Top 10 Hidden Features of Android

I guess even if you have an iPhone you might still find it kind of interesting. I’m going to go over a list of 10 differen tnot so well known tips, tricks, and features in Android. Most of these should work with version 6 and later, but I’ll tell you if that’s not the case. 


So anyway, without further adue, let’s jump right in. 


First up is the hidden “developer options”menu, which isn’t too much of a secret, but I definitely can’t leave it out. And this menu has all sorts of cool advancedsettings not usually accessible, which we can get to in a bit. To access the menu, go to Settings, then goto “About Phone”, then scroll down to where it shows “Build Number”. Then just keep tapping on the “Build Number”and it will start counting down until it says “You Are Now a Developer”. After that, now when you go to the Settings app, there will be a new menu under System called Developer Options. In here you’ll find all sorts of settings,some of which are absolutely useless to the average user, and others that aren’t. 


So, number two is specifically one of the useful settings in here, the animation scale. If you scroll down in the developer options,you’ll see, well really three options control “Animation Scale”, which controls how fast or slow the animations of the operating system are played. What this means for example, is when opening an app, closing an app, transitioning through menus, all of that will be played faster or slower. I personally have mine set to 0.5x, which means that each animation takes half as long, or twice as fast. This makes the phone feel much more snappy,since everything appears to respond faster. You can also turn off animations altogether,so there’s no delay. However sometimes with animations off, certain apps can start to misbehave, so just be aware of that. If for some reason you wanted, you could make animations slower, but be careful when setting it to 10x, because it will take forever to disable it again, since you have to wait really long. 


Number three, this one is REALLY useful, I think at least, and it is the Notification Log Widgets. Let me ask you, have you ever had a notification pop up on your phone, and you either swiped it away without thinking, or maybe it disappeared before you saw it, and you think, “oh no what did that say?” Well, this will solve that. What you do is create a new widget by long pressing on the home screen, go to “Widgets”, (and this might look different on your phone by the way) , then find the “Settings Shortcut” and drag and drop that onto the home screen. Once you do, it will show you a selection of different settings you can choose for that shortcut. There are other useful ones you can look at later, but right now you want to choose “Notification Log”. In it, you can scroll through all your recent notifications, and it will show you a bunch of technical data for each one, including what the notification said, which is labelled as “android.text”. This is also useful if the text of the notification is cut off, and it won’t show you what the whole thing says. This is definitely one I find really useful. 


Next, number four, Offline Google Maps. What this lets you do is select a large area in Google Maps that will be downloaded and stored on your phone. The most obvious use of this is to download an area a few miles around where you live, which you’d presumably have to access frequently. This way, instead of having to download the map as you go while driving and using up data, you can just download a whole region at once while you’re on WiFi. This has two benefits, one, it will save you cellular data, and two, it will makes Google Maps faster, since you don’t have to wait for it to download anything every time, it’s already all there. Also, it will automatically update the offline map on WiFi, so you’re covered there. It doesn’t take up too much space either. The largest area you can download seems to be around 2 Gigabytes worth, but that will cover a huge part of your state, or even country maybe. 


Ok number 5, this one is kinda fun, the AndroidEaster Egg game. Each version of Android seems to have a different one, but you access them usually about the same way. You go to Settings, About Phone, and then where it says Android Version, just tap on that a bunch of times. In Android 7 which I’m using, it will bring up the Android 7 Nugat logo, and then from here you tap on the logo many times quickly,and then long press it. If it shows a no sign, you didn’t tap it enough times. If you did, it will show a cat emoji, which means you’ve activated the cat game. Now if you go to the quick settings and hitedit, there will be a new shortcut option for “Android Easter Egg”, which you drag into the shortcut bar. The game is pretty simply, you click the dishand leave out food, and then every once in a while different cats will show up, and you just collect them. And that’s it, kinda funny. 


Number 6, another pretty useful one, is the hidden built in file explorer. Most people think that you need a third part yapp to browse through the phone’s file system, but there’s actually a basic one already included. To get to it, just go to Settings, Storage,and at the bottom click “Explore”, and there you are. You can search for files, create new folders,copy and move files, delete them, all that. You’d probably still need a third party app to do anything advanced, but this should cover all the basics. 


