Earlier in the day, sources close to HMD Global confirmed to India Today Tech that Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and the re-designed Nokia 3310 would launch in India in June. Now, we hear more rumours about the new Nokia devices. A report notes that the company, along with launching the Nokia 6, Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 globally in June, will also launch high-end Nokia 8 in the same month.The report comes from Pocketnow, a website that covers smartphones. There have been several speculations about the upcoming Nokia 8 that are doing rounds on the web for months. Some reveal the specs of the upcoming Nokia 8 while some seemed to have “revealed” the price.Amidst all the rumours surfacing the web, new rumours have come to the light. New rumours suggest that the upcoming Nokia 8 will come with a 23-megapixel camera. However, the report also mentions “at least” this means there are chances that the smartphone might sport a much higher primary camera than 23-megapixel. The smartphone is also rumoured to feature Carl Zeiss lens.Also Read: Nokia 3310 to have its own limited edition on launchPreviously leaked sketches of the Nokia 8 also seemingly confirmed Carl Zeiss lens onboard. The report also indicates that the Android device will offer a vanilla Android experience. This means that like the recently launched Lenovo’s Moto G5, G5 Plus and LG G6, Nokia 8 will also offer monthly security updates and quick upgrades to new versions of Android and Google’s AI Assistant to the users.The vanilla aka pure Android is something that Nokia is making a feature for all its new phones. Even the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 will use pure Android.advertisementThe report further states that the upcoming Nokia 8 will come with Qualcomm’s latest processor – Snapdragon 835. The upcoming HTC flagship to be launched in May 16, dubbed HTC U11, will also come packed with the same processor. This means that both to-be-announced smartphones are somewhat expected to give a tough fight to the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and also Xiaomi Mi 6, which also use Snapdragon 835.Nokia 8 price and screenNokia 8 has already been subjected to several leaks previously. Earlier rumours suggested that the smartphone was expected to come in two variants. Out of which, one will be a cheaper version, while the second one is going to a premium model. According to rumours, the low-end variant of the Nokia 8 is going to sport a 5.2-inch QHD AMOLED display, on the other hand, the top-end model of the Nokia 8 will sport a 5.5-inch display.Also Read: Exclusive: Nokia 3310, Nokia 6, Nokia 3, Nokia 5 coming to India in JuneRumours don’t end just here. Nokia 8 is also expected to come with Google’s Daydream VR platform support. Furthermore, the smartphone will be equipped with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. This is all about the specs we know so far about the upcoming Nokia phone. On the storage front, the smaller variant of the handset will come with 128GB of internal storage, while the top-end version of Nokia 8 will be equipped with 256GB of internal storage.On the pricing front, the 5.2-inch variant of the Nokia 8 will be priced around 4,000 Yuan (roughly Rs 37,220). On the other hand, the 5.5-inch model will cost 4,500 Yuan (roughly 41,873). The coming of Nokia 8 is just a rumour for now. Although Nokia Mobiles has tweeted that fans should expect more devices. “More announcements coming in 2017” and “We’ve only just begun” are two tweets that the account has made.read more
Shaun King Crab LegsThursday night, former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, posted an Instagram photo of himself celebrating his No. 1 selection in the NFL Draft with a plate full of crab legs. Normally, such a photo wouldn’t be newsworthy – but given the fact that Winston was caught shoplifting crab legs from a Tallahassee Publix last April, it didn’t go unnoticed. Winston, who was criticized heavily for the post, eventually took it down, reportedly at the request of his new employer.Former NFL quarterback Shaun King, who is dialed into the football scene in northern Florida, has provided a bit of backstory on the photo Friday morning. He says that the crab legs were a gift from Captain Keith Colburn of The Deadliest Catch after Winston helped auction off a king crab at Mike Alstott’s charity auction earlier this year. He’s blasting people who have been critical of Winston.If people only knew how STUPID they sound killing this kid over that picture smdh— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015I was seated at the table right next to jameis at the mike alstott charity auction, when captain keith asked jameis to help him auction off— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015This huge king crab he had flown in for the event. Captain keith is from the deadliest catch show. I wasnt sure how jameis was gonna— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015Handle the request, but it didnt faze the young man at all he simply said ok sure, we r here to help the alstott foundation right.— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015That same captain keith in a gesture of thanks sent jameis and his family 25lbs of king crabs legs for his draft event last night.— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015Thats the backstory behind last nights picture for those of you who need to seriously have some self evaluation done— shaun king (@realshaunking) May 1, 2015While the backstory may be a bit more heartwarming than many would have guessed, Winston likely still knew the reaction he’d get for the post. Whether it was worth it – well, that’s a question that the new Buccaneers quarterback can answer.read more
Daylon Mack HitYou remember that Jadeveon Clowney hit on Michigan running back Vincent Smith during the 2013 Outback Bowl, right? Of course you do.Well, Texas A&M freshman defensive tackle Daylon Mack just did his best Clowney impression on a poor Nevada ball-carrier. Note to Aggie opponents: probably unwise to leave this guy unblocked like Nevada did right here. My goodness. Keep in mind this is the same kid who did this last week.Mack is going to be a good one.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Teva Respiratory have announced the launch of a national awareness campaign – Know Your Count – aimed at raising awareness of the seriousness of asthma and educating asthma patients and caregivers about the importance of keeping track of the remaining doses in their rescue inhalers.The campaign features award-winning singer and actress, Kristin Chenoweth, who is speaking publicly for the first time about the impact her asthma has had on her professional career and busy lifestyle. For more information about the Know Your Count campaign, Kristin’s experience with asthma and to view an important public service announcement (PSA), visit www.KnowYourCount.com.“I have struggled with asthma for more than a decade and am excited to be part of the Know Your Count campaign” said Kristin Chenoweth, Know Your Count spokesperson. “As a singer and actress, my schedule can be quite hectic at times and I simply can’t afford to let my asthma symptoms slow me down. To ensure I’m prepared in the event of an asthma attack, I count on my rescue inhaler with a dose counter to help me keep track of my remaining doses. It is my hope that by sharing my personal experience, I can encourage patients to know their count when it comes to asthma management.”Approximately 25 million Americans are living with asthma, a common chronic disease of the lungs, in which the airways become blocked or narrowed causing breathing difficulty. Asthma symptoms include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath or rapid breathing, and chest tightness. During an asthma attack, the airways can narrow to the point that not enough oxygen can get into the blood and travel to vital organs. In very severe cases, asthma can be life threatening.Children and adults with asthma need to rely on a quick-relief (or “rescue”) inhaler during an attack, so having enough medication in an inhaler when they need it is critical. Despite the life-saving nature of these medicines, a recent survey co-sponsored by AAFA and Teva of approximately 590 patients with asthma revealed that nearly half of respondents reported their rescue inhaler was empty when needed at least once in the past, requiring one-out-of-ten of them to go to the emergency room and one-out-of-five to go without treatment during the asthma attack.“Each year, asthma attacks account for nearly two million emergency room visits in the U.S.,” said Mike Tringale, Senior Vice President at AAFA. “The findings from our survey reveal that there is a significant need to educate patients about the importance of tracking the remaining doses in their rescue inhalers, so they have access to medication when needed. Using rescue inhalers with a dose counter is a great way to do just that. By joining forces with Kristin Chenoweth and Teva Respiratory, it is our hope that together we can encourage patients to know their count when it comes to safely managing their asthma.”Visit www.KnowYourCount.com for more information.read more