How to Cast the Quest 2 to your TV or Phone | Meta Quest 2

(upbeat music) – This video is going to show you how you can bring spectators
in on the action, in seconds. (shouting) It's called casting, and it let's you take what you're seeing on your headset and put it on a phone or a compatible TV. And it's easy, like "two
buttons and you're done" easy. All you need is your
headset, the Oculus app on a mobile phone, and
for the best experience, a TV equipped with a
compatible casting device. Yours might have one already built in. First step, it to make sure
your Oculus app is ready. So make sure you have your headset and your mobile phone on
the same wireless network.

And there are two ways to begin casting: From the headset or from the app. Let's see how to do it from
the player's perspective. From the Home menu, click Sharing, select Casting and then choose where you want to send your footage: To a phone or a TV. From the Oculus app, simply
click the Casting button in the top right corner,
and choose your destination. Then, you'll get a confirmation message in your headset – you ready? – Yeah. – [Man] Check this out. – Yeah! – Oh hold up, quarter shot! He's spiking! So that's it, you just made
virtual reality social. See you in VR..

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What If Your Phone Was A Girl? | Angry Prash

music snoring its 6am, wake up, wake up, its 6pm wake up Let me sleep (snoozes alarm) let me sleep 5 minutes later snoring hey!!! its 6am wake up!!! wake up!!! wake up wake up wake up wake uppppppppp wake up supid wake up (music) show me the fastest way to dombivali (in mumbai) turn right wow turn left left! where? is domblivali in the river? three hours later take left and continue on rajasthan national highway how did we reached rajasthan?!!! Take a U turn and continue on pakisthan national highway Hey!!!! i don't want to go pakisthan, i want to go to Dombivali(in mumbai) go down down where? inside the ground? go up I am driving a car, not an aeroplane Approximately 10 hours later… your destination is on the right side i wanted to go dombivali, you got me to Africa! (music) so kids, 150 years ago, world war between Hitler and Osama bin Ladin had occured where a lot of people died (phone rings) shushh! keep quite! quite quite quite!! what is happening in the class?!!! sorry sir are you outta your mind? i said sorry sir! your parents thought this? sir!!!!!! (phone rings) wait a minute, don't interrupt! yes! my phone gives me more knowledge then you i just have to download skillshare app in my phone (phone rings) i told you to wait a minute yes, how much ever you teach here throughout the day we get more knowledge on skill share, sitting at home Stop your rubbish talks No one can give you more knowledge than the school! Aye Stupid, Stupider, Stupidest, 2×1, 2×2=4, 2×3= Stupid, Stupid! Instead of watching your stupid face, i will watch good videos on skilshare app Phone rings! Dance you stupid, dance! (Music) I can't even believe we are talking for continuous 5 hours on phone Don't you feel sleepy? NO! you keep the phone NO! you keep the phone Nahi first you! First you! First you! First you! First you, you, you! (Slaps!) when she is telling you to hang up, hang it up! ***** Do you want to kill me? (Music) Prash! share me the photos that you clicked in diya's party Yes! yes! Doing it now Hey siri! send party folder to my babe Which Babe? Pooja, Archana, Geeta, Aarti or Shanti? How many Babes are there in your life? No one! You are the only one pooja! Pooja? No! No! aarti! no! Archana! Geeta! Shanti! Bhajan! Bell! What are you! Wait I will do your Rituals! Take this sweets! Stop it! Stop It! (Music) Boss message? Prash did you complete yesterdays assignment? Yes i am doing it Boss! 2 minute Boss Yes i am doing it ****! 2 minute ***** Send! I told you boss, not **** Now i already sent it! Boss message! what did you say? Sorry boss! did it was done by mistake Boss! Sorry ****! did it was done by mistake ****! Send! I told you boss, Boss! My phone will get me killed! Boss message,what did you tell me, come to the office tomorrow and take the resignation letter! I am sorry Boss! I am sorry ****! send! (music) what do you want! Autocorrect sir! Autocorrect! who did the invention of Autocorrect? when will you spare me newton? Friend! even I am irritated because of Autocorrect! Day before yesterday i said Nikala Ghosla(nest) instead of Nikola Tesla! He is behind me with an electric wire! See here he comes! Run! I won't spare you! Don't worry! you will get an another job! Shut up! wait i will get you exchanged now from the shop! Sir I want to Exchange this phone! show me a low budget phone yes! yes! sir see it! it is your shop only! hehe, Motu! you didn't die yet? hehe, LG even you didn't die yet! (Both Laughing) Our life is ruined! hi Iphone! Hey! oppya, even today you are wearing similar clothes like me! just the clothes are same! underwear is still a cheap one! Don't tell anyone Shut up! copy cat! sir! did you like anyone? NO No! these one's are talking too much! the corner one silent, show me that! Oh Samson Note! i will bring it now No! No! don't go there, Don't go there! Yeah come! come! (Blast!) Hey! guys if you like the videos like it and i you are new to the channel subscribe it The link of the skillshare application is given in the description if you download from that link first 500 subscribers will get 2 months free trial so go fast and download it! i will meet you in a new video with a new topic, till then bye! (Outro Music)

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BEST HUD SETTINGS FOR 2, 3, AND 4 FINGER CLAW | COD MOBILE TIPS&TRICKS

Soldiers, today we are going to discuss the game settings, and the best heads up display for 2 fingers, 3 fingers, and 4 fingers players. First, let's talk about the ADS setting. As you can see, most of the pro players using hip fire, except for the Sniper Rifles. The reason being that is you can hold the fire button, aim down your target. Once you have the target, just release the fire button and the weapon will fire straight away. This is a pro sniper trick that you should be practicing. Personally, I'm not really a good sniper though. Next, I will show you the basic settings for the battle royale. It's pretty standard, one thing I do want to mention here, is the camera range. It works for the first-person view only the higher the value you set, the further you can see in the game. So if you are an FPP player, you might want to adjust the number of this setting. Another interesting setting is the vest you can choose to hide or show the vest for both you and the others. It is not recommended to hide others vest, however if you like your precious avatar skin, you can choose to hide your vest.

