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  1. Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games in the past decade which means there will be some people who would want to get their hands on the game early. That’s precisely what happened last night as at least one PS4 retail copy of the game made it to the hands of someone early. The person then decided to stream the first 20 minutes of the game which showed off the opening sequence in the game’s “Nomad” lifepath. © CD PRojekt Red There were rumours online that some retail copies of the game had leaked out early and pictures of people having a physical disk appeared online. The retail copy that was streamed was running on the base PS4 and lasted for about 20 minutes before it was taken down. However, people who were watching the stream were able to record the footage and are now re-uploading it to websites like YouTube, Facebook, Reddit and Google Drive. © Reddit-R_Cyberpunk We won’t be posting any of the leaked video or even screenshots of the game which can be found easily on the internet if you wish to check it out yourself. While the posted 20-minute footage does not spoil the game too much apart from showing an area of the game we’ve seen before. Having said that, knowing that someone is already playing the game may lead to unwanted spoilers online before the launch of the game. © CD PRojekt Red We do have to point out that the leaked footage is running on a base PlayStation 4 that is yet to receive a day-one patch that will include fixes for bugs, graphical glitches and other improvements. It's the reason why the game got delayed to December 10th as it was not running on these consoles well according to CD Projekt Red’s standards. So if you are worried about Cyberpunk 2077 spoilers, you may need to be vigilant online before the game’s release on December 10th. We recommend installing the ‘Spoiler Protection 2.0’ extension on your phone and desktop as it will automatically block any potential spoilers for Cyberpunk 2077 that you may stumble upon by mistake online. View the full article
  2. There were rumours that Apple is working on a new pair of AirPods that will borrow some design elements from the AirPods Pro. However, we may now have more evidence of the leak as 52audio shared an image of what they claim to be the alleged design of the upcoming popular wireless earphones. From first glance, we can see it isn’t the entire earphone’s picture but it does show enough to back previous leaks. © 52Audio The new “AirPods 3” looks very similar to the design of the AirPods Pro according to the leaked image. It shows the top part of the wireless earphones and the enclosure cover of its charging case. The image corroborates last week’s Bloomberg report that Apple is coming up with new AirPods models sometime in the near future. These earphones are set to replace the current second-generation AirPods as their cheapest offering. Noticeably, the AirPods 3 will have a shorter stem and replaceable silicone ear tips. Apple is also looking to improve the battery life of the earbuds in comparison to the current AirPods models. © 52Audio Even though the new AirPods will borrow design from the AirPods Pro, it will lack the active noise cancellation feature. Other rumours have suggested Apple is working on a new AirPods Pro model as well with much smaller shape. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla. It isn’t clear when Apple will debut the new AirPods, however Bloomberg suggests Apple will unveil them sometime in 2020. Previous rumours suggested that Apple might be removing the stem entirely and use a design similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Buds. However, with this leak, we can say that isn’t true unless Apple decides to change the design before launch. As usual, the information above is based on leaks and rumours and is not fully confirmed as of now. We suggest taking information with a pinch of salt until Apple makes it official sometime later this year. Source: 52audio View the full article
  3. Micromax recently announced that the company is making a return in the Indian smartphone market with its new “IN” respires of smartphones. While no other details about the phone were unveiled, a report by The Mobile Indian reveals the specifications of the upcoming smartphones. The series is expected to have at least two models, where one will be powered by the G85 Help chipset while the other is expected to be powered by the Helio G35 chipset. Even the prices for the phones have been leaked where one of the models is expected to cost between Rs 7,000 and Rs 15,000. © Micromax_Youtube The smartphone that will be powered by the G35 chipset is expected to be the company’s budget-friendly device which will pack a 5,000 mAh battery and have two configurations. The two configurations are expected to be 2GB/32GB and 3GB/32GB RAM models. The phones are also expected to have different cameras, however, it still remains to be unclear whether the differences will remain in the same model of the phone or will be branded separately. The 2GB variant will have three cameras where there will be a 13MP primary camera, an 8MP Selfie camera and a 2MP shooter as well. The 3GB variant will apparently have a triple camera setup at the back with 13MP, 5MP and 2MP sensors. The front-facing camera is expected to be a 13MP shooter as well. © Meditech Micromax used to be the number one smartphone brand in India until it was embarrassingly defeated by Chinese players in quick succession. However, Micromax’s downfall can also be attributed to its shoddy strategy where the company would simply rebrand Chinese smartphones and its software and sell it as its own. You can read all about Micromax rebranding their smartphones here and how it led to its downfall. © Micromax_Youtube Having said that, Micromax is trying to making a comeback banking on the resentment against Chinese products that was caused due to the recently heightened tensions at the northern border between the two countries. In fact, Micromax founder Rahul Sharma cited it as one of the reasons for the new smartphone in a video released last week. The company is now using the 'Atmanirbhar Bharat’ message to promote the new smartphones and is also planning to leverage from the Government’s new PLI scheme to gain incentives for local manufacturing. Having said that, we have not seen the device yet in any of the previews which show Micromax is playing it safe. Usually, we can identify whether the smartphone is a rebranded device or not by simply looking at the design of the device and comparing the technical specifications. We could only hope Micromax does not make the same mistakes as before as it will come under scrutiny especially because of the new stand the company is taking with the “IN” smartphones. Source: The Mobile Indian View the full article
  4. The words were exchanged during a call between Melania Trump and her former senior advisor, Stephanie Wolkoff
  5. In the secret recordings, Melania Trump can be heard expressing frustration over traditional first lady duties and criticism over Trump's policies
  6. The OnePlus 8T launch is right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be getting any leaks before it actually launches. We already know quite a bit about the upcoming smartphone, however one particular feature remained a mystery until now. The OnePlus 8T is the company’s mid-year cycle refresh that usually comes with incremental upgrades. Now that OnePlus has confirmed there will be no 8T Pro model this year, all eyes are on the OnePlus 8T. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla A leak surfaced online via Twitter user and leaker Sudhanshu who tweeted a Geekbench 4 test result. While we review our phones on the newer Geekbench 5 scale, we can still run the older software to determine comparisons. According to the leak, the phone’s model number is expected to be “OnePlus KB2000” and the results look quite impressive. The leak shows the phone has a single-core score of 3,843 and a multi-core score of 11,714 which is in fact a downgrade over the OnePlus 8. We ran a similar test on the OnePlus 8 and the test yielded a 4,235 in the single-core test and achieved a multi-core score of 13,273. In comparison, the leaked results show the phone scored less than the OnePlus 8 in both tests. OnePlus 8T (KB2000) spotted on Geekbench 4 -Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor -12GB RAM -Android 11 OS#OnePlus8T #OnePlus8T5G pic.twitter.com/38NI1iiY0L — Sudhanshu (@Sudhanshu1414) September 29, 2020 The reason why the tests yielded results lower than the OnePlus 8 could be because the phone will not be using the Snapdragon 865 plus chipset. Last year, the 7T/7T Pro did use the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, however it seems like due to the pandemic OnePlus is looking to cut costs this year and just offer a slight design change instead of any significant upgrade when it comes to the specifications. OnePlus has already confirmed other features that will be there on the OnePlus 8T such as a 120Hz refresh-rate display alongside 65W fast-charging that will use a dual-battery system. Having said that, the OnPlus 8T won’t be offering wireless charging as it will remain exclusive to the OnePlus 8 Pro. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While the leak may show something, we do recommend taking this piece of information with a pinch of salt. The Geekbench 4 listing could be of a model with a lower RAM configuration or could be false altogether. We’ve also seen new OnePlus phones lacking optimisation at launch and this test may just be a test to see the performance levels on the upcoming phone. Having said that, the phone will launch on October 17th and it shouldn’t be long before we know how the phone actually performs in real-life testing. Source: Sudhanshu View the full article
  7. The split was caused by a crack in a cargo hold on its stern side, says the ship's operator Mitsui OSK Lines
  8. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro leaks have been making rounds on the internet and prominent leaker Jon Prosser posted a video detailing everything about the upcoming phones. The video reveals the specs, pricing, and other details for Appleâs new phones expected to launch this fall. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero According to Prosser and his sources, Apple will be launching two models i.e, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro where both models will be getting a âMaxâ model. The lineup will include a 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch model where the Pro models will come with OLED displays with 10-bit colour depth made by Samsung. The iPhone 12 will also have OLED displays but will be manufactured by BOE instead. The leaks also say Pro models will come with 6GB of RAM and a triple camera setup that will include a LiDAR sensor. The non-Pro models will feature 4GB RAM and a dual-camera setup instead. The Pro model is expected to have a stainless steel body while the non-Pro model will be made of an aluminium body. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero When it comes to the pricing, Prosser believes the iPhone 12 will cost somewhere around $649 (~ Rs 49,229) for the 128GB model and will go up to $749 (~Rs 56,800) for the 256GB variant. The Max version fo the iPhone 12 will be a bit more expensive and will start at $749 (~Rs 56,800) for the 128GB model and cost $849 for the 256GB (~Rs 64,400) variant. For the Pro models, there are expected to be three variants for each size where it will start at $999, $1,099, and $1,299 for the 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB versions respectively. The Max models of the 12 Pro are expected to be priced at $1,099, $1,199, and $1,399 for the same storage versions respectively. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero Yesterday, it was rumoured that the iPhone 12 Pro would come with a 120Hz ProMotions display however Prosser says there is an internal conflict at Apple. The phones might ship with the features but will not be enabled depending on the battery performance of the two devices. It is worthy to note that Prosser is quite new to the Apple leaks scene, however, he has accurately predicted the launch of Apple products in the recent past. His track record has been on point so far which adds more weight to these leaks. Having said that, the information above is still based on leaks and it is still quite early to determine Appleâs plans. Features could change before the launch of the iPhone 12 series later this year or these leaks could just be untrue. We can only know for sure when Apple launches the new iPhone later this fall. Source: Front Page Tech View the full article
  9. While OnePlus may have announced the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro recently, the company also announced a wireless charger for the 8 Pro. It is called the Warp Charge 30 wireless charger that uses proprietary technology to charge the OnePlus 8 Pro wirelessly at 30W which translates to 50 per cent top-up in just 30 minutes. © OnePlus The OnePlus wireless charger was announced for $70 in the US and â¬70 in Europe but never revealed the official pricing of the charger for India. But a recent leak has confirmed the wireless charger will retail in India for Rs 3,990; cheaper than any region OnePlus has launched this charger. The charger also has an in-built fan to keep the phone cool while charging wirelessly. It can also be used to charge other devices that support wireless charging however it will only charge at 5W when not using a OnePlus phone. © OnePlus Previous tests have shown that the fan on the wireless charger does make considerable amounts of noise. However, that can be avoided by using a Bedtime mode. This mode will let users turn off the fan manually but the charging speed will then be reduced at 10W. As the name suggests, this mood should be used during sleeping hours for a more silent performance than the fast-charging mode. The charger is expected to sell in India by next month when the country is expected to relax the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are also expected to sell alongside the charger albeit it is only compatible with the âProâ model. View the full article
  10. The prime minister in March had constituted an inquiry committee to investigate sugar and what crises
  11. The ongoing coronavirus outbreak outbreak may have stalled things worldwide, it's safe to say that 2020 has seen kickass smartphones. We've already seen a ton of new phones that have come out so far this year, and the new OnePlus phones are next in line. While we don't exactly know when these new OnePlus phones will come out amidst all the chaos, we do have the specification details of the phones. Thanks to a tipster, we now have the complete specs of both the OnePlus 8 as well as the OnePlus 8 Pro. Here's everything that you need to know - OnePlus 8 Pro The OnePlus 8 Pro is said to feature a 6.78-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It'll be powered by the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC and will have up to 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. As for the optics, the OnePlus 8 Pro is said to sport a quad-camera setup with two 48MP sensors, along with an 8MP and a 5MP sensor. © Twitter/ Ishan Agarwal In terms of the battery, the OnePlus 8 Pro is said to pack a 4,510mAh unit with support for up to 30W Warp Charging. This time around, the OnePlus 8 Pro is also said to have wireless charging and an IP rating. OnePlus 8 The OnePlus 8 will also be powered by the same processor and is expected to come with the same amount of RAM and storage. As for the display, the OnePlus 8 will obviously be a little smaller and hence it'll sport a 6.55-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. © Twitter/ Ishan Agarwal As for the cameras, the OnePlus 8 is said to sport a triple-camera setup which will include a 48MP sensor, a 16MP sensor, and a 2MP sensor. It'll have a 4,300mAh battery with support for 30W Warp charging, but there's no mention of wireless charging. It looks like the OnePlus 8 will also miss out on the IP rating. All this is making the OnePlus 8 Pro look like a way better phone with major upgrades. Also, Oppo's Find series phones usually give us a good idea of what to expect from the upcoming OnePlus phones. So looking at the new Oppo Find X2, we think the OnePlus 8 Pro and the OnePlus 8 will indeed be something to look forward to. Exclusive: They're coming! Here is the full specification list of the #OnePlus8 & 8 Pro. Seems like #OnePlus8Pro is gonna be a beast with 6.78" 120hz QHD+ Display and 48+48+8+5MP Camera Setup. Will have 30W Wireless Charging & IP68 Rating too. I'm so excited! #OnePlus8Series pic.twitter.com/j1AAo19q4J â Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) March 25, 2020 As mentioned before, we don't know when these phones will hit the market. There's a global pandemic going on right now, so it's safe to say that these phones won't be arriving anytime soon. Note: The header & social images are for representation only. That's not the final design of the upcoming OnePlus phones. View the full article
