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Vivo announces its V17 Pro with the world’s first dual pop-up selfie camera

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Vivo has just made a big announcement in the smartphone market. This is not just a new smartphone from Vivo but it is also a new innovation from the company. You might have seen the trend of using pop-up selfie cameras on a smartphone instead of the notch or in-display camera. Also, we have seen that under-the-glass cameras are also going to come in the near future. But before that technology comes into existence, we have to make do with a pop-up selfie camera. While most of the pop-up selfie cameras released come with a single sensor, Vivo’s V17 Pro comes with a dual selfie camera with a single pop-up.

This means that the whole pop-up mechanism lifts up and the dual selfie cameras get revealed giving you a superior selfie experience. We know that BBK Electronics-owned Oppo and Vivo are known for its camera capabilities as well so this has to be understandable. Apart from the front cameras, Vivo also includes four cameras on the back of V17 Pro which means that the smartphone has six cameras in total.

On the front of Vivo V17 Pro, you get a 32MP selfie camera along with an 8MP ultra-wide sensor as well so that you can take advantage of wide-angle selfies. On the back, you get the primary camera, ultra-wide camera, telephoto lens as well as a depth sensor. This shows that the focus with Vivo V17 Pro from the company is on its camera performance.

That doesn’t mean, however, that the smartphone comes with mediocre specifications. Because the V17 Pro has a Snapdragon 675 processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4,100mAh battery with 18W charging. Vivo has launched this smartphone at a price of US$423. Currently, Vivo has only launched this smartphone in India and we don’t expect it to be available outside of India and China.

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Death after unmasked arrest – Mexico Floyd

The official reason for the arrest revealed by the police is not known, but the video footage posted on social media at the time of the arrest suggests that the reason is “not wearing a mask.”

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Amid a stir across the U.S. over the “George Floyd” incident that killed white police abuses, similar cases of abuse of public power have been revealed in Mexico, sparking public outrage.

The daily El Universal has been protesting against the incident since it was belatedly revealed that construction worker Giovanni Lopez died the next day after being arrested by police in Guadalajara, western Mexico, on April 4.

The official reason for the arrest revealed by the police is not known, but the video footage posted on social media at the time of the arrest suggests that the reason is “not wearing a mask.”

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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes while Floyd was handcuffed face down in the street

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Nobel Prize Honjo, a professor at Kyoto University – 22.6 billion yen in legal battles

Professor Honjo plans to file a lawsuit against Ono Pharmaceutical Industry to increase the distribution ratio of patent fees in 2006.

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Dasuku Honjo, a professor at Kyoto University who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, will fight a 250 billion won legal battle with a Japanese pharmaceutical company that makes and sells cancer treatments that reflect his research results.

Professor Honjo plans to file a lawsuit against Ono Pharmaceutical Industry to increase the distribution ratio of patent fees in 2006.

Ono Pharmaceutical Industry Co., which reportedly proposed a donation of up to 30 billion yen to Kyoto University as a compromise last year, responded to Professor Honjo’s press conference by saying, “We cannot comment because we do not understand the contents,” Kyodo News reported.

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