This is a new setting, make sure you don't miss it. Now let's move on to the graphic settings it really depends on the device you are using. However, no matter what graphic quality you have I highly recommend maximizing the frame rate, this is essential for any FPS games. Another setting I want to point out here is the real-time shadows. Sometimes it is useful for detecting incoming threats from the sky so please turn it on if you could. Last but not least is the sensitivity setting. Just to be clear, sensitivity is the most important setting in the game.

This is something that you don't want to mess up all the time. Once you have your personal sensitivity set, stick with it and keep practicing until you get, what we called muscle memory. Again, these settings are based on personal preference they really depend on your device, your fingers, and your play style. So feel free to copy my settings, although they might be not working for you. Finally, let's get to the best heads-up display layout. Start with 2 fingers. Like most of the players, I started playing this game with the default layout which is designed for 2 fingers. which is designed for 2 fingers. Once you get familiar with the game, you can re-design the layout, by increasing the size of frequently-used buttons putting them close to each other so that you can access them easily.

You also need to keep ADS on for most of the weapons this will help you aim down quickly. this will help you aim down quickly. It's not bad for casual players like my son, but it has limitations. You can only do one action each time with your right thumb so a lot of fancy moves can not be done with 2 fingers. For example, hit fire, drop shot, and jump shot. To improve your gameplay skills, you will have to evolve to use 3 fingers. Basically, just move the shot buttons into the top left corner of the screen where your index finger is comfortable to reach.

Then use your left index finger to control firing and hip fire you can do it in the opposite way as well if you like to use the right index finger. I was a 3 fingers player for a long time until I got my new phone. In theory, you can do any kind of movements with 3 fingers and you will become a pro player if you can master it. and you will become a pro player if you can master it. Well done soldiers, if you get to this point you are very close to being one of the badasses on the battlefield. you are very close to being one of the badasses on the battlefield. Most of the pro players use 4 fingers claw this is the ultimate goal that every player should be aiming for. By positioning the scope button, crouch button, and jump button in the top right corner of your screen, you can literally do any actions at the same time.

And that includes shooting, aiming, aiming down sight, moving, slide and jump. you can swap the buttons from the top right to left based on your personal preference. This is by far, the best layout I recommend for all players with tons of practice, you can become a master of this game as well. Once you get used to it, you will have the muscle memory. You can then adjust the opacity of all buttons to the minimum j this will give you a better vision on the battlefield.

So what's my current layout? Well, here it is. As some of you might know, I'm using a gaming mobile phone called Red Magic 5S. Like most of the other gaming phones, it comes with two physical air triggers on the top corner which can simulate finger press on the screen. This is really handy for players who came from console games or players new to mobile FPS games. It makes 4 fingers claw much easier and it will boost your gaming experience as well. I'm kind of get used to it now I guess I will stick with the gaming mobile phone for a while. However, since the air triggers can only control two buttons it's not like typical 4 fingers claw. it's not like typical 4 fingers claw. I would call myself a three and a half fingers player. LoL Hope you will find the best control settings for yourself. Let's finish this up with a short gameplay, shall we? You won't believe what happened to me at the end of the game See you in the next mission, peace!

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Pegasus: the spyware technology that threatens democracy

with just a single text it can bypass your phone's security and install spyware that grants complete access to your device it can access every message you've ever sent it can access every message you've ever received it can access every photo every video every email it can turn on your microphone it can turn on the microphone even when you're not using a phone call and just record what you're doing in the room it can turn on your camera it can record what's on your screen it can access your gps it can monitor your location and it can do all of this without you ever knowing the spyware technology that makes this possible is called pegasus pegasus is probably the most advanced piece of spyware ever developed it is effectively the most invasive form of surveillance imaginable any idea that you had that aspects of your life could be kept private and on the mobile phone are wrong so if you are someone who thinks that you're safe because you use whatsapp which is end-to-end encrypted or you use signal it really is meaningless once that pegasus is on your phone pegasus can infect both ios and android while remaining virtually undetectable so one of the ways that pegasus will attack your phone is through what's called a zero-day vulnerability this is a vulnerability that the phone's manufacturer doesn't yet know exists pegasus is the main product of a company called nso group which is an israeli surveillance company so the people who are using this spyware are government clients these will be governments around the world that the nso group have sold a copy of pegasus to a guardian investigation can now reveal widespread abuse of pegasus by nso's government clients the reason this investigation is so extraordinary is that we at the guardian have gained access through forbidden stories to a treasure trove tens of thousands of records the leaked records include the phone numbers of thousands of people who have been selected as potential targets by governments with access to pegasus before we had an inkling that this technology was being used in abusive way but now the doors have been just thrown wide open and we have a much greater insight into the scale of the abuse that has occurred just because a number appears in this list it doesn't mean it was definitely hacked but in some cases we've been able to go and check we've done forensics on the phone that the person was using at the time and in dozens of cases we found traces of either an attempted or a successful pegasus infection what we know about nso group and what they've said for years is that this is a law enforcement tool but i think what our investigations really revealed is the extent to which that is just a complete you know fantasy narrative the implications of this software being used widely are effectively an end to privacy for the people who are targeted by it that has very very serious ramifications for how people who have legitimate secrets which is everyone go about living their lives [Music] the most serious implications of something like pegasus is that it makes it much more unlikely that a dictatorial regime will become a democracy because those were already regimes and systems that were obsessive about trying to monitor their populations so they can control them and prevent them from you know rising up and overthrowing them and this technology exponentially increases your capacity to do that i do believe it poses a greater threat to democracy it's exposing that a lot of these technologies that we think are meant to keep us safer on our phones and even if we're somewhat aware of it that they're really not keeping us safe you