  12. In a leaked document, Tik Tok was found instructing moderators to prevent "poor" users with video shots in âslumsâ or âdilapidated housingâ to be promoted in the âFor Youâ section on the popular social media app. The moderators were also asked not to promote videos of people with âugly facial looksâ according to a report by The Intercept. A spokesperson of the social media app confirmed to the publication that these guidelines were indeed in place as they were âan early blunt attempt at preventing bullyingâ and are no longer used. View the full article
  13. I've been using Pixel 3a as my secondary phone, mainly for its cameras, ever since it released in India. It's one of my favorite camera phones of all time, and most of the images in the phone reviews that you see here on MensXP have been shot on the Pixel 3a. So it's safe to say that I am super excited about the Pixel 4a which will most likely launch in India since Pixel 4 didn't make it here. But I'd be lying if I said my excitement went down a little today when I saw the leaked image of the Pixel 4a prototype. Here, check it out - Google Pixel 4A Again Credits - @raude2210 pic.twitter.com/jDzWCXsIQd â TechDroider (@techdroider) March 8, 2020It looks kind of bad, right? Well, it's too early to judge the phone's design because this is a "prototype" as mentioned by the leaker. So the final design of the phone could be a lot better. Even if this is the final design, it might look a lot better in person. As you can see, there's a fingerprint scanner at the back and a single camera setup as well. The phone shown in the image is very dirty, but we don't see a dual-camera setup, either on the front or the back of the phone. As for the back design, we're looking at a single shade, possibly a matte finish instead of the dual-tone design seen on the current Pixel 3a phones. Again, it looks just okay-ish on the images, but it may look a lot better in person, especially when the phone is brand new and not covered in smudges and dirt. © Akshay Bhalla/ MensXP The images don't reveal any specification of the phone itself, but it's expected to be powered by a mid-tier Snapdragon processor and a 5.7-inch - 5.8-inch display. Google's Pixel phones are known for their camera and software experience, so it'll be interesting to see what Google has done here. View the full article
  14. OnePlus has been away from the news for a while now as the spotlights have turned towards other Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi, Realme, and IQOO. But it looks like OnePlus is ready with its next phone and it has already landed in the hands of some people in China. Earlier this morning, someone from China posted a couple of the OnePlus 8 Pro pictures on Instagram. The images confirm a couple of things. First, we can see the phone from the back and it has a new quad-camera setup instead of the triple camera setup we saw last year. We don't have details about all the sensors yet, but the new addition seems to be a ToF sensor. © Slashleaks It's a vertical camera setup with the three main cameras arranged one below the other. The ToF sensor is right next to the triple camera setup. There's no way to confirm if the images are legit, but the design matches the CAD renders that leaked earlier. Another set of images from the same leaker shows a screenshot of the settings page showing the phone's specs. Looking at the screenshot, it looks like the OnePlus 8 Pro will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and will have up to 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. It also says that the phone will have a 6.65-inch 120Hz Fluid AMOLED panel. © Slashleaks Well, that's everything we know about the phone now. As mentioned earlier, there's no way to confirm the specifications just yet, so we suggest you take them with a pinch of salt. But now that the phone has leaked, we think the launch is imminent. OnePlus hasn't uttered a word about these new phones yet, but we think we'll be hearing from them very soon. Source: Slashleaks View the full article
