Talking about its internal specifications, the Vivo S7e 5G runs on Funtouch OS 10.5 based on the Android 10 software. It features a 6.44-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) AMOLED display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, 90.1 percent screen-to-body ratio, and 408ppi pixel density. The phone also supports HDR 10. It is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 octa-core SoC paired with 8GB of RAM. Internal storage is listed to be at 128GB.Coming to optics, the Vivo S7e 5G has a triple rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel main sensor with f/1.89 lens, an 8-megapixel super wide-angle macro sensor with f/2.2 aperture, and a 2-megapixel pixel blur camera with f/2.4 aperture. Camera features include 10x digital zoom, night scene mode, and more. Up front, the Vivo S7e 5G has a 32-megapixel selfie camera on board with f/2.0 aperture.The Vivo S7e 5G has a 4,100mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. It comes with a screen fingerprint sensor, offers face unlock support, and weighs about 171.7 grams. The dimensions are listed to be at 161×74.04×7.73mm. Connectivity options include USB Type-C port, 5G SA/ NSA, Bluetooth v5, and a 3.5mm audio jack.- Advertisement – Vivo S7e 5G has been launched as the latest smartphone from the Chinese brand. The company has revealed its specifications and features ahead of its pricing details, which are set to be announced on November 11, i.e. Single’s Day in China. The Vivo S7e 5G is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 SoC and has a triple rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel main sensor. There is also a 4,100mAh battery on board with the ability to fast charge at 33W.Vivo S7e 5G saleAs mentioned, the pricing of the Vivo S7e 5G is not revealed yet. The company says the price will be announced on November 11, i.e. on Single’s Day in China. The Vivo S7e 5G will be available in three colour options — Mirror Black, Phantom Blue, and Silver Moon. The phone is up for reservations of interest on the company site. It comes in a single 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model.Vivo S7e 5G specifications- Advertisement – Which is the bestselling Vivo smartphone in India? Why has Vivo not been making premium phones? We interviewed Vivo’s director of brand strategy Nipun Marya to find out, and to talk about the company’s strategy in India going forward. We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. – Advertisement –
The research also uncovered trends relating to children who were in formal child care — away from their parents. The disclosure will revive debate over the best way to raise children amid a surge in the number of under-fives enrolled in nurseries and with childminders in the past 20 years. Figures from the Department for Education show that 441,000 children under five are in day nurseries while another 272,000 are being looked after by childminders.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/10384281/Children-who-spend-time-in-nurseries-more-likely-to-develop-behavioural-problems.html Children raised in poor families with high levels of parental stress or mental health problems were most at risk of developing emotional problems by the time they started school, it emerged. The Telegraph 16 October 2013Academics at Oxford University discovered that exposure to some forms of early education contributed to bad behaviour and could be linked to emotional problems.The study, based on an analysis of infants from almost 1,000 families, showed that the strongest influence on children came from within the home itself.
After discussions with the Premier League and the Women’s Premier League, the FF BH today organised a meeting with the clubs of the Premier Futsal League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.The current situation caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic disrupted the operation of futsal clubs in our country.In this case, the FF BH, together with the clubs, will find the best solutions when it comes to continuing the competition, following the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the recommendations of UEFA and FIFA on further activities. The most important is the protection of the health of players, fans and all participants of the competition under the auspices of the FF BH.The Federation at the meeting was represented by general secretary Adnan Džemidžić, executive director of the sports sector Elmir Pilav, members of the Competition Committee Milorad O. Lale and Dušan Marković, chairman of the Futsal Committee Džafer Alić, as well as members of the futsal administration.