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Eyes Open 1 5.3 Can You Use Your Mobile Phone At School

We can use our mobiles at school, but we can’t take them into the classroom. We can’t use our phones anywhere in school. We can use our phones to surf the Internet, but not to make a call. We can only use them in the school in an emergency. In my school, we can’t use them at all. We can’t use them, but the teachers can. .

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iQOO 9 Pro & iQOO 9 Unboxing And First Impressions⚡Most Advanced Android Flagship Is Here

This time iQOO has launched 3 phones in their number series, and all these phones are next level But before we start with the unboxing make sure to subscribe to the channel iQOO is vivo’s sub-brand and this is the 6th phone in the number series Along with the charging cable, you get a 3.5mm adapter The cable quality is great This is the 120W fast charger that has vivo branding on it This is not shiny and has stripes on it. The glass is edgy which is anti gloss so you won't have any fingerprint marks I really liked the design, and the camera module is bigger We have a curved screen phone after a long time, let's put on the case.

Let's drop it The In-Hand Feel is slightly bigger as it is a flagship phone It is curved on both sides, it is a bit slippery It has a microphone, USB Type C, a sim card tray, and a speaker grill. On the right-hand side, there’s an on/off and a volume rocker button It also has an IR blaster with noise-cancelling microphone This is a metal frame It weighs 212.8gms and as it is a big phone, it’s slightly on the heavier side The top variant comes on SD 8Gen1 I’ll show the differences of these phones on screen I don't know the pricing as of yet but rumors have it that the base variant Might cost around Rs 35-40K The iQOO9 is around Rs 45-50K As I said earlier iQOO is Vivo’s sub-brand, so the servicing of the iQOO phones Can also be done at Vivo I’m setting up my fingerprint and take a look At the area it is covering I just touched it one time and it scanned instantly The area is big enough so you can place your finger and it will scan immediately Generally, the area is limited & you have to try 2-3 times but you don't have to do that on this The display is quite big with 6.78’’ 2K with the latest E5 AMOLED display.

So it has everything that a flagship phone requires. It also has a 120Hz fast refresh rate which is adaptive. So it chooses between 1Hz to 120Hz. It also has 300Hz TSR. And the screen-to-body ratio is more than 92%. The side bezels are very slim. The variant we have is 12GB+256GB Even the iQOO9 which we have is 12GB+256GB The iQOO9 doesn't have a curved screen. So the display is absolutely flagship-level The antutu score is above 985K, nearly touching 1Mn.

And the score is the same in reality and on paper The gaming performance is very smooth. You can play games in the highest settings The 60fps is capped when you play BGMI. It also has an intelligent display chip that Increases the 60fps up to 90fps. So as it adds frames while gaming you can play BGMI at 90fps It also comes with a gamepad which has a backup of 150H The battery is 4700mAh with 120W fast charging It also allows 50W wireless charging which fully charges in 46 mins. I was curious about this phone From the start and when I used it, it did not disappoint. It comes on stereo speakers And the video viewing experience is top-notch.

The quality of the speakers is great But they are not that loud. It supports widevine L1 The connectivity options are top of the line, It supports 14 5G bands I'm impressed with the in-display fingerprint sensor which is ultrasonic. The one thing That should've been there is an IP rating. It has a dual nano sim card slot with a gasket The camera is next level as well. The primary camera is 50MP+50MP+16MP The primary camera has the latest Samsung GN5 sensor The primary sensor also has OIS Along with gimbal stabilization and we tested the stabilization, it was really the best.

The ultrawide has a 150° FOV And the photos are really social media-worthy The skin tones and dynamic range is great as well I was impressed with the camera. Just the portrait mode has slight problems in edge detection other than that, the camera is good Other phones have 150° FOV too but this has a lot of creative modes in it as well. In 8K @24fps, 8K @30fps, 4K @60fps. And you can also shoot videos with the ultrawide camera And as you can see from the videos on screen, the stabilization is great. The 16MP selfie camera Clicks good photos,the skin tones come out really great. For video shooting, it is capped at 1080p These are only my first impressions and not an in-depth review, I did not spend much time I really liked the phone, one of the best flagship phones I have used. Personally Right now this is the best phone of 2022, tell us what you think in the comment section That's all for this video until the next one Keep Trakin and Stay Safe. .

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2.0 – Science behind Rajnikanth ‘s Movie | Mobile Phone Radiation Explained by Dhruv Rathee

Namaskar friends! Robot 2.0 ! Few days ago, I watched the infamous Rajnikanth's and Akshay Kumar's science fiction movie in the theaters. and if you too have watched the movie, you may be wondering the same thing I was, after the movie ended. Is it true what the movie showed? How much truth is there in this movie? I'm not talking about the action scenes in the movie. Nor am I talking about the technology used to make Chitti robot. It is obviously a science fiction movie so all that is fiction. I'm talking about the so called social message in the movie! It is shown in the movie that the radiation emitted from the cell phone towers, has an adverse effect on people as well as on birds. The movie went so far as to say that, the decline in the birds' population in India in the last many years, is because of the radiation emitted from the cell phone towers.

