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  1. The Samsung Galaxy Series has come a long way since its inception. It has finally culminated in an almost perfect smartphone with the S21 series this year. After years of experience in launching premium smartphones, Samsung may have finally got almost everything right with the S21 Ultra. I have been using Samsung's latest flagship for almost a week now and my experience with this smartphone has left me wanting to make this phone my primary device in 2021. From the camera to the performance to the build quality, everything seems right about the Galaxy S21. Here's what I think about Samsung's latest flagship that will be hard to beat this year. Design and Display Hands down, my favourite thing about the S21 Ultra has to do with the build quality and the tone of the 'Phantom Black' colour. It's the blackest of black you can find on a smartphone and to be fair, pictures really don't do justice for the beautiful design Samsung has opted to use this year. The Galaxy S21 Ultra makes other premium smartphones feel cheap with the exception of the iPhone 12 Pro. The Galaxy S21 Ultra makes smartphones like the OnePlus 8 Pro feel like budget offerings which is a testament to what Samsung has achieved with this phone. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla At the back, you will find a very minimalistic look with a camera module at the top left corner. There is a more prominent bump this time around which didn't really bother me as much as I thought it would. It looks quite good and doesn't really interfere with the overall experience of the smartphone. Sure, you will have to use a case in case you want to keep the smartphone flat on a surface, however you will need to purchase that separately. Apart from the massive camera module, the design of the smartphone is fairly simple and elegant. We do have to mention that the phone feels great to hold in the hand, thanks to its aluminium frame. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Much like any Samsung flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S21 Ultra has IP68 water and dust resistance rating, supports wireless charging and uses the Infinity-O display design. Having said that, Samsung has removed the ability to expand storage, as the phone does not have a microSD slot in the SIM tray this time around. This might be disappointing for existing Samsung users who require extra storage space for apps, games and pictures. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Samsung is known for using the best display units for its flagship phones and the case remains the same with the Galaxy S21 Ultra as well. In fact, it may just be the best display we've used on a smartphone yet - even better than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The phone has a fairly large 6.8-inch WQHD+ display with a resolution of 3,200 X 1,440. The display does have a slight curve to it but it's rather easy to use. The display also uses an adaptive refresh rate up to 120Hz where the screen can go as low as 10Hz for maximum battery output. Browsing on the S21 Ultra was a delight, thanks to the animations and scrolling speed optimised for OneUI 3.1. The combination of the vivid display and the great implementation of the adaptive refresh rate is by far the standout feature on the S21 Ultra here. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Needles to say, the display quality is second to none and watching movies, TV shows, Twitch and gaming is a sublime experience on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Colour calibration on the display is extremely accurate and is not over saturated either. The display also supports HDR10+ content which makes watching content on apps like Netflix feel like a dream. In addition, users can also use the display with Samsung's stylus, the S-Pen as it now supports all the features you can use on the Galaxy Note Series. You will have to purchase the S Pen and the case separately so that you can use it more effectively. Camera The Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with a wide array of sensors such as a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 108MP main sensor with OIS, a 10MP 3x optical telephoto sensor with OIS, and a 10MP 10x optical telephoto sensor. In our experience, the S21 Ultra can capture some incredible images with great detail. We particularly like the 'Single Take' feature quite a bit which was also present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra as well. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The S21 Ultra's dual telephoto lens setup does help in capturing images from afar with better detail, however we do feel the images feel a bit soft. The 10X telephoto lens needs a bit of work in our opinion as the final image doesn't really feel like an image shot using optical zoom. Having said that, Samsung has improved the stability in this mode as the S22 Ultra shakes far less when zoomed as compared to its predecessor. Similarly, the S21 Ultra's night mode could also use some improvement in order to catch up with its competition i.e. the iPhone 12 Series. For an Android device, the Night Mode works fairly well and beats most of the other Android devices with ease. Portrait mode on the S21 Ultra is accurate most of the time at detecting edges of people, however we do feel that there haven't been any noticeable improvements from its predecessors. Overall, the images do look quite impressive and for once, feel more balanced instead of having the usual Samsung tuning with pictures looking a bit oversaturated. Pictures look crisper than usual, however we did notice a bit of softness in low-light images taken without the Night Mode. Some housekeeping notes about the camera app - it does feel a bit unintuitive to use as some features are buried deep into menus. It would be prudent if Samsung could streamline some of the key features and bring them to the forefront such as Night Mode, rather than have a user dig these features from the 'More' section. Samsung could also implement something similar to Apple where the cameras toggle night mode automatically if there isn't enough ambient light. If you want to get a better idea of the Galaxy S21 Ultra's picture quality, have a look at the gallery below: Performance and Battery Life © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Now, this is a hot topic for Indian consumers since Samsung uses Exynos chipsets for its smartphones that are sold in the country. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is powered by Samsung's latest 5nm Exynos 2100 chipset and unlike past experiences, Samsung has sorted out most of its silicon problems on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Right out of the box, we did not see any throttling of any kind or any overheating issues unlike the Galaxy Note 20 from last year. In fact, the Exynos 2100 may just be the best chipset Samsung has ever made and trust me when I say this, they have listened to fans this time around. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Exynos 2100 is surpassingly well optimised in terms of performance. In some of our graphic tests, it even beat the iPhone 12 Pro this year. For example, in our 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme test, the Exynos version scored 7523 points in the test and in comparison has better performance than its predecessor, landing it a spot amongst the top five performing smartphones. Having said that, the Exynos 2100 does need better-sustained GPU performance in games like Genshin Impact or with games that have to render more assets. Stability is a slight issue for larger open-world games at the moment which may be fixed in a future update. We do have to point out that games like Genshin Impact have not been optimised for Samsung's new chipset yet which could be the reason behind the stability problems. This isn't really Samsung's fault as the developer needs to optimise the game for the chipset and not the other way around. However, you should face no problems in competitive games like Call of Duty or upcoming MOBA games like League of Legends: Wild Rift. We did not notice any frame rate drops in any of our gaming sessions which is the ideal situation you want any smartphone to be in. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If you are wondering about CPU performance, after a recent update, there was a huge difference in performance which left me quite surprised. In our Geekbench 5 test, the S21 Ultra (Exynos) scored 1035 (single-core) and 3136 (multi-core) points which are at par with recent flagship smartphones. In real life usage, the phone performed reliably well and did not falter in the overall experience. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is by far the most balanced smartphone yet, made with a chipset that may not be the popular choice amongst Android fanboys but it really does hold its own. I also have to give a special shoutout to the software team at Samsung mobiles for the incredible experience we got with OneUI 3.1. The software is highly optimised for the hardware and has become our favourite Android skin this year, overtaking OxygenOS 11. Samsung has made improvements to the overall software experience that in my opinion is the best you can get right now. It feels more streamlined, stable and looks absolutely phenomenal. The only issue I have is the lack of using my own icon packs natively. Features like Samsung DeX, Link to Windows, a dedicated Kids Mode are some of the thoughtful features other phones lack. Other features like connectivity with Galaxy Buds Live, Buds+ and other Samsung accessories is flawless and is the only thing that comes close to Apple's offering. When I say the phone is highly optimised for the hardware, it also reflects in the battery life of the phone. The Galaxy S21 Ultra can easily last you 1.5 days, thanks to its massive 5000mAh battery. However, if you do use the display in WQHD+ mode, you can expect it to go down a bit, especially if you have adaptive refresh rate turned on for the higher resolution. The Galaxy S21 Ultra, unfortunately, does not come with a charger in the box, however the good news is you can use any third-party Power Delivery (PD) charger with the phone. The phone supports up to 25W PD fast charging and 15W wireless charging which makes it easier for existing Samsung/Android users to use their previous chargers. The Final Say Samsung has really knocked it out of the park with the Galaxy S21 Ultra this time around with a great software experience, improved performance and a premium design that is currently unmatched. With one of the best displays we've ever used on a smartphone to offer great flexibility with its cameras, the S21 Ultra will be setting a new standard for flagship devices in 2021. 