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Realme X Review With Snappy Performance and Notchless Display

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Realme X, the company has taken some of the best features of Realme 3 pro and added so much more latest features with the competitive Price of the phone.

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  • Realme X lite is a Rebranded Phone of Realme 3 Pro with some of the same features, while The Realme X is a Brand new Phone.
  • Realme X has been launched in China with the Price Range of CNY (Chinese Currency) 1,499 when converted in  Indian Rupees it is (approx  RS 15,300).
  • Realme X comes With the pretty large 6.5 inches Notchless display 

Realme has entered the Chinese market by launching two major phones Realme X and Realme X lite. The Realme X is a rebranded phone of Realme 3 pro, While Realme X is a brand new phone in the market. The success of Realme India has the confidence to launch in China after the one year of its existence in the market.

Realme X has both style and price at an affordable price. The Realme 3 pro that launched in India offered a powerful Snapdragon 710 chipset with a water drop notch and VOOC  3.0 fast charging at just RS 13,999, which is Cheap recipe for Success. With the Realme X, the company has implemented some of the best features and has added so much more, With the Price impressively competitive.

The Realme X has been propelled in China with a beginning cost of CNY 1,499 (approx Rs 15,300) going as far as possible up to CNY 1,799 (approx Rs 18,300). This implies there’s an extraordinary shot that the Realme X will be valued well under Rs 20,000 when it dispatches in India.

Realme X is a truly enormous mobile phone because of its 6.5-inch show. The bent backboard, be that as it may, makes it simple to grasp the gadget. The classic board is polished yet it looks very alluring in two new inclination shades. One is a mix of blue and purple tints while the other is white with shades of pink. Both the shading alternatives show S-formed example when seeing it certain edges under the light. I got the blue shading variation to look at, and keeping in mind that it doesn’t look novel in the bigger plan of inclination mobile phone out there, it looks lovely.

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The power catch has a yellow emphasize, which is a pleasant touch. For a mobile phone as huge as the Realme X, the power and volume catches are well-set close to the focal point of the edge for every reachability. The top focus of the casing is the place the selfie camera flies out. Simply over the power catch, you have a SIM plate that can hold two Nano SIM cards. Shockingly there is no help for capacity expandability, which would most likely be an issue for the 64GB variation. It will intrigue perceive how purchasers, particularly in India, will respond to the missing microSD card choice.

The Realme X gets a 3.5mm earphone jack and a Type-C port, the two of which are invited. There’s a solitary speaker grille on the base that gets quite boisterous. The mobile phone additionally bolsters Dolby Atmos, which should offer a sweet involvement with headphones.

This is Realme’s first mobile phone with an indent less showcase and it’s incredible to see an organization that is only a year old figure out how to stay aware of current patterns so well. The bezels on the top and sides are very flimsy. There is a jawline, however, it is anything but a thick one. What you’re left with is a great deal of presentation and no diversions at all.

The Realme X offers a 6.5-inch AMOLED board that has been given by Samsung. The goals are FHD+ (2340×1080) and its extremely shocking presentation with everything taken into account. It’s anything but difficult to adore the brilliant and distinctive hues on screen. The hues look profound and rich, and blacks look far and away superior. This is the correct sort of showcase for a framework wide dull mode and you can anticipate that that should accompany Android Q. Recordings and recreations should look great on the Realme X, yet I couldn’t comprehensively test it out.

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SBI Yono app not working Since Morning all transactions and payments Stopped at the moment

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The State Bank of India’s online transaction portals has been down since the morning of July 22. SBI customers haven’t been able to use the online portals and apps to carry out transactions. The services affected so far have been found to be SBI’s online net banking portal as well as the YONO app for smartphones. The bank hasn’t reached out to the media or consumers regarding the disruption in these services.

Users of the SBI YONO app are being denied access to the accounts and the app extends the waiting period if the user tries to keep logging in the services. As for the SBI online net banking services, the web page isn’t loading.

So far till now, SBI hasn’t released an official statement regarding the massive blackout of its services. Until the issue is sorted, it is advised that SBI customers should refrain from making online payments during this period.

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Girish Karnad Passed Away on Monday

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Veteran playwright and actor Girish Karnad passed away on Monday at the age of 81 after a prolonged illness in Karnataka, Bengaluru.

Karnad, Who has won the Jnanpith Award, was also conferred the Padma Shri in 1974 and the Padma Bhushan in 1992. He was also a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford University, in the 1960s that earned him his Master of Arts degree in philosophy, political science, and economics.

His plays, written in Kannada, have been translated into English and many several Indian languages.

He made his acting debut and screenwriting debut in iconic Kannada movie, “Samskara” (1970), based on a novel by UR Ananthamurthy. It was directed by Pattabhirama Reddy and the film won the first President’s Golden Lotus Award for Kannada cinema.

he is best known as a writer and thinker.

Karnad was one of the most prominent artistic voices of his generation.

He was an eminent playwright with works such as “Nagmandala”, “Yayati” and “Tughlaq”, which was one of the most successfully performed plays, to his credit.

He also worked in Hindi cinema’s parallel film movement in movies such as “Swami”, and “Nishant”. His TV credits include “Malgudi Days” in which he played Swami’s father and a hosting stint in the science magazine “Turning Point” on Doordarshan in the early 1990s.

In later years, Karnad was seen in commercial films such as Salman Khan’s “Tiger Zinda Hai” and Ajay Devgn-starrer “Shivaay”.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi offering his condolences on Twitter said that the actor’s “works will continue being popular in the years to come.

 

The cremation is scheduled at Kalpalli crematorium later in the day, said by the Karnad’s family.

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Maharashtra board Ready to declare Class 12th results tomorrow

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The Maharashtra Board has not given an official confirmation on the date and time of the result but reports of the Maharashtra board suggest that HSC result will be declared around tomorrow afternoon at 1 pm. Students can check their results on the official website of the Maharashtra boardmahresult.nic.in

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is likely to declare 2019 Class 12th results tomorrow afternoon at 1 pm. Students can check their results on the official website of the board- mahresult.nic.in. Apart from the official website, the students can also check their results on examresults.net and indiaresults.com

The Maharashtra Board conducted the Class 12th examinations from February 21 to March 20, 2019. This year, over 14 lakh students had registered for the MSBSHSE Class 12th examinations.

Last year, the board recorded a pass percentage of 88.41% in the Class 12th examinations. As many as 92.36% of girls had passed the Class 12th examination while the pass percentage for boys was recorded at 85.23%. The pass percentage for Science was recorded to be 95.85%, 89.50% for commerce and 78.93 percent for Humanities.

How To Check MSBSHSE HSC Result 2019?

  1. Visit the Official WebSite mahresult.nic.in
  2. Click on the link which says ‘HSC result 2019’
  3. Enter your details for ex Name or Roll Number
  4. Then click on “Submit”
  5. MSBSHSE HSC Result 2019 will be displayed on screen.
  6. Take a Print Out for Future Referance

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