The arrival of Samsung Galaxy J7 in the smartphone market with its attractive features is expected to put large screen mobile phone in the hands of many users as a result its affordable price range.
While many big smartphones tend to be highly priced beyond the reach of majority of people, the J7 which plays in the mid-range segment of the mobile phone market, also offers impressive spec and features.
From the brilliant screen, with advanced resolution, contrast, and color reproduction, viewing text, images and video, user experience has never been better.
Samsung Galaxy J7 is truly a sight to behold, with large display, which showcases stunning imagery, thanks to the HD resolution, true-to-life colour reproduction, and excellent contrast ratio. Text appears crystal clear and easy to read no matter the font size. Images also appear to be colorful and sharp, while video comes to life on Galaxy J7!
The large 5 times display allows the user view everything and anything on the device comfortably. With the High Definition resolution of the Samsung Galaxy J7, users can now enjoy crystal clear images.
A major complaint by users of smart mobile devices is that their device’s battery doesn’t charge fast enough, even after extended charging periods. With the Galaxy J’s Adaptive Fast Charging feature, users can finally enjoy everything the Galaxy J7 has to offer, without the fear of the battery needing a recharge so often.
Its ultra power saving mode also lets users make the most of their last battery power, helping them stay connected for longer periods. In emergency situations, the use of Ultra Power Saving Mode squeezes additional juice from the battery to extend phone use.
Samsung’s Galaxy J features has advanced technology on both the front and rear cameras. Users can now enjoy taking amazing shots with friends and of their surroundings. The 13MP rear camera, with greater F-stop variability, allows users to adjust how much light is being taken in. Using the lowest F-Stop value of 1.9 allows you to take incredibly balanced and striking photos even at night or in low light conditions.
The device also features an advanced 5MP front Camera with LED Flash, palm recognition feature, which lets you take selfies easily and maintain a natural posture and a beauty face mode, which magically edits your photos as you take them by retouching the face for flawless skin for a brighter, more youthful look.With Samsung Galaxy J7, you get the best selfies.
Powering content creation, sharing and multitasking capabilities, the Galaxy J7 comes with the latest hardware technologies. An Octa core Processor paired with 3GB of RAM delivers easy multitasking, lightning-fast screen transitions, powerful browser performance, and minimal application loading time. The Galaxy J7 is powered by the latest Android 5.1 “Lollipop” operating system that provides users with stunning graphical capabilities.
Powered by a robust and fast CPU, users will enjoy instant multi-tasking and faster loading of pages and games. Users can also freely use the mobile for web searches, app enjoyment, game playing and more, and still have battery left over for days of standby!
Normally, this is where information about the alternatives on offer surface, but the Samsung Galaxy J7 has no rival in the mid-range smartphone niche. The Samsung J series has created its own category, in that there are no devices to be compared to the J7 device in the smartphone market before its advent. In fact, the only real rival to the Galaxy J7 is the Galaxy J5.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 is a trustworthy and dependable device. The J7 is very affordable and you can’t go wrong with it. It has some of the best battery life you can get in a smartphone today, a big enough display for consuming media, reading, browsing and social networking and double the storage you get on the Galaxy J5.
Coming at a time when features like removable batteries and expandable storage are being shoved aside in favour of elegant all-metal designs, the Galaxy J7 is one of the very few decent smartphones that you’ll find in the market that sets out to excite everyone to do more as a result of cutting edge technologies embedded in it.
Paystack Stripe: Stripe Pays Over $200 Million to Acquire Nigerian Paystack Startup
Stripe Acquires Paystack for Over $200 Million
Stripe, American financial services, and online payment processing for internet businesses headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States, is in the process of acquiring Paystack, a Nigerian based online payment processing startup.
While the terms of the deal are not in the open, sources familiar with the deal said Stripe is paying over $200 million to acquire the Nigerian startup.
Paystack presently has about 60,000 customers that cut across small businesses, fintechs, schools, online betting companies and larger corporations. The sources said the plan will be to continue operating independently in Nigeria and the rest of Africa. Suggesting this is one of the reasons Stripe raised $600 million in funding earlier this year to expand its API-based payments services into more regions.
“There is enormous opportunity,” said Patrick Collison, Stripe’s co-founder and CEO, in an interview with TechCrunch. “In absolute numbers, Africa may be smaller right now than other regions, but online commerce will grow about 30% every year. And even with wider global declines, online shoppers are growing twice as fast. Stripe thinks on a longer time horizon than others because we are an infrastructure company. We are thinking of what the world will look like in 2040-2050.”