How much truth is there in this? In today's educational video friends, I'll like to tell you about this! Come let's see! In the movie, it is repetitively said that there's radiation coming from the cell phone towers. So what is this radiation actually? It is radio frequency (RF) waves When your phone uses 3G, 4G, or makes calls, It communicates with the cell phone towers through RF waves. Radio frequency waves is a type of electromagnetic waves. To understand this, we have to refer back to our class 12's physics book. If you remember, chapter 8 was electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves are produced by the vibrations of electric field and magnetic field. This is a type of energy propagation. It takes energy from one place to another. It is seen occurring naturally as well as artificially in many places. The best example of electromagnetic waves is light. Light is an EM wave! If you remember the EM spectrum, it is a way to classify various EM waves based on their frequency and wavelength The waves that have the longest wavelength are radio waves, ranging from a few meters to a few kilometers.

Then are the microwaves with wavelength of a few centimeters. Your microwave has microwaves in it. Microwave has Microwaves! If concentrated at a place, they produce heat. Then are the infrared waves which are used in remote controlled TVs. Then is the visible light which you can see all around you. Their wavelength ranges from 350-700 nanometer. Different colours have different wavelengths. Then comes the UV rays. The frequency starts to increase from here. X-rays and gamma rays follow UV rays. The EM waves after the visible light are troublesome. Because their frequency is so high, and their wavelength is so small, they can break chemical bonds inside a molecule. Which is why they are called ionizing radiation. Ionizing radiation is very harmful for humans and animals alike as they can penetrate into our DNA and break their chemical bonds.

Causing mutations in the cells and can eventually lead to cancer. As the frequency of the EM waves increases, they become more dangerous. The radio activity emitted from nuclear material, is the most dangerous. Because the frequency of that radiation and it's power is very high. So now the question arises, whether the EM waves before the visible light, known as non-ionizing radiation, Is this non-ionization radiation harmful for humans and animals? No scientific conclusion has been reached on it yet.

Some research state the effects of being exposed to non-ionizing radiation at high levels for a long amount of time. Other researches state that there are no harmful effect on humans and animals. But scientists and experts agree that non-ionization radiation definitely cannot cause mutation or cancer, using the same mechanisms as ionizing radiations. But is there any other mechanism by which non-ionizing radiations can be harmful for us? It is being researched. The scientists claim that the heat produced by the non-ionizing radiation, like in our microwave, where the heat cooks the food this heat, if concentrated in high powers on human tissues, can cause burns Basically, it has the potential to cause burns if you're exposed to the heat produced by any non-ionizing radiations for prolonged periods Which is why various Government agencies have set radiation limits for cell phones and cell phone towers They do not want the heating effects from non-ionizing radiation to get so much that people suffer burns.

FCC, an US agency, has set a radiation limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram Cell phones should not exceed this limit This limit is way less than the radiation which would result in actual heat production. So, you see it is quite safe. The chances of any long term harmful effects, because of using cell phones is very low. The simple reason for this is, if you take the population of the world as a sample size, you would see the rise in the cell phone usage in the last 20-30 years.

Number of people using cell phones has risen exponentially! But there are no diseases which have seen exponential increase in those years. You can see this chart of worldwide cancer cases between 1990-2016. There is no type of cancer cases which saw an immense increase. Same can be said for any other disease. If using cell phones had resulted in harmful effects, we would have seen it in some disease or other. The best example for this is smoking rates and cases of lung cancer. Here you can see the chart of UK, showing the fall in smoking rates in the last 50 years.

And you can also see that the lung cancer cases have fallen at the same rate This tells us that smoking and lung cancer have a direct relation. You can see this relation all over the world. The countries with high rates of smoking, have high rates of lung cancer too. In china, more than 50% of male population smoke, so the lung cancer rate is very high there. You can see the same relation in Ultraviolet radiation and skin cancer. Australia has the highest rates of skin cancer cases. Because the population there is not well adapted to live in that country. The majority of people living there are of British origins, and are exposed to the large amount of UV rays from sun. Their skin colour has not adapted to live there. The ozone hole is also quite close to Australia, because of which it has even more exposure to UV radiation. It results in Australia having most number skin cancer cases.

Overall, what I mean to say is, you do not have to worry. The chances of radiation from cell phones harming you, are very slim. However if you still want to minimize this radiation, then do not put your cell phone to your ears while talking. Because the closer it is to your body, the more radiation you will be exposed to. Even a little distance would minimize the radiation. I am not promoting cell phone usage. The addiction to smartphones, the mental issues associated with it, you may face those. You should definitely use cell phones only when needed. Nowadays people are addicted to their smartphones, so I would recommend not to over use your cell phones. About the decline in the bird population for the last 20-30 years, what's the reason for it? Ornithologists agree that there are no conclusive scientific evidence stating that cell phone towers are the reason behind the decline.

Which means there are larger forces at play here causing this decline in bird population. The biggest among them is agriculture! Experts believe growth in agriculture, has led to an increase in use of pesticides, which in turn has led to decline in insect population. Since insects are the food for birds, birds cannot feed properly, hence their population is also declining. Agriculture is said to be one of the major reasons. Not only in India, but all over the world, the bird population has started declining. In this graph, you can see the reasons behind this world wide decline of bird population. 'y' axis represents the factors affecting the different species of birds Agriculture, invasive species are the main factors. The other obvious reasons are urbanization, deforestation, climate change, pollution is another important factor here. Which, I feel, specifically in our country is very valid. You can see that nowhere among these threats, cell phone towers are specifically mentioned. So what's shown in the movie is immensely misleading.

