5x Smartphone photography technology AT MWC!

Chinese handset manufacturer Oppo has announced that it will reveal a “5x smartphone photography technology” at the MWC 2017 trade show. The company has confirmed it will unveil the tech on February 27 in Barcelona, though from its invite it’s unclear if it will be hosting a separate event to do so. It is also promoting the unveiling on its social properties.

With the tag lines “Go 5x further” and “So close you can feel it”, it appears the company’s “5x smartphone photography” is referring to some sort of optical zoom feature. Oppo’s new smartphone photography technology can be expected to debut on the company’s future handsets to be released this year.

Speaking about the technology, Sky Li, VP, OPPO, MD of International Mobile Business and President of Oppo India, said, “Oppo’s relentless pursuit of perfection without compromise has given birth to a remarkable technological breakthrough that will change how the world perceives smartphone photography. This remarkable achievement is the result of an extensive, year-long R&D process, combined with Oppo’s unparalleled expertise in smartphone imaging technology.” The Chinese company last year at the MWC 2017 trade show unveiled its battery technology.

“We chose MWC to unveil the ‘5x’ technology with the belief that we can inspire the industry to aim higher, and continue to create pioneering products that give amazing experiences to consumers,” he added.

So lets wait for the new tech to be unvield at the MWC and get the first impressions!!


BS IV Complaint GIXXER

  • The BS IV compliant models gets new auto headlamp on and new graphics

  • The BS IV Suzuki Access also gets a new metallic silver colour option

  • Prices for the BS IV models have gone up by Rs. 1000 over the older range


    Suzuki Motorcycle India has announced the launch of the updated Gixxer and Gixxer SF two wheelers that are now BS IV compliant in the country. The BS IV compliant models are around ₹ 1000 more expensive than the older versions. The announcement comes ahead of the Indian government’s deadline for manufacturers to update existing two wheelers to BS IV compliant models by 31st March 2017. So, the Suzuki range now comes with a more environment friendly engine, Auto Headlamp on (AHO) feature and new graphics. The Access also gets a new colour option as well.

    2017 Suzuki Gixxer BS IV Prices:

    Suzuki Gixxer Rear Disc: ₹ 80,528 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    Suzuki Gixxer Rear Drum: 77,452 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

    2017 suzuki gixxer bs iv

    For 2017, the Suzuki Gixxer and Gixxer SF (full faired version) get new sporty graphics across the fuel tank along with a much larger Gixxer decal on the tank. The bikes also come with clear lend LED tail lamps that add to the visual appeal of the bikes. The Gixxer will be available in three colours – Pearl Mira Red, Metallic Triton Blue and Glass Sparkle Black. The bike comes with a dual-tone paint scheme with the lower half finished in gloss black.

    The three colours are offered on the rear disc brake version of the Suzuki Gixxer, while the all-black option will also be available on the rear drum brake variant.


    2017 Suzuki Gixxer SF BS IV Prices:


    Suzuki Gixxer SF: ₹ 89,659 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    Suuzki Gixxer SF Fi: ₹ 93,499 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    2017 suzuki gixxer sf bs ivThe 2017 Suzuki Gixxer SF is now available in new sporty graphics inspired from the Suzuki logo across all colours – Metallic Triton Blue, Glass Sparkle Black and Metallic Mat Black, and Pearl Mira Red. The Gixxer SF Fi variant will be available in Metallic Triton Blue and Glass Sparkle Black with Metallic Mat Black colours. As for the powertrain, the new Suzuki Gixxer and Gixxer SF continue to use the 154.9 cc single-cylinder engine tuned to produce 14.6 bhp of power. The motor on the SF also comes in a fuel injected version that makes for better throttle response.

New Innovation!!

 NOW,wirelessly charge devices anywhere in the room!!


The technology was developed by scientists at Disney Research.

Scientists at Disney Research have developed a way to wirelessly charge several electronic devices in a room, eliminating the need for electrical cords or charging cradles.

The method makes it possible to power several cellphones, fans and lights simultaneously.

“This new innovative method will make it possible for electrical power to become as ubiquitous as WiFi,” said Alanson Sample, associate lab director and principal research scientist at Disney Research in the US.

“This in turn could enable new applications for robots and other small mobile devices by eliminating the need to replace batteries and wires for charging,” Sample said.

“We’ve demonstrated room-scale wireless power, but there’s no reason we couldn’t scale this down to the size of a toy chest or up to the size of a warehouse,” said Sample.

According to Sample, wireless power transmission is a long-standing technological dream.

Celebrated inventor Nikola Tesla famously demonstrated a wireless lighting system in the 1890s and proposed a system for transmitting power long distances to homes and factories, though it never came to fruition.

Today, most wireless power transmission occurs over very short distances, typically involving charging stands or pads.

The method called quasistatic cavity resonance (QSCR) involves inducing electrical currents in metallised walls, floor and ceiling of a room, which in turn generate magnetic fields that permeate the room’s interior.

This enables power to be transmitted efficiently to receiving coils that operate at the same resonant frequency as the magnetic fields.

“Our simulations show we can transmit 1.9 kilowatts of power while meeting federal safety guidelines,” said Matthew J Chabalko, from Disney Research.

“This is equivalent to simultaneously charging 320 smart phones,” Chabalko said.

In the demonstration, the researchers constructed a 16×16-foot room with aluminium walls, ceiling and floor bolted to an aluminium frame.

A copper pole was placed in the centre of the room; a small gap was created in the pole, into which discrete capacitors were inserted.

“It is those capacitors that set the electromagnetic frequency of the structure and confine the electric fields,” Chabalko said.