Shola Akinlade, the CEO of Paystack said the deal will help the company expand in Nigeria and beyond. “Paystack was not for sale when Stripe approached us,” said Akinlade, who co-founded the company with Ezra Olubi (who is the CTO).
“For us, it’s about the mission. I’m driven by the mission to accelerate payments on the continent, and I am convinced that Stripe will help us get there faster. It is a very natural move.”
The deal is expected to boost the attractiveness of Nigerian startups, especially the fast-growing fintech industry.
Facebook, Namibian Blood Transfusion Service (NamBTS), Others Partner to Boost Blood Donations in Namibia
Facebook, Others Partner to Improve Blood Donations in Namibia
Facebook Inc, the world’s leading social media giant, has partnered the Namibian Blood Transfusion Service (NamBTS) and the Ministry of Health and Social Services to launch a new feature to encourage people to donate blood.
This means, starting from today people between the ages of 18 – 66 now have the option to sign up as blood donors on Facebook, be notified when blood donor centres near them have an urgent need for donations and invite friends to donate as well.
Accordingly, the same feature was launched in Chad, Guinea and Mali today, meaning Facebook blood donating feature is now available in 12 Africa nations. Other African nations enjoying the feature are Senegal, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Niger, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
The program that was first launched in 2017 has now attracted more than 70 million people who have signed up on Facebook to donate blood through partnerships centres around the world.
Speaking on the initiative, Kojo Boakye, Public Policy Director Facebook Africa, said: “COVID-19 has changed how and where people can give blood, causing countries around the world to experience shortages of voluntary blood donations at this critical time. In keeping with our Mission, we recognized the role Facebook can play in connecting people that want to donate blood with opportunities to do so. The partnership with the Namibian Blood Transfusion Service (NamBTS) and Ministry of Health and Social Services is such an important one. We strongly believe it will enable Namibians to make a positive impact to the blood donation ecosystem in the country.”
Zita Tobin, Manager, Donor Recruitment and PR for NamBTS said: “We are truly excited by the partnership with Facebook the tool will assist us bolster our blood collections during the pandemic and beyond, as only 1% of the population donate blood”
Roblox to Go Public with $8 Billion Valuation Following $150 Million Series G Funding at $4 Billion
Roblox Preparing to Go Public with $8 Billion Valuation
According to the research data analyzed and published by Safe Betting, Roblox is preparing to list on the US stock market at a valuation of $8 billion. In February 2020, the gaming giant raised $150 million during a Series G funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz.
According to InvestGame, Q1 to Q3 2020 has seen the gaming industry receive a total of $20.5 billion in investments. Of this figure, public offerings accounted for around $6.05 billion.
Roblox Game Adopt Me! Draws over 10 Billion Visits As Consumer Spend Nears $103 Million in May 2020
Other noteworthy IPOs that have taken place include those of Unity Software, Kakao Games and Archosaur Games. Unity raised $1.3 billion at a $13.6 billion valuation while Kakao raised $330 million and Archosaur at $280 million. Applovin, Krafton Playtika, tinyBuild, Huuuge and People CAN Fly are among others planning IPOs.
Roblox has had a great 2020 with some of its popular games hitting spectacular records. For instance, Adopt Me! hit a peak of 1.615 million concurrent users and 10 billion visits in H1 2020. Piggy had over 5,000 plays by the end of July 2020 following its January 2020 launch. Roblox developers expect to earn $250 million on the hub in 2020, up by 127% from 2019’s $110 million. Its monthly active users increased from 115 million in February to 164 million in July according to RTrack.
Moreover, based on a report from Sensor Tower, player spending on Roblox increased 28% month-over-month in March 2020 and 34% in April 2020. In May, the game’s revenue hit a peak of $102.9 million.
The Roblox app hit $1.5 billion in lifetime revenue in June 2020. App Annie revealed that in Q2 2020, it ranked second in global consumer spend. In Q3 2020, it ranks it as the 4th highest grossing game globally on both the App Store and Play Store.
Forex2 weeks ago
Naira Improves Against Global Counterparts on Black Market
Business4 weeks ago
Npower News on Permanency for Batch A, B
Business7 days ago
Buhari Budgets N420 Billion for Npower, Other Social Investment Programmes in 2021 Budget
News4 weeks ago
Jumia Boss Juliet Anammah is Now Flour Mills Board of Director
Cryptocurrency4 weeks ago
Paxful to Build School in Nigeria Under Its 100 School Initiative to Support Emerging Markets
Technology4 weeks ago
Dell Partners Other Firms to Establish Tech Centre in Nigeria
Government2 weeks ago
#Endsars: Naira Marley Calls Off Protest following Police Invitation
Forex4 weeks ago
CBN Moves Against 55 Companies, Individuals for Forex Infractions