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  2. The political series Tandav has been getting into controversies since the day the series was released. Now, after the second meeting with the officials of the ministry of information and broadcasting on Tuesday, the makers of the political web series Tandav has decided to make changes to the web series to address the concerns it raised. In a fresh statement, director of the series Abbas Ali Zafar said, "We have the utmost respect for the sentiments of the people of our country. We did not intend to hurt or offend the sentiments of any individual, caste, community, race, religion or religious beliefs or insult or outrage any institution, political party or person, living or dead.” © Amazon Prime He added, “The cast and crew have decided to implement changes to the web series to address the concerns raised towards the same. We thank the ministry of information and broadcasting for the guidance and support in the matter. We once again apologize if the series has unintentionally hurt anybody’s sentiments.” © Amazon Prime This happened when two complaints were filed- one by a policeman in Lucknow and another by Ram Kadam in Mumbai on Sunday. The UP cop said that 17 minutes into the first episode, "people dressed up in a very bad manner to represent Hindu gods and goddesses that hurt religious sentiments." © Amazon Prime Ram Kadam's complaint said that the alleged insults to religious sentiments happened almost every time. Now, the ministry officials have engaged with Amazon prime Video, the OTT platform streaming the series, and the content creators, to resolve all the concerns and the team has now agreed to weed out all the controversial content. View the full article
  3. Apple's iPhones including the new iPhone 12 series will be available at a discounted price during the upcoming Republic day sale. These are probably the best time to grab these iPhones in India because they'll be available at their lowest price. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for as low as Rs 48,900 during the sale after all the discounts and trade-in offers. It's the lowest price we've seen for the phone so far. The vanilla iPhone 12 will be available for Rs 61,900 whereas the higher-end models will cost a little more. © YouTube/Marques Brownlee The iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will cost Rs 1,02,900 and Rs 1,12,900. The trade-in price may vary depending on the phone that you are trying to exchange but we think you'll still get a solid price at the end. We saw similar discounts being offered last year as well, so we know this is one of the best times to buy a new iPhone. In case you can splurge on the iPhone 12 series, then you can check out the iPhone 11. It's also getting a cheaper price and can be bought for just Rs 37,900. If you are looking for something that's even cheaper and compact, then we think you should check out the iPhone SE (2020). It'll be available for Rs 20,900. Lastly, there's the iPhone XR which will be available for Rs 28,900. © YouTube/Marques Brownlee The prices mentioned above in the story are for the base variants of each phone, so it goes without saying that you'll have to shell out more if you are looking to add more storage. As is the case with these sales, the phones will be available in limited quantities and they'll sell out almost instantly. So we suggest you keep your eyes peeled for the sale to start and be one of the first ones to grab them. Besides iPhones, a lot of other Android phones will also be available at a discounted price during the sale. We'll make a separate list of phones on sale very soon, so stay tuned. All these phones will be available across both Amazon and Flipkart during the sale, so keep an eye.Good luck trying to grab one of these phones. View the full article
  4. Video of a woman slapping Ruet-e-Hilal Committee member Mufti Abdul Qavi went viral a day earlier
  5. Unsure of whether or not he will even get to play for his country, Mohammed Siraj made a bold decision of sticking with the Indian cricket team at the beginning of their tour of Australia when he got the news of the demise of his father back in November 2020. Even though the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had made arrangements for the cricketer’s return home, Siraj said that he will continue with the tour as an homage to the man he truly adored and loved. “He was my biggest supporter and it’s a big loss for me. He wished that I should play for India and bring glory to the nation. From here on my mindset is that I will fulfill his dreams. He may not be with me in person but he’ll always be there with me in spirit,” Siraj had told bcci.tv. “I liked how all the team members supported me in this time and didn’t let me feel the pinch of the loss. Virat [Kohli] bhai said ‘Miyaan tension mat le’, he asked to stay strong and fulfil the dream of my