The movie shows that the main reason behind the decline in the bird population is the cell phone towers. Which is not the case at all. I felt that the movie had a lot of potential but it missed it's opportunity. Wildlife conservation and bird conservation are very important environmental issues. Not only for our country, but also for the whole world. To put the blame on things like cell phone towers, without any scientific evidence and missing the major points, misleads the audience. The important social message that could have been given out, is wholly missed it isquite unfortunate because they could have dealt with an actual cause like the excessice use of pesticides Instead of blaming cell phone towers in the movie, had they put the blame on pesticides, it would've been scientifically correct, and the audience could have gotten the real message, loud and clear. Not to use excessive pesticides and to promote organic farming. This could have had an actual impact on the falling bird populations. In June 2018 more than 200 scientists from around the world wrote an petition that a specific family of pesticides called neonicotinoids should be banned, because this family of pesticide is adversely affecting the bio diversity and bird population.

Now this has been scientifically proven as well. Many researches have shown direct evidence for it. Such misleading information can have significant dangerous impact on people. Recently in Germany, cases of measles have started cropping up. It is a disease which was completely eradicated from the western European countries. But now the cases are cropping up once more. What is the reason behind this? Rumor mongering and Fear mongering! Rumors had been spread that vaccination is causing mental problems.

Even though there is no scientific evidence backing it. It was a lie that spread among the masses. When they stopped vaccinating their kids, the disease which could have been prevented, resurfaced again. Which is why you can see that measles made a comeback. This type of fear mongering can scam you too. If you search on Google for the impact of cell phone towers your health, or how it increases the risk of cancer, One of the link that comes up on the top searches is of this website. This website tells you how dangerous the radiation from cell phones and microwaves are. If you read the article till the end, they tell you to click at a link if you want to be protected from radiation. When you click on it, you'll see they're selling a pendant to protect one from the radiation. it is priced at 108$ !! These people are making a fool out of people by playing at their fears. Can they ever be justified? As far as the movie is concerned, I do not feel that the movie is watchable.

It is too boring and has no quality content. You do not have to watch it if you were considering to. But this is my opinion, maybe you'll like it. Finally I'll like to say friends, promote scientific thinking, share this video. And if you like my work, then contribute to me on patreon.com/dhruvrathee by becoming a member on patreon, so that I keep making such educational videos.

We shall meet in the next video friends. Thank You!.

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OPPO A96 Review – GREAT Value for Money, but…

About a month ago, Oppo launched the Oppo
a96, and the tagline for this device is “a perfect choice”, signifying that it is a
perfect device… but is it? In this video, we are going through everything
there is to know about this device, and all my observations from the few weeks that I
have been using it for. If you are new to the channel, welcome, and
if you are a returning viewer, welcome back. Be sure to hit the like button on this video,
so more people can see this review and be informed about this device. Alright, that is enough talk. Without further ado, let us get into the video. UNBOXING Starting with the unboxing, the items that
comes in the box are just about everything you would expect.

Once you take out all the packaging and open
the box, the first thing you see is the case that contains the sim ejector tool, the safety
guide booklets and, of course, the silicone phone case. The next thing in the box is the device itself
in its pretty interesting design which we’ll get to in a bit. At the very bottom of the box is where you
get the 33-watt fast charging brick and type-c USB cord.

DESIGN/BUILD QUALITY I have to say that when it comes to its physical
appearance, the importance of a good-looking device was not lost on oppo at all. The oppo a96 comes in a very interesting design. This sunset blue color that I got the device
in has a pretty nice twist to how it handles light with the nice blend of gold and blue
colors on its back, and I was impressed by this design. Away from looks, I was also impressed by how
this device felt in my hands. For a midrange device with a plastic frame
and back, it feels pretty solid. Oppo claims that the material used to design
the a96 is scratch resistant and can handle whatever situation is thrown at it. – If you would like to see me test that out,
leave your comments below and I’ll be doing that on instagram. So, if I get enough comments below to test
out the scratch resistance, we’ll be doing that over on instagram, so follow me @fisayofosudo.

This is what the page should look like. Please don’t follow any other parody accounts. – As for the durability of the device, while
it might not be the most premium material on a smartphone, it does not feel like you
are holding a cheap piece of plastic. I really like the level of attention to detail
that is paid to the build and design of this device to ensure that consumers get a relatively
premium feel on their smartphone without necessarily overspending. Also, I think it is solid enough to withstand
certain levels of impact and drop heights. On the body of the Oppo a96, you get all the
standard features that you would expect. A 3.5mm headphone jack, a microphone, USB
type C charging port, and speaker grills located at the bottom of the device. You also get a front facing speaker on top
of the screen that offers you a dual speaker listening experience and the small punch hole
selfie camera. On the left side, you get the sim tray and
the volume rockers. On the right side, is where the power button
sits and doubles as the fingerprint reader.

At the top of the device, you get another
mic. On the back, you get the dual camera setup
which we’ll get to in a bit, and of course, an LED flashlight, it’s also interesting
to see how the camera bump looks like, it’s of course not too big but it’s not too small
either. As the bow to tie all of these features together,
the Oppo a96 has an IP5X dustproof rating, and an IPX4 water resistant rating.

Couple this with its scratch resistant screen
and durable build, and you have quite the rugged device on your hands. Everything looks pretty well done on this
device, however, I had a couple of instances when my hand covered the bottom facing speakers
as I played games and watched videos on the device. Still, though, design-wise, I think the device
was well-thought out and its a great addition to the already highly competitive market.

