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Photography Contest : Win Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro / Photo Printer!

In collaboration with the National Art Gallery of Malaysia, Xiaomi is sponsoring an online photography contest – Good Things During Bad Times!

Give it a try, and you could win a Mi 10T Pro smartphone, or a Mi Pocket Photo Printer!

 

Photography Contest : Win Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro / Photo Printer!

Xiaomi Malaysia wants Malaysians to appreciate the little things in life through their new Good Things During Bad Times photography contest, in collaboration with the National Art Gallery of Malaysia.

Just capture the positive side of your life during these unprecedented times, and share it with Xiaomi Malaysia and the National Art Gallery!

All you have to do is :

  1. Take an original photo that best reflects the contest theme.
  2. Post the photo on your Instagram Feed, with these hashtags and make sure your Instagram Profile is set to Public :
    #GoodThingsDuringBadTimes #Xiaomi #Mi10TSeries #BalaiSeniNegara #PowerYourCreativity
  3. LIKE and FOLLOW Xiaomi Malaysia’s Instagram account (https://www.instagram.com/xiaomi.malaysia)

The top 25 entries will not only win great prizes, they will be displayed on the National Art Gallery of Malaysia’s website!

 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro / Photo Printer Photography Contest Details!

For those who are interested to participate, here are the details :

Eligibility

The contest is open to any individual who fulfils these criteria :

  • Malaysian citizens aged 13 and above nly
  • Participants can use any camera and mobile phone
  • Participants can only participate by posting a photo on Instagram Feed
  • All submissions must include the official hashtags :
    #GoodThingsDuringBadTimes #Xiaomi #Mi10TSeries #BalaiSeniNegara #PowerYourCreativity
  • Only PUBLIC Instagram accounts will be accepted, PRIVATE Instagram accounts will not be accepted.
  • Participants must LIKE and FOLLOW Xiaomi Malaysia Official Instagram account (https://www.instagram.com/xiaomi.malaysia)
  • Xiaomi staff, dealers (inclusive of Mi Stores, MEPs, Mi Zones and Open Channels) and their staff and relatives, are not entitled to participate.
  • Xiaomi Malaysia reserves the right to verify the eligibility of any participant, and disqualify any participant who do not meet the eligibility criteria.

Contest Period

  • Only submissions made during the contest period, and before the closing deadline, are eligible to participate :
    15 December 2020 (00:00, GMT+8) to 31 December 2020 (23:59, GMT+8).
  • Xiaomi Malaysia reserves the right and absolute discretion to suspend or extend the contest period for any reason at any time, without any liability.

Entry Submissions

  • There is no limit as to how many entries a participant may submit.

Prizes

  • Grand Prizes : 5 x Mi 10T Pro 5G (worth RM1,999)
  • 2nd Prizes : 20 x Mi Pocket Photo Printer (worth RM249)
  • All winners with submissions containing Xiaomi watermark will be entitled to a bonus prize.
  • Xiaomi reserves the right to replace any prizes with items of similar value without prior notice.
  • Prizes are non-refundable, non-transferable, non-exchangeable, and not redeemable for cash.
  • Any prize not claimed within 60 days of notification (starting from when the results are announced) will be forfeited. No alternatives will be offered.
  • Xiaomi Malaysia reserves the right to re-select the winners.

Winner Notification

  • Winners will be announced on Thursday, 6 January 2021, at 12:00 (GMT+8)
  • Winners will be notified and contacted through their Instagram account.
  • Prizes are not transferable nor exchangeable.
  • In the event Xiaomi Malaysia is unable to contact a winner within 3 working days for any reason, the prize for that winner will be forfeited with no alternatives, at the sole discretion of Xiaomi Malaysia.

 

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Fact Check : Heavy Gadget Use Killing Kids With Radiation?

A WhatsApp message about heavy gadget use KILLING kids with radiation has gone viral.

Find out what’s going on, and what the FACTS really are!

 

Claim : Heavy Gadget Use Is Killing Kids With Radiation!

This is the WhatsApp message that has gone viral, and is being furiously shared by alarmed parents.


A very IMPORTANT & SERIOUS message.
Please kindly read till the end with out skipping.

Most of your kids will be attending online classes and addicted to gadgets, please be very careful. I am writing about the current happening.
My very close, best friend’s younger sister son is studying
12th standard a very bright student from his childhood,and only son to my friend’s sister.

His online classes starts daily at 10am so laptop is on by 9am. Due to peer school pressure with the online classes going on, he used to either be on laptop or mobile atleast till 10pm daily, No physical activity at all, no one to play due to COVID-19 fear and being single child,in their family.

