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Lava launches ‘Lava X50 Plus’ smartphone at Rs 9,199



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Lava X50 Plus

New Delhi: Domestic handset maker Lava on Thursday launched “Lava X50 Plus” smartphone at Rs 9,199 in India.

The device features 5.5-inch HD display, dual-SIM support and powered by 1.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM.”Lava X50 Plus” is the only device which comes with 32GB ROM at this price point, which stores three times more data compared to 16 GB ROM, the company said in a statement, adding that mobile application loading is 45 per cent faster on this device.

The 4G-VoLTE smartphone also sports 8MP primary camera and 5MP rear camera, both with LED Flash.The device is available across all major retail stores, along with one-year warranty on phone and six months warranty for the in-box accessories.Supporting 11 Indian languages, Lava X50 Plus is equipped with the ‘Transliterate Feature’ which helps the users translate English into their respective languages and vice-versa with ease.


Twitter’s Android app gets OLED-friendly dark mode in new alpha build




Back in March, Twitter announced a new OLED-friendly ‘Lights Out’ dark theme for iOS. However, now the new theme is reportedly rolling out to Android as well, albeit only on the alpha version of the app.

The Lights Out mode is different from the existing dark mode on Android, which has a blue/gray theme. The Lights Out mode, however, makes the backdrop of the app pitch dark.

The ‘Lights Out’ mode is different from the current dark mode on Android devices. The ‘Lights Out’ mode turns the UI of the app to pitch black instead of dark blue. This mode does a better job at power consumption on Android smartphones that sport an OLED display.

If you are an alpha user, you will find the option to enable the lights out dark mode under the Settings and privacy > Display and sound > Dark mode appearance menu.

This OLED-friendly dark mode is available for users on alpha version 8.19.0-alpha.03 of Twitter for Android. But, it’s activated through a server-side switch, so replacing the stable version with this one won’t necessarily get you the new dark mode.

That said, some alpha users managed to activate lights out by clearing the app cache, so give it a try and let us know if it worked for you.

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