Xiaomi Mi 6X Hatsune Miku Limited Edition

The xiaomi 6x hatsune miku limited edition

 Xiaomi Mi 6X Hatsune Miku Limited Edition Lauched it: Price, Features,Specifications

Hatsune Miku is an anime-inspired virtual idol who has gained much popularity in the Far East. She is so popular that, to commemorate the characters’ tenth anniversary, omi has announced a new limited edition version of the Mi 6X and well, just look at it. The Xiaomi Mi 6X Hatsune Miku Edition goes on sale in China from July 10. The variant borrows specifications from the regular Mi 6X but comes with a custom design and also gift box that includes things like a personalised 10000mAh power bank, a back case with matching artwork, and a metallic collectors’ card with the same serial number as the handset.

Redmi 6X price:

The Hatsune Miku edition of the smartphone has been priced at CNY 2,099 (roughly Rs. 21,900) and will go on sale exclusively via Xiaomi’s online retail portal at 10am CST (7:30am IST) on July 3.

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Redmi 6x specifications:

Mi 6X bears the same specifications as the regular variant. The Xiaomi Mi 6X sports a 5.99-inch full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC, coupled with 4GB/ 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB/ 128GB of eMMC 5.1 internal storage. Notably, the Hatsune Miku limited edition of the Mi 6X comes in only a 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage variant. In terms of optics, the Xiaomi Mi 6X Hatsune Miku Limited Edition sports a vertically stacked dual rear camera setup with a 12-megapixel primary Sony IMX486 sensor and a 20-megapixel secondary Sony IMX376 sensor with f/1.75 aperture, PDAF, and dual-tone LED flash. On the front, the handset gets a 20-megapixel selfie camera with fixed focal length and soft-LED flash. There is a 3010mAh battery under the hood, with support for QuickCharge 3.0.

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The xiaomi mi 6x hatsune miku limited edition

Xiaomi Mi 6x Miku featuresThe xiaomi 6x hatsune miku limited edition :

Display5.99-inch
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo
Battery Capacity3010mAh
Resolution1080x2160 pixels
Storage64GB
Front Camera20-megapixel
Rear Camera20-megapixel
RAM 4GB
Processor2.2GHz octa-core

 

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Royal wedding 2018: Chelsy Davy, one of Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriends, attended the royal wedding and so did actor Cressida Bonas. And, Davy’s expression caught many Netizens off-guard.

Prince Harry tied the knot with Meghan Markle on Saturday (May 19) after much anticipation and excitement. The couple exchanged vows at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle and people from all around the world rejoiced the royal union. Other than the royal members, several celebrities too turned up for the grand ceremony and pictures of stars and the couple are all over social media.

William Gilbert (astronomer)

Gilbert was born in Colchester to Jerome Gilberd, a borough recorder. He was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge.

  •  After gaining his MD from Cambridge in 1569, and a short spell as bursar of St John’s College, he left to practice medicine in London and travelled on the continent. In 1573, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. In 1600 he was elected President of the College.

He was Elizabeth I‘s own physician from 1601 until her death in 1603, and James VI and I renewed his appointment.

 

His primary scientific work—much inspired by earlier works of Robert Norman—was De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellure (On the Magnet and Magnetic Bodies, and on the Great Magnet the Earth) published in 1600. In this work, he describes many of his experiments with his model Earth called the terrella. From these experiments, he concluded that the Earth was itself magnetic and that this was the reason compasses point north (previously, some believed that it was the pole star (Polaris) or a large magnetic island on the north pole that attracted the compass). He was the first to argue, correctly, that the centre of the Earth was iron, and he considered an important and related property of magnets was that they can be cut, each forming a new magnet with north and south poles.

In Book 6, Chapter 3, he argues in support of diurnal rotation, though he does not talk about heliocentrism, stating that it is an absurdity to think that the immense celestial spheres (doubting even that they exist) rotate daily, as opposed to the diurnal rotation of the much smaller Earth. He also posits that the “fixed” stars are at remote variable distances rather than fixed to an imaginary sphere. He states that situated “in thinnest aether, or in the most subtle fifth essence, or in vacuity – how shall the stars keep their places in the mighty swirl of these enormous spheres composed of a substance of which no one knows aught?”

The English word “electricity” was first used in 1646 by Sir Thomas Browne, derived from Gilbert’s 1600 New Latin electricus, meaning “like amber“. The term had been in use since the 13th century, but Gilbert was the first to use it to mean “like amber in its attractive properties”. He recognized that friction with these objects removed a so-called “effluvium”, which would cause the attraction effect in returning to the object, though he did not realize that this substance (electric charge) was universal to all materials.