There is a severe water shortage in Karachi as water is rapidly increasing and the Karachi Water and Sewerage Agency (KWSB) has been trying to meet the city’s water needs with limited water resources.
KWSB Managing Director (MD) Asadullah Khan said this while speaking with The News. He explained that water is supplied to the city via the Dhabeji Pump station and Canal Hub and the West District faces the most water shortages compared to other districts in the city.
He said 250,000 gallons of water were supplied to all deputy commissioners free of charge during Ramadan. Khan said Karachi is the only city in the country where water is supplied from a source 150 kilometers away. He added that water is supplied to the city area via tankers where water cannot reach via the route.
According to the head of the water council, KWSB has drawn up contingency plans for the upcoming Ramadan to ensure water supply to the mosque and Imambarghah and keep the sewer lines regular. He explained that the plan was outlined in the direction of the Sindh Regional Government Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah after a high-level meeting.
Demand for water reaches its peak during Ramadan but the water council has made a rotating water supply plan to ensure fair water distribution and supply, Khan said.
He added that circular letters for standard operating procedures during Ramadan have been issued for all departments regarding Ramadan and no negligence will be tolerated in this regard. Referring to the sewerage system, KWSB MD said all machines are available for sewer repair and a workforce has been put on standby to avoid sewer emergencies. He stressed that special arrangements had been made to ensure clean waste disposal routes near the mosque, Imambargah and cemeteries.
Mi Mix Fold made its debut as Xiaomi’s first foldable mobile phone. This new phone can directly compete with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Huawei Mate X2. The new smartphone is part of the Mi Mix series, which introduced concept devices in the past, such as the original Mi MIX and Mi Mix Alpha. However, unlike those concepts designed to showcase the company’s innovations, Mi Mix Fold is designed as a commercial device that can be purchased and used in a traditional folding design. Mi Mix Fold is also Xiaomi’s first mobile phone with its proprietary Surge C1 image signal processor (ISP) and liquid mirror technology.
Mi Mix Fold price, availability details
Mi Mix folding The price of the basic 12GB + 256GB storage version is set at RMB 9,999 (approximately Rs 1,12,100). The price of the 12GB + 512GB storage configuration is up to RMB 10,999 (approximately Rs 1,23,300), and the price of the top 16GB + 512GB storage option is RMB 12,999 (approximately Rs 1,45,700). Mi Mix Fold will be available for sale in mainland China through Xiaomi’s official sales channels from April 16. However, pre-orders for Mi Mix Fold and Mi Mix Fold ceramic special editions will begin in the United States on March 30.
Details on the global availability and price of Mi Mix Fold have not yet been announced.
Mi Mix Fold specifications
As early as January 2019, Lin Bin, President of Xiaomi comfirmed The company is developing a “double-folding smart phone.” Mi Mix Fold is the result of an early prototype displayed by Xiaomi at the time. The company claims that Mi Mix Fold has experienced 200,000 bends in reliability tests and as many as 1 million bends in extreme reliability tests.
Millet U-shaped hinge design is used on Mi Mix Fold, which can be folded inward-similar to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 with Huawei Mate X2. There is an 8.01-inch WQHD+ flexible OLED display with a peak brightness of 900 nits and an aspect ratio of 4:3. In terms of housing, the phone provides a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 840×2,520 pixels, an aspect ratio of 27:9, and a peak brightness of 700 nits. The internal screen of the Mi Mix Fold has a traditional 60Hz refresh rate, while the external display has a 90Hz refresh rate.
The flexible display of Mi Mix Fold also includes support for the following functions: Dolby Vision And HDR10+ standard. It also has DCI-P3 color gamut and 4,300,000:1 color contrast. The external display also includes support for HDR10+ and can double the resolution of pictures and videos to 1440p.
Under the hood, Mi Mix Fold has eight cores Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, and up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The smartphone also includes a butterfly cooling system with VC liquid cooling, thermally conductive gel and multilayer graphite sheets, and other heat dissipation methods.
Mi Mix Fold brought Surge C1 ISP, which is said to be under development in recent years. Proprietary processors can provide high performance without consuming a lot of resources. It is also touted to bring improved 3A algorithm and low-light focusing function, thereby bringing more accurate autofocus, auto exposure and auto white balance in the competition. Xiaomi claims to have spent 140 million yuan (approximately Rs 1.57 billion) in the development phase of the Surge C1 chip.
