Umesh Yadav : Indian pacers have got their rhythm back

first_imgAdvertisement zjijwNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1plt98Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8c( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 90auWould you ever consider trying this?😱jkCan your students do this? 🌚3hcmhmRoller skating! Powered by Firework According to the star fast bowler of India Umesh Yadav, the situation of Indian pacers have been completely changed at this moment. Umesh told that previously the fast bowlers were used just to roughen the ball which would help the spinners. Even we saw spinners opening the innings with new ball.Advertisement Things are not at the same level as of now. The Indian pacers are getting the desired respect because of their performance in recent days. When he was asked whether the pitch helped them to get back into track, he replied that there should be a good contest between bat and ball through the whole day in the test match.Umesh has been left out of the squad various times throughout his career. At that time, he doesn’t like to be with the people with negative mindset. The star Indian fast bowler is still hoping to make a return in white ball cricket. In red ball cricket he has established his position well.Advertisement Umesh Yadav has sounded very much hopeful about his comeback in the shorter version of cricket. Bhuvi, Shami and Kuldeep Yadav have been recalled by the team management in white ball cricket. Umesh thinks that he will also be called if he can prove himself in domestic level.Cricket: Indian cricketing fraternity unites to mourn the death of Abdul QadirAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Tennis roundup: Roddick powers U.S. past Czechs

first_imgAndy Roddick beat Tomas Berdych, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-6 (4), on Sunday to give the United States a victory over the host Czech Republic and a place in the Davis Cup quarterfinals. The United States won the series 4-1 and will next play Spain on hard courts in Winston-Salem, N.C. It will be a rematch of the 2004 final in Seville, when the Spanish hosts beat the Americans on clay. Berdych, ranked No. 12 and his country’s biggest star at 21, maintained the pressure and Roddick was the first to crack. In the seventh game, the Czech hit a couple of baseline winners and sealed the game with a subtle drop ball. It was all he needed to win the opener. WTA tour Nadia Petrova came back from a set down to beat Lucie Safarova, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, and win the Open Gaz de France in Paris for her seventh career title. Safarova saved three match points, but Petrova clinched the win when the Czech’s powerful forehand bounced out. Sybille Bammer saved three match points to beat Argentine Gisela Dulko, 7-5 3-6 7-5, at the Pattaya Women’s Open in Bangkok, Thailand for her first WTA title. The sixth-seeded Dulko had a chance to win the match but began to unravel and committed a series of unforced errors in the deciding set, which opened the door for the unseeded Bammer to win. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We saw today why Andy Roddick is the fourth-best player in the world,” Czech coach Jaroslav Navratil said. In the concluding match, which had no bearing on the outcome, Bob Bryan defeated Lukas Dlouhy, 7-6 (5), 6-4. The United States leads all nations with 31 Davis Cup titles. But the Americans are looking to end their longest Davis Cup drought, which dates to 1995. “It is a statistic I don’t like,” the 24-year-old Roddick said. “Especially considering I have been on the team for my seventh year now.” The Roddick-Berdych match featured two tall players wielding big serves. center_img Roddick is 8-0 in Davis Cup matches with victory on the line. With an overpowering serve and solid baseline game on the slow clay court, the fourth-ranked American overcame a partisan crowd and one of the game’s rising stars. The Americans had not won a Davis Cup World Group series on clay in a decade, but Roddick broke the streak when Berdych netted a return of serve in the fourth-set tiebreaker. last_img read more


first_imgIT WAS a Letterkenny AC 1, 2, 3 at the Scoil Mhuire Ramelton 5k last night.All the results are below:  Scoil Mhuire Ramelton 5k 2015PlaceBibNameSexAGClubTime1.52Ivan tonermSMletterkenny  A C15:422.115Gerard Mc GranaghanmSMLetterkenny A C16:593.109Darren PricemSMLetterkenny A C17:104.83kevin loguemJMcranford A.C.17:175.22Barry CoylemSMFamily Ramelton School17:206.157Ben GeorgemM40Letterkenny A C17:457.58sinead peopleswSWletterkenny  A C17:498.95LEROY BOYCEmSMINDIVIDUAL17:569.132john whoriskymSMindividual18:0710.169P.j. 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Ramelton School48:33166.40Shane CurranmSMFRS49:12167.39Siobhan CoylewSWFRS49:27168.12Chris CurranmM40Family Ramelton School49:27169.160Enda CarrmM4049:31170.159Bridghin CarrwW4050:04171.30Liz ClawsonwWalkIndividual51:25172.31Ann TolandwWalkIndividual51:25173.28Ann PattersonwWalkIndividual54:03174.198mary diverwSWindividual54:04SCOIL MHUIRE RAMELTON 5K RESULTS was last modified: June 10th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Why is Thibaut Courtois not playing for Real Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup?

