Certainly not every Samsung phone-lover can afford the Note series. For the masses on a budget, Samsung released their ‘A’ series smartphones starting in December 2014. Samsung Galaxy ‘A’ series line ranges from low to upper mid category smartphones targeting customers living mainly in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. As part of this line, it was recently announced that Samsung is going to release the Samsung Galaxy A71. This new member of Samsung Galaxy ‘A’ series is expected to be released on January 28, 2020.
Samsung Galaxy A71 comes with impressive camera experience, video quality, and battery life. Let’s explore its key features.
Nowadays the advanced Smartphones are on a race of providing the best possible camera features. Samsung Galaxy A71 is also going to impress the consumers with its advanced camera features. On the rear side of A71, you will find four cameras. To capture the memorable moments of life, the main camera is blessed with a 64 megapixel lens having f/1.8 aperture.
To capture images in details, you can use its ‘depth’ camera bearing a 5 mega-pixel lens with f/2.2 aperture. Besides these, the rear camera series include a 5 mega-pixel f/2.4 Macro camera, which is perfect for capturing images of any tiny object, like insects. If you love taking photos of vast landscapes, you can utilize Galaxy A71’s Ultra Wide camera which has a 123-degree angle lens featuring 12 mega-pixel power and f/2.2 aperture.
Samsung Galaxy A71 will not dishearten the selfie lovers. Thanks to the manufacturer for providing the front camera with a 32 megapixel lens with f/2.2 aperture. Using this latest ‘A’ series Samsung Smartphone Galaxy A71 you can keep mind-blowing selfies and groupies.
Like any other standard smartphone, Samsung Galaxy A71 is offering full HD display. Its 1080 x2400 resolution (at 20:9 with 393 ppi density) is fair enough to enjoy quality videos. You would love its 6.7-inch screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The Infinity-O Display will make this smartphone much user-friendly. What is more? This A71 model is equipped with Super AMOLED Plus ‘Panel’ which is expected to deliver better service than Super AMOLED Plus display provided in another latest ‘A’ series Samsung Galaxy Smartphone A51 model.
Samsung Galaxy A71 is coming with a non-removable Li-Po 4,500 mAh battery which out wins the 4300mAh battery of elite Smartphone Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Furthermore, A71 is backed up with a 25-Watt Super-Fast Charger. So you don’t need to look for a power port to recharge your phone frequently which is a great favor in our busy life.
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Samsung Galaxy A71 has a sleek body (163.6 x 76.0 x 7.7mm) with a chic look. Especially, the prism effect on the back side would charm the Samsung fans. Though this A71 smartphone will not belong to the category of minimal design, it is portable (179g). This smartphone will not be comfy for single-hand operation. However, if you are looking for a small gadget, A71 might not be your cup of tea.
Samsung Galaxy A71 secures its position among the standard smartphones in 2020 by virtue of its Octa-core processor. This smartphone will carry the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 (8 nm) chipset which is smart enough to run advanced games. Moreover, Android 10 Go Operating System will make this Samsung Galaxy smartphone run smoothly.
Like the upcoming Samsung Smartphone Note 10 Lite, the Galaxy A71 will bear 6 to 8 GB RAM with 128GB on board memory. Owning Samsung Galaxy A71 you can store huge amount of media files, and documents. If you need further space, you can insert a micro SD card to expand the memory up to 512 GB.
Unlike the average grade smartphones, this Galaxy A71 has three slots, two slots for dual SIMs and one dedicated slot for Micro SD card. This small but handy feature makes A71 stand out from many pricier competitors, like Galaxy Note 10+.
Samsung Galaxy A71 has up-to-date mechanism for Connectivity. Buying this smartphone you can enjoy Bluetooth v5.00 technology, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac networking, 3G, 4G, GPS, and USB Type-C.
Adding to these, Galaxy A71 is programmed with smart Sensors like proximity sensor, accelerometer, on-screen fingerprint recognition, ambient light sensor, compass, Face Recognition, gyroscope, etc. These clever options will not only keep your adorable smartphone safe, but also make your life a little more convenient.
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It is expected that Samsung Galaxy A71 will be available at $520 in the United States.
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Spacewalking astronauts worked to complete repairs to a cosmic ray detector outside the International Space Station on Saturday and give it new life.
