-player split-screen modes are returning, and there is a new game mode specifically designed for co-op play ranging from your couch to global online battles. Plus, there’s even a narrative-driven career mode to explore, which can feature voice acting talents like Nolan North and Troy Baker. All of this may be played in a non-linear format too, so you get to play more of what you want.
Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC
Release date: January 2021
Agent 47 is returning in Hitman 3 and he’ll be getting stuck into his assassination contracts on both next-gen and current-gen consoles. In what is set to be a dramatic conclusion the planet of the Assassination trilogy – where players carry out missions around the world in different sandbox locations – Agent 47 is said to hold out his most intimate, professional contract of his career. IO Interactive also revealed the beginning of the game will take place in Dubai.
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Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Exactly what you want to listen to. Galaxy Buds+ are the perfect fitting earbuds to isolate you from distracting noises, so you’ll stay focused on what you want. And if you’d like to filter in a number of the outside worlds to be more in-tune with your surroundings, you’ll switch on Ambient Aware2.
22 hours of great sound. get up to 11 hours of nonstop music on one charge, then pop your Galaxy Buds+ in the wireless charging case and get nearly 11 more. Forgot to charge them the night before? No worries. ?3 minutes of charging gives you one hour of playtime, so you’ve got enough juice for your commute or workout.
Your voice, loud and clear. Ensure you’re heard clearly. a fanatical internal and two external microphones pick up your voice and isolate it from outside noises. When you are on a call, your voice comes through richly and confidently, even in noisy locations.
Easy to connect in both device’s
Android & iOS are compatible. Pair with smart devices via Bluetooth. Use the Galaxy Wearable app on Android and Galaxy Buds+ app on iOS to make the foremost of your earphones.
Samsung Buds+ are versatile earbuds that harmonize warm, satisfying bass tones with crisp high volume delivering addictively rich tracks. With the power to selectively tune in or out environmental noise, you’ll stay in the zone on a call or get lost in your favorite playlist, all without hitting pause. With A battery that’s built to go all day and a customizable fit, Buds+ are designed to move to your rhythm.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ price
Samsung has been within the true wireless segment for a few times now but took a big step towards mainstream popularity with last year’s Galaxy Buds. Priced at Rs. 9,990 at launch, the Galaxy Buds took on the Apple AirPods, but fell short when paired with about modern Samsung smartphones.
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Realme X3 SuperZoom is that the company’s latest smartphone that joins the X-series in India. It made its debut last month in Europe, alongside other products by Realme that are already available in India. The unique point of the X3 SuperZoom is its periscope camera that’s claimed to offer an optical zoom of 5X and a digital zoom of 60X, making it one of the few smartphones in India with such capabilities. Realme is also touting a Starry Mode on the X3 SuperZoom — something that we’ve seen before on Google Pixel 4 and Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones.
The Chinese company has also launched a toned-down version called the X3. Which lacks the periscope zoom capabilities and comes with a telephoto sensor, instead.
Realme X3 SuperZoom Price in India
The Realme X3 SuperZoom comes in two configurations – the 8GB/128GB version costs Rs 27,999, the 12GB/256GB version is priced at Rs 32,999. It’s two colour options – Glacier Blue and Arctic White. The first sale of the X3 SuperZoom starts at 12 noon on June 30 on Flipkart and realme.com. The pre-orders for the smartphone start Thursday, June 25.
Realme X3 Price in India
The Realme X3, on the other hand, has 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB storage variants, priced at Rs 24,999 and Rs 25,999, respectively. The smartphone also comes in Arctic White. it’ll continue sale starting June 30 on Flipkart and realme.com. The pre-orders for the X3 start Thursday, June 25.
The Realme X3 SuperZoom and X3 are very much alike in terms of their specifications apart from the storage configurations and the cameras. Unlike the other smartphones of Realme, the X3 SuperZoom brings an 8-MP periscope camera to the setup at the back that also features a 64-MP main camera, an 8-MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2-MP macro sensor. The periscope camera is claimed to offer a 5X optical zoom and 60x digital zoom. Which might be useful once you are capturing a shot from afar.
For selfies, the Realme X3 SuperZoom has a combination of a 32-megapixel Sony sensor and an 8-MP ultrawide sensor.
There is a 6.6-inch FHD+ (1080×2400 pixels) LCD display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It’s protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and has a facet ratio of 90.5 percent. The smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC with eight cores clocked at up to 2.96GHz paired with Adreno 640.
It is a strange yet practical choice for the processor on a smartphone that belongs to Realme’s flagship-level smartphone series. Since the company already provides the X50 Pro with Snapdragon 865 SoC, it X3 SuperZoom justifies the pricing with only a touch less powerful processor. The smartphone includes a fingerprint sensor on the power button. It’s backed by a 4200mAh battery with 30W Dart Flash Charge technology.
The X3 borrows most of X3 SuperZoom’s specifications, except for the cameras. Instead of the 8-MP periscope camera, the Realme X3 includes a 12-MP telephoto sensor. That will offer zoom capabilities with little less efficiency comparatively. It even retains the Starry Mode on the 64-MP main sensor. In the front-camera department, the X3 has a 16-MP Sony wide-angle camera alongside an 8-MP ultrawide sensor.READ MORE