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Huawei Mate X2 Smartphone Spot Online; Know Potential Price

Huawei’s new smartphone Mate X2 is in the news about its launch. There have been many reports of this leading smartphone. Another media report has now surfaced in this episode, which has revealed that Huawei Mate X2 has been spotted on the certification site from where some of its features have been revealed. Let’s know …

As per 91 Mobile report, Huawei Mate X2 is listed on the 3C certification site with TET-AN00 / TET-AN10 model number. This smartphone will be offered as an upgraded version of Huawei Mate X. Huawei Mate X2 will have 5G connectivity. Also, users will get two displays in this device.

Expected specification of Huawei Mate X2

Talking about screen size, Huawei Mate X2 will have an 8.3-inch display, which will have a refresh rate of 120Hz. Also, users will get Kirin 9000 processor in this phone. At the same time, this device will work on the EMUI 11 operating system based on Android 10. Apart from this, not much information has been received.

Huawei Mate X2 Expected Price

According to other leaked reports, the company will keep the price of Huawei Mate X2 in the premium range. At the same time, this device will be launched in late November. However, no information has been given from the company yet about the launching, price and features of this upcoming foldable phone.

Huawei Mate X

For your information, let us know that Huawei Mate X smartphone was introduced last year. Huawei Mate X is a foldable phone and you will get two screens. The main display of the phone is 8 inches whose screen resolution is 2480 x 2200 pixels. On folding there is a 6.38-screen screen on the back of the phone and a 6.6-inch screen on the front panel. This phone works on the Kirin 980 processor. It has 8 GB RAM and 512 GB internal memory.

Huawei Mate X has a 40 megapixel primary wide angle lens, 16 megapixel ultra wide angle lens and 8 megapixel telephoto lens. Users can also use the camera given in the phone as a selfie camera.

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Corona To Reach Final Phase By End Of Month, Second Round Of Transition Will Not Start In China

China’s top scientist has claimed that by the end of this month, Corona virus can reach the ‘turning point’ in the world. Doctor Zhong Nanshan, who was deployed by the Chinese government to fight Corona, said that the second phase of the infection of Corona virus would not begin in China. He said that China has developed a very effective surveillance system, the danger has been averted.

Dr. Zhong said that the corona virus is very fast infectious and the number of people dying in it is very high. There are two ways to deal with it. One, the rate of infection should be reduced to the minimum and it should be stopped from spreading, so that more time can be available for rescue. He said the other way to deal with corona is to delay its infection and reduce its number of patients by adopting some methods.

He said that all countries have taken adequate preventive measures and I presume That by the end of April the number of new cases will start to decrease. He dismissed allegations that Corona could re-enter China due to a silent career.


Oppo, Huawei And Honor Extend Their Product Warranty

Due to Corona virus, there has been a 21-day lockdown in India, after which all the tech companies are coming forward to help their customers. Vivo India has recently donated one lakh medical masks to the Government of Maharashtra and now companies are also extending the warranty period of their smartphones. The warranty of all its products has been extended by Realme till May 31.

This warranty will include Realme’s smartphones, smart bands, earbuds, earphones and Powerbank (Bank). This offer will be only for those products whose warranty was expiring between March 20 and April 20. Oppo has said that the warranty of the products whose warranty was expiring during lockdown has been extended. The lockdown period counts from March 23 to 21 days. Under this, the warranty of the smartphone is being extended for 12 months while the charger, cable, battery and earphones are extended for 6 months.

The special thing is that these offers include one time screen replacement and damage protection. Will happen. Huawei has extended the warranty of all its products till June 30, whose warranty was to expire from March 21 to June 21. Honor has also extended the warranty of products such as its phones, watch, band and earphones till June 30. This warranty offer will include all products whose warranty was expiring between March 21 and June 21.


UN asks African states to tackle terrorism, climate change

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday asked African states to tackle terrorism and climate change for the sake of peace and security.

Terrorism is a growing threat across Africa, with serious implications for peace and security everywhere, Guterres told a Security Council debate on the role of preventative diplomacy, conflict prevention and resolution in Africa, the Xinhua news agency reported.

In the Sahel, terrorist groups regularly attack local and international security forces. The violence is spreading to coastal states along the Gulf of Guinea, he said.

In Nigeria, Boko Haram and its splinter factions are terrorizing local communities and attacking security forces, despite the efforts of the Multinational Joint Task Force.

“We are seeing terrorist networks across Libya and North Africa, stretching through the Sahel to the Lake Chad region, and present in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mozambique,” said Guterres. “This is a battle we are not winning. And this is not just a regional issue, but a clear and present danger to global peace and security.”

He said climate crisis is another vital preventive measure as climate-related risks including droughts, floods and changing rainfall patterns often intersect with political, social and economic factors. “We must urgently reduce emissions to prevent catastrophic consequences for sustainable development and security across Africa, and step up support for the countries most affected.”

“Today it is indisputable that climate change has aggravated security challenges, particularly in the Sahel,” he added.

Nearly half of Africa’s population of 1.3 billion are under the age of 15. Education, training and job opportunities for this generation must be central to any development strategy. Women’s meaningful participation and leadership are essential to lasting peace, said the UN chief.