Sunday, January 5

Motorola One Vision

motorola one vision
Motorola One Vision smartphone

Operating system
Android9 Pie with the latest AndroidOS upgrades

Video capture: UHD@30fps, FHD@30fps, FHD@60fps, HD@30fps
Front camera: 25MP, F2.0, Quad Pixel, 0.9um
Video capture: FHD@30fp, HD@30fps, Slow Motion: Full HD (120fps)
Memory 4 GB (RAM)
Internal 128 GB Expandable storage microSD Card support (up to 512GB)
Buy Motorola One Vision 128gb
Buy Motorola One Vision (Bronze Gradient, 128 GB)
Buy Motorola One Vision (Sapphire Gradient, 128 GB)

Motorola G8 plus

Moto G8 plus smartphone

#DontMissAThing

Android™ 9 Pie
Memory 4 GB DDR4 (RAM)
Internal 64 GB storage with microSD card support (up to 512 GB)
Display size 16.02 cms (6.3”) U notch, 400 ppi
Resolution FHD+ (2280*1080) Aspect ratio 19:9

Max Vision display
48 MP camera + Night Mode
Capture super sharp pictures and videos in low light situations, and beautifully vivid photos after dark.
 25 MP Quad Pixel front camera
Capture every detail and enjoy 4x low light sensitivity with Quad Pixel for picture-perfect selfies.

Buy Cosmic Blue Moto G8 plus
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Buy Crystal Pink Moto G8 plus
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Saturday, April 19

Amazing building

One of the Amazing buildings in the world.

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Clarity, Fairness, Trust, Creativity.
Never Give up on your Dreams.
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Wednesday, April 16

New Modular Cellphone

Project Ara is Google's attempt to reinvent the cellphone as we know it. Instead of a slab of glass and metal that you have no ability to upgrade, save for buying a new device, it's an attempt to launch a phone where all of the main components are interchangeable via modules that click in and out, attaching via electro-permanent magnets. Despite being highly customizable, it will only come in three main sizes, helping to eliminate the kind of device fragmentation that currently plagues Android. Google plans to roll out a "gray model," a very basic device that costs as little as $50, as well as higher-end handsets that could go for as much as $500 and up. The former will be released first — around this time next year if all goes according to plan — and will likely be a smaller, Wi-Fi-only version. This bare-bones model will be followed by the higher-end ones eventually. But Google's initial objective is to ramp up a hardware ecosystem that moves at the same pace as the software it runs.

It's ambitious, to say the least.
-Wired
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Monday, August 12

LS2 Helmets 393 Convert

LS2 Helmets 393 Convert