On Tuesday 27/10/2020, morning, he was saying he was not feeling well, 2 days prior to that he had mild pain on his left hand. No one took that seriously. On Tuesday, he was saying he doesn’t want to attend on line classes and wanted to be with parents’. Parents were surprised and asked him to take rest. He tried to sleep but was not able to, he asked his father not to go to office. His father asked if we should go to hospital, child said everywhere there is corona which hospital to go, I will be alright after a good sleep. He asked his father to go to work. He said he was very hungry and asked his mother to feed him dosa. He again tried to sleep but could not, then around afternoon, he called his father to come home immediately and take him to hospital. His father came home within 15 min and the son came and hugged him and said take me to hospital.

By the time he started the car, child collapsed. They rushed to a hospital 4 km away and doctor checked for pulse it was not there. They tried CPR and the heart started to function. They took all scans and found the child was brain dead.They tried all medication till Saturday31/10/2020 morning ,and finally decided to remove the ventilator.

He is now no more.
A case of BRAIN DEAD
Pathetic thing is that hospital has handed over the body to police since the child was unconscious when brought to hospital and in his teens. They will hand over the body only after postmortem and corona test. So not sure if they would get it today 31/10/2020, or tomorrow,01/11/2020.

Doctor said this is 05th such case during
The past 20days, Heavy usage of gadgets, radiation has affected the brain and stopped the supply of oxygen.

Use GADGETS sparingly, Avoid earphone/headset to the maximum extent possible.
Humble request to all parents, guardians, please take care of your kids, teenage boys, girls,Ask them to read only hard copy books and no gadgets except for attending classes
I felt this is very useful important message, so Iam forwarding to all my what’s app contacts, relations,well wishers,all near and dear.
A very humble request to all, kindly forward this message to all your
Contacts and there by save Precious “LIFE”

Forwarded as Received

 

Heavy Gadget Use Killing Kids With Radiation : The FACTS!

NO, heavy gadget use is NOT, repeat… NOT killing kids with radiation!

Here are the reasons why this is yet another fake story being circulated on the Internet to spread FUD (Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt).

Reason #1 : No Evidence The Case Even Exists

The story appears to originate in India, and is quite specific that the student died on 31 October 2020.

However, we could not find any reference to any Standard 12 student in India, being taken off the ventilator after being pronounced brain dead in October 2020.

While that does not mean that the case does not exist (India is a HUGE country), there is currently no evidence that this case actually exists.

Photo Credit : Idrees Abbas / SOPA Images / Sipa USA

Reason #2 : No Evidence Gadget Radiation Is Killing Kids

The claim that the doctor said that it was the 5th case during the past 20 cases is preposterous.

If that was true, it would have been major news, and would have been discussed in hospital mortality and morbidity conferences, and certainly covered by the mainstream media.

Yet, there is no mention of gadget radiation killing kids anywhere in the world.

Reason #3 : Radiation Cannot Stop Supply Of Oxygen

When brain death occurs as a result of ischaemia – the lack of oxygen supply to the brain, that is often due to :

  • bleeding in the brain from an AVM, or insult to the brain
  • blood clots blocking blood vessels in the brain
  • cardiac failure reducing blood flow to the brain

While high doses of radiation can cause brain damage, radiation per se cannot stop the supply of oxygen to the brain.

As the student was said to have no pulse on admission to the hospital, his brain death was likely due to a complete lack of blood supply to the brain after heart stopped beating.

Reason #4 : Electronics Have Low Radiation

All electrical devices produce small amounts of electromagnetic radiation. That means everything from your microwave oven to your television, not just laptops and mobile devices.

They all have to comply with the laws regarding electromagnetic radiation. Not because it’s dangerous to us, but because it would interfere with other electronics in your house.

Reason #5 : Electronics Have To Comply With SAR Limits

The US FCC limit for RF radiation from a mobile phone is 1.6 watts per kilogram, while the EU sets a higher limit of 2.0 watts per kilogram. Practically all smartphones have much lower SAR values (head) :

With smartphones emitting significantly lower RF radiation, it is unlikely for them to have any effect, much less kill kids or turn their brains into mush.

Reason #6 : RF Radiation Is Non-Ionising

The type of radiation emitted by electrical devices is radio frequency (RF) radiation, which is a type of non-ionising radiation.

Non-ionising radiation do not have enough energy to knock electrons from an atom, which means it cannot create free radicals that can damage our cells.

In fact, RF radiation has lower energy than visible light and infrared (heat) radiation!

