Day: April 2, 2020

Honor 30 Camera Module Leak Tips Sony IMX700 Sensor, Periscope Lens

Honor 30 from Huawei-backed brand Honor is set to launch on April 15, the company had earlier revealed on Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo. The Honor 30 has earlier been rumoured to come with Sony’s 50-megapixel IMX700 camera. Now, a report based on a picture of the Honor 30’s camera module further fuels the speculation that the Honor 30 might just sport the 50-megapixel Sony camera. The image shows a quad camera setup, along with a dual-LED flash and features like the Octa PD Autofocus seen on the Huawei P40 Pro as well.

Folks at GSMArena have sourced a picture showing the camera module on the Honor 30. According to the image, the Honor 30 is hinted to come with a quad camera setup that will include the industry’s highest resolution custom camera sensor, the 50-megapixel Sony IMX700 sensor. Now, we could not verify the authenticity of the image independently, but

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T-Mobile Closes Merger With Sprint, John Legere Hands Off CEO Role to Mike Sievert

T-Mobile US said on Wednesday it officially completed the $23 billion (roughly Rs. 1,75,000 crores) merger with Sprint, solidifying its position as the No.3 wireless providers in the United States. The deal comes after a long legal battle between multiple state attorneys general which argued that a merger between T-Mobile and Sprint would be anticompetitive. The combined company will now operate under the T-Mobile name and will trade on the NASDAQ as “TMUS.”

The deal also enables T-Mobile and Sprint to join their high-band and low-band spectrum that could allow a faster roll-out of national 5G.

Sprint acknowledged risks in an SEC filing, saying that its internal controls over financial reporting could negatively impact the combined company.

A US federal judge approved the deal, which was originally valued at $26 billion, in February, rejecting a claim by a group of states that the proposed transaction would violate antitrust laws and

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How Android can assist your work from home experience

Learn how to ease your work-at-home stress a bit with the help of your Android smartphone.

Image: iStockphoto/dragana991

By now, your company has probably relegated you and your team to working from home. For some, this change hardly registers on the emotional or mental scale; for others, it’s a tectonic shift in how you think, behave, and work. 

To those who find this a struggle, what do you do? Fortunately, you have plenty of tools to make this transition a bit easier. One such tool is your Android device. Believe it or not, that tiny smartphone can help your work at home experience be a bit less troublesome.

“How” you ask? You’d be surprised at just how well Google’s platform is able to make this new world order a bit easier.

Let me explain.

SEE: Top 100+ tips for telecommuters and managers (TechRepublic download)

Your backup network

Probably the biggest

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