Micromax Selfie 2 With Front Flash Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features

Micromax Selfie 2 With Front Flash Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features


  • Micromax Selfie 2 will only be available offline
  • The smartphone will be available from August 1
  • The Selfie 2 smartphone is priced at Rs 9,999

After listing it quietly on the company website last week, Micromax on Monday launched its Selfie 2 smartphone in India officially. As you already know, the big highlight of the Micromax Selfie 2 is its front camera setup, its latest Android software, and the fingerprint scanner support at the back. The smartphone is priced in the country at Rs. 9,999 and will be made available in all major retail stores from August 1.

Coming to the aesthetics, the Micromax Selfie 2 at its price point offers a sleek metallic body with no home button in the front, and volume and power keys on the left edge. The fingerprint scanner, as mentioned, is seen residing at the back right beneath the rear camera sensor. The speaker grille is also sitting at the back on the bottom.

Micromax Selfie 2 price, offers

As mentioned, the Micromax Selfie 2 is priced at Rs. 9,999 and will be available via offline retailers from August 1. There’s also a 100-day replacement guarantee scheme, where Micromax promises to replace the smartphone if there is any damage. The company will replace the device with a similar or equivalent priced unit within 100 days of activation of the unit. The company notes that this includes the one-year warranty period. A similar offer was launched for a few of its feature phones earlier this month as well.

Micromax Selfie 2 specifications

As for specifications, the Micromax Selfie 2 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, bringing all the latest features like multi-window view, reply in notification panel, enhanced doze mode, and much more. The Micromax Selfie 2 dual-SIM device features a 5.2-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) display with 2.5D curved glass protection. It is powered by the 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737 SoC paired with 3GB of DDR3 RAM. Inbuilt storage is at 32GB, and the smartphone additionally offers expandable storage through a microSD card slot (up to 64GB).

Talking about the main feature, the front camera has an 8-megapixel Sony IM135 sensor with a soft flash and f/2.0 aperture. It supports real-time bokeh effect, has a wide angle lens, and sports features like face beauty mode and one touch shot. At the rear, there is a 13-megapixel sensor with LED flash support, f/2.0 aperture, and it supports features like auto scene detection, super pixel, and panorama. There’s also the introduction of Gallery 4.0 which uses image and facial recognition technologies to allow users to search for photos in the gallery by recognising a person’s face.

The Micromax Selfie 2 packs a 3000mAh battery to keep the lights on, and is rated to offer 250 hours of standby time, 11 hours of talk time, and 22 hours of music playback. Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi support.

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Lava P7+ With 5-Inch Display and Selfie Flash Launched at Rs. 5,649

Lava P7+ With 5-Inch Display and Selfie Flash Launched at Rs. 5,649


  • Lava P7+ has 1GB of RAM and 8GB inbuilt storage
  • It sports an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera
  • It is priced at Rs. 5,649

Lava Mobiles has launched the P7+ smartphone in India, priced at Rs. 5,649. It is an upgrade to Lava P7 that was launched in January this year for a price of Rs. 5,499. There is no information known yet of its availability but the company has listed the phone on its official website.

The Lava P7+ smartphone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a version higher than what its predecessor P7 runs on. The 3G-enabled handset has dual-SIM slots with dual standby.

The P7+ has a 5-inch (720×1280 pixels) HD IPS display, but forgoes the Gorilla Glass protection present on the Lava P7. The P7+ has a 2.5D curved glass display, which is an improvement from the P7’s FWVGA normal display. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM. The handset has an 8GB of built-in storage, which is expandable via microSD card (up to 64GB).

Talking about the optics, the smartphone has an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera. Both cameras feature LED flash modules for photography in low-light conditions. Lava P7+ offers a 84-degree wide angle lens on the front-camera that is wide enough to click a ‘Groupfie’ or a selfie with more people in a single frame. The cameras support HD video recording in MP4 format along with other features like HDR, Photo Timer etc.


The connectivity options in the smartphone, apart from 3G, include GPRS/Edge, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio, and Micro-USB. The Lava P7+ packs a 2500mAh Li-Po battery. The smartphone measures 143.5×71.8×8.9mm.

