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The 5G smartphone has five rear cameras and boasts 100x zoom.
As people flock to video games and social networks to fight boredom during the pandemic, investors in the company that owns two of the biggest lockdown hits are betting that those habits will stick.
Smartphones can do anything these days – they can even help you make music.
Video game platforms are pushing to become true media hubs, where entire albums may be distributed exclusively and socialising is just as important as gaming.
IN need of a new smartphone, but not sure which to choose? Well, look no further than OPPO Find X2 Pro 5G, said to be a real game changer among flagship smartphones. As OPPO’s 2020 flagship smartphone, it is the first 5G device in Malaysia set with Google Play Store. With two colours to choose from - orange vegan leather and ceramic black, its sleek and modern exterior presents the perfect grip for every individual.
In online pictures, the trackers were inconspicuous devices almost like a concert wristband. What I got, though, was a gadget about the size of a deck of cards that I had to pair with a government quarantine app.
Rapper Travis Scott zoomed onto stage riding an asteroid during a concert witnessed last month by British YouTube videographer Jon Hutchinson. The special effects were vivid, the set constantly changing, the venue intimate.
To keep the spread of Covid-19 in check, countries around the world announced lockdowns and measures to limit the movement of people.
It's a Spring Saturday and somewhere deep in Philadelphia, five twentysomethings are huddled in a small apartment, each hunched over a computer. The click-clack of their keyboards is the only sound heard in the room, but via their devices, they're running one of the largest music festivals in the world.
With concerts on hold to halt coronavirus spread, the gaming world is increasingly catering to music lovers, with artistes becoming animated performers in virtual realms to the trippy delight of millions.