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Walton Releases New 4G Handset

With Face Unlock Feature
Bangladeshi Local brand Walton has released its new 4G enabled smartphone Primo S6 infinity which features face unlock technology to provide maximum security of the device along with a back fingerprint scanner.
Asifur Rahman Khan, chief of Walton Cellular Phone Marketing Division, said, priced at only 16,990 BDT, the phone is available at all Walton Plaza, brand and retail outlets across the country from Friday in three different colours of Blue, Gold and Gray.
The five-finger multi-touch smartphone bears a 5.5-Inch in-cell HD plus18:9 full-view IPS display with 2.5D curved glass.
Runs on Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, the device is powered by a 64-bit 1.3 GHz Quad-core processor and comes with 3 GB RAM and Mali-T720 GPU. It sports 32 GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded upto 256 GB via a microSD card.
In terms of optics, ‘Primo S6 infinity’ sports a 13MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, PDAF support, LED flash, 5p lens and BSI sensor along with a set of attractive shooting modes. Its 8MP front facing camera with f/2.2 aperture, soft LED flash, 4p lens and BSI sensor ensures best selfies. Rear camera can capture full HD (1920X1080 pixel) while the front HD (1280X720 pixel) videos.
Powered by a 3000 mAh battery, the 8.1mm slim smartphone weighs only 146 grams.
OTG with reverse charging, split screen, screen recorder, full HD video playback with camcorder, FM radio with recording, smart eye protection, notification light are some of the other notable features of the phone w

Apple Might Offer Lower-Cost MacBook Air in Spring

Apple has left the MacBook Air mostly untouched for years, including its price. Ever since the 11-inch model disappeared in 2016, you’ve been looking at $999 or more for Apple’s ‘starter’ laptop — a tough sell given the aging design. It might become a better value before long, however. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (who has a mostly solid track record for Apple leaks and rumors) has claimed that Apple is preparing a MacBook Air with a ‘lower price tag’ for release this spring.
Details are scarce at the moment, but 9to5Mac noted that this corroborated a sketchy claim from Digitimes.
This doesn’t mean that Apple will redesign the MacBook Air. It gave the system just a modest spec bump in June 2017, and then only by using an older processor. It may have reasons to make a more substantial update this year, however. It might not have much choice but to upgrade to a modern processor thanks to Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. There’s also the question of ports. While plenty of people still rely on USB-A peripherals, it’s hard to see Apple keeping the connector on laptops for much longer when

Huawei Brings Color Band and

Smart Scale for Smarter Living
Global technology giant Huawei recently has brought Color Band A2 (hand band) and fitness tool Smart Scale to the Bangladesh market.
As people, especially the youths, are leaning towards wearable tech gadgets such as smart bands, which work as fitness tracker, watch and smartphone gear, are becoming increasingly popular. Huawei’s Color Band A2 comes with exciting features including heart rate monitor, pedometer, exercise and sleep tracker. Moreover, users can see and read their phone notification on the OLED display of the Color Band. This device has also got a smart alarm and idle-alert that silently wakes up or notifies the wearer with gentle vibrates.
The device can easily be paired with any Android or iOS devices using Huawei Wear app. The chipset of Color Band A2 is protected inside a metal frame and the entire front is covered with a scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass ensuring super durability. The device is water and dust resistant and it is conveniently priced at BDT 2,590.
One the other hand, China Institute of Sports Science (CISS) and Huawei Sports and Health Lab made Huawei Smart Scale which can show results analyzing 9 critical factors – weight, body fat percentage, BMI, muscle mass, body water percentage, bone mass, protein, visceral fat and BMR. It is made of tempered glass panel on a white body and can be connected with smartphones using Bluetooth. It also has smart alarm clock facility to remind users to check their weight at the same time every day for optimal analysis. It measures weight from 5 KG to 150 KG. The device is priced BDT 3,000 only.

“Demand of smart devices is increasing along with smartphones. With the continuous excellence in technology, we are determined to bring ultra-modern devices for our customers. In continuation to that endeavor, Huawei Color Band A2 and Smart Scale we are bringing these two devices to meet the evolving lifestyle of our customers,” said Ziauddin Chowdhury, Deputy Country Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group (Bangladesh).
Huawei Color Band A2 and Smart Scale devices are available at all Huawei brand shops in 64 districts across Bangladesh

the MacBook Pro and 12-inch MacBook both rely exclusively on USB-C. The big question is whether or not Apple can move past the Air’s old 1,440 x 900 display, which isn’t very competitive when many newer laptops have 1080p displays with richer colors.

Whatever happens to the hardware, a lower price would represent an acknowledgment that the MacBook Air is too important to cut from the lineup. Many had suspected that the 12-inch MacBook would eventually take its place, but the newer machine’s high price, lone port and limited performance have kept it from usurping the Air’s throne. Apple still has to lean on the Air whether or not it wants to move on, and that means making the system attractive enough to reel in buyers who would balk at the prices for other Mac portables
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