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Moto G5S Plus Leaked Images, Dual Rear Camera with Front Flash

Lenovo’s rumoured Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus have been spotted frequently lately, and are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Ahead of the official launch, the Moto G5S Plus has been yet again been spotted in live images.

New leaked images sourced from Weibo by Droidholic show the presence of a front flash module, as well as dual rear camera setup. The new leaked live images yet again give a glimpse at the all-metal design of the Moto G5S Plus, and will seemingly sport a similar body to the Moto G5 Plus.

Apart from metal body, the new press renders again show front-facing flash on the Moto G5S Plus, a dual rear camera setup, as well as antenna bands at the back, reminiscent to the metal-bodied Moto M.
Though a dual rear camera setup on the Moto G5S Plus is visible in the new leaked images, it is being said that the Moto G5S will not feature a dual rear camera setup. The leaked live images of the Moto G5S Plus corroborate earlier leaks, including the front flash, dual rear cameras setup, and oval home button. The rear flash module is in the ‘flat tire’ space of the camera module.


Some of rumoured specifications of the Moto G5S Plus include 5.5-inch full-HD display, octa-core processor, and Android 7.0 Nougat. The Moto G5S on the other hand is tipped to sport a full-metal body and 5.2-inch full-HD display.


Network Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2
CDMA 800 / 1900
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (2CA) Cat6 300/50 Mbps, EV-DO Rev.A 3.1 Mbps
Launch Announced Not announced yet
Status Rumored
Body Dimensions
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 5.5 inches
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Platform OS Android 7.1 (Nougat)
CPU Octa-core
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB
Internal 32/64 GB, 3/4 GB RAM
Camera Primary Dual 13 MP, autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, auto-HDR
Video 2160p@30fps
Secondary 5 MP, LED flash
Sound Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
Comms WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 4.2, A2DP, LE, EDR
NFC Yes (market dependent)
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB 2.0, USB Host
Features Sensors Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
– Fast battery charging
– MP3/AAC+/WAV/Flac player
– MP4/H.264 player
– Photo/video editor
– Document viewer
Battery Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
Misc Colors Lunar Grey, Fine Gold
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Android co-founder Andy Rubin : launched ‘Essential’ smartphone

Andy Rubin is best known as the Co-Founder of Android. He left Google in 2014 as Android Head, the position was later replaced by Sundar Pichai. Rubin says that instead of criticising present tech situation, he decided to create something new with Essential.

Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, expressed the hope that Tuesday’s first smartphone was called ‘Essential’. He was working on this project since 2015 and in November 2016, the company’s ‘Essential Products Inc.’ Registered.

Andy Rubin is known as Android co-founder. Google acquired Android in 2005 and till 2013, Andy moved into the company as a senior vice president of mobile and digital content. But later in the year, in December 2013, Rubin started managing robot division in Google. He left Google in 2014 as Android Head, later replaced by this beautiful Pichai.

Ready to take on high end essential Galaxy S8, LG G6, Google Pixel and iPhone 7 Plus choice. Now with the launch of a new smartphone company and a smartphone, Rubin explains that in the 21st century, the way people want to live, using the 21st Century methods to build those products, “in a new way Decided to start the company. ”

It all started during one night when Rubin and his old friend started talking about the current state of technology. Rubin explains, the real reason behind ‘real’ was because they thought there were “fewer and lesser choices” there, even though the product numbers were increasing, but they had more unnecessary features and did not work with each other.

Rubin says that instead of abandoning another criticism, he decided to make something new, because he felt that “partly responsible for all of this.”

“All the good Android has done to help bring technology to almost everyone, who has helped in creating this strange new world, where people have to fight very technical to simplify their lives. Is it our intention? Was it we could do the best? “Rubin said.

According to Rubin’s blog post, it is to ensure that the device is a personal property of the user, and will not force the user to “do anything on which you do not want to.” Always on the open platform, the Android co-founder said that they will use premium craftsmanship and content, but the phone will be for everyone.

Another issue raised by Rubin is, “Every year the device should not be old, they should develop with you.” So we have to see how something is necessary in this way. Now it is a tradition that most companies have launched a new upgrade for every smartphone model in their lineup. Based on Rubin’s blog post, it seems that this will require necessary and effort to be overcome

What is “essential” smartphone?

