LG recently launched the Q6+ in Italy and the phone could soon come to India. The specs and highlights of the phone are already known but there is a new information now, coming from Mumbai-based retailer Mahesh Telecom.While the Q6 is an online-only device, the retailer has posted an image of the Q6+ that shows that the phone will also be available for offline sale which means potential buyers can now walk up to the physical stores and buy the LG Q6+ smartphone. Now what remains to be known is the price only which could be announced at the India launch of the phone.About the availability, the photo posted by Mahesh Telecom hints that the phone could launch sometime around Ganesh Chaturthi, a Hindu festival that ends on September 5. So there are chances that the phone could debut in the Indian market on September 5 or sometime around. Rumours have it that the phone could launch by August-end or September first week.Specs of LG Q6+LG was rumoured to launch only the Q6 first but the company unveiled a whole new Q6 family of phones including the Q6, Q6+ and Q6a. “Q series offers some of the most sought premium features at a competitive price,” LG spoke at the launch.coming soon #Offline pic.twitter.com/0fjegMUJF1- Mahesh Telecom (@MAHESHTELECOM) August 26, 2017Design-wise, all the three Q6 devices sport similar design to that of LG G6. The new Q6+ can be called as a Q6 with some upgrades in the memory of the phone.advertisementThe smartphone features a 5.5-inch Full Vision 18:9 display with 1080 x 2160 pixel of resolution. The handset runs on the Android 7.1.1. Nougat and powered by Snapdragon 635 processor. Infact all the three phones are powered by the same processor and sport a similar design similar to the G6. Again on the optics front, all the three phones come with 3MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie snapper. All the three smartphones are backed by a 3000mAh battery.Also Read: LG Q6, LG Q6+, and LG Q6a launched: Full specs, availability and everything else to knowThe only difference is the storage size of the three phones. The LG Q6+ comes with 4GB of RAM. LG Q6 has 3GB of RAM. While the LG Q6a houses 2GB of RAM. Similarly, in terms of the internal storage, the LG Q6+ comes with 64GB of internal storage, while the LG Q6 packs 32GB storage, and LG Q6a comes with 16GB of storage.
CRESTON, B.C. – A kayaker is recovering in hospital after he was mauled by a grizzly bear near Creston, B.C., Saturday morning.Insp. Joe Caravetta of the B.C. Conservation Officer Service says the man, who is in his mid-20s, was camping alongside the Kootenay River when he was attacked by the bear.He was transported to hospital and sustained injuries to his head, arms and legs that Caravetta says are non-life threatening “at this point.”The conservation officer service has engaged its predator attack team and four officers are on site assessing the area, securing it and ensuring public safety.Caravetta says the officers will be monitoring the area and are working to determine what prompted the attack.
Some Jacksonville Jaguars Tim Tebow fans have organized a rally Monday in the EverBank Field parking lot at 3:16 p.m. ET to push for the team to sign the free-agent quarterback, who was cut by the New England Patriots a few weeks ago.The event was projected to last three hours and 16 minutes. The planned time of the rally and starting time were encouraged by the Bible verse, John 3:16, which Tebow wrote in black below his eye back in the 2009 BCS championship game.“The Jaguars’ season is really in the tank,” James Stewart, a 56-year-old Jacksonville native and Jaguars fan who is one of the event’s organizers, told ESPN.com: “They don’t have a lot of promise. There’s not a lot to watch. We’re consumers and the Jaguars are a product, and there’s a lot of room for improvement. Tebow we think would be value added if he were to be signed and given an opportunity at quarterback…“It’s the perfect time in our view to do a Tebow experiment. Whether you like him or not, I think everyone would watch. It would be compelling.”More details to come.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 20 Jul 2015 – Western Union, once the most popular money transfer company in the Turks and Caicos is now closed. A notice is posted by Fidelity Bank & Trust International Ltd that the franchise will no longer be carried by their company in The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos and Cayman Islands as of Friday (July 17) past. The board of Directors said they have enjoyed the relationship with Western Union but was pressed to close the doors with the change in economic times and risks. Global reports reveal that cheaper digital money services like Paypal pose too much of a threat on the $9.6 billion dollar company which has seen stocks decrease significantly this month. It was reported in the TC Weekly News in May that the company might be pulling out; again, as of Friday Western Union has closed up shop in the TCI. Related Items:Fidelity Bank & Trust International Ltd, western union Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Paulo Dybala is fired up to enter the record books as the all-time top scorer in the history of the Supercoppa when Juventus confront AC Milan today.La Joya as he is fondly called has a knack of scoring in this occasion having found the net three times in Super Cup clashes.That puts him on a par with Samuel Eto’o of Inter, Alessandro Del Piero and Carlos Tevez of Juventus, as well as Milan hero Andriy Shevchenko.Dybala’s strike helped Juve to a 2-0 victory over Lazio in August 2015, and then netted a double in another meeting with Lazio in August 2017, despite losing the tie 3-2.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….However, the Argentine forward would be looking to go one better when they take on Gattuso’s Milan in Jeddah.Other players who have already found the net twice in the Supercoppa and may likely increase their tally are Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini and Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain.