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OPPO F7’s new colour variant in India

The phone runs "Color OS" 5.0 and runs 80 per cent faster than its predecessor F5, the company claimed

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Chinese smartphone maker OPPO on Monday launched a diamond black colour variant of the F7 that comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage for Rs 26,990.

OPPO F7 is the company’s first device to feature FHD+ “Full Screen” display with AI beauty technology and 25MP front camera.

The device is equipped to perform faster and better with 6GB RAM and is an upgrade over the recently launched OPPO F7, the company said in a statement.

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The phone will be releases in new color variants.

The sale of the smartphone begins from April 21 on Flipkart, Amazon, PayTM and all OPPO retail stores across India.

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The device features a 25MP front camera with real-time High Dynamic Range (HDR) sensor and sports 6.23-inch FHD+ screen gives a much more colourful, vivid and immersive visual experience. The phone runs “Color OS” 5.0 and runs 80 per cent faster than its predecessor F5, the company claimed. IANS

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‘Repost’ Feature Is Not Being Planned: Intsagram

The Facebook-owned company has also debated previously the merits of adding a native "Regramming" feature and so far, the company has appeared to be firmly against it.

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Instagram makes it easier to verify authenticity of accounts. Pixabay

Instagram has denied testing any native “Regramming” feature that could allow its one billion users to instantly repost someone else’s post to their own account, the media reported.

“Despite giving a ‘no comment’ when the report on ‘Regramming’ was initially published, Instagram now says that the feature is ‘not happening’, not being built and not being tested,” 9To5Mac reported late on Sunday.

A “Regram” is a hashtag that you use when you repost something that you saw on someone else’s Instagram, onto your Instagram account.

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Since the “Regramming” feature could make native reposting any content on Instagram as their own instantly, many users worry that it could ruin the photo-messaging app secuity wise. Pixabay

Based on two screenshots obtained by The Verge, a report earlier this week suggested that Instagram is testing a feature called “seamless sharing” that would come with a new “share to feed” option.

Currently, users are only allowed to share either public “Stories” from open accounts or “Stories” where they are mentioned on their own accounts and this gives creators and business-runners who monetise their content on the photo-messaging app the control to monitor who is sharing their work on the platform.

Since the “Regramming” feature could make native reposting any content on Instagram as their own instantly, many users worry that it could ruin the photo-messaging app secuity wise, with creators focusing on the issue of their content “going viral”, the report added.

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Instagram has also rolled out a plethora of new features to the app in recent times. Pixabay

The screenshots that The Verge claimed to have acquired displayed the “re-shared posts” appearing in the feed underneath the username and photo of the user who shared it.

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The Facebook-owned company has also debated previously the merits of adding a native “Regramming” feature and so far, the company has appeared to be firmly against it. (IANS)

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