Just like the F5 a couple of weeks back, the OPPO R11s is "pre-announced" today, showing its true colors, both figuratively and literally, on the OEM's official Chinese website. With this, the company might have little to say during the launch event which is scheduled for November 2 in China. It's nearly time for another dual launch, with the OPPO F5 "selfie expert" targeting countries like India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand, while the R11s probably intends to put China first.
Nvidia Officially Details GTX 1070 Ti, Opens Founder's Edition Pre-Orders
Having that said I am sure that you are interested in checking out the performance of the graphics card. With these specifications, the card targets 1440p gameplay with all the settings cranked up.
In any case, the newest detail from Oppo now confirms numerous past rumors and leaks about the device. More details will be revealed on the 30th and 31st of October. Well, the company might have few surprises for the fans as well the consumers. Unlike the Oppo F3 series, the Oppo F5 comes with a single 20MP shooter on the front, which also shoots Portrait selfies and yeah, the shooter can also be used to unlock the smartphone as Oppo has added a dedicated Face Unlock feature in the smartphone. It sports dual cameras one 20-megapixel and another 16-megapixel sensor accompanied by a dual-LED flash and f/1.7 aperture. Oppo will release an F5 with 4GB/6GB of RAM and an F5 Youth, which while not confirmed, we presume will have less than 4GB. Unlike the Oppo R11, the R11s features a bezel-less design language accentuated by a 6-inch FullView AMOLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio and HD+ (1080x2160) resolution.
Massive fire breaks out near Mumbai's Bandra station
Google Maps image locates the Bandra Railway Station, the Bandra East to West FoB and Bandra East Skywalk. . Massive fire broke out at a slum near Behrampada locality near Mumbai's Bandra station on Thursday.
Connectivity options include 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and dual-SIM support. Much like the Oppo R11, the R11s is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 660 SoC.
Have You Heard About The Third Type Of Diabetes - Type 3c Diabetes?
The University of Surrey discovered that, in adults, type 3c was more common than type 1, which affects 400,000 people in the UK. A study from the National Institutes of Health in 2008 also identified Type 3c as a kind of diabetes that is "underdiagnosed".