  15. In the wake of a somewhat divisive first look video of Robert Pattinsonâs avatar as the Caped Crusader, new photos have surfaced - revealing not just the suit in all its glory, but a two-wheeled piece of tech the comics have routinely referred to as âThe Batcycleâ. © Twitter The pictures offer an up-front view of the combat-ready suit, as well as a presumed stuntman riding the Batcycle, cape off. If anyone was wondering, itâs finally confirmed - this version of Batsuit has ears. © Twitter Hereâs a better look at the Batcycle. Itâs still unclear as to what model the stunt team have decided to base the Batcycle on, but with a distinctive boxer engine layout, itâs possible that the crew are using a BMW Motorrad platform - perhaps the Nine-T? © Twitter As for the suit, fans were in uproar over various design choices - it was originally slammed for appearing too rough-hewn and was called a âcosplayâ suit by critics. These new images shed a bit more light on the suitâs features - such as the distinctive forearm gauntlet designs, which seem to be covered with defensive bracers as well as the iconic âshark finâ blades on the edge. One Twitter user discovered an interesting design inspiration as well: I finally remembered what the gauntlets on the Batsuit remind me of, Samurai armor gauntlets: pic.twitter.com/fAgMUsHNEH â MisterBatfleck (@Mister_BatfIeck) February 22, 2020 Do keep in mind however, that this is a stunt-ready suit and not the exact one that Pattinson will be wearing. Stunt suits compromise looks for better mobility, and with the world of post-production at director Matt Reevesâ fingertips, itâs likely that weâd see a more polished version of this soon, along with Pattinsonâs infamous jawline behind the cowl. Fans were quick to share reactions - several liked the gritty aesthetic of the new suit. He looks BADASS !!!! #TheBatman pic.twitter.com/7mgzSWRmFu â Carmela Zepeda (@carmela_zepeda) February 21, 2020 @GregCapullo @Ssnyder1835 Dudes..... You are inspiring the next generation. pic.twitter.com/S2kLEjxhXN â Erik (@ErikJRocha) February 21, 2020 However, haters gonna hate, no doubt. Am I the only one that thinks that he looks awful? I can't quite put my finger on it but not digging it at all. â Matt (@Spliffzilla) February 21, 2020WTF IS THAT BATSUIT OMG PLEASE STOP @RealSkillwaves â NexT_GeN_EXpeRT (@Next_Gen_Expert) February 21, 2020Fans also pointed out the unusual bug-eyed eye slits of the suit, and speculated that the eyes may be made to glow using CGI. The iconic cape was also suggested to have been left for animators to add in after principal photography. Some fans have decided to label this version of the suit as a âprototypeâ - suggesting that Batman takes a beating in the film and redesigns his suit later on. With no official plot details on the table yet⦠it's anyoneâs guess. Pattinson himself had a few things to say about taking on the suit. âIâd had Batman in my mind for a while,â the actor said, adding: âItâs such an absurd thing to say. I sort of had an idea to do it, and Iâd been prodding Matt. He didnât accept any prods. I kept asking to meet him.â Once the audition process kicked into its final stages, Pattinson did try on the iconic costume. âI remember saying to Matt, âIt does feel quite transformative!â. He was like, âI would hope it does! Youâre literally in the Batsuit.â View the full article
  16. Samsung has already confirmed that the company will be hosting its “Unpacked” launch event on February 11, 2020. It is usually the time when Samsung announces new Galaxy S phones and this year the Galaxy S20 is expected to launch. A previous leak suggested that the Galaxy S11 will probably be called Galaxy S20 and we can expect three models this year from the South Korean giant. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla We kind of have an idea that the Galaxy S20 will feature some of the latest specifications thanks to a recent leak put together by Phone Arena which details every single piece of information about the three upcoming smartphones. In the below image, the three phones that will be launching are the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra. © Phone Arena The Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the first Samsung phone to sport a periscope zoom camera which will be an exclusive feature for the handset. The Galaxy S20 is also expected to launch on March 6, if this leak by Phone Arena is to be believed. At the moment, Phone Arena's information cannot be verified, which is why we advise you to take this leak with a pinch of salt. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Pricing for the three smartphones also leaked, revealing a $799 price tag for the S20, $999 for S20+ and $1,099 for the S20 Ultra. The Indian prices for the smartphones are expected to be different as Samsung tends to price it a bit lower in India, thanks to the presence of their manufacturing units in the country. We will learn more about the three units closer to the reveal event where the prices and the launch date will be officially announced. Source: Phone Arena View the full article
  17. A new Assassin's Creed is probably on its way and the existence of the game was leaked via website listings. Ubisoft has not officially announced the game but leaks are pointing towards one of the biggest games in the series. The game listed on the websites was called Assassin's Creed Ragnarok and is expected to release later this year. © Ubisoft A leak that was posted on 4Chan and later on Reddit revealed detailed information that sounds believable but we still suggest you take it with a pinch of salt. According to the leaker, the game will launch in September 2020 and will be a cross-generational game. It will support four-player co-operative mode or with a single character that can be either male or female. It is said to have role-playing mechanics similar to Assassin's Creed Odyssey and will also introduce a new weapon durability feature. The game will also feature a hidden blade, an iconic feature that was not included in the previous iteration. © Reddit Leaks also suggest that the game will be set in the 9th century and will deal with Norse mythology. The map is also expected to be larger than ever and will expand to cities like Paris, London and Kiev. There will also be more emphasis on mythical beasts that will be protecting temples and other key locations. Previous Assassin's Creed games have leaked in the past and most of the rumours have turned out to be true. It would be interesting to see how Ubisoft will adopt Norse mythology into the Assassin's Creed world. We could expect the game to be announced sometime later this year. We may hear more about the game at E3, this June. View the full article