first_imgThibaut Courtois joined Real Madrid for £35m from Chelsea last week.But he will have to wait to make his debut for the La Liga giants. 🏧👥 | STARTING LINE-UPTake a look at our starting 1⃣1⃣ for the UEFA #SuperCup! ATLEEEEEEEEEEEEETI! 🔴⚪🔴#RealMadridAtleti #AúpaAtleti— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) August 15, 2018 Why can’t Thibauit Courtois play in the Super Cup for Real?Spanish radio station Cadena COPE had reported that the Belgian had simply not been registered with UEFA to play in the competition, so cannot play against his former team Atletico.This means he should make his official debut for the club in Sunday’s La Liga opener against Getafe at the Bernabeu.Courtois had trained with his real team-mates on Tuesday night but will play no part of the Super Cup clash against neighbours Atletico in Estonia.When is the Super Cup final?The Super Cup – which pits the winner of the Champions League (Real)  vs the winner of the Europa League (Atletico) takes place tonight – Wednesday, August 15.Kick off is at 8pm.The match will take place at the 15,000 capacity A Le Coq Arena in Estonia.The arena opened in 2001 and had hosted the 2012 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.It will be the fifth all-Spanish Super Cup and the fourth in the last five years.Real have won the Super Cup in the last two seasons.What channel can you watch it on?You can watch this one on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD.Coverage starts at 7.30pm, whilst you can also stream on your tablet, laptop or mobile using the BT Sport app.What are the confirmed teams? Thibaut Courtois signed for Real for £35m last week center_img 📝 Once inicial para la Supercopa de Europa. #RMSuperCup— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) August 15, 2018 1last_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny athlete Ivan Toner showed why he is in superb form with an amazing run of 15.46 to win this evening’s Termon GAA’s 5K.Ivan Toner, winner of the Termon 5K.More than 350 walkers and runners took part in the event to raise much needed funds for the local GAA club.Earlier this week Toner won the Manor 5K and he has consistently turned in top three performances in recent months. The following is a list of the runners and their times. Well done to all who took part.Place Number Name Time Category Club1 49 Ivan Toner 00:15:46 SM Letterkenny A C2 114 Pauric Breslin 00:16:24 SM Letterkenny A C 3 73 Barry Meehan 00:16:47 SM Letterkenny A C4 43 Natasha Adams 00:16:50 SW Lifford A C5 81 Kevin Ferry 00:16:51 M40 Letterkenny A C6 104 Gareth Kerrigan 00:17:03 SM Milford AC7 82 Raymond Birch 00:17:08 SM Letterkenny A C 8 52 Noel Diver 00:17:25 SM Rosses A.C.9 83 Liam Murray 00:17:32 SM Individual10 84 Brian Ferry 00:17:33 SM Letterkenny A C11 57 Ciaran O’Donnell 00:17:38 M40 Letterkenny A C 12 1 Peter Murray 00:17:39 JM St Peters AC Lurgan13 69 Aidan McKenna 00:17:44 M40 Letterkenny A C14 181 Hugh Gallagher 00:17:46 Sm 24/7 Triathlon15 44 Darren Price 00:17:46 SM Letterkenny A C16 74 Mark Hunter 00:17:51 SM 24/7 Triathlon17 88 Pádraig Friel 00:18:05 SM Letterkenny A C18 38 Nial Barry 00:18:06 SM Letterkenny A C19 112 Gearoid McGeehan 00:18:14 SM Individual20 172 Dermot McElchar 00:18:15 SM Individual21 243 Barry Coyle 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Meehan 00:25:33 SM Letterkenny A C164 161 John Burke 00:25:34 M40 Individual165 18 Amanda Quinn 00:25:37 SW Individual166 102 Elieen Toye 00:25:39 SW Individual167 97 Tiernán Boyle 00:25:43 JM Individual168 31 Bridie Duffy 00:25:44 W40 Individual169 204 Angela Doran 00:25:51 W40 Individual170 159 Anne Doherty 00:25:33 W50 Individual171 140 Serena McCormick 00:25:53 SW Individual172 5 Gerry Burke 00:25:57 M50 Individual173 164 Maureen Doherty 00:26:02 W40 Individual174 222 Noeleen Doogan 00:26:08 W40 Individual175 128 Cathy Harvey 00:26:09 W40 Individual176 130 Mary Bonnar 00:26:10 W50 Individual177 37 Paul Gallagher 00:26:11 M40 Individual178 211 Breda Canning 00:26:12 SW Individual179 213 Louise Roddy 00:26:23 SW 24/7 Triathlon180 138 Annette Coyle 00:26:36 W50 Finn Valley A C181 110 Miriam O’Donnell 00:26:48 W40 Finn Valley A C182 142 Denis Sheridan 00:26:49 M50 Milford AC183 269 Fintan Sheehy 00:26:56 family Individual184 270 Cormac Sheehy 00:26:56 family Individual185 121 Sinéad Boyce 00:27:00 SW Finn Valley A C186 152 Shona Maloney 00:27:08 W40 24/7 Triathlon187 127 Stephanie Dunleary 00:27:11 W40 Individual188 107 Sean Douglas 00:27:14 SM Individual189 170 Siobhan Houstan 00:27:17 SW Finn Valley A C190 177 Denise McBride 00:27:18 SW 24/7 Triathlon191 118 Bróna Tinney 00:27:33 JW Termon192 87 Conor Casey 00:27:47 JM Individual193 11 Sadie Toye 00:27:48 W40 Individual194 233 Eoghan McElwaine 00:27:51 JM Individual195 35 Mary Gallagher 00:27:52 W40 Individual196 212 Catherine Doherty 00:28:05 W40 Individual197 153 Andrea Doherty 00:28:05 SW Individual198 115 Anne Doherty 00:28:15 W60 Milford AC199 22 Claire Nelis 00:28:38 SW Individual200 6 Rosaleen Gallagher 00:28:40 W40 Individual201 228 Katriona McDaid 00:28:41 SW Individual202 234 Megan Baxter 00:28:42 SW Individual203 342 Mattie Trearty 00:28:56 family Individual204 120 Pauline Dowds 00:29:00 SW Finn Valley A C205 24 Edel Druce 00:29:48 W40 Individual206 30 Tara Moore 00:29:49 SW Creeslough207 185 Annette 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Individual251 316 Oran McGettigan 00:38:31 family Individual252 206 Maria O’Donnell 00:38:33 Sw Individual253 207 Rose Canning 00:38:33 W50 Individual254 311 Edel McGettigan 00:38:36 family Individual255 330 Orla Corry 00:38:40 family Individual256 336 Liam Bonnar 00:38:40 family Individual257 334 Cathy Bonnar 00:39:15 family Individual258 339 Chloe Callaghan 00:39:15 family Individual259 341 Michael Trearty 00:39:34 family Individual260 272 Conor McFadden 00:39:49 family Individual261 332 Adam Corry 00:39:50 family Individual262 247 Steven McDaid 00:39:51 JM Individual263 252 Noreen Pinder 00:39:52 family Individual264 251 Frank Pinder 00:39:57 family Individual265 253 Mairead Pinder 00:39:58 family Individual266 255 Frankie Pinder 00:39:59 family Individual267 238 Majella O’Connor 00:40:00 W40 IndividualTONER TURNS IN SUPERB RUN TO WIN TERMON 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: July 3rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share 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Uganda Cranes defender signs for Albanian side

first_img Tags: AFCON 2019Don Boscogodfrey walusimbigor mahiaKF VllazniaSC VillatopUganda Cranes Walusimbi (Right) has been without a club since January. (PHOTO/Courtesy)After a while on the sidelines, Uganda Cranes left back Godfrey Walusimbi has finally found a club.Walusimbi who last played club football last year is understood to have secured a move to Albanian side KF Vllaznia.He has a signed a one-year employment contract and will feature for Vllaznia in the 2019/20 season.His move was confirmed by the Albanian side via their official website.“As promised by members of the technical staff, KF Vllaznia has made it a reality to hire another player.., read part of the statement on the club website.“It is left-back defender Walusimbi Godfrey. The player has signed a one-year contract and is expected to arrive in Shkodra within this week, as soon as he is granted an entry visa to Albania.”Jaja Walu like he is commonly know in Uganda, last played for South African giants Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) before terminating his contract after refusal to go out on loan.He was the Cranes first-choice left back at the Africa Cup of Nations 2019 in Egypt, featuring in all four games including the round of 16 loss to Senegal.Walusimbi started out at SC Villa for whom he featured from 2006 to 2010.He then moved to Vipers SC (formerly Bunamwaya FC) where he played three seasons from 2010 to 2013.Walusimbi then secured a big money move to DR Congo’s CS Don Bosco. At Don Bosco, he barely lasted a year and after negotiations, his contract was terminated.Walusimbi then returned to Uganda and re-joined SC Villa on a short-term deal, featuring for them in the first half of the 2013/14 season.After just months