father. He told me that it was important for me to stay strong. His positive words made me feel better,” the pacer had added. Now, after two and a half months, Siraj has not only made his international Test debut but has also evolved into becoming the most successful pacer for the Men in Blue during the series. The unusual situation inside the Indian dressing room was such that none of the experienced bowlers were fit and ready to perform against the host in the final Test of the series at the Gabba. From Test cap 298 to 300. Mohammad Siraj offers T Natarajan some advice learned from his brief time on the Test circuit. LIVE COMMENTARY: https://t.co/6eVsHcfMEn #AUSvIND #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/NsyQ9v5CZ2 — FlashScore Cricket Commentators (@FlashCric) January 15, 2021 With just four bowling innings under his belt, this meant that the 26-year-old had to step up and start behaving like a seasoned Indian bowler, acting like the leader of the bowling attack. Then came the second innings of the Brisbane Test and Siraj fulfilled yet another one of his father’s wishes as he completed his five-wicket-haul. The moment Mohammed Siraj broke through for his first five-wicket haul in Test cricket! @VodafoneAU | #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/xZgHvrVgZE — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 18, 2021 Just as Shardul Thakur grabbed the catch of Josh Hazlewood, Siraj looked towards the sky in gratitude as teammate Mayank Agarwal joined him in his prayers. The star of the bowling attack was then seen running towards Jasprit Bumrah and embracing him to celebrate this incredible moment. Bumrah too was overjoyed and was genuinely happy with all that his fellow bowler had achieved this series. Siraj hugging Bumrah after taking the five-wicket haul at Gabba. Moment of this Test. pic.twitter.com/Ae3WzeSEAe — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) January 18, 2021Siraj hugging Bumrah after taking the five-wicket haul at Gabba. Moment of this Test. pic.twitter.com/Ae3WzeSEAe — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) January 18, 2021 According to sports journalist Bharat Sundaresan, Siraj was supported by two members of the coaching staff who had guaranteed that the pace-man will end up getting a five-for as his father’s blessings were with him. “You’ll end up with a five-wicket haul in this Test series. Your father’s dua (blessing) is with you,” is what the two head coaches had told Mohammad Siraj when he went for practice following his dad’s passing. Two months later. A Star is Born #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/juxfZEJUe9 — Bharat Sundaresan (@beastieboy07) January 18, 2021 “You’ll end up with a five-wicket haul in this Test series. Your father’s dua (blessing) is with you,” is what the two head coaches had told Mohammad Siraj when he went for practice following his dad’s passing. Two months later. A Star is Born,” Sundaresan tweeted. The final scenes from India’s second bowling innings had the Siraj walking towards the dressing room, proudly raising the match-ball, acknowledging the standing ovation by the players and audience alike. A standing ovation as Mohammed Siraj picks up his maiden 5-wicket haul.#AUSvIND #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/e0IaVJ3uA8 — BCCI (@BCCI) January 18, 2021 View the full article
  6. Samsung’s latest flagships i.e. the Galaxy S21 Series do not come with a charger or headphones in the box which sparked funny reactions from fans. However, the company has now confirmed in a statement to The Verge that the South Korean giant will apply the same approach to other models going forward. © Youtube_y Vo Xuan Samsung mobile communication EVP and head of customer experience Patrick Chomet wrote in an FAQ that Samsung will be taking a “gradual” approach to removing chargers and earphones from the boxes of the forthcoming smartphones. He noted Samsung customers can already reuse accessories from previous owned devices and the removal will address sustainable consumption issues and remove any pressure that consumers may feel towards continually receiving unnecessary charger accessories with new phones. "We’ve also been implementing standardized USB-C type charging ports since 2017, so older chargers can still be compatible with our newest Galaxy models," he added. Samsung smartphones for the past three years support USB-C Power Delivery Fast charging which makes it easier for existing customers to use previous accessories. Users can also purchase any third-party PD charger for fast charging needs which makes it a bit easier to make the transition for Samsung as compared to Apple. However, we don’t know as of yet which future models will be removing the accessories from the box. © Samsung Budget-friendly devices such as the Galaxy ‘M’ and ‘A’ series tend to have chargers in the box. However, it will be interesting to see if Samsung will take the same approach for the cheaper models. © Samsung Samsung mocked Apple for removing accessories from the box soon after the iPhone 12 line-up was launched. The company soon after scrubbed its social media accounts of critical posts prior to the Galaxy S21 series launch. What do you think of Samsung following Apple’s footsteps to remove accessories from the box of the Galaxy S21 Series? Let us know in the comments if you would favour this move if Samsung opts to go for the same approach for budget smartphones as well. View the full article
