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Lenovo to roll out Z6 Youth Edition set for launch on May 22

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New Delhi: Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo is all set to launch Z6 Youth Edition globally on May 22, the company announced in a teaser on Monday.

Ahead of the launch, the key specifications as well as design have leaked online through the pre-order page.

 

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The Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition would feature a waterdrop-shaped display notch with thin bezels at the top and the sides.

Lenovo’s pre-order page claims the Z6 Youth Edition’s display will support HDR 10. It appears that the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 730 chipset.

 

Lenovo is all set to launch Z6 Youth Edition globally on May 22:

 

The teaser image reveals that the Z6 Youth Edition will sport a tear-drop notch in the front that houses a possible 32MP camera.

 

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The new budget variant of the Z6 could also feature a triple rear camera setup, considering the flagship Z6 Pro offered a quad camera setup. The smartphone is also likely to get an FHD+ display.

The Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition features 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer. The phone, with support for Dolby Atmos audio, would ship with a 4,050mAh battery.

 

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SBI aims to eliminate debit cards to promote digital transactions

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Mumbai: The State Bank of India is planning to end the ubiquitous usage of debit cards from the banking system. “It is our wish to eliminate the debit cards, and am sure we can eliminate them,” said SBI chairman Rajnish Kumar on Monday while at the annual FIBAC, a banking conclave organised by the Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) and industry body Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).

A fifth of the population relies on the debit card service of this largest lender. In Spite of this huge reliance, SBI plans to promote more digital payment solutions and eliminate the plastic cards. The chairman of the bank Rajnish Kumar noted that there are around 90 crore debit cards in the country as against the 3 crore credit cards. He added that in order to achieve a debit card-less country, there are digital solutions like the bank’s own ‘Yono’ platform. With the aid of the Yono platform, customers can withdraw cash at the automated teller machines or pay for purchases at a merchant establishment without having a card at all, noted Rajnish Kumar.

Pointing out that virtual coupons are the future, Kumar said that the will be less usage of plastic cards in the next five years. Currently, there is the QR code which is a very inexpensive way of ensuring payments.

 

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