In addition to Surge C1, Mi Mix Fold also has liquid lens technology, which uses the principle of human eye bionics and forms a lens-like structure in which a transparent liquid is wrapped in a film. There is also a high-precision motor that can change the radius of the spherical curvature to provide up to 3x optical zoom, up to 30x telephoto, and a minimum focusing distance of 3 cm.
“One lens actually covers the functions of two lenses. You can shoot micro-details at close range and see magnificent rivers and mountains from a distance.” Said In a blog post that defines its liquid lens technology.
Mi Mix Fold also has a triple rear camera setup, which includes a 108-megapixel main Samsung HM2 sensor, an 8-megapixel secondary sensor with liquid lens technology, and a 13-pixel sensor with f/2.4 ultra-wide-angle lens . . There is also a 20-megapixel selfie camera sensor on the front.
Xiaomi provides a dual-battery 5,020mAh battery on Mi Mix Fold, which supports 67W fast charging. You can fully charge your phone in 37 minutes. Mi Mix Fold also includes four speakers tuned by Harman Kardon and powered by Xiaomi’s own four-speaker algorithm. This allegedly brings the playback of 3D spatial audio fields.
The back of Mi Mix Fold is equipped with a ceramic Corning Gorilla Glass protective film. There is also the Mi Mix Fold ceramic special edition, which has the same hardware as the standard model, but with a gold middle frame and volume buttons, and a black ceramic back with special laser engraving.
Mi Mix folding ceramic special edition comes with a gold middle frame Photo Credit: Xiaomi
In terms of software, Mi Mix Fold can be Android 10 with MIUI 12. The phone also includes a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side. Connection options include 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth and USB Type-C ports.
When unfolded, Mi Mix Fold measures 173.27×133.38×7.62mm, and when folded, it is 173.27×69.8×17.2mm. The standard version of Mi Mix Fold weighs 317 grams, while the special ceramic version weighs 332 grams.
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Xiaomi has not updated its flagship Mi Mix series smartphones for more than two years. However, online rumors suggest that Xiaomi may bring back the Mi Mix series. Mi 11 Pro will be released soon, but only in China.
Mi 11 Pro is only released in China
(Photo: Photo by TechDroider on Twitter) According to reports, Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is only available exclusively in Chinese stores: Mi 11 Ultra is released globally
Sunday, March 28, GizmoChina According to the report, a Twitter account Xiaomiui (@xiaomiui) announced that Mi 11 Pro will not be released internationally because it will only be available in China.
The account stated in the quoted response to the original tweet that Mi MIX will also be sold exclusively in China. Nevertheless, both devices will be announced at the global event.
Similarly, the new Mi MIX device (cetus) is also only available in China. But they will be introduced at the global press conference 🙂 https://t.co/cL5bh3hGJI
(Photo: Anthony Photography on Twitter) According to reports, Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is only available exclusively in Chinese stores: Mi 11 Ultra is released globally
according to PocketLint, There are reports circulating online that the brand will restore the Mi Mix series, which not only has a large display, but also a foldable display.
Presumably, this phone may be called Mi Mix 4 Pro Max or Mi Mix Fold, the latter sounds reasonable.
Xiaomi has confirmed that it will launch the Mi Mix series again. The brand confirmed that it will be released through its Weibo handle on Monday, March 29, and the new Mix phone will be released together with the Mi 11 Ultra.
Earlier leaks indicate that Mi Mix Fold can be equipped with a folding display on its exterior. However, newer leaks indicate that the display may fold inward. The phone may be similar to Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.
Little is known about the screen of a mobile phone, but the leaked images indicate that creases will flow down the center of the screen.
The device is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and will have 12GB or 16GB RAM and 256GB or 512GB internal storage. The device will hold a 4,500mAh battery and is supported by 65W fast wired charging.
As for the camera optics, the image of the device shows a triple camera configuration. The system will include a 50 MP sensor with ultra-wide coverage and a 48 MP sensor, as well as an additional 48 MP camera with 5x or 2x optical zoom.
It is unknown that Mi Mix Fold or the product eventually called Mi Mix Fold will enter the international market including India.
