This 4G smartphone of Redmi with 5000mAh battery is available for just Rs 7,020, know offers and features

This 4G smartphone of Redmi with 5000mAh battery is available for just Rs 7,020, know offers and features

Amazon Great Indian Festival has been offering great deals on smartphones for the past few years. This year too, up to 40 percent off is being offered with the smartphone. If you are looking for an entry-level device, the Redmi 9A has a lot to offer. Redmi 9A is one of the most popular budget smartphones. The 3GB RAM model of Redmi 9A is going on sale for Rs 7,799. However, customers can avail an additional discount of Rs 779 on Citi Bank credit cards, which brings down the price of the smartphone to Rs 7,020. Bank offers are ending today, so you'll need to book early to get this deal.

Specifications of Redmi 9A

Redmi 9A has a 6.3-inch IPS LCD display. Its screen resolution is 720x1600 pixels and pixel density is 269 ppi. The device has a waterdrop notch at the front. Also, the device has a splash-resistant body to protect it from minor splashes. However, the device lacks a fingerprint sensor and USB Type-C port. Redmi 9A is powered by Mediatek's Helio G25 chipset. It is an octa-core chipset clocked at 2Ghz and is paired with PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The device comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via microSD card. The Redmi 9A packs a 5000mAh battery that supports 10W fast charging.

In the camera department, the Redmi 9A packs a 13MP single camera at the back, while the front houses a 5MP shooter for selfies. Redmi 9A can record videos up to 1080p resolution. Xiaomi 9A runs Android 10 with MIUI 12 on top. As far as connectivity is concerned, it supports 4G VoLTE, dual-SIM Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, Micro-USB 2.0 and A-GPS.

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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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