Moving on, number 7, the System UI Tuner. This is another secret menu not enabled by default, with some useful settings. Though not all manufacturer versions might have it. To enable it, just pull down the quick options,you might have to do it twice, and look for the wrench and gear at the top. Just press and hold on that until it animatesor vibrates, and that’s it. Now when you go to Settings, there will bea new menu called “System UI Tuner”, with all sorts of options. One for example is to always show battery percentage in the status bar, which I’d consider essential. There are also “power notification controls”which lets you control what notifications different apps can show. Like if there’s an app that is really annoying,you can limit it’s notifications, or block them altogether. Other options include enabling or disabling icons in the status bar, and making the clock also show seconds, not just hours and minutes. 


Next up, number 8, is to force apps to allow multi window mode. In Android 7 you now have the option to show multiple apps at once, but some apps don’t allow it. However, you can force them to by going back to the Developer Options we enabled before, and enabling “force activities to be resize able”. Now any apps that wouldn’t allow multi-window before should, but keep in mind they might act weird, because they don’t technically support the feature. 


Almost near the end, number 9, is Data Saver mode. This isn’t really hidden, but it’s disabledby default, and I think this one might only be available in Android 7. To get to it, go to Settings, Data Usage,then click Data Saver. This basically limits when apps can use data,unless you specifically grant it unrestricted data access. So enabling it seems to turn on data saver mode for ALL apps, then you go in and individually disable it for some. Alternatively though, there is a way to enable data saving just for Google Chrome, because it’s actually built in to that. If you go to Chrome, then settings, you’ll see an option for Data Saver, which compresses websites before loading them. This actually seems to be a different thing altogether though, specifically for Chrome. The Android data saver limits when apps can use data, but the Chrome one compresses sites to reduce usage. 


Alright now finally number 10, is quick battery access. You probably already know that if you go in tosettings, you can look at battery stats, like use age over time, how much time is left, all that. But there’s actually a quicker way to see that info. If you simply swipe down the notifications bar, you can tap on the battery icon, and it will show you mostly the same thing. Obviously you can see the percentage, but also how much estimated time left, the battery usage graph, and a toggle for battery saver mode. This could save you a few clicks, and from having to search through the settings, so it’s pretty convenient.


So, that is it, those are 10 of the featuresI thought you guys would like to know about. I you’ve probably heard of some of them, but hopefully you at least learned SOMEthing new. If you guys have any suggestions though for features I missed, definitely let us all know down in the comments. Maybe there’s a super secret setting that no one’s ever heard about before, I don’t know. Or perhaps you’re really smart and already knew about all these. 


How does your Mobile Phone work

For most folks , a mobile may be a a part of our lives. But I’m sure you’re curious minds have always been struck by such questions as how a mobile makes a call, and why there are different generations of mobile communications? 


Let’s explore the technology behind mobile communications. When you speak on your phone, your voice is picked up by your phone’s microphone. The microphone turns your voice into a digital signal with the assistance of MEMS sensor and IC. The digital signal contains your voice in the form of zeros and ones. An antenna inside the phone receives these zeros and ones and transmits them within the sort of electromagnetic waves. 


Electromagnetic waves transmit the zeros and ones by altering the wave characteristics, such as the amplitude, frequency, phase, or combinations of these. 


For example, in the case of frequency, zero and one are transmitted by using low and high

frequencies respectively. 


So, if you could find a way to transmit these electromagnetic waves to your friend’s phone, you would be able to establish a call. However, electromagnetic waves are incapable of traveling long distances. 


They lose their strength thanks to the presence of physical objects, electrical equipment, and a few environmental factors. In fact, if there have been no such issues, even then, electromagnetic waves wouldn’t keep it up forever, thanks to the Earth’s curved structure. 


To overcome these issues,cell towers were introduced, using the concept of cellular technology. In cellular technology, a geographic area is split into hexagonal cells with each cell having its own tower and frequency slot. 


Generally, these cell towers are connected through wires, or more specifically,optical fiber cables. These optical fiber cables are laid under the ground or the ocean, to provide national or international connectivity. The electromagnetic waves produced by your phone are picked up by the tower in your cell and convert them into high frequency light pulses. 


These light pulses are carried to the bottom transceiver box, located at the bottom of the tower for further signal processing, After processing, yourvoice signal is routed towards the destination tower. Upon receiving the pulses, the destination tower radiates it outwards within the sort of electromagnetic waves, and your friend’s phone then receives the signal. This signal undergoes a reverse process, and your friend hears your voice. 


So, it’s true that mobile communications are not entirely wireless, they do use a wired medium too. This is how mobile communications are carried out. However, there was a big issue that we intentionally left unanswered. Mobile communication is merely successful when your tower transfers the signal to your friends tower. But how does your tower know during which cell tower area your friend is located? Well, for this process,the cell tower gets help from something called a mobile switching center. 


