Nokia 3.4 has been seen in many leaks, so it is expected that HMD can launch the phone soon.
Nokia 3.4 is not far from launch and now we have got some main specifications of upcoming phones as well as some other information. According to an online report Nokia 3.4 will be offered in Purple, Gray and Blue colors . One dual-sim variant of the phone will reportedly be TA 1283, which has previously received certification in Russia.
According to a report by Nokiapoweruser , the 3GB + 32GB storage variant of Nokia 3.4 will be priced at 129.60 GBP in the UK.
The report claimed that the smaretphone will come with a 6.52-inch (720×1,600) display with a 20: 9 aspect ratio. It will work on Snapdragon 460 chipset and will come with 3 GB RAM. Nokia 3.4 will be offered in 32 GB and 64 GB storage variants, which will support MicroSD card up to 512 GB. Some of these specifications have been seen before on Geekbench.
According to the report, the camera of Nokia 3.4 will be a triple rear camera setup, with the primary sensor being a 13-megapixel, 5-megapixel secondary sensor and a 2-megapixel third sensor. The front shooter is expected to be 8-megapixels. According to several leaks, the Nokia 3.4 will have a 4,000mAh battery.
The Nokia 3.4 will feature a circular back camera module with a punch-hole display and an LED flash. Official-looking press renders of the smartphone’s blue color variant were leaked recently showing a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the phone and a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone.
HMD Global was expected to announce Nokia 3.4 at IFA 2020 recently, but it did not. So far, there is no official information on the Nokia 3.4 launch, but looking at all the leaks, it seems that it will be launched soon.
OPPO founder and CEO Tony Chen virtually attended the IFA 2020 Special Edition held in Berlin, Germany and gave a speech at the Qualcomm keynote session via videoconference. In his speech, Tony Chen reviewed the history of cooperation between OPPO and Qualcomm and emphasized that the two parties will continue to work together in promoting the global rollout of 5G products.
“OPPO and Qualcomm have shared a very long, close, and trusting partnership,” remarked Tony Chen. “We have worked together on smartphone development and in other areas. This year we launched several smartphones and 5G CPE products equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile platform in Europe and other international markets, bringing consumers more 5G product choices and experiences. In the future OPPO will continue to partner with Qualcomm to promote the large-scale commercial use of 5G products worldwide. “
he further emphasized that OPPO Plans to Strengthen Strategic Partnership with Qualcomm to Accelerate the Global Adoption of 5G . As the era of intelligent connectivity is emerging, OPPO will continue to increase investment in cutting-edge technology including 5G, AI, AR, and big data. Upholding “Benfen” as the core value, the company will always respect global market rules and norms in developing global business. Further, to achieve a win-win for everyone, OPPO will work alongside global industry chain partners with an open mind on 5G mobile technology innovations. In this way, OPPO and its partners aim to provide users with a quick, convenient, and exciting technology experience, and will collaborate towards building a new ecosystem of intelligent connectivity.
Reliance Life Insurance’s IPO has received applications worth Rs 2.41 billion. According to sales manager Sanima Capital, 66,331 people have applied for 241,31,870 lots by 5 pm on Monday. This is 4.25 times more than the demand for 5.67 million open lots for sale to the public.
However, the sales manager said that the final figures are yet to come. Reliance has opened sale of 6.3 million IPO lots at the rate of Rs. Of the total 6.3 million IPOs sold by Reliance, 5% or 315,000 were allocated to collective investment funds and the same 5% or 315,000 to employees. The general public could apply for the remaining 5.67 million lots.
ICRA Nepal has given BB Plus rating to Reliance’s IPO. This indicates that the underlying condition of the company is average. At the same time, it indicates that the company’s ability to bear financial obligations is an average risk. Sanima Capital has acted as the sales manager. At present, RIL’s paid-up capital is Rs 1.70 billion. After the IPO sale, its paid-up capital will reach Rs 2.10 billion.
Kathmandu. The government has said that Nepalese returning from abroad do not have to stay in the hotel quarantine if they show a PCR report at the airport that they do not have a corona.
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Bhattarai said that those whose PCR report is negative will be able to go home directly.
There was widespread criticism of the government’s decision to allow foreign nationals to stay in hotel quarantines.
‘PCR passengers have to fill up a form on the government’s website. Nepal’s address should be clearly written ‘, Minister Bhattarai said,’ After coming to Nepal, if you show a negative report from the airport, you will be allowed to go home with a commitment to stay at home quarantine for 14 days. ‘
The government had decided to rescue stranded citizens in different countries and keep them in hotel quarantine for seven days. Minister Bhattarai said that those coming from countries where the rate of corona infection is low and PCR testing is easy will be brought to Nepal only after the PCR report is negative and they will not have to stay in the hotel quarantine. He said rescue flights would be conducted for countries where PCR testing was not easy.
Minister Bhattarai said that citizens coming to Nepal without PCR test should stay in hotel quarantine. Mentioning that there is a rule in other countries of the world that a person from another country has to bear the cost while staying in the quarantine, he said that one can stay in the hotel quarantine for 7 nights and 8 days out of 11,000.
He said, ‘Seven nights and 8 days package is 11 thousand if 2 people live in one room. If you live single, it is 17,500. It happens on an average of 15 hundred a day. ‘
“Hotels must meet health standards, have gates and compounds, have open spaces, be clean, have TVs and Wi-Fi in the rooms,” he said. “There should be attached toilets and bathrooms.” Drinking hot water should be arranged. Meals and food should be given 4 times. There are more than 2500 and 4000 hotels that are more expensive than that.