So it would be quite impossible for RF radiation to kill anyone by destroying their brains.

Reason #7 : Earphones + Headphones Reduce Exposure

Earphones and headphones actually reduce your exposure to RF radiation from your smartphone.

That’s because they allow you to listen to calls and music, without putting the smartphone close to your head.

Those who are paranoid about exposing their brains to RF radiation from their smartphones should use earphones or headphones.

 

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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro : Malaysia Price + Specifications!

Here are the price and deals in Malaysia for the Mi 10T Pro – the new Xiaomi flagship smartphone with cutting-edge features, and an “honest price”.

Find out what the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro offers, as well as its price and specifications!

 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro : Now Available In Malaysia!

The Mi 10T Pro continues Xiaomi’s emphasis on ultra-high resolution photography with its 108 MP main camera that boasts OIS and 8K video support.

It is a more affordable variant of the Mi 10 Pro launched earlier today, targeted at a world struggling against COVID-19.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform

Like the Mi 10 Pro, the new Mi 10T Pro is built around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, delivering flagship-class performance with eight Kryo 585 cores, and a Adreno 650 GPU.

Fabricated on the 7 nm process technology, it is also more power-efficient, running cooler and offering a longer battery life.

In the Mi 10T Pro, it is paired with the X55 modem for 5G connectivity. It also supports 5G MultiLink, allowing it to connect simultaneously to 2.4G Wi-Fi, 5G Wi-Fi and mobile data.

Flat Display, Higher Refresh Rate

The new Mi 10T Pro dropped the curved AMOLED display of the Mi 10 Pro, replacing it with a flat display with a higher 144 Hz refresh rate.

It has a lower peak brightness of 650 nits, but maintains its DCI-P3 colour gamut, support for HDR10, and Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

108 MP Camera with 8K Video Recording

The Mi 10T Pro comes with a triple-camera system, which is comprised of :

  • an 108 MP main camera that supports 4-in-1 SuperPixel low-light capability, and 8K video recording,
  • a 13 MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.4 aperture,
  • a 5 MP macro camera with f/2.4 aperture

Larger Battery With 33W Charging

The Mi 10T Pro has a 5,000 mAh battery – 11% larger than the Mi 10 Pro. However, it only supports 33W wired charging, and drops the wireless charging capability.

 

Mi 10T Pro vs Mi 10 Pro : Specifications In Malaysia

In this table, we compare the Mi 10T Pro against the Mi 10 Pro in Malaysia.

Specifications Mi 10T Pro Mi 10 Pro
Display 6.67-inch AdaptiveSync Display
– 1080 x 2400 pixels
– 144 Hz refresh rate
– 1500:1 contrast ratio
– 650 nits max. brightness
– HDR10 certified
6.67-inch AMOLED Display
– 1080 x 2340 pixels
– 90 Hz refresh rate
– 1500:1 contrast ratio
– 1200 nits max. brightness
– HDR10 certified
Protection Gorilla Glass 5 (front + back)
IP Rating None
Operating System MIUI 12 based on Android 10
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
CPU 1 x Kryo 585 Gold core (2.84 GHz)
3 x Kryo 585 Gold cores (2.42 GHz)
4 x Kryo 585 Silver cores (1.8 GHz)
GPU Qualcomm Adreno 650 (600 MHz)
Memory + Storage 8 GB + 128 GB
8 GB + 256 GB
8 GB + 128 GB
8 GB + 256 GB
Storage Expansion NA
Front Camera 20 MP camera (f/2.2)
Rear Cameras 108 MP main camera (f/1.69)
13 MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.4)
5 MP macro camera (f/2.4)
108 MP main camera (f/1.69)
20 MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.4)
12 MP tele (2X) camera (f/2.0)
8 MP tele (10X hybrid) camera (f /2.0)
Connectivity Network : 5G (Sub-6), 4G LTE, 3G
Wi-Fi : Wi-Fi 6 (2.4 / 5 GHz)
Bluetooth : BT5.1
USB : USB Type C 2.0
Infra-Red : IR emitter
Fingerprint Sensor Side-mounted In-Display
Battery 5,000 mAh 4,500 mAh
Charging 33 W wired only 50 W wired
30 W wireless
Dimensions 76.4 mm wide
165.1 mm tall
9.33 mm thick
74.8 mm wide
162.58 mm tall
8.96 mm thick
Weight 218 g 208 g

 

Mi 10T Pro : Price + Availability In Malaysia

Xiaomi is offering the Mi 10T Pro in three colour options – Lunar Silver, Aurora Blue and Cosmic Black, in one variant :

  • 8GB + 256GB : RM1,999 (about US$481 / £371 / A$672 / S$654)

 

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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Smartphone : What You Need To Know!

