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Vivo V9 Pro launched in India: Full specs, price and everything you should know

first_imgVivo has launched a new mid-range smartphone in India called the V9 Pro. This is the successor to the V9 which was launched in India back in March this year. The V9 Pro has been launched in the country for an introductory price of Rs 17,990. With the V9 Pro, Vivo will be looking to take on some similar price segment phones from Xiaomi, Motorola, Nokia and Huawei. As far as the design is concerned, the V9 Pro looks a lot like the V9. Both the phones come with a notched display, dual rear camera setup, and a big 6.3-inch screen.Being the Pro version, the V9 Pro technically should have been expensive than the V9, but that’s not the case. The V9 Pro is much cheaper than the V9. To recollect, the V9 Pro was launched in the country with a price tag of Rs 22,990. The lower price is however justifiable considering Vivo has compromised on the camera department of the V9 Pro. On the rear panel, the V9 Pro consists of a 13MP primary camera and 2MP secondary sensor, while on the front the phone includes a 16MP selfie shooter. The V9, in comparison, comes with a 16MP +5MP camera setup on the rear and includes a 24MP sensor on the front. Let’s take a detailed look at the newly launched V9 Pro.Vivo V9 Pro specificationsScreen: The V9 Pro comes with the same screen size as the V9. The phone sports a 6.3-inch FullView Display 2.0 (FHD+) with 19:9 aspect ratio and 90 per cent screen to body ratio which Vivo claims will offer a great multimedia experience to the users.advertisementRAM: 6GB.Storage: The V9 Pro comes packed with a 64GB of internal storage which is expandable up to 256GB.Processor: Interestingly, the V9 Pro is powered by the same hardware setup as its big brother, the V11 Pro. The smartphone packs Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 AIE (artificial intelligence engine) chipset with Adreno 512 GPU and AI Engine inside it.Software: The V9 Pro runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based on Funtouch OS 4.0Rear camera: The V9 Pro comes with a 13MP primary sensor and 2MP secondary sensor paired with several camera modes like AI Bokeh and AI HDR.Front camera: On the front, the V9 Pro comes with a 16MP selfie shooter paired with several camera modes like AI selfie lightning and AI face beauty to enhance the picture quality.ALSO READ: Vivo V9 Pro with 6.3-inch display, Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset launched in India for Rs 17,990Battery: The smartphone comes with a 3260mAh battery. Vivo also claims that the V9 Pro is capable of delivering a long lasting battery life.Vivo V9 Pro special features–The V9 Pro is powered by AI based Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset which Vivo claims can handle multitasking very easily. The same hardware setup was found inside the V11 Pro and it was power house. The same is expected of the V9 Pro. Like the V11 Pro, the Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset will let V9 Pro to handle heavy GPU games smoothly, without any sign of stutters or lags. –The V9 Pro comes with game mode which is also found inside its predecessor, V9. With the game mode, users can overall have a seamless and uninterrupted gaming experience.–The smartphone comes with AI powered cameras on both from and back. The rear camera of the V9 Pro comes with AI based features like AI Bokeh, AI HDR, among others. V9 Pro also comes with the ability to adjust the background blur after the picture has been clicked. While the front camera of the V9 comes packed with several camera modes like AI selfie lightning and AI face beauty to enhance the picture quality and make the selfies blemish free.–The V9 Pro comes with a rear mounted fingerprint sensor which is secure and will be extremely quick at unlocking the phone, Vivo claims.Vivo V9 Pro price and availabilityFor now, the V9 Pro will be available for an introductory price of Rs 17,990 exclusively on Amazon India store. The V9 Pro is currently listed on Amazon India website with the “Notify me” option, on clicking which the online retailer will notify the customer when the phone comes in stock. Vivo is yet to reveal the availability details of the smartphone, but the company has confirmed to India Today Tech that it will go on sale only in October.last_img read more


first_imgIt has been confirmed that Touch Football Australia (TFA) will be designing a new logo over the next 3-4 weeks.However, all referees who have uniforms with the current Touch Football Australia logo will be allowed to continue wearing this uniform at all events, both local and national.Before the new logo is introduced and sold, TFA Merchandise staff would like to sell all of the uniforms containing the current logo we have now. So we are selling all shirts, shorts, skirts, tracksuits and bags at a slightly reduced cost. This is a great opportunity for referees or associations who are not fussed if their gear has the new logo or the logo as it is now. The uniforms are still brand new as usual.Anyone who is interested in grabbing referees gear with the current logo on it, at a reduced price, can do so by using the following order form: SALE ON REFEREES GEARlast_img read more

2009 WA Junior State Champs

first_imgThe 2009 Be Active Junior State Champs will be held at Lightning Park, Noranda, WA, from Friday 20 February to Sunday 22 February 2009.Over 25 teams will compete in 5 divisions, including 10’s, 12’s and 15’s Mixed, as well as 18’s Boys and Girls. The 15’s Boys final will also be played on Sunday, with Northern Districts taking on Tompkins Park.67 games will be played over the course of the championships, with teams from Fremantle, Tompkins Park, Peel Districts, Brighton, Northern Districts, Goldfields, Southern Districts and Perth Brothers all competing. The first games will be played on Friday at 6pm, with round games to continue on Saturday and Sunday. Finals will commence at 10.40am on Sunday, with the 12’s Mixed final, followed by the 15’s Mixed and 15’s Boys at 11.20am, the 18’s Girls at 12.10pm and the 18’s Boys at 1pm. The Under 10’s presentation will be held at 11am, with the 12’s at 11.30am and the 15’s and 18’s at the conclusion of the 18’s Boys final.For further information, visit the Junior State Champs website: read more