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Le Max2: The Superphone that makes the VR experience ultimate

first_imgVirtual reality (VR) is the next big trend in the technology industry, with experts believing that new technology in this space is going to change the world as we see it. But, just as it happens with any other cutting-edge technology you need to have the right hardware to be able to experience the VR to its fullest. This is where LeEco with its future-ready Le Max2 is a perfect choice.The Le Max2 comes with a gorgeous 5.7-inch display sporting a resolution of 2560?1440 pixels. This enables the pictures and videos to come to life over a VR headset. It is very difficult to see the difference between a FullHD display and a 2K with the naked eye but it makes a world of difference when you have the VR headset on. The Le Max2 uses a high-pixel density display, which is 515ppi, and it is as close as it gets to human eyes, offering users clearer and sharper images than what they would get on any other phone screen.In addition to this, LeEco’s Le Max 2 is also the first smartphone to come with CDLA Technology, that enables end-to-end lossless digital music transmission further making the VR experience more exciting. This technology is patented by LeEco, making it the only player globally to have replaced the 3.5mm headphone port with CDLA Type-C interface. The result of this unique technology is a significantly improved audio output. Le Max2 is all set to redefine the way we watch movies or play games with its stunning QHD display along with the enhanced audio experience.advertisementThe great experience for users just does not end here. The new superphone – Le Max2 also offers users access to more than 1.9 million songs with lossless audio, 50+ big ticket international live concerts, exclusive live streaming of major entertainment events & music concerts worldwide along with 7500+ hours of world class entertainment. Then there is content worth Rs 4,990 that comes bundled free with this phone.Apart from this, the superphone also comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (MSM8996) processor that is paired with 4 or 6 GB RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal storage, depending on which model you buy. To ensure that you never run out of battery, the Max2 has a large 3100mAh battery with the world’s leading quick charging technology.For the shutterbugs, there is a powerful 21-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera. The rear camera supports PDAF, optical image stabilization (OIS) and 4K video recording capabilities. Now, all this hardware makes the camera in Max2 one of the best ever seen in a phone. LeEco has managed to get a stupendous response for its first sale of LeMax2 that was conducted on June 28th. However, for people who missed out on the same can now register for the next sale that will be held on July 5 on LeMall, LeEco’s own e-commerce portal and Flipkart. (This article is sponsored by LeEco)last_img read more

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World Cup 2019: Jofra Archer will take West Indies clash in his stride, says Eoin Morgan

first_imgEngland captain Eoin Morgan is relieved to have fast bowler Jofra Archer at his disposal for Friday’s World Cup clash against West Indies rather than having to face his pace.The Barbados-born 24-year-old, whose father is English, was cleared to play for England under new eligibility rules which meant he needed three years residency, rather then seven.He has grabbed his opportunity with both hands, taking three wickets for 27 runs in England’s opening World Cup win over South Africa and then took another three-wicket haul against Bangladesh, having gone wicket-less in the loss to Pakistan.Archer once played for West Indies under-19s so there is likely to be some extra edge when he runs in against them at Southampton’s Rose Bowl on Friday.”It is great that he’s in an England shirt at the moment,” Morgan told a news conference.”Jofra’s been very consistent over a long period of time since he came to Sussex.”Asked if it might be distracting playing against some of his former West Indies colleagues, Morgan recalled his own experiences having switched allegiance to England from Ireland.”He won’t know how it will feel until he plays the game tomorrow,” Morgan said. “I think being in that position myself it does feel different the first time you play against a side that either you could have potentially played for or played for.”But I’m sure he will handle it like he’s handled everything else so far. Every challenge he’s come up against so far he’s come out the other side really well. So let’s see how it goes.advertisement”We are not expecting anything majorly different.”Quality fast bowling has been a feature of the tournament so far with Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir leading the wicket-taking charts with 10, including five against Australia on Wednesday.Australian speedsters Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins are joint second with nine apiece.With Mark Wood a doubt with a swollen ankle, Archer’s pace will be key for England.”You need one, if not two (quick bowlers),” Morgan said. “Even the game yesterday, Australia against Pakistan. The big impact was when (Mitchell) Starc came back at the end of the innings to take those wickets.”Even when you go back to games that we played in the winter, big games, the big contributions all had to do with the fast bowlers.”Also Read | Shikhar Dhawan is going to be in a plaster for couple of weeks: Virat KohliAlso Read | World Cup 2019: India, New Zealand share points as rain ruins Trent Bridge gameAlso See:last_img read more

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WATCH: Vincent Taylor, Tre Flowers Return Blocked Extra Point for Score

first_imgPerhaps the play of the year for Oklahoma State came toward the end of the first quarter against Oklahoma State.After Texas took back some momentum marching down the field for a touchdown that would have tied the game with an extra point, defensive tackle Vincent Taylor blocked the kick (with his gut!) and pitched back to Tre Flowers, who took it the rest of the way for a score.Vincent Taylor (@BallOut_96) & Tre Flowers (@_Slimm7) have known each other since middle school. You could tell in this PAT return. #OKState pic.twitter.com/pbb3NR0SwC— Nate Feken (@TheGreat_Nate) October 2, 2016 If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment. If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more