Nokia 6.2 may launch alongside Nokia 9 PureView during MWC 2019

first_img2018 was great for HMD Global. In fact, last year can be said as the comeback year of Nokia. In 2018 HMD launched several smartphones and all of them were equally good. In 2019 too HMD is said to have similar plans. The company has announced its MWC event during which it is expected to finally unveil its penta camera phone aka Nokia 9 PureView. Alongside the Nokia 9 PureView new reports now suggest that HMD might also announce Nokia 6.2.Rumours about the Nokia 6.2 have been making rounds on the internet for quite some time now. A report coming from NokiaPowerhouse reveals that the alleged Nokia 6.2 has been certified in Indonesia ahead of the Mobile World Congress launch. The Nokia 6.2 is said to bear a model number TA-1139. To recall, before Indonesia the Nokia 6.2 was certified in Russia.Rumours suggest that the Nokia 6.2 will be the company’s first ever phone to come with a punchhole display which will equip the selfie camera inside it. The smartphone is also expected to sport a big screen that will measure 6.2-inches. Some rumours have also revealed the hardware details of the alleged Nokia phone.On the hardware front, the Nokia 6.2 will come packed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor which will be further paired with 4 gigs of RAM or 6 gigs of RAM. Nokia is expected to launch the phone in two variants. One with 4GB RAM and the other top-end version with 6GB RAM. On the camera front, the Nokia 6.2 will reportedly sport a 16MP Carl Zeiss-branded rear camera while for the audio experience it will use OZO audio.advertisementHMD Global is expected to launch the Nokia 6.2 together with the Nokia 9 PureView at the MWC 2019 in the last week of February. The Nokia 9 PureView, on the other hand, is said to come with five cameras on the rear panel, single on the front, a 5.9-inch QHD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage, Android One software and in-display fingerprint scanner.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M series launch on January 28: 5 reasons you should wait for the M10, M20ALSO READ | Nokia 5, Nokia 3.1 Plus to get Android Pie this week, here’s when your Nokia phone will get updated to PieALSO READ | Nokia 6.2 with 6.2-inch punch hole display, Snapdragon 632 may launch soonlast_img read more

Jamaica Has the Talent to Attract Investment in Animation – Robinson

first_imgState Minister for Science, Technology, Energy, and Mining, Hon. Julian Robinson, has expressed confidence that Jamaica has the talent to attract investment in the animation industry and satisfy the demand for labour.“We know we have the people…we know we can, through our investment promotions, attract the companies here,” he stated.The State Minister was speaking at the opening of the KingstOOn animation conference and film festival on June 20 at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge on the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI).He noted, however, that investment must be made in training and education to ensure that the country has the appropriate skills in sufficient numbers.This type of training, Mr. Robinson said, must begin in secondary schools, to give students the option of developing careers in animation and “provide the opportunity for employment creation and foreign exchange earnings.”Organised by the Government in partnership with the World Bank, the Canadian High Commission, and JAMPRO, the two-day KingstOOn festival seeks to chart the way forward for the country to develop a world-class animation sector and tap into the lucrative global industry, which was valued at US$146 billion at the end of 2012.The event will raise awareness among key stakeholders, entrepreneurs and creators about the emerging opportunities in Jamaica; give visibility to the pool of talented young Jamaicans and regional artists; identify key challenges in the industry, and examine feasible solutions, which will allow Jamaica to be a part of the global network for outsourcing and creative content.Activities got underway yesterday with a conference and exhibition, which attracted scores of creative industry players, policy makers, and students, as well as representatives of top international animation educational institutions and companies.There was a lively panel discussion with participation from the State Minister Robinson, local television production representatives, and players in the international animation arena, such as Ron Saks of Columbus College of Art and Design.The session highlighted and examined the contributions to be made by government, the education and private sectors in the development of the animation industry, as well as the plans that are being put in place to ensure that Jamaica benefits from the dynamic and growing global sector.The forum also explored the issue of the digital divide; the business of animation as it relates to production, distribution, and exploitation of intellectual property; developing a career as an animator; and the challenges facing local animators and production companies.The event concludes today (June 21), with animators pitching their creative ideas to a panel of judges, consisting of renowned local and international animators, with the hope of having their ideas selected development. Awards will also be presented to winners in various categories. By Alphea Saunders, JIS Reporterlast_img read more

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