A year ago this week, Down footballer Clara Fitzpatrick packed up three and a half years of her life in Australia and returned home.
After immediately breaking through back into the county setting, he aimed to help Down get back into the senior ranks again.
After representing Morne County for several years before he emigrated to Australia in 2016, Fitzpatrick, 30, continued to play Australian Rules socially and professionally, before the Covid-19 outbreak proved to be a trigger to return home. .
He remains unsure where his long-term plans lie, but for now, he’s determined to take his second chance with Down.
“I was planning to come home last May for the holidays, but with all that happened we decided to get up and go,” said the Bryansford club player.
“It’s a bit chaotic, three and a half years wrapped up in three days. That’s so packed up and saying goodbye.
“It’s great to come home. I feel like it was the right decision. I’m not sure if I can play with the club again, you don’t know when your last game was or how many years you have been away. Last summer was brilliant, got a little bit of football. with the club and my old teammates. To be honest it’s like I never left, which is a good feeling.
“Just being close to my family, that’s a big thing that Covid has shown us. Family means everything, so being at home with family and friends, you can’t replace it.”
Since he returned with his traveling companions – sister Laura and friend Aoife – Fitzpatrick has returned to work in his local community. Her physiotherapeutic skills are in high demand, rehabilitating patients in the postoperative community, and she admits she loves being able to go out and meet people under exertionary lockdowns.
Playing with St Kilda club in Melbourne, Fitzpatrick had a very successful first season at the AFLW, but being unable to work in his trade under strict sports visa restrictions meant he was in no position to play a second season.
“Most Irish girls go on a sports visa, but I was sponsored to work as a physio there and I gave up on going on a sports visa to play. I gave up a lot, ”he explained.
Towards the second year, St Kilda had offered me a sports visa to return, but I wanted to have the opportunity to work as a physio and play so I applied for a permanent residence permit. Australian girls can work and play, but because of our visas we are very limited in what we can do.
“St Kilda are very good, they pressed me to get extra time, but we have to cancel it by mid-November at the latest. They put me on the inactive list and not delete me, in the hope I will come out to play next season.
“If it weren’t for Covid, I might still be in Australia. In an ideal world, the plan is to come back in September or October, but with Covid, things are very unpredictable. In the way that is lost it is very difficult to make plans. I’ll see how things go over the next few months and play it by ear.
“To be honest I would love to play any football this year. After the last few months, nothing in terms of collective sport, it would be great to get out of training and be able to play matches any description again.”
After playing past the underage class for Down, Fitzpatrick moved up to the senior team at the turn of the last decade. He quickly nailed his place in the middle of the field, a role he returned to at the most recent championships.
A two-point loss to reigning champions Meath marks the end of their 2020 season, but he thinks the team has the potential to achieve great things under the management of Caoibhe Sloan and Peter Lynch.
“It’s great to be back in. Peter and Caoibhe are amazing for Down Ladies, they have an unrealistic arrangement. They are focused on developing the young players who are coming. They set high standards; an impressive set – to come in,” he said.
“As a team, we were a little disappointed with Meath’s game. Meath was a very strong contender and then did really well in the end, but we couldn’t catch them and we lost a point or two. We can only learn from them and we can go on. go ahead and fix our weak points in the game. “
Although his exploits with oval balls have attracted attention in recent years, Fitzpatrick pointed to his success representing Australasia at the 2019 GAA World Games as a career highlight.
A serious knee injury cost him the chance to play in the 2014 Down Intermediate All-Ireland success, but winning any title at Croke Park is hard to beat.
“It was incredible. Any female footballer’s dream is to play at Croke Park. I had missed opportunities there before with Down and now I am 30 years old, so having the opportunity to play at Croke Park is incredible,” she said.
“I have known several girls from playing college, district and provincial football over the years. It was so awesome, just a great experience from start to finish. To get the results we do is definitely one of the most important things in my life. “
“Getting back to Croke Park and winning there with Down is priority number one now,” he said.
“Collectively, the big goal is to win the intermediate title with Down. “Team Down is a youth team, we have some real young talent,” he said.
“We want to be a senior team in the next few years, we want to move on to Division 2 and then to Division 1. It will be a year of hard work and, individually, everyone has been amazing during the close. Once we get back on the pitch again, it will be. It’s great to be able to do it together again. “