  18. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are going to kickstart a new generation of gaming in 2020 and the only thing we know so far are the names and what the next Xbox looks like. However, new leaks have surfaced online that paint a clearer picture of both consoles. These leaks are not yet official but it gives us a better look at the power of each console. © Twitter/The-Driun According to a report by Digital Foundry, the PS5 will reportedly have a 9.3 teraflop GPU. The report was published by Eurogamer and it also details the GPU specifications of the Xbox Series X. The PS4 is capable of maximum 1.84 teraflops which means the PlayStation 5 will be leaps ahead in graphics prowess. The report also said that the PlayStation 5 will feature GDDR6 RAM, identical to what you can find on AMD's RX 5700 GPU. © Youtube Apart from these specifications, the report also claims that the PS5's GPU will be able to switch between three modes for backward compatibility. It will be compatible with PS4 and PS4 Pro tiles while a “gen2” mode is reserved for PS5 games. The other modes have been referenced as “gen 1” and “gen 0” modes to allow backward compatibility. The “gen1” mode runs on the same clock speed, GPU draw power and other metrics of the PS4 Pro: 36 compute units, a 911MHz core clock, and 218GB/s of memory bandwidth and 64 ROPs. © Microsoft In the same report, it was detailed that the Xbox Series X GPU is able to achieve 12 teraflops, however Digital Foundry describes it as “frankly ginormous, with signs pointing to a possible target of 12 teraflops.” If these leaks are to be believed, the Xbox Series X sounds a bit more powerful than the PS5, at least on paper. While the leak details both consoles and its components well, it is still unofficial information and needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Source: Eurogamer View the full article
  19. Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt on Saturday got a video leaked from the sets of their upcoming film Brahmastra.The video of the duo shows the couple dancing on the sets in Varanasi where they arrived on Friday.According to the local media, the shooting was delayed due to heavy rains in the region. Pictures of the couple from the sets also went viral on social media on Friday. Produced by Karan Johar, Brahmastra is an upcoming 2020 superhero film written and directed by Ayan Mukerji. It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in lead roles.According to the Indian media, the movie will serve as the first film in a planned trilogy.
  20. The PlayStation 5 is expected to launch next year during the holiday season and some previous reports have said that it won't come cheap. We can expect the console to be a bit more expensive than the previous generation's launch price. Last month, we reported that the PlayStation 5 could cost Rs 55,000 in India. It was based on a price leak by a European retailer and with 28.5% duty the Indian custom charges for game console imports. © Twitter/LetsGoDigital Regardless, multiple reports have suggested that it will be pricier than the PS4 Pro and PS4. Having said that, Sony sort of addressed this issue during a recent investors' call and it may be good news for people who are looking forward to the PS5. According to T3, Sony's CFO Hiroki Totoki said in the investors' call that the company is “analyzing the cost, the acceptable price in the market, and platform penetration,” while being “very conscious of the level of profit for investors and for the marketplace.” The quote might seem like the usual business jargon, but it also suggests that Sony is not going to gamble the future of the PS5 with an unaffordable price. An affordable price is going to be crucial for the successful launch of the PS5 as it will make it easier for PS4 owners to transition to the new console. Another leak has suggested that the PS5 will launch in early December 2020 as customers are more likely to upgrade in the holiday season. An attractive price is going to make it easier for the company to penetrate the market with existing and new customers. © Unsplash Even though this report may suggest that the PlayStation 5 will be cheaper than what earlier reports have suggested, it is still going to be a bit more expensive in India. As before, the Indian government will levy a 28.5% import duty tax on the base price of the console. No matter what the price will be, the PlayStation 5 will probably cost considerably more in India. As of now, it is not clear what the pricing of the PlayStation 5 will be, so we suggest you take every leak with a grain of salt for now. In the case of Xbox Scarlett, we can expect similar pricing as well due to the fierce rivalry and competition between Sony and Microsoft. For now, early reports suggest the PS5 will be revealed by the company at an event in February and we're hoping to get more information about the upcoming console at that time. View the full article
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