The Mi 10T Pro is a new Xiaomi flagship smartphone with cutting-edge features, and an “honest price”.

Find out what the Mi 10T Pro offers, as well as its price and specifications!

 

Mi 10T Pro Smartphone : What You Need To Know!

The Mi 10T Pro continues Xiaomi’s emphasis on ultra-high resolution photography with its 108 MP main camera that boasts OIS and 8K video support.

It is a more affordable variant of the Mi 10 Pro launched earlier today, targeted at a world struggling against COVID-19.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform

Like the Mi 10 Pro, the new Mi 10T Pro is built around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, delivering flagship-class performance with eight Kryo 585 cores, and a Adreno 650 GPU.

Fabricated on the 7 nm process technology, it is also more power-efficient, running cooler and offering a longer battery life.

In the Mi 10T Pro, it is paired with the X55 modem for 5G connectivity. It also supports 5G MultiLink, allowing it to connect simultaneously to 2.4G Wi-Fi, 5G Wi-Fi and mobile data.

Flat Display, Higher Refresh Rate

The new Mi 10T Pro dropped the curved AMOLED display of the Mi 10 Pro, replacing it with a flat display with a higher 144 Hz refresh rate.

It has a lower peak brightness of 650 nits, but maintains its DCI-P3 colour gamut, support for HDR10, and Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

108 MP Camera with 8K Video Recording

The Mi 10T Pro comes with a triple-camera system, which is comprised of :

  • an 108 MP main camera that supports 4-in-1 SuperPixel low-light capability, and 8K video recording,
  • a 13 MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.4 aperture,
  • a 5 MP macro camera with f/2.4 aperture

Larger Battery With 33W Charging

The Mi 10T Pro has a 5,000 mAh battery – 11% larger than the Mi 10 Pro. However, it only supports 33W wired charging, and drops the wireless charging capability.

 

Mi 10T Pro vs Mi 10 Pro : Specifications

In this table, we compare the Mi 10T Pro against the Mi 10 Pro.

Specifications Mi 10T Pro Mi 10 Pro
Display 6.67-inch AdaptiveSync Display
– 1080 x 2400 pixels
– 144 Hz refresh rate
– 1500:1 contrast ratio
– 650 nits max. brightness
– HDR10 certified
6.67-inch AMOLED Display
– 1080 x 2340 pixels
– 90 Hz refresh rate
– 1500:1 contrast ratio
– 1200 nits max. brightness
– HDR10 certified
Protection Gorilla Glass 5 (front + back)
IP Rating None
Operating System MIUI 12 based on Android 10
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
CPU 1 x Kryo 585 Gold core (2.84 GHz)
3 x Kryo 585 Gold cores (2.42 GHz)
4 x Kryo 585 Silver cores (1.8 GHz)
GPU Qualcomm Adreno 650 (600 MHz)
Memory + Storage 8 GB + 128 GB
8 GB + 256 GB
8 GB + 128 GB
8 GB + 256 GB
Storage Expansion NA
Front Camera 20 MP camera (f/2.2)
Rear Cameras 108 MP main camera (f/1.69)
13 MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.4)
5 MP macro camera (f/2.4)
108 MP main camera (f/1.69)
20 MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.4)
12 MP tele (2X) camera (f/2.0)
8 MP tele (10X hybrid) camera (f /2.0)
Connectivity Network : 5G (Sub-6), 4G LTE, 3G
Wi-Fi : Wi-Fi 6 (2.4 / 5 GHz)
Bluetooth : BT5.1
USB : USB Type C 2.0
Infra-Red : IR emitter
Fingerprint Sensor Side-mounted In-Display
Battery 5,000 mAh 4,500 mAh
Charging 33 W wired only 50 W wired
30 W wireless
Dimensions 76.4 mm wide
165.1 mm tall
9.33 mm thick
74.8 mm wide
162.58 mm tall
8.96 mm thick
Weight 218 g 208 g

 

Mi 10T Pro : Price + Availability

Xiaomi is offering the Mi 10T Pro in three colour options – Lunar Silver, Aurora Blue and Cosmic Black, in two variants :

  • 8GB + 128GB : €599 (about US$703 / £547 / A$979 / S$958 / RM2916)
  • 8GB + 256GB : €649 (about US$762 / £593 / A$1060 / S$1038 / RM3160 )

 

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