The MSC is the central point of a group of cell towers. Before moving further, let’s explain more information about the MSC. When you purchase a SIM card, all the subscription information is registered during a specified MSC. This MSC will be your home MSC. 


The home MSC stores information like service plans, your current location,and your activity status. If you progress outside the range of your home MSC, the new MSC, which serves you instead, is understood as a far off MSC. As you enter a far off MSC region, it communicates together with your home MSC. 


In short, your home MSC always knows which MSC area you’re in. To understand in which cell location the subscriber is within the MSE area, the MSC uses a few techniques. One way is to update the subscriber location after a particular period. When the phone crosses a predefined number of towers, the situation update is again done. The last one of these is when the phone is turned on. 


Let’s try to understan dall of these procedures with an example.


Suppose, Emma wants to call John. When Emma dials John’s number, the decision request arrives at Emma’s home MSC. Upon receiving John’s number, the request are going to be forwarded to John’s home MSC. Now, John’s MSC checks for his current MSC. 


If John is in his home MSC, the call requests will be immediately sent to his current cell location, and it checks whether Johnis engaged on another call, or if his mobile is switched off. If everything is positive,John’s phone rings, and therefore the call are going to be connected. However, if John isn’t in his home MSC, John’s home MSC simply forwards the decision request to the foreign MSC. The foreign MSC will follow the previously explained procedure to locate John’s phone, and can then establish the decision . 


Now, let’s discuss why the frequency spectrum is quite important inmobile phone communications.?? To transfer zeros and ones in data communication , each subscriber is allocated a frequency range. However, the frequency spectrum available for cellular communications is sort of limited, and there are billions of subscribers. 


This issue is solved with the assistance of two technologies, one frequency slot distribution, and two, multiple access technique. In the first technique, different frequency slots are carefully allocated to different cell towers. In the multiple access technique, this frequency slot is efficiently distributed amongst all the active users within the cell area. 


Now, the big question. Why are there different generations of mobile phone technologies?


1G originally allowedusers, for the first time, to carry a phone without a cable attached to it. 


But 1G suffered from two major problems. The first problem was that the wireless transmission was in an analog format. Analog signals that are easily altered by external sources. So, it provided poor voice quality and poor security. 


The second problem was that it used the frequency division multiple access technique, which used the available spectrum in an inefficient way. These factors paved the way for the second generation of mobile communications, 2G used digital multiple access technologies, namely TDMA, or CDMA technology. , SMS, and internet browsing. 3G technology was focused on giving a higher data transfer speed. 


It used a WCD multiple access technique, along with an increase in bandwidth. To achieve this, the 3G speed of two Mbps allowed the transfer of data for uses such as GPS, videos,voice calls, et cetera. 3G was a huge step in the transformation of the basic phone to a smartphone. Next came 4G, which achieved speeds of 20 to 100 Mbps. 


This was suitable for high resolution movies and television. This higher speed was made possible due to the OFD multiple access technology, and MIMO technology. MIMO uses multiple transmitter receiver antennas inside both the mobile phone and the towers. The next generation of mobile communication, 5G, to be rolled out soon, will use enhanced MIMOtechnology and millimeter waves.


It will provide seamless connectivity to support the internet of things, such as driverless cars and smart homes.


How Microphone Works

At some point you have probably heard someone talk about a microphone preamplifier, or sometimes called a mic pre or simply preamp.  


Well what is a mic preamp and why do you need it, and DO you need it? And why are some preamps under 50 bucks while others are over 2000, man?


Well, in this video we’ll discuss mic preamps, and we’ll hear a few examples from a couple of different models. An amplifier is a device that allows us to increase the amount of electronic signal that is present in an electronic device.Now usually when we talk about amplifiers we’re talking about speaker amplifiers – the kind of amps that allow us to produce sound through a loudspeaker. 


But in this case we’re talking about amplifying a signal from mic level to line level.  Huh?  Okay, a basic sound system looks like this – microphone,amplifier, speaker.  


The microphone captures the sound and turns it into an electronic signal. The amplifier then boosts that signal to a high enough amplitude that it can compel the speaker to move.  


But there’s problem with this.  Ifwe literally plug the microphone directly into the amplifier it wouldn’t produce much sound at all.  [muffled scream] this is because the amplifier’s input is expecting a line level signal, which means, in simplest terms, on average,around 1 volt.  


