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By-Mukul Gogna

New Delhi: LeEco, Chinese smartphone has been breaking all records of selling. The third flash sale of this phone ended in just nine seconds yesterday. Here you can know more about this phone.

LeEco 1s

Rs 10999

Kudos! Latest Technology just got pocket-friendly. LeEco 1s offers such amazing and breathtaking features that everyone would surely love to buy it.

Decent Camera, powerful processor, 4G support and what not. LeEco 1s comes up with all the features that one admires to have in their smartphones.

Coming on the look and feel, LeEco comes up with premium design and material. Its body is almost metallic having two plastic strips running along the top and bottom of the rear. The Front face is super smooth, the black glass surrounding the screen makes it even more mesmerizing.

Below, Le Eco 1s has three basic android navigation buttons which light up on tapping it. On the bottom of it, it has the Type-C USB port which has comparatively much faster transfer rate than current USB ports.

Having a decent grip, it comes up a 5.5-inch screen, handset weighing 169g doesn’t seem that heavy to use.

Talking about specifications, the phone has not so common yet much powerful MediaTek Helio X10 processor. This is 8 core choked at up to 2.2GHz.

And yes it has superb 3GB RAM and 32GB non-expandable storage. The 5.5-inch screen has a resolution of 1080×1920.

13-megapixel rear camera and the 5-megapixel front camera captures quality images. Even in low light, it satisfies user’s demands but not up to mark.

Sealed in 3000mAh battery

Bluetooth, WiFi, 4G and GPS all are supported in this handset. But unfortunately, does not support FM radio.

This phone is a Dual SIM phone with 4G supported on both the SIM cards.

It runs on Android 5.0.2 with LeEco’s eUI skin. Its eUI is different from others as all the shortcuts and quick settings have been shifted to app switcher screen, which is a new feature and can be a bit difficult to adapt for all the users.

In case you get uncomfortable with the screen size, the company does not provide you with one handed mode which shrinks the screen display size.

Performance, which not every company provides even after guaranteeing for it. The software though seems unfinished but even after gaming and running other heavy applications, the handset doesn’t gets much heated up.

All in all, you can go for it as it provides all latest features under the 10,999 range smartphones. The handset gives a premium look and will surely enhance your personality.(Image-gadgethouse.com)

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Diesel Exhaust Converted Into Ink by Indian Innovators To Battle Air Pollution

Supervised by young engineers, workers at the start-up company Chakr Innovation in New Delhi cut and weld sheets of metal to make devices that will capture black plumes of smoke from diesel generators and convert it into ink.

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Supervised by young engineers, workers at the start-up company Chakr Innovation in New Delhi cut and weld sheets of metal to make devices that will capture black plumes of smoke from diesel generators and convert it into ink.

In a cabin, young engineers pore over drawings and hunch over computers as they explore more applications of the technology that they hope will aid progress in cleaning up the Indian capital’s toxic air – among the world’s dirtiest.

While the millions of cars that ply Delhi’s streets are usually blamed for the city’s deadly air pollution, another big culprit is the massive diesel generators used by industries and buildings to light up homes and offices during outages when power from the grid switches off – a frequent occurrence in summer. Installed in backyards and basements, they stay away from the public eye.

“Although vehicular emissions are the show stoppers, they are the ones which get the media attention, the silent polluters are the diesel generators,” says Arpit Dhupar, one of the three engineers who co-founded the start up.

The idea that this polluting smoke needs attention struck Dhupar three years ago as he sipped a glass of sugarcane juice at a roadside vendor and saw a wall blackened with the fumes of a diesel generator he was using.

It jolted him into joining with two others who co-founded the start-up to find a solution. Dhupar had experienced first hand the deadly impact of this pollution as he developed respiratory problems growing up in Delhi.

An Indian girls holds a banner during a protest against air pollution in New Delhi, India, Nov. 6, 2016.
An Indian girls holds a banner during a protest against air pollution in New Delhi, India, Nov. 6, 2016.

A new business

As the city’s dirty air becomes a serious health hazard for many citizens, it has turned into both a calling and a business opportunity for entrepreneurs looking at ways to improve air quality.

According to estimates, vehicles contribute 22 percent of the deadly PM 2.5 emissions in Delhi, while the share of diesel generators is about 15 percent. These emissions settle deep into the lungs, causing a host of respiratory problems.

After over two years of research and development, Chakr has begun selling devices to tap the diesel exhaust. They have been installed in 50 places, include public sector and private companies.

The technology involves cooling the exhaust in a “heat exchanger” where the tiny soot particles come together. These are then funneled into another chamber that captures 70 to 90 percent of the particulate matter. The carbon is isolated and converted into ink.

Among their first clients was one of the city’s top law firms, Jyoti Sagar Associates, which is housed in a building in Delhi’s business hub Gurgaon.

Making a contribution to minimizing the carbon footprint is a subject that is close to Sagar’s heart – his 32-year-old daughter has long suffered from the harmful effects of Delhi’s toxic air.

Motorists drive surrounded by smog, in New Delhi, India, Nov. 8, 2017.
Motorists drive surrounded by smog, in New Delhi, India, Nov. 8, 2017.

“This appealed to us straightaway, the technology is very impactful but is beautifully simple,” says Sagar. Since it could be retrofitted, it did not disrupt the day-to-day activities at the buzzing office. “Let’s be responsible. Let’s at least not leave behind a larger footprint of carbon. And if we can afford to control it, why not, it’s good for all,” he says.

At Chakr Innovation, cups, diaries and paper bags printed with the ink made from the exhaust serve as constant reminders of the amount of carbon emissions that would have escaped into the atmosphere.

There has been a lot of focus on improving Delhi’s air by reducing vehicular pollution and making more stringent norms for manufacturers, but the same has not happened for diesel generators. Although there are efforts to penalize businesses that dirty the atmosphere, this often prompts them to find ways to get around the norms.

Also Read: Exposure to Traffic-Related Pollution Poses Threat of Asthma in Kids

Tushar Mathur who joined the start up after working for ten years in the corporate sector feels converting smoke into ink is a viable solution. “Here is a technology which is completely sustainable, a win-win between businesses and environment,” says Mathur. (VOA)