DISPLAY The display of the Oppo A96 is an IPS LCD
screen with a maximum refresh rate of 90 hertz and resolution of 1080 by 2412. At 6.59 inches, the screen comes with slim
bezels, a screen to body ratio of 84% and 401 psi density. Considering the level of innovation and tech
that has gone into smartphones in this midrange category, I think that having an LCD screen
here is a bit of a let down. While the viewing and usage experience experience
of the device is not bad, I did feel the difference between using the LCD display of the oppo
a96 compared to other devices with AMOLED displays. Furthermore, I also noticed that the device
does not allow you to stream YouTube content in 4K.

So, no matter the resolution of the video
you are watching, you have it all capped at 1080p. On its own, however, the display is well-optimized
for its LCD screen with how it handles contrast, colors, and everything in between. While we don’t get an AMOLED screen, oppo
does offer pretty decent brightness on this device. Naturally, the oppo A96 is designed to have
a native max brightness of 480 nits, which is pretty bright, but you still get to set
the brightness to be as high as possible, that reportedly extends the brightness to
an even higher 600 nits.

At this level of brightness, you do not have
to worry much about not being able to use your phone in direct sunlight. After watching a couple of videos on this
device, I’d say that it does a decent satisfactory job. But then again, we are in 2022, I think we
definitely should be getting an AMOLED display. PERFORMANCE Let us now look at the performance features
of the oppo a96. On paper, the oppo a96 offers a Qualcomm Snapdragon
680 4G chipset coupled with an Adreno 610 GPU that runs on Android 11 and Oppo’s ColorOS
11.1. it also comes with 8 gigabytes of RAM and
internal storage of either 128 or 256 gigabytes. The unit that was sent to me came with internal
storage of 256 gigabytes.

These are pretty decent numbers for a midrange
device, and also when you compare it to other devices in its price region. While they are not the wildest performance
specs you’ll see today, 8 gigs of RAM is quite a lot of RAM, and it is bound to give
you just about everything you could need in terms of multitasking and high performance. The oppo a96 also comes with an expandable
RAM that draws some power from the internal storage when needed. This is an interesting extra feature to have
if you really intend to push the device to certain extremes. I put the oppo a96 to the test playing games
and running different apps, and the phone held up really well. I was not sure what to expect with gaming
on this device, but I definitely enjoyed playing games, and I never experienced any lag.

All the games ran smoothly through out the
time I played the game. The one area I think suffered a tiny bit was
graphics. For the graphics of the game, they were not
as crystal clear as I would have wanted them to be. When I played call of duty with the device,
it went straight to medium graphics by default. I did try to play at high graphics, and medium
frame rate, and it still performed nicely. When I tried moving to the high frame rate
on COD, the graphics automatically changed to low. That is to say that you can only use the high
frame rate on low graphics with this device. The Oppo A96 doesn’t have to be the fastest
device, but if you are in the market for a device that will give you a satisfactory gaming
experience without having to spend your life savings, the oppo a96 should definitely be
on your list.

As a sidenote, though, I can’t say how constant
heavy usage would affect the performance of this device after a long time. I did notice that the device began to get
a little warm after about an hour of constant heavy usage and gaming. I have to admit, though that I put the device
through a lot of stress, going from one graphic intensive game to the next. Speaking of gaming, the oppo a96 also comes
with a game assistant feature that helps you optimize your gaming experience to the fullest. The feature is useful for both optimizing
the processing power of the device for your games, and ensuring that you have an uninterrupted
gaming session by muting calls if you have the feature turned on, and limiting background
network usage. You can mute notifications and customize different
options for what the game assistant does whenever you are gaming. The assistant is triggered automatically once
you open again. BATTERY & CHARGING The battery capacity of the is device is the
one feature that certainly gave me a huge shock.

The battery on the oppo a96 is a 5000 milli-amp-hour
battery. Generally, 5000 milli-amp-hours is already
a lot of battery, but it is even more shocking how oppo managed to fit that into a device
that is just 6.47 inches tall an 191 grams in weight. In reality, I have to say that this batter
is definitely as big as oppo says it is. The battery of the oppo a96 lasted me more
than a day on a full charge. In fact, it was almost a challenge to kill
its battery. I ran benchmark apps, played games, watched
videos, and even eventually had to leave it playing one YouTube video after the other
at full brightness, while the flashlight was on just to kill the battery.

I don’t know how much of a heavy user you
are, but I do think it is safe to say that you will be comfortable going about without
your charger or worse, a power bank, with the battery performance of the oppo a96. Unless you are always on your phone and using
things like mobile data and hotspot, and running heavy applications, this phone should you
an entire day and even more on a full charge. Maybe you can take your power bank if you’re
going on 2 Days of only the A96’s battery usage. As for charging, oppo says that its 33-watt
superpvooc fast charger that comes in the box should take the device from 0 to 50 percent
in 26 minutes. Well, we did not fail to test it ourselves
and the result was quite interesting. First off after the device died and I plugged
it in, it started up by itself after a few minutes of charging. In the first 10 minutes of charging, the device
went from 0 to 20 percent. I had pretty high hopes for how it would perform,
but it began to slow down after that getting to just 48% after about 30 minutes of charging.