And for you pros out there I realize that the average operating level of a line level device is +4 dB 1.228 volts across a 600 ohm load, butI’m trying NOT to confuse people right now, so bear with me! 


Microphones, however, by the very nature of their design, produce a tiny, tiny signal.  Much less than 1 volt.  So in order for the amplifier to have a usable signal, the microphone signal needs to be boosted up to line level This is where the mic pre comes in.  


The microphone preamp takes the signal from the microphone and boosts it up to line level.  Now the amplifier has a usable signal that it can use to amplify through the speaker. [loud scream] Now if you’re wondering why we’re talking about sound systems and not recording, it’s because the need for mic preamps is universal.


Nearly every audio device operates at line level.  Amplifiers, mixing consoles,recorders, and outboard devices like reverb and compressors, all operate at line level.  


And the interface of your DAW operates at line level if you take a microphone and plug it directly into an input that’s expecting a line level signal, you won’t have a very strong input.  Now having said all that, you may be wondering why you don’t always need a mic preamp.For example, maybe you have a recording interface that allows you to plug a mic right in.  And what about a USB mic? 


You don’t have to plug that into a preamp.Well, in these cases, the mic pre is built in.  This Avid Mbox has two built-in mic pre’s, so it’s not necessary to add one.  But this Avid HD-IO is line level only, so if we’re going to record microphones, we have to supply the microphone preamps.This mixing console doesn’t need separate microphone preamps because they’re built into each channel.  This section up here that’s labeled gain is amic pre. 


This active speaker allows a mic input with a flip of a switch right here.And a USB mic has the mic preamp built-in as well.  In a USB mic themicrophone’s capsule, the preamp, and the analog to digital converter are all integrated together.  So mic pre’s are used anytime we are using a microphone.  


Sometimes they’re integrated within a device, sometimes not. The important thing to know is that they’re necessary, and don’t assume that this is a built-in microphone preamp just because you see a 3 pin XLR connector.  Alright, we know what they are and why we need them, so now let’s answer the nagging question about the devices themselves. 


Why are there so many different models, and why the big difference in price range? Well, we could talk about that for quite a while, but it basically comes down to two things – operational options and sound quality.


Operational options cover a wide variety of things from number of channels,whether it provides digital outputs, various controls it has like phantom power, polarity reverse, high-pass filter, and so on. But sound quality is the real kicker. 


The choice of your microphone preamp is very much like your choice of microphone. You choose them because they have a certain sound – a certain character to them that works very well with one instrument and may be not so much for another. Many engineers like to experiment with different microphone and preamp combinations to achieve different results. Assuming we have all the other puzzle pieces in place, a well-chosen microphone preamp can take the quality of your recordings to that next level. 


On the other hand, a crappy microphone and crappy acoustics are not going to be saved by a $2000 microphone preamp.  So before you go spending a lot of money, make sure you have all your other puzzle pieces in place.  


Okay, so inclosing, let’s listen to a few different mic preamplifiers on a couple of different instruments.  For our instruments we’ll listen to piano and snare drum, and for our mic preamplifiers we’ll listen to four different models.  


The Rupert Neve 5024, the Avalon2022, the built-in preamps on the Digidesign C|24 console and the Rollsmini mic preamp MP-13 which retails at about 50 bucks.  


Now, before we play these examples, are you listening on a good set of speakers or a decent set of headphones? 


If you’re listening on the little speaker on your phone [groan] you won’t be able to hear much of a difference between these examples. 


Also keep in mind that the media compression that occurs over the Internet is going to be a factor as well. Anyway, here we go! So, maybe you heard a difference, may be you didn’t.


But I encourage you to try these experiments for yourself.  If you have more than one mic preamp at your disposal,do a comparison and see which one you like better.  Well, that’s it for this Article.


If you have any questions please leave them in the comments section below.

How to double your phone’s storage

Today I’m getting to show you ways you’ll double the quantity of flash storage in your phone without having to shop for anything special without breaking your phone or anything like that its actually surprisingly easy and as was common first I’m getting to explain how this is often getting to work then I’ll walk you thru exactly and show you what you’ve got to try to to. 


You see your smart phone uses non-volatile storage for storage and non-volatile storage may be a solid state sort of memory As against a tough drive, for instance, which has moving parts. So this makes non-volatile storage much faster and more durable And it also has some interesting properties that we will cash in of. Now flash storage uses what are called cells. 


And these are basically small units of storage. And you’ll combine as many cells as you would like to offer you more or less storage. So, counting on what proportion storage your phone has, it’ll have a proportional number of cells.


