Vivo Nex S, Nex A With Pop-Up Selfie Camera, Up to 256GB Inbuilt Storage Launched: Price, Specifications

Vivo Nex S (left) and Nex A (right) HIGHLIGHTS The Vivo Nex S is the top-end offering The Nex A has the Snapdragon 710 SoC Both feature pop-up selfie cameras The Vivo Nex S and Vivo Nex A were launched in China as the company’s latest flagship smartphones on Tuesday. The Vivo Nex S is the premium model, and features a Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB RAM, up to 256GB inbuilt storage, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. The company claims the Vivo Nex S comes with the third-generation under-display fingerprint sensor that is claimed to…

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Oppo A3 With 6.2-Inch 19:9 Display, 16-Megapixel Camera Launched: Price, Specifications

HIGHLIGHTS Oppo A3 is already available to buy in China The company is touting features like face unlock, recognition It sports a iPhone X-like notch in its display Oppo A3 has been launched, a new mid-range offering with a 19:9 aspect ratio bezel-less display and an iPhone X-like notch. It also ships with 128GB of inbuilt storage, which is another highlight of the smartphone. The company is also touting the design of the smartphone, which uses ‘nano-scale microcrystalline’ tech to provide a diamond effect in colour patterns. As with other recent Oppophones,…

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Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder caught on camera

All the positive things that have been said recently about the Lamborghini Huracan Performante hold true for this new drop top version that has been caught on camera with some camouflage. Like the coupe, the Huracan Performante Spyder gets a 5.2-litre V10. It’s the same engine as the base Huracan but retuned here and fitted with a lighter exhaust that exits higher. The result is 30 more horsepower for a total of 631. The new exhaust also leaves room for a bigger rear diffuser, providing even more downforce. Going by…

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Canon to buy network video camera maker Axis

Canon is planning to buy Swedish security camera maker Axis Communicationsamid slumping demand for digital compact cameras. The tender offer is worth about ¥333 billion (US$2.8 billion) and has been approved by the three largest shareholders in Axis, Canon said Tuesday. Canon already makes its own security cameras, but with Axis it will gain a broad range of IP-based video surveillance products and an open application platform for third-party app development. Cameras make up nearly 40 percent of Canon’s sales, but as smartphones have damped sales of digital compact cameras,…

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