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Poco’s cheapest phone launched in India, know the price

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Poco M5 has been launched in India. This Poco M-series phone comes with a water-drop style notch. Octa-core MediaTek Helio G99 processor has been given in this phone. This smartphone comes with up to 6GB of RAM.

A triple camera setup has been given on the rear of this phone. Its primary camera is 50-megapixel. This phone has a 90Hz refresh rate display. Its front has an 8-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.

About Poco M5-

Poco M5 price in India starts from Rs.12,499. This price is for its base variant. It has 64GB of internal memory with 4GB of RAM. Its second variant has 128GB of storage with 6GB of RAM. Its price has been kept at Rs 14,499.

This smartphone has been introduced in Blue, Poco Yellow, and Power Black color options. Talking about availability, the sale of Poco M5 will start on September 13. This phone will be sold through Flipkart.

During the Flipkart Big Billion Day sale, a discount of Rs 1500 will be given on buying it with ICICI and Axis bank cards. Disney + Hotstar subscription for 1 year and free screen protection for 6 months will also be given with this phone.

Specifications and features of Poco M5-

Poco M5 has a 6.58-inch full-HD + IPS LCD screen. Its refresh rate is up to 90Hz. Its touch sampling rate is 240Hz. It has been given the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3. This smartphone comes with Octa-core 6nm MediaTek Helio G99 processor.

It has up to 6GB of RAM. However, RAM can also be increased with the Turbo RAM feature. Talking about photography, a triple camera setup has been given in this phone. Its primary camera is 50-megapixel. It is accompanied by a 2-megapixel macro shooter and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.

The front of the phone has an 8-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls. 128GB of storage has been given to this phone. This phone has a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.

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Bitcoin has dropped to a three-month low, putting other cryptocurrencies under pressure

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Bitcoin has dropped to a three-month low, putting other cryptocurrencies under pressure

Bitcoin, the largest digital asset by market value, fell to $18,256 on the Bitfinex trading platform on Monday morning. This is the lowest level in about three months. The market value of all 21,000 internet currencies fell to around 900 billion US dollars.

Ether, the second largest cryptocurrency by market value, also fell significantly. For the first time in two months, an ether cost less than $1,300. The digital value, which is considered to be particularly innovative, has not yet been able to fulfill the hopes that were placed on it in view of a long-awaited technical innovation. This innovation (“The Merge”) promises significantly higher efficiency and significantly less energy consumption than when using the previous technology.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have recently corrected significantly. Trade cryptos such as Bitcoin or Ethereum with leverage at Germany’s No. 1 CFD provider and participate in rising and falling prices.

The price losses of Bitcoin and its ilk occur at the beginning of a week with numerous central bank meetings. Above all, the US Federal Reserve will decide on its monetary policy course on Wednesday. In view of the very high inflation, a further sharp rise in interest rates is expected. Rising interest rates are generally seen as a drag on risky assets, which include cryptocurrencies.

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A new Trailer of Sonic Frontiers TGS 2022

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A new Sonic Frontiers trailer has arrived, courtesy of the Tokyo Game Show. SEGA’s mascot delves deeper into the new title’s open zone environments with new gameplay and cinematic clips, culminating in the revelation that, yes, you can go Super Sonic.

That is, once you have all of the chaos emeralds. As usual, you’ll need to collect all seven of the colored gems in order to activate Sonic’s supercharged form, and the adventure appears to culminate in a massive boss battle. We suppose this is par for the course with Sonic games.

Anyway, the game will be released on November 8th for PS5 and PS4. Are you pumped? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

See the trailer here-

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The best iPhone and Android games

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The best iPhone and Android games

Less than a decade ago, the very idea of mobile gaming made both techies and gamers cringe. However, mobile gaming is alive, well, and massive these days. And, as smartphones become more powerful, we get more than just connect-3 games, but also decent shooters, adventures, platformers, and strategies.

Here are the best mobile games to install right now:

  • Action / shooters / PvP games
  • MOBA and Strategy games
  • Adventure games

Best action and shooter for iPhone and Android

Apex Legends Mobile

If you’re looking for a good shooter for your phone or tablet, we think Apex Mobile is the absolute best right now. The quality (if you have a powerful phone) is extremely close to that of consoles, and the controls feel just as smooth and satisfying — something that developer Respawn appears to be very good at fine-tuning.

Apex Mobile also supports your Xbox or Playstation controllers right away, giving you a console-grade experience on a small screen.

Call of Duty: Mobile

This one is self-explanatory: Call of Duty is such a massive franchise that when the Mobile spinoff was released, millions of people immediately downloaded it. We do think its controls could be improved, as they don’t feel as smooth and accurate as Apexes. However, it does support your console controller right out of the box.

Lost Light

Escape From Tarkov for mobile, but in third person — the game is open about its influences, from the Factory map to seasonal wipes. Of course, it’s a bit simplified because it’s a mobile game — at the very least, you have a working map that shows you where your extractions are.

However, don’t dismiss it too quickly. The game does include many of the complex systems that Tarkov challenges hardcore players with, such as bleeding and fractures, various vendors and a player-driven black market, scavenging for rare supplies, and building your hideout from scratch.

So, expect a fairly lengthy introduction tutorial period spread across a few level playthroughs before you can hope to join PvP.

Lost Light doesn’t support controllers on mobile, but it’s available for PC and Nvidia Now, where you can use alternative controls.

Badlanders

Another third-person shooter inspired by Tarkov. This one, on the other hand, simplifies gaming mechanics significantly more. So, if you’re looking for a bit of that Tarkov buzz but with a distinct “mobile game” feel and no plethora of punishing mechanics, this one is for you.

Best MOBA and Strategy games for iPhone and Android

League of Legends: Wild Rift

League of Legends was the king of the MOBA scene on PC (note: DOTA 2 is awesome), so its mobile port was obviously a hit. It’s the go-to MOBA because it’s been in development for years and is full of fleshed-out and balanced characters and items.

Overdox

Overdox is a hybrid of a battle royale and a MOBA with RPG elements. Furthermore, it is a melee weapon only. So you have to be the last man standing and dispatch your enemies by swinging large blades, hammers, flails, and whatever else you can think of. On top of that, there’s a nice coat of futuristic anime-like aesthetic.

Door Kickers

Top-down action squad manager game. It’s a single-player, offline game with a ton of missions and a random mission generator once you’ve completed everything else.

Best Adventure games for iPhone and Android

Brothers: A Tale of Two sons

A story-driven adventure game that is beautiful, heartwarming, and then heartbreaking. The gameplay concept is straightforward: you play as two brothers on an adventure to save their father, using the twin-stick format. It’s all about using their distinct abilities and builds to overcome various puzzles and challenges. And, of course, immersing themselves in the fantasy world in which they live.

Sky: Children of the Light

This is a one-of-a-kind social adventure game with no real stakes or battles. It’s about embarking on a journey and sharing this beautiful, peaceful fantasy world with other online players. It’s one of the few “peaceful games” that has made it into the mainstream thanks to a couple of streamers. All we can say is that it’s fantastic to put on a pair of headphones and relax with this one.

Monument Valley

This is a surreal puzzle game in which you must manipulate the paradoxical architecture around you in order to progress. It’s yet another lovely, peaceful experience that everyone who’s tried it adores.

The Silent Age

This is a puzzle adventure game that uses a time-travel gimmick to alternate between a stylized 1970s world and an unknown future timeline when humanity has become extinct. It’s an atmospheric, peaceful, and slightly depressing adventure game that we liked because of its art style, story delivery, and relaxed gameplay.

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