The important thing to understand about non-volatile storage, though, is that every cell nearly always has what are called layers. Now you’ll of heard of the term ‘SLC’ for Single Layer Cell, And ‘MLC’ For Multi Layer Cell, but, basically, adding layers to a cell in non-volatile storage allows you to store more data counting on what percentage layers you add. 


So, for instance, a two layer cell would store twice the maximum amount data as one layer cell. 


And, really, the sole advantage for single layer is that it’s faster. And cellphones typically have multi layer cell memory Because it’s less expensive to supply But here is the thing Most cellphone manufactures don’t actually enable all the layers within the cells they only enable one among the layers therefore the memory may be a bit faster so rather than creating single layer chips right off the bat its actually cheaper for them to make multi layer chips and deactivate half the layers.


So it acts like single layer chips this suggests that half the memory in your phone is left unused a consequence of cheaper manufacturing costs but if we were ready to reactivate these unused cell layers we could multiply the quantity of storage within the phone and there’s how we could do that You see when the manufacturer created the non-volatile storage chip they deactivated the cell layers by simply powering them down so to talk but we will actually power them copy employing a focus electromagnetic field and this may actually provides it just a small little bit of jump start to permanently reactivate each layer so in doing that we will give the phone access to all or any the memory available within the chips.


So that is what I’m getting to show you ways to try to to Ok so now you recognize the fundamentals of what’s happening Your getting to need a couple of things Your phone, in fact Some wire, any will do a couple of battieries Some kind of metal pan? 


And your computer speakers. this is often getting to seem really strange but bare with me i’m getting to explain it all Now before i buy into the tutorial i would like to try to to a fast scientific explanation Of the method for those of you who are intrested And if you do not want to concentrate thereto you’ll skip ahead, I understand But its actually pretty interesting so i like to recommend sticking around.


So let me explain how these cell layers get deactivated and that i will show you ways you’ll reactivate them Now every non-volatile storage cell is formed from a transistor.


And these are connected to something called a contact you do not actually need to understand the specifics its just what’s connecting the various transistors together And counting on the state of the junction its either on or off, one or zero And thats how computers add general. 


Just a bunch of transistors, One or Zero that structure a program But a specific non-volatile storage cell goes to possess several contacts to store enough data But in every cell between the cell layers there’s a special P-N Junction That connects the differant layers of the cell And if we set that junction to Zero or Off That layer within the cell becomes inacessable and its like its not there in the least .


Now the state of a junction whether its on or off is decided by its energy state Above a particular threshhold called the knee voltage. 


it switches on or off so if we were to temporarily get the knee voltage above the threshhold it’ll permanently activate the additional layers connected thereto So that is what were getting to can we are getting to add extra energy into the contact using Electromagnetic Induction.


And physical vibrational Energy To jump-start that contact switch open And reactivate those layers Now enough talk, i’m sure you guys are wanting to start So lets head over and I’ll show you exactly what you would like to try to to Alright so now lets start the primary thing you would like to try to to is to show off your phone but before we do this let me show you what we are working with if it focuses you’ll see we’ve 32GB of memory here and its only about 17GB used So were almost halfway through so hopefully we will double that to 64GB if this works So then you’ll plow ahead, and switch off your phone. therefore the next thing we’d like to try to to is create an coil round the phone So what you would like to try to to is take these 2 batteries and also get the wire And put the batteries on the brink of the phone, probably behind it. 


Then we’re just getting to rap the wire, i’m just using an coaxial cable round the phone, and secure the batteries to the phone As best you’ll So it’s going to be quite picky but we got them centered pretty good, and just wrap that around enough until it’s really secure and that they aren’t getting to go anywhere *phone wrapping around wire* Its working pretty good then you’ll just either tuck the wire into itself.


So it dosn’t go anywhere otherwise you could use some tape or something like that that appears pretty secure the batteries are right there and that we have this, oh, the phone turned back on So you would like to form bound to tun it backtrack again if you get the prospect So when your ding it just confirm That they cable doesn’t depress on the facility button and switch it back on. 


And also you almost certainly want to possess a case on here therefore the batteries don’t scratch the rear or even put sort of a tissue in between the batteries and therefore the phone or something like that Just use sense Ok so when it’s all bound up nice Then ready to”>you’ll plow ahead and obtain your pan And this is often getting to allow us to amplify the E-M Field to a high enough strength And again i might reccomand putting something within their so it doesn’t scratch the phone of anything it’s not getting to effect the method then it’s like that.