The device finally got to a full charge after
just over an hour of charging with its 33-watt fast charger. Now, while you would expect it to charge faster,
there are are a couple of things to consider. First off, this is a very big battery here,
and for a 33-watt charger, it is a pretty decent charging speed. Furthermore, with the 48 percent that 30 minutes
of charging gives you, you can be confident that it will last you long enough without
dying with average usage. Also, normally charging speed depends on the
current, voltage or power capability and where you are might be different and it may not
always give you the same results like mine every single time so take this as an average. CAMERA Now, for those that are only or mostly concerned
about the cameras on their smartphone I think the oppo a96 does a good job in terms of photography.

The two cameras on the back of this device
are designed to serve two different purposes. The main camera is a 50-megapixel camera,
while the second is a 2-megapixel camera dedicated to the portrait mode of this device. The small hole punch on the top left edge
of the phone screen houses a 16-megapixel camera. In order to access this 50MP setting, you
actually need to go to the More section in the Camera Menu and click on Extra HD. These days, the camera performance of a smartphone
I more than just how many megapixels the brand has squeezed into the small sensors.

Without proper attention to computational
photography and processing, you’ll have a device with a 60-megapixel camera that cannot
produce good photos. Thankfully, this is not the case with the
oppo a96. Despite it being a midrange device, there
is obvious effort in ensuring that the post processing done in-camera produces good-looking
photos. While it may not win an award as the best
in the world, it does a very good job, especially when you compare it to other midrange devices
that I have had the opportunity to test out. First things first, the selfie. I found selfie quality to be very sharp in
good lighting. Good lighting being the operating word. Once it’s bright enough, you should get
consistent results and in dimmer light, you may not retain some of that sharpness but
it’s still sharp.

Now, in comparison to portrait mode on the
selfie side of things, I had no complaints. It would simply blur the background and try
to separate you from it as smoothly as possible, thanks to that extra 2MP camera. The A96 doesn’t necessarily have a macro
mode but If you zoom in a lot, you should get decent magnified shots that can be creative
looking. Taking portrait shots with the rear camera
is nearly perfect, except for a few blur leaks around the subject which you may or may not
be able to tell from afar, however, it’s still a smooth blur effect that it adds to
the videos to separate you from the background You can go from 1X on the back camera up to
2X, 5X and a maximum of 10X.

I did also like how it preserves text, for
instance, here’s me going from 1X all the way to 10X and it can legibly read the font
albeit a digital zoom. You’ll have to appreciate the processing
power on here. I also tested to see if I could explore macro
with the zoom, just like I mentioned earlier. You can go really up close to capture as much
detail and it would come out clearly with an almost natural saturation of color. The device does capture a lot of detail with
its 50MP sensor as well in the clouds, in text and in texture and it’s also quite
true to life which is something you’ll benefit from. For the night shots, I simply compared the
normal shot to the night mode. These two images were shot at the same time. The one on the right side is night mode and
it quite brightens the photo a lot. To a very considerable extent. To some it might just be what they’re looking
for in a night shot but some also want a more natural look.

When it comes to the front video camera, I
found that the same thing applies for pictures and videos. The brighter it is in your environment, the
clearer the shots are and this sample also looked fair. The back camera does deliver the same amount
of quality you’ll get with that sensor. First off, it can only shoot in 1080p and
720p and this 1080p footage on here looked quite good. We tested it on the road, we tested it in
areas with plants and it looked fair, we tested it with metal and just a random structure.

One thing to also note is that you can zoom
from 1X to 10X with video as well, the same way you can with pictures and I really like
that the background blue is consistent and sharp. I guess that’s what you benefit from with
a lens that helps with it. SECURITY As for securing your device, the oppo a96
comes with the standard three options of password or pattern, face unlock, and fingerprint unlock. All of these worked fine and I did not have
any complaints at all. The fingerprint sensor is locked on the side
of the device, directly on the power button. I found the fingerprint unlock quite responsive
than most that I have tried out. Usually, having your fingerprint reader on
the power button is quite the gamble considering how thin the button is, and also with the
many accidental touches that are bound to happen. Those aside, it performed very well. As for the face unlock, it is hard to decide
which was more impressive, its reaction speed or just how quick it is to set up.

It literally took me less than 30 seconds
to set up the face unlock feature. I didn’t want to get my hopes up as a result
of such a quick set up, but the face unlock feature did not fail at any time. CONCLUSION
In conclusion, I believe that the oppo a96 is a good phone. It is not an overpriced device, and still,
some of the features that have gone in here would easily compete with some flagship devices. While the device might have a couple of drawbacks,
it manages to impress in other departments, and I think there is a good balance on both
ends.

One key thing that does it for me here is
the battery life of the device. In fact, based on all you’ve seen, if that’s
a deal maker for you, I’d recommend it based on the battery capability. Let me know your thoughts on the oppo a96,
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HOW TO CONNECT MOBILE PHONE TO TV || SHARE MOBILE PHONE SCREEN ON TV

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AND FRIENDS AFTER SUBSCRIBING, PRESS THE BELL ICON AS WELL TO GET NOTIFIED OF OUR VIDEOS. LET'S GET STARTED SO FRIENDS, FOR CONNECTING MOBILE PHONE WITH TV FIRST OF ALL YOU HAVE TO OPEN SETTINGS ON YOUR TV AFTER OPENING SETTING YOU CAN SEE AN OPTION OF WIRELESS DISPLAY SO FRIENDS, IF YOUR TV DON'T HAS OPTION OF WIRELESS DISPLAY. THEN, DON'T GET SAD, CAUSE IN THIS VIDEO I WILL TELL YOU WITHOUT OPTION OF WIRELESS DISPLAY.

