Xiaomi CEO posts high-quality renders of the Mi 9 before the phone is even announced 🔥⚡🔥
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The upcoming announcement of the Mi 9 is no secret at this point – it'll actually be revealed on the same day as the Galaxy S10 – but Xiaomi's CEO took to Weibo and Twitter to show off some hi-resolution renders of his company's upcoming flagship. Though this is usually the case with final renders, the Mi 9 looks quite snazzy.
Pictures of the Mi 9 have leaked previously, so it wouldn't surprise us if Xiaomi did this to correct any misinformation, as well as to get the hype train going. The most obvious feature is the triple rear camera setup, but in one of the renders, you can see a fourth (or third, depending on if you consider the volume rocker a single unit) button on the other side of the phone.
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OnePlus has been playing with teasers for its first 5G smartphone for quite some time. The company has recently announced an appearance at MWC 2019, that happens later on this month. Today the Chinese company confirmed that its MWC event is directly related with the 5G OnePlus handset.
In regard to this particular event, OnePlus is inviting everyone to “communicate” over a 5G network at its stand within Qualcomm’s booth at Mobile World Congress. Furthermore, the company mentions that those attending to the event will be able to get a taste of 5G gaming Experience through one of its latest “OnePlus Prototype with 5G.” Since OnePlus is teasing the gaming experience, we assume that this smartphone will have quite some power to impress the audience, perhaps, OnePlus next flagship will come with a certain focus in the gaming industry.
The flagship attraction of Hampi, the Stone Chariot, is not actually a chariot, but a shrine in the Vittala Temple complex in Hampi.
An avatar of Vishnu — Vittala, had as his vehicle, Garuda, the king of eagles. The stone chariot was built as a shrine of Garuda.
It might look like a monolithic structure, but it is actually made of several huge blocks of Granite, and the joints are manuevered into the stunning rock carvings of the chariot.
It is a world heritage site and it currently adorns the Indian currency bill of ₹50.