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Apple to Block Adobe Flash by Default in Safari 10 on macOS Sierra

Apple to Block Adobe Flash by Default in Safari 10 on macOS Sierra


  • Safari 10 will push HTML5 as default.
  • New browser will ship with macOS Sierra this fall.
  • Google and Mozilla have implemented similar measures.

Following Google’s footsteps, Apple has announced it will block Adobe Flash Player plugin in its new Safari browser that will be shipped alongside macOS Sierra. After the new operating system is shipped in fall, the Safari 10 browser will push HTML5 as the default.

Apple developer Ricky Mondello elaborated in a blog post that if a website supports Flash content, then Safari would ask for permission before running it. He encourages developers to switch to HTML5, as it improves performance and battery life.

The Cupertino giant was amongst the first to start blocking Flash, with the platform long inaccessible on iOS. The company is now bringing the fight to the desktop browser, joining the battle of killing the ageing rich media content platform that’s riddled with security flaws and vulnerabilities. When Google Chrome announced its plans to make HTML5 default, it released a whitelist of ten websites which would be not be blocked by default for using Flashc content. These included Facebook, YouTube, and Yahoo, among others. Apple, however, has not announced any such list.

Mondello explains that Safari will pretend as if Flash Player is not installed, “Most websites that detect that Flash isn’t available, but don’t have an HTML5 fallback, display a “Flash isn’t installed” message with a link to download Flash from Adobe. If a user clicks on one of those links, Safari will inform them that the plug-in is already installed and offer to activate it just one time or every time the website is visited. The default option is to activate it only once. We have similar handling for the other common plug-ins.”

Apple does mention that it isn’t killing off plugin support altogether, but is just discouraging it. It will ask users for permission to activate the plugin, but then also allow them to keep it activated for subsequent visits. The plugin will then remain active for the user as long as the website is regularly visited. Safari expires a user’s request to activate a plugin on a particular website after it hasn’t seen that plugin used on that site for a little over a month.

Other legacy plugings that Apple will block by default include Java, Silverlight, and its own QuickTime. Apple asked the developers to test Safari 10 on macOS Sierra beta, and see how this change affects their websites. In any case, developers should take the hint, and get rid of support for legacy plugins, and switch to HTML5 or other modern standards instead.

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Canon’s built-ing-edge EOS M lens has a built-in ring flash

Canon’s first EOS M may additionally have landed with a thud, but thbuiltintegrated are gettbuiltintegrated a great deal higher for the mirrorless built-ineintegrated. The built-iness enterpriseintegrated released the remarkable EOS M3 past due ultimate year, and just found out a verybuilt-ing lens, the EF-M 28mm f/three.5 Macro IS STM. it is the first EF-M macro lens, and simplest theeighth local model built-inside theintegrated circle of relatives thus far. what is greater, the lens is hasa very specific layout with a twbuiltintegrated “rintegratedg flash” connected to the give up.

The light provide gentles illumintegratedation for close-up subjects and helps you to create left or propershadows built-in built-ing just one facet of the flash. It additionally helps do away with shadows from the lens itself, built-inkbuiltintegrated you have to get closer than regular for a shot (Canon’s other macro lenses tend to be telephotos). Canon additionally says the “tapered lens built-in shape makes it clean toseize 86f68e4d402306ad3cd330d005134dac pics at near range without castintegratedg shadows.”

At 28mm, the lens offers a 45mm fullframe equal field of view, that’s exactly one-to-one. Given the built-inintegrated simple 3element layout, I would not be surprised if it has extremely good optics — the 60mm EF-S macro has a built-ind-blowbuiltintegrated integrated on B&H, built-in. it’s also were givenCanon’s hybrid IS stabilization device, a steppintegratedg focus motor and a “remarkable macro” mode thatgives you 1.2 times magnification.

most significantly, Canon built-inintegrated put a lot of concept integratedto designbuilt-ing theversion, that is a strong signal for the EOS M device. optimistically, built-in quickly release a fewdifferent a good dealwanted lenses, built-in some speedy primes, so critical customers may not need to rely on an EF lens adapter. The EF-M 28mm f/three.5 Macro IS STM lens will arrive built-in June for $three hundred.