So immediately believe it or not with this wire wrapped around it and therefore the batteries There actually is an Electromagnetic Field being generated From the batteries round the coil and being applied to the phone But it’s not enough to truly kick starter those extra  layers Into activation So we’d like to try to to a touch bit more. 


Once you’ve got all this next you would like to travel ahead and obtain your speaker for your computer And just put it right top of the phone directly down thereon And yes the speaker has got to be attached to the pc for what were getting to do next So what you would like to try to to is attend your computer and just find any sound file Dosn’t matter what it’s you only want tobe able to confirm you only”>that you simply can catch on really loud for instance i’m getting to play a  300 hertz sign wave right onto the phone. 


And as i discussed in the scientific explanation that’s getting to add a touch bit extra energy additionally of the E-M Field And kick starter those extra layers open So now you just want to play the sound file for about 15 seconds About as loud as you’ll *Loud Beep Start* And a bit like i’m now if you’ve got to you’ll let it choose about 30 seconds But 15 should be enough *Loud Beep End* So then in fact you’ll take the speaker off then just let the phone sit like that for maybe about 5 minutes just a touch while.


And this is often just to form sure all the cell layers have an opportunity to activate after you energize them And now we will plow ahead and unravel this And see if it worked beginning to turn back on again but that’s okay at now Alright so there you’ve got it we now have 64 GB of storage Double what it had been before far more available space.


Now If it’s a touch bit less it probably just means not all the cells were activated But still worked as you’ll see here Alright so thats it your telephone storage should be double what it had been before and if it didnt quite double, just a touch bit less It could mean you only need to let it go a touch bit longer Or it could mean that a number of the layers couldn’t be activated And this could work on any sort of cellphone iPhone or Android all of them use an equivalent sort of memory And it’s actually possible that it’ll quite double the storage If there are quite two extra layers within the phone storage So i hope this worked for you guys, if it did allow us to know down within the comments section how well it worked Did you get double or maybe more possibly? 


Information about one plus Nord AR new phone

Competition is increasing in every global mobile companies. A series of new mobiles are being launched every two to four months. These mobiles are made from cheap to cheap and best to best.
As we want to tell you that recently one plus one latest mobile model one plus nord is launched in India at the end of July 2020.
The full name of this mobile is one plus nord ar which works on AR technology. Many people did hands on test before launch.
You can also download one plus nord app on Google Playstore. Follow all permission.
The fun of this app can be seen on the evening of 31 July. But know that everyone will follow the instructions given.
When any mobile phones, laptops or digit bikes with modern and modern technology or any modern equipment are launched in the market.

The price of one plus is not much information, it can be priced between 25000 to 30000. It will be sold in India for less than $ 500.

Talking about the battery capacity of one plus nord, the battery of 4115 mah will last for a long time. The important thing about this battery is that it will last longer at low consumption.
The discharge will also be less and the charge will be quicker. Because the 30 watt charger is capable of full charge in the half hour. The cable of this charger is USB type C port. For yourself. The quality of this phone is inherited. The future will prove solid later.

With its superior performance, the OnePlus nord AR has a super fast processor inbuild of 765G Snapdragon chipset. The mobile phone of this model has a tremendous quad camera. It has a 48 megapixel Sony IMX 586 sensor. The camera quality is very good through this state-of-the-art sensor with f / 1.75 lens. I also have optical image stabilization + electronic image stabilization supporter. The camera has 119 field-of-view with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens, f / 2.4 aperture with a 5-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor unit. Fitting in the side, one will feel like shooting a photo again and again. Catching a photo remotely can also be taken through a very clear digital medium. A phone with a camera you may not have seen yet. One plus You can not forget the selfie camera of nord. The original picture will be painted after taking selfie.

One plus Nord AR The model LPDDR4X has been added to the RAM of the new phone. 128 GB storage will be available in 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage in 12 GB RAM. For connectivity, it includes Wi-Fi 2X2 MIMO, Bluetooth v5.1, NFC latest devices.
This phone also has face lock and finger lock is set on the display.

SoC of this phone can be combined with the OxygenOS 10 operating system based on Android 10, which will help in operating the program very fast.
This new phone has also been launched for gaming, which will operate big games like pubg in the simplest way.
You will be able to adjust the color vision to keep your eyes cool.

The battery life of this phone can be used up to 30 hours.
There are many possibilities of this phone coming in many variant colors like white, black and blue.