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by City of OlympiaCity of Olympia’s Parking & Business Improvement Area (PBIA) is offering matching grants of up to $3,500 each for the creation of new parklets in downtown Olympia. Businesses, non-profit associations, and community groups can submit parklet design concepts by 5:00 PM, May 31, 2013. All grant money provided by the PBIA is intended to help offset the initial cost associated with the supplies and materials needed for the construction of the parklets.What are Parklets?Parklets are parking spaces converted into “mini parks” providing space for people to sit, converse, and enjoy the city around them.PBIA chair, Darren Mills, says “Downtown Olympia is in need of public gathering spaces and parklets not only provide a space for people to gather but widen our somewhat narrow sidewalks.” In 2012, The PBIA awarded similar matching grants to Darby’s Café and Jakes on 4th which resulted in the creation of the first two parklets in downtown Olympia. “People of all ages are taking advantage of the parklets as a place to see friends, hang out, and relax,” says Rob Cameron, owner of Jakes on 4th. Sara Reilly, owner of Darby’s Café, says, “We’ve had an overwhelmingly positive response to the parklet from customers and people just walking by.”Mills said, “One of best outcomes of parklets is the partnerships that they create between the sponsoring business owner, the city, PBIA and the public. They also bring economic benefit to the city by encouraging people to come downtown and spend dollars in our locally owned businesses.”To learn more about parklets and future downtown projects, please visit the Downtown Project page on the City of Olympia website. For additional information on parklet development and how to apply for a parklet in front of your establishment, please feel free to contact the City of Olympia Downtown Liaison, Brian Wilson, at 360.709.2790 or via email at [email protected]
By Rich Chrampanis NEWARK – Middletown South defense-man Demitri Forand and Trinity Hall winger Adriana Crepaldi stood in front of the New Jersey Devils locker room anxious to see who was coming out of the door. The local duo was being honored at Monday night’s game at the Prudential Center against the Blackhawks for having two of the top five high school goals in the state as selected by the NHL team and Jersey Sports Zone. “I was very thankful to be nominated and having it play on the screen was very exciting,” Crepaldi said. “Everyone was saying ‘great goal’ and I was just smiling and laughing.” Severson didn’t light the lamp, but he did have an assist in the Devils 8-5 win over Chicago. Forand and Crepaldi were treated to dinner prior to faceoff and then when the Zambonis hit the ice for the second inter- mission, the final big moment of the night came. The top five high school goals of the month played on the Prudential Center’s scoreboard, the largest indoor arena video system in the world. In front of thousands in attendance, the crowd let out some oohs and aahs followed by applause when Crepaldi’s goal was shown to rabid hockey fans. It was extra special for the Middletown South junior since he got praise from a fellow blueliner. Middletown South defenseman Demitri Forand’s one-timer goal was praised by Devils de- fenseman Damon Severson.Courtesy: Jay Cook “One-timer. Nice. It’s been a while since I’ve scored one of those,” Severson said when watching Forand’s blast. “That looked good. Nice shot. The goalie’s looking for it, he wants to know what happened.” After the top five goals around the state were selected, the debate came as to who deserved the number one spot in the countdown. When it was decided that Crepaldi’s dazzling move around the defender to score on a backhand in Trinity Hall’s first-ever varsity game earned the top spot, Severson agreed with the selection. In addition to her mother and brother watching the big moment, a number of Adriana’s Monarchs teammates on the ice were on hand to witness Trinity Hall in the hockey spotlight. “It really means a lot. I look up to these guys, I watch them every night,” Forand said. “To see an NHL guy talk about my goal like that, it’s something I’ve never seen before. It means a lot to me. A wonderful feeling that I’ve never felt before.” Adriana Crepaldi had her Trinity Hall teammates by her side when her goal played on the scoreboard at the Prudential Center and received a big reaction. Courtesy: Jay Cook When Devils defenseman Damon Severson emerged to shake hands with the recipients, what followed next was a special moment that will stick with Forand and Crepaldi a lifetime. Severson took a good look at the video of all the top goals being honored. First up was Forand’s one-time blast from the point that scorched the net against Point Pleasant Boro back on Dec. 11. “Oh yeah, that’s the best one. Sorry boys but she’s got you beat,” Severson said when watching the Crepaldi goal with the honorees. “Toe drag to the middle, backhand high glove. That was nice. Those girls were watching you skating around them, that was beautiful. Hopefully, I can score one like that tonight.” “If it wasn’t for them, this wouldn’t have happened,” Crepaldi said with her teammates by her side. The Devils organization makes it a point to have a strong connection with New Jersey’s high school hockey community. From hosting the New Jersey state championships to honoring the captains of every varsity team prior to the season, the Devils Goals of the Month is yet another example how New Jersey’s pro hockey team has a special connection with the grassroots of the sport.