The new variant of the ultra slim Vivo V21 5G smartphone will knock today, know from price to specifications

The new variant of the ultra slim Vivo V21 5G smartphone will knock today, know from price to specifications

 Vivo V21 5G smartphone will knock in India today i.e. October 13 at 12 noon. This will be the Neon Spark color variant of Vivo V21 5G smartphone. The phone is already available in Dusk Blue, Sunset Diesel and Artic White color options. The sale of the phone will be from the e-commerce site Flipkart and Vivo's official site. It will be a camera centric smartphone. In whose rear a strong camera of 64MP and front camera of 44MP will be given. 3GB Extended RAM support will be available in the phone. It will be an ultra slim smartphone, which had a thickness of 7.39mm. Vivo V21 5G smartphone will come in Matte Glass design.

Possible Specifications

Vivo V21 5G smartphone will have a 6.44-inch FHD + AMOLED AMOLED display. Its resolution will be 1080x2404 pixels. While its refresh rate can be 90Hz. The phone will get a peak brightness of 500 nits. Vivo V21 5G smartphone will come with MediaTek Helio Dimensity 800U processor support. The phone will work on Android 11 based Funtouch OS 11.1. Triple rear camera setup can be given in Vivo V21 5G. Its main camera will be 64MP. Apart from this, 8MP ultra-wide angle lens and 2MP macro lens will be given. The phone will get a 44MP front camera for selfie and video calling.

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For power backup in Vivo V21 5G smartphone, a 4,000mAh battery can be given in Vivo V21 5G smartphone, which will come with 33W fast charging support. Indisplay fingerprint sensor has been given in the phone.

potential price

Vivo V21 5G smartphone will come in two storage variants. Its 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage option will come for Rs 29,990. The same 8GB RAM and 256GB storage variant will cost Rs 32,990.

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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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