  7. With more people looking to ditch WhatsApp and switch to other messaging apps, Signal and Telegram have the ones that have stood out. We already did a story on all the WhatsApp features that are already on Signal. Now, we'll be checking out some of the Telegram features that'll make you want to ditch WhatsApp for it immediately. Multiple Number While WhatsApp users can only have one number for WhatsApp on one device, Telegram users can add up to 3 numbers on the same device. This is a handy feature for those using a dual SIM phone with two different numbers on the same device. © Reuters Scheduled Messages This feature is pretty self-explanatory. Well, Telegram lets you schedule messages on its app and we think WhatsApp should add this feature soon as well. Imagine not having to worry about being on time to, say, wish someone a 'Happy Birthday' at night. You can just schedule it. Sharing Files Up to 1.5GB Currently, on WhatsApp, you can't send a file that's larger than 100MB. But Telegram users, on the other hand, can share files as big as 1.5GB. This is an extremely useful feature and we think WhatsApp should definitely increase the file size cap. © Reuters Hide Phone Number This is perhaps one of our favorite Telegram features. Being able to hide phone numbers from other people ensures that we don't end up sharing our numbers with random users. It'd be awesome if WhatsApp adds an ability to use usernames instead of phone numbers. But for now, it looks like we'll have to stick to Telegram. In addition to the ones mentioned above, we're sure there are some other features that you might like on Telegram. Be sure to let us know by dropping a line. View the full article
  8. Sindh had prepared and readied "all mechanisms" for vaccination in January but the vaccine "never came", Bilawal says
  9. Today, India finally starts the world’s biggest vaccination drive against COVID-10 which has infected more than a crore people in the country. The pandemic has already killed more than 1.5 lakh people in India, however, there is now good news. India will have over 3,000 sessions, around 100 beneficiaries from the 3 crore priority group that consists of healthcare and frontline workers as the rollout was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this morning. © Reuters The first phase of the COVID-19 vaccination starts with two approved vaccines i.e. ‘Covishield’ and ‘Covaxin’. The first phase of the world’s biggest inoculation drive against the novel virus is expected to be completed in the next few months. The exercise will be conducted for individuals above the age of 18, for the moment, and each site will function similar to an election booth. Workers will have three hard copies of the beneficiary list and the names will also be uploaded by officials to the Co-Win portal. Today’s list was uploaded earlier this week on Thursday and will follow similar steps in days to follow. © Reuters An official said: “The vaccination session is from 9 am to 5 pm. Whoever comes till 5 pm will be vaccinated even after 5 pm, just like how it happens in elections.” The vaccines that will be administered in the first phase will be free. “The Centre will bear the expenses for vaccinating the 3 crore priority population,” PM Narendra Modi said earlier this week. © Reuters Out of the two approved vaccines, Covishield is the Indian variant of a vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford called the AZD122. The vaccine is being developed and manufactured in the country by Pune-based Serum Institute of India (SII). Currently, SII is capable of manufacturing over 2 million doses per day from a single line of production. © Reuters The company will be adding six more lines in the coming weeks to increase the output levels. Covaxin, the second vaccine has been developed by Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech in partnership with the National Institute of Virology. At the moment, there are 1.1 core doses of Covishield and 55 lakh doses of Covaxin available for administration. Each person has to get two shots of both vaccines within the span of 28 days apart. India has already conducted three mock drills in preparation of the rollout and the exercise was carried out to test the logistical and operational capabilities for the rollout. View the full article
  10. WhatsApp says that it will give plenty of time to users for them to review and understand the terms of use
  11. Saeed Ghani says that the govt's "treasury will be depleted but Karachi will never be clean" without people's cooperation
  12. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle will reportedly start ceasing to exist the moment Prince George ?starts dating?
  13. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are reportedly planning to ?move on? from the royal family after Megxit talks
  14. Pakistan is among economies that qualify for WHO's COVAX Facility which guarantees 2 billion doses of approved vaccine
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