Required is a modularly designed phone that comes with a modular attachment like 360 ​​degree camera and charging dock. It has a 5.7-inch QHD 19:10 basel-less display, in which only one photo shooter appears on the front panel. The body of the required smartphone uses a combination of titanium and ceramic materials, which is more durable than the competitor’s claims of the company. The phone comes with top-of-the-line specifications, including Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB RAM and 128 GB storage.

The front of the camera has a 13-megapixel dual-rear camera setup, which has a black and white secondary lens sensor. The front camera is an 8 megapixel sensor. Both cameras can record 4K video, even the “world’s slim 360 degree personal camera” is made

The required smartphone is currently available on pre-orders in the US. Its price is $ 699 (about 45,200 rupees), the company will also bundle it for $ 749 (or about Rs 48,500) with the 360D camera.

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The role of women theme in Home and World book

Throughout the novel, as stated earlier, a strong sense of devotion is seen in the relationship between Bimala and Nikhil. It is key to notice that an indirect evaluation of the role of women is seen in this novel also, in a very subtle manner. In the society described, Bimala, like most women, blindly worships her husband. This can be seen when Bimala is described, “taking the dust of my husband’s feet without waking him”. When she is caught doing this act of reverence, her reaction is, “That had nothing to do with merit. It was a woman’s heart, which must worship in order to love.. This scene shows the average woman in this society who believes love will happen and worship is a given in a marriage. She blindly respects her husband without understanding or having a grasp of who he is.

Another one of the many scenes that alludes to a woman’s place in this society is when Nikhil and Sandip argue and Bimala is asked her opinion, which she finds unusual, in addition to “Never before had I had an opportunity of being present at a discussion between my husband and his men friends. This line shows how there is a strong disconnect and there is no place, usually, for a woman in real world conversations. To further prove this, in Nikhil’s story, the role of a woman is seen clearly, “Up till now Bimala was my home-made Bimala, the product of the confined space and the daily routine of small duties. These indirect references and descriptions are quite frequent throughout the novel and clearly allows the reader to get a sense of what women were subject to and their overall role in the society.

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Love and union theme of home and world book

From the first page of the novel, the love and union between Nikhil and Bimala is illustrated as something sacred. Nikhil proved throughout the story that he was undeniably devoted to his wife. He proved this first by marrying a woman who hailed from a poor family, along with accepting her darker skin. He made great effort to not only educate her, but also for her to understand her place in the world and not just her place in the captivity of their house. He shows his love by giving her freedom. Bimala also adores her husband, but in a less material manner. This is demonstrated in Bimala’s daily ritual of “taking the dust”, an Indian ritual of reverence not usually performed by a wife to her husband.

Due to Bimala’s extreme devotion to Nikhil, in the beginning of the novel, the union between the two of them is seen as one that cannot be broken. However, as, the story progresses, Bimala is slowly overcome by her feelings for Sandip. She eventually realises that she has found in Sandip what she longed for in Nikhil, fierce ambition and even violent defence of one’s ideals. Her deep desire for Sandip led her to completely break her sacred union with Nikhil, going as far as to steal money from her household funds. Sandip shows his love for Bimala through idolisation. This idolisation comes about due to her freedom, though.

The tale clearly presents the theme of love and union time and time again, going from Nikhil and Bimala’s marriage, through the love triangle created by Sandip, and once again returning to Bimala’s love for Nikhil at the very end. This story tests the boundaries of the union of marriage. It stretches and twists it to the point where a 9-year marriage is nearly destroyed simply because of a raw temptation. In addition to the idea of romantic love, there is a sense of love of one’s own country depicted throughout the novel. Questions such as, is it best to love one’s country through action, perhaps even violence, or by passive tolerance, are posed in the arguments of Nikhil and Sandip. While love and worship seem parallel in marriage, Nikhil believes these feelings cannot apply to one’s country. To worship my country as a god is to bring a curse upon it.