Devices operating at that low megahertz frequency can receive power almost anywhere in the room.

Though the demonstration room was specially constructed, Sample said it will be possible to reduce the need for metallised walls, ceilings and floors in the future.

It may be possible to retrofit existing structures, for instance, with modular panels or conductive paint. Larger spaces might be accommodated by using multiple copper poles.

The study appears in the journal PLOS ONE.

Whats coming to the MWC 2017??

Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry, organised by the GSMA and held in the Mobile World Capital Barcelona, 27 February – 2 March 2017

Samsung at MWC

Samsung galaxy S8 is rumored to be launched on 18th of April, this year. But Samsung won’t allow MWC to go waste, it is expected that an early trailer or even launch of S8 to beat the heat from its competitors. There are a lot of expectations from S8, after the down rated sales of Galaxy Note 7. VR Gear is also expected along with the S8. If launched, S8 will not be shipped, not until April. Which is oblivious as Samsung seems in no hurry. Samsung has a huge booth in MWC, is proves that Samsung has a lot to display.

Samsung might reveal the lauch date for the flagship samsung galaxy S8.

Nokia at MWC

HMD Global which sale the phones under the name of Nokia, has already made a comeback with the launch of Nokia 6, which is a China exclusive phone.

Nokia may give the details about the international availability for Nokia 6. Nokia is expected to launch the flagship phone Nokia P1 alongside the afforadable Nokia 3 & Nokia 5. Nokia may relaunch the Legendary Nokia 3310 at MWC.

Huawei at MWC

Huawei has a press event lined up on 26, the invitation says a “flagship device” is about to be unveiled.

Huawei is expected to launch its flagship phone huawei P10 at MWC. THE P10 will be having a dual camera at the rear. Huawei will also launch Huawei watch 2.

LG,BlackBerry, OPPO & Others

Samsung’s sheer rival LG is expected to launch its flagship phone G6. LG has released a teaser video which talks about bigger and narrower screen and water proof phone. And this time it won’t be modular. Wireless charging and better camera is also expected in G6.

Blackberry has a long awaited phone called Mercury, which features a keypad and fingerprint scanner. Powered by android, it might come with Type-C charging. Being android, it will be easy to get some top app development services for this device.

Oppo, Chinese mobile giant has also a device called Oppo Find 9 which is expected to be launched at MWC. Powered by a monstrous Snapdragon 835 processor and a combination of 21 and 16 mega pixel cameras this device will be fueled by a 4100mAh battery.

Google always has a huge presence at the MWC. Android wear 2.0 is expected to be launched from Google’s stage. However, normally Google doesn’t launch its products at MWC. Along with Android Wear 2.0, we expect to see some devices that are made over Android Wear 2.0.

We also expect to see some apps to be launched soon after MWC from top app development companies and additional accessories in order to match with the phones and processing power of these devices.

KTM DUKE 390 2k17

All-new 2017 KTM 390 Duke to be launched on February 23, 2017 :


It is confirmed that the all new ktm duke 390 2017 will be launched in india on 23 feb 2017.The 2017 model is all-new,The new KTM Duke range looks different and is likely to feel very different to ride as well.

The new 373cc engine on the KTM 390 Duke is similar to the current one – a liquid-cooled fuel-injected DOHC 4-valve single.it will get the ride-bby-wire technology. The new 373cc engine on the KTM 390 Duke is similar to the current one – a liquid-cooled fuel-injected DOHC 4-valve single.

On the chassis front, the KTM 390 Duke retains the geometry of the old motorcycle, but in the specification are larger (from our KTM RC390 experience, sharper) brakes but more importantly, entirely new suspension. The front forks are WP Split Forks, which is WP-speak for split-function forks. This means the 43mm upside-down forks will separate their job – compression and rebound – between the two legs. These will not, however, be adjustable in any way.


The launch of the KTM 390 Duke and the KTM 200 Duke is set for February 23, 2017.

Launch Alert

Ferrari 812 Super fast – The Beast 

download  The 812 is the most powerful ferrari ever.Ferrari unveiled its latest cannon today, ahead of next month’s Geneva International Motor Show: The 812 Superfast marks Maranello’s fastest, most powerful production car ever.

812 replacing the F12 Berlinetta ,is a 6.5-litre V12 with 789bhp. Yikes. That makes it nearly 60bhp healthier than the old F12’s 6.3-litre V12. This 6.5 is Ferrari’s most powerful naturally aspirated engine yet. Quite fitting, giving it may just be its last.

That peak power is delivered at 8,500rpm, by which point the noise is doubtless spectacular. Peak torque – 530lb ft, since you ask – arrives little earlier, at a still dizzying 7,000rpm. God, we’ll miss turbo-free engines.

The styling is rather more complex than the pretty F12’s, with quad taillights, new air intakes up front and all manner of aerodynamic aids, such as active flaps and that incongruously red rear diffuser. Though conversely it looks like the F12’s open front fender ‘aero bridge’ has been closed off. The lights are all LED while the colour is apparently new, though still very recognisably rosso.

Inside, there’s a new steering wheel and resdesigned instrument clusters, but if you didn’t like Ferrari’s approach to ergonomics before, you’re not going to be suddenly won over. The 812 Superfast is an evolution rather than revolution over the F12 Berlinetta.

We’ll see the Ferrari 812 Superfast at the 2017 Geneva motor show, which opens in early March. We should have a better idea of its tech, aero and perhaps pricing then, too. Though it’s safe to say you’ll need at least £250,000, and a modestly specced 812 will pass £300,000 fairly quickly

What do you think about this Beast…tell me in comments below!!