Realme ties up with Khy Electronic for AIOT products and accessories

Realme ties up with Khy Electronic for AIOT products and accessories

Smartphone maker Realme has partnered with Khy Electronic to manufacture AIOT products and accessories like Realme Watch 2 and earbuds. The company's CEO Madhav Seth says that we are very happy about this partnership. This will boost production as well as boost Make in India. The company had seen rapid growth in the wearables segment in 2019 and 2020. He further said that the Indian market is very important for the company. We will try to satisfy customers' demand.

In a statement issued by Realme, it has been said that all its smartphones sold in India are 100 percent 'Made in India' and in August it also started exporting to Nepal. Not only this, more than 60-70 percent of the supply of realme smartphones like screen, battery and internal structure are currently bought and manufactured in India.

For your information, let us tell you that for the AIOT product line, Realme had earlier partnered with Bhagwati Products Limited and Videotex International Private Limited. Reality Smart TV was manufactured under this partnership.

Recently launched this smartphone

Realme launched the Realme V11s 5G smartphone in September. The starting price of this smartphone is 1,399 Chinese Yuan i.e. around Rs 16,000. Talking about the specification, the Realme V11s 5G has a dual SIM slot. This smartphone works on Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0. It has a 6.5-inch display, 5000mAh battery and MediaTek Dimensity 810 processor. Apart from this, dual rear camera setup will be available in the smartphone. It has a primary 13MP primary sensor and a second 2MP lens. While a lens has been given for selfie. 

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Coal crisis: The number of power stations with less than four days of coal reserves has come down to 61

Coal crisis: The number of power stations with less than four days of coal reserves has come down to 61

New Delhi: The coal situation in thermal power plants is moving towards normalcy and the number of coal plants located away from 'non-pit head' mines with less than four days of coal (extremely critical storage condition) has come down. . According to government data, the number of plants with coal reserves in less than four days fell to 61 on Sunday from 70 a week ago.

According to the latest data from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), the number of non-pit head projects with coal less than four days was 61 on October 17, 70 on October 10 and 64 on October 3. In view of the fuel shortage in thermal power plants in the country, the improvement in the position of coal reserves is important. The CEA monitors the status of coal reserves of 135 thermal power plants with a total generation capacity of over 1,65,000 MW. 

The data also showed that the number of power plants with zero coal reserves has come down to 16, from 17 a week ago. The number of plants with a day's coal reserves stood at 25 on October 17, while it was 26 on October 10. Experts believe that with the onset of winter and heavy rains in many parts of the country this weekend, the demand for electricity has come down. He said the situation would improve further with the government's efforts to increase the supply of coal to power plants. 

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