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Xiaomi Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus price revealed ahead of December 7 launch

first_imgXiaomi earlier this week released images of the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus ahead of their December 7 launch, giving us a pretty good look at the design of the upcoming budget phones. Now, we may have just received the pricing of the two phones courtesy online retailer AliExpress. The smartphones are set to succeed the Redmi 4 and Redmi Note 4, and based on the images revealed, they will sport a new design language with slimmer bezels and an 18:9 aspect ratio.AliExpress has listed the Redmi 5 with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage option at $199 (approx Rs 12,800), while the Redmi 5 Plus with 3GB RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage at $249 (approx Rs 16,000). These prices keep in line with past reports, so there may be some truth to the listing. However, this should be taken with a pinch of salt. Both the devices are also expected to be available in Black, Blue, Pink and Gold colour options.Also Read: Xiaomi Mi A1 at Rs 12,999 on Flipkart is a deal worth grabbingEarlier this week, Donovan Sung, Xiaomi Global spokesperson, revealed the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus ahead of launch. The images posted keep true to past reports that the two phones will sport bezel-less displays as has been the industry trend this year. Both the phones will look identical, and will only differ in the display size with the Redmi 5 Plus being the larger of the two. They are expected to sport a metal body with a fingerprint sensor on the back just below the rear camera.advertisementXiaomi Redmi 5 specificationsSung’s tweets didn’t reveal anything about the specs, but as per past reports, the Redmi 5 could sport a 5.7-inch HD+ (720×1440) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 450 SoC compared to the Snapdragon 435 processor inside the Redmi 4. The phone is tipped to come in a choice of 2G + 16GB or 3GB + 32GB configurations. Additionally, the Redmi 5 is rumoured to run on Android 7.1 Nougat.While the next-gen Redmi smartphone is expected to come with a new design language and updated hardware, past reports suggests the cameras will not see a major bump. It is expected to sport a 12-megapixel sensor on the back and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. It is also rumoured to house a 3200mAh battery.Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus specificationsThe larger Redmi 5 Plus may sport narrower bezels than the Redmi 5, at least that’s what the teasers and promo videos suggest. As a Plus model, it is tipped to sport a 5.9-inch Full HD+ (1080×2160) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 625 or 630 SoC coupled with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM with 32GB and 64GB storage, respectively.Like the Redmi 5, the Redmi 5 Plus is also expected to bear a 5-megapixel sensor up front with LED Flash and a 12-megapixel rear camera. It could also sport a large 4000mAh battery.Also Read: Xiaomi Redmi 5A review: If it isn’t broke, don’t fix itlast_img read more

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Cyclone Ockhi’s surprise gift for Delhi: Air quality goes from ‘severe’ and ‘very poor’ to just ‘poor’

first_imgThanks to cyclone Ockhi, Delhi’s air quality, which has been in ‘very poor’ and ‘severe’ categories for some time, improved to ‘poor’ on Wednesday.Dipankar Saha, air lab chief of the Central Pollution Control Board, said, “Our air quality is improving every hour and we hope it will continue to improve.””Now the wind is blowing very easily from north to south with a speed of 4.5 m/s, which has resulted in dispersion of pollutants, leading to improvement in air quality after long pause,” he added. Just days ago, NASA Earth, in an update posted on its website, said the smog and remnants of air pollution present over northern India might be cleared by the arrival of Ockhi.SMOG CHOKES CAPITAL Pollution and smog have been major problems in northern India, especially in Delhi. The air quality in the national capital troubled visiting Sril Lankan cricket team as well.The first week of November saw particularly dense smog envelope New Delhi and the rest of the National Capital Region (NCR), with residents taking to social media to highlight how the bad air quality had destroyed visibility in the national capital.Along with this, private air monitoring networks, including some NGOs, reported that the air quality in NCR had turned poisonous, leading to both the Delhi government and Centre facing tough questions over how and why the failed to battle a recurring problem.While the situation improved slightly in the weeks since then, the issue was thrust back into the limelight when members of the Sri Lankan national cricket team were seen sporting masks during their test match against India at Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla stadium.advertisementSri Lanka’s complaints over poor air quality even led to play being briefly halted, in what was seen as a major embarrasment for the national capital.WATCH | How can Delhi fight pollution? Here’s what Mexican envoy to India Melba Pria has to saylast_img read more

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