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Truth theme of Home and World Book

In more than one way, this novel is a comparison of different views of truth. Which reality is truer is up to the reader’s interpretation. Nikhil maintains an idealistic view of the world while Sandip takes a radical, nature worshiping view. He feels Nikhil’s view of the world is inferior to the real, raw world in which he lives as a radical leader. Bimala as well must compare truths. Through her interactions with Sandip, she is introduced to the truth of Shakti, yet her life with Nikhil is centered on the truth of conjugation. Each of these instances is a comparison of truth as being something simply objective to being something with a more spiritual or moral dimension. While the story ends in tragedy, both views of truth are important players in the story’s outcome, and it is left to the reader to ponder with which he or she agrees or disagrees.

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Illusions theme of Home and World

The constant forming of illusions in the novel grows to be a major recurring theme. Sandip tends to create illusions that almost always have negative effects on his followers and on the nation of Bengal. He builds an illusion of his beliefs that sucks the people of Bengal into a sort of cult. His illusion is complete sovereignty, free of all other worlds, and an endless supply of wealth and self enjoyment. This illusion, as many are, is a fake and a lie. It ultimately sells these people a front row ticket to watch their nation fall into complete chaos and civil war between people with different beliefs. He constructs an illusion for Bimala to believe, saying she is the future, women are the future, they are the chosen path to salvation. Bimala builds an illusion that she is to blame for this war, it is solely her doing. That she has done all wrong and no right. She refuses to accept that she too was a victim of Bnade Mataram. I now fear nothing-neither myself, nor anybody else. I have passed through fire. What was inflammable has been burnt to ashes; what is left is deathless. I have dedicated myself to the feet of him, who has received all my sin into the depths of his own pain. The biggest of all is Sandip’s mask of caring and passion, while he hides his own selfishness and desire for the world.

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Tradition vs. modernism theme of home and world book

As the title suggests, a major theme is the relationship of the home with the outside world. Nikhil enjoys the modern, western goods and clothing and lavishes Bimala with them. However, Bimala, in the Hindu tradition, never goes outside of the house complex. Her world is a clash of western and traditional Indian life. She enjoys the modern things that Nikhil brings to her, but when Sandip comes and speaks of nationalism with such fire, she sees these things as a threat to her way of life. Bimala’s struggle is with identity. She is part of the country, but only knows the home and her home is a mix of cultures. She is torn between supporting the ideal of a country that she knows she should love, or working toward ensuring that her home, her whole world, is free from strife and supporting her husband like a traditional Indian woman should. Bimala is forced to try to understand how her traditional life can mix with a modern world and not be undermined. This theme ties in with the nationalism theme because it is another way that Tagore is warning against the possibility that nationalism can do more harm than good.

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Nationalism theme of home and world book

While the entire novel centers around the Swadeshi movement, the author of the novel is not advocating it but rather warning his audience of the dangers of such a movement. Tagore knows that it is possible for even a seemingly peaceful movement to turn quickly into aggressive nationalism. Such a change would do the country more harm than good. The character named Sandip is the vivacious and ardent leader of Swadeshi. He knows that his movement has the potential to turn ugly. He fervently believes however that freedom must be achieved no matter the cost. Sandip cites a story from the Bhagavad Gita in support of his own path. The story tells of the Hindu Lord Krishna advising Arjuna to perform his duty as a warrior regardless of the result. Sandip’s use of the Hindu epic poetry to support his movement illustrates the tendency of individuals to use religion as a basis for nationalism. The use of excerpts from the Indian epic poem was indicative of the blending traditional elements of Indian culture with the ideals and goals of modern Indian independence moment. As both have the potential to yield individuals claiming an unshakable fervor for their cause, this can be a rather dangerous combination, a fact clearly acknowledged by the novel’s author.

Nationalism is also expressed through the rejection of foreign goods, which was a part of the Swadeshi movement. Sandip was strongly against the sale of foreign goods as Bimala stated that “Sandip laid it down that all foreign articles, together with the demon of foreign influence, must be driven out of our territory. Nikhil on the other hand felt the opposite. He stated that in terms of banishing foreign goods from his Suskar market that he could not do it and he refused to tyrannize. Bimala even pleaded with her husband to order them to be cleared out! She also stated that banishing foreign goods would not be tyranny for selfish gain, but for the sake of the country.