It was the fourth spacewalk since November for NASA's Andrew Morgan and Italy's Luca Parmitano to fix the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. They installed new coolant pumps last month to revive the instrument's crippled cooling system and needed to check for any leaks in the plumbing.
Parmitano quickly discovered a slight leak and tightened the fittings. "Our day just got a little more challenging," Mission Control observed.
Provided everything goes well, the $2 billion spectrometer — launched to the space station in 2011 — could resume its hunt for elusive antimatter and dark matter next week, according to NASA.
NASA has described the spectrometer spacewalks as the most complicated since the Hubble Space Telescope repair missions a few decades ago. Unlike Hubble, this spectrometer was never intended for astronaut handling in orbit, and it took NASA years to devise a repair plan.
Despite their complexity, the first three spacewalks went well. Morgan and Parmitano had to cut into stainless steel pipes to bypass the spectrometer's old, degraded coolant pumps, and then spliced the tubes into the four new pumps — no easy job when working in bulky gloves. The system uses carbon dioxide as the coolant.
Besides checking for leaks Saturday, the astronauts had to cover the spectrometer with thermal insulation.
"Good luck out there, have a lot of fun," astronaut Jessica Meir radioed from inside. "We are very excited for you to be finishing off all of the amazing work that you've already put into this AMS repair, and I think everyone's excited to the prospects of what AMS has to offer once you guys finish off the work today."
The massive 7 1/2-ton (6,800-kilogram) spectrometer was launched to the space station on NASA's next-to-last shuttle flight. Until it was shut down late last year for the repair work, it had studied more than 148 billion charged cosmic rays. The project is led by Samuel Ting, a Nobel laureate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The repairs should allow the spectrometer to continue working for the rest of the life of the space station, or another five to 10 years. It was designed to operate for three years and so already has surpassed its expected lifetime.
Saturday's spacewalk got started a little late. A strap on a bag accidentally got caught in the seal when one of the inside hatches was closed and the air lock had to be reopened and repressurized before the astronauts could go out.
NASA's two other astronauts on board, Meir and Christina Koch, performed two spacewalks over the past 1 1/2 weeks to upgrade the space station's solar power system.
Altogether, this station crew has gone out on nine spacewalks.
China's software and information technology (IT) sector is increasingly driven by technology innovation, an industrial survey showed.
The index tracking the sector's overall development has continued to rise in recent years, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
The 2019 index rose by 8.6 points over one year ago, with technology innovation as one of the sub-indice posting the fastest growth.
The tech innovation sub-index contributed 52.6 percent to the rise of the sector's overall development.
The total revenue of the software sector amounted to 6.46 trillion yuan (about 931.3 billion U.S. dollars) in the first 11 months of 2019, up 15.5 percent from a year earlier, MIIT data showed.
China announced that it will launch its first Mars mission probe in July this year, China Youth Daily reported Thursday, adding that this is the first time the country disclosed the launch month of its Mars exploration program.
The Mars probe will be sent by the Long March-5 Y4 carrier rocket, said the newspaper, citing sources from the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC).
The Long March-5 Y4 rocket has recently completed a 100-second test for its high thrust hydrogen-oxygen engine, which is the last engine examination before the final assembly.
According to the CASC, China will send a probe to orbit and land and deploy a rover on Mars.
In 2020, the Long March-5 rocket will carry out several missions, including the Mars probe launch and the lunar sample return.
A total of 24 high thrust hydrogen-oxygen rocket engine tests will be conducted this year for these missions.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has recently offered up to Tk 2,000 discounts on the procurement of its two smart phones- Vivo S1, Y19.
The smart phones feature four cameras- one in front and three rear cameras.
The company’s Y19 and S1 are available respectively at Tk 19,990 and Tk 21,990. The previous prices of the both phones were respectively Tk 20,990 and Tk 23,990.
The S1 has 32 megapixel camera with AI technology on the front. On the rear it packs a 16 megapixel primary camera, a second 8-megapixel super wide camera and a third 2-megapixel depth camera.
Y19 has 16 megapixel front camera and 16 MP, 8 MP and 2MP rear camera. Each of the phones houses 6GB RAM memory and 128GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 256GB via micro SD card.
Vivo Y19 is powered by a 5000 mAh and S1 has 4500 mAh big battery.