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OnePlus Nord 2 5G Unboxing And First Impressions ⚡ Dimensity 1200, 90Hz AMOLED, 50MP Camera & More

The much awaited OnePlus Nord 2 is here. After a long time OnePlus seems to be back with a Flagship Killer. OnePlus made its name as Flagship Killer & this time we have the OnePlus Nord 2(successor of the OnePlus Nord). When it comes to performance, battery & a lot other things, it’s a huge leap. This is the 1st phone to come with OPPO-OnePlus integrated code based OS. There are many new things in the OnePlus Nord 2 & we’re going to unbox it & give its first impressions. We’ll tell you all about it & I’m really hoping it comes close to the Flagship territory. It comes with a black box with NORD written on it. Box Contents – Upfront you get the phone & there’s Nord’s signature blue colour.

There’s documentation with stickers, red cable membership card, quick start guide & safety information. There’s a sim card tool, a Type C cable in signature red & a 65W Warp Charge fast charger. There’s a good quality case which we’ll put on OnePlus Nord 2 Looks – Should I call it OnePlus Nord 2 or OnePlus 9 Lite because it’s very similar to OnePlus 9. It looks familiar with 2 big sensors on the OnePlus Nord 2. This is Haze Blue color, you get Grey Sierra & Green Wood color options too. In Hand Feel – It feels slightly hefty & is a little on the heavy side, but it’s built very well.

It feels premium, fits well in the hand & it also looks close to a flagship phone. Build Quality – The case is good & bulky but it looks nice with the case [Drop Test] The case is good so it wouldn’t matter even if I drop it harder. It comes with a preinstalled scratch guard , so I’ll take it out. The in hand feel is not the best nor the worst, but feels good & it’ll feel big with small hands. Let’s weigh, I think it’ll be close to 200g. It is 189g! Maybe, I thought it’s heavier because of the heft. And the weight distribution is ok, it’s not bad at all. There’s glass both on the front & back. We aren’t sure of the Gorilla Glass version & the frame is plastic. Ports & Buttons – Below, there’s a speaker grill, a USB Type C port, a microphone & sim card tray. On the left, you get volume rocker(up & down). And the buttons are solid & clicky. There’s a noise cancelling mic on top. On the right, there’s the alert slider with the power button below.

The sim card tray has a dual nano sim card slot & there’s no expandable storage. Let’s start the phone & while you’re enjoying our unboxing, do hit LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Display – It’s a typical OnePlus display with 6.43” Super AMOLED with 90Hz fast refresh rate & HDR10 support. There’s no exact screen-to-body ratio but the top & side bezels are thin & the chin is smaller than average. Specifications – It has MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G SoC which is based on 6Nm fabricated technology. There are 3 variants : 6GB+128GB, 8GB+128GB & we have 12GB+256GB top variant. Good thing, it has UFS 3.1 storage type making good read-write speeds & has LPDDR4X RAM type. Performance – It’s the successor of the OnePlus Nord which had Qualcomm SD 765G SoC. And if I compare it with Dimensity 1200’s AnTuTu Score, the performance has nearly doubled! The AnTuTu Score on this 12+256GB variant is around 6.87L which is a big jump. The AnTuTu Score on SD 765G was around 4L. And Dimensity 1200 clearly has a big jump.

Battery – It has a 4500mAh battery with 65W Warp charging & battery capacity is big compared to 4115mAh on OnePlus Nord. The 4500mAh battery will charge 0-100% in 30 minutes. Overall, a great upgrade in battery & performance. OS UI – It’s my favourite clean OxygenOS & having 90Hz fast refresh makes overall scrolling & animations smoother. But due to the integrated code base, the camera UI is from ColorOS. Being a daily OnePlus user, it looks a little out of place. There are 2-3 things added from ColorOS. In the battery section, you’ll get a high performance mode. Looks like ColorOS is creeping into OxygenUI. The thing missing from ColorOS is the level of customization of AOD, which would’ve a welcome feature. So I’d say it's a mixed bag of OxygenOS. For regular usage there wouldn’t be a problem. Especially, you’ll have fun using it with Dimensity 1200 & UFS 3.1.

You can play games with high-very high & HDR settings. We played for a long time & it was fun & smooth. Camera – The OnePlus Nord had a quad camera setup (48MP+8MP+5MP+2MP). This one has a 50MP+8MP+2MP(triple camera). The 50MP sensor is an IMX766 Sony sensor. On the front, there’s a 32MP selfie sensor. And looking at the photos, the IMX766 sensor works well. But when you move to Ultrawide, it lacks sharpness & results in softer images. Even the selfies’ the colors & dynamic range is good. Let us know what you think in the comments. The 50MP sensor works very well. Surprisingly, the video quality options are downgraded compared to the Nord. With rear camera, you’d be able to take [email protected] which was possible with the OnePlus Nord but with the 32MP front camera in Nord, you were able to shoot [email protected] videos. In the Nord 2 there isn’t any support for 4K, but maybe with updates it’ll be available.

Sensors – All sensors are available, in-display fingerprint sensor & face unlock both work fast & are reliable. Connectivity – It’s excellent as you get 5G with 11 band support which is a benefit of Dimensity processors. You get more band support(11 bands) with dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi Calling, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 & NFC support. We tried testing carrier aggregation but there’s some issue with Dimensity 1200, so I’m not sure if it’s there. Multimedia – It's bright AMOLED screen is great & the viewing angles are also good. You get stereo speakers, one below & another in the ear piece above, which are good & loud.

You’ll get a flagship multimedia experience on the Nord 2. And there is no 3.5mm jack. Features – You get Camera2api support, so you can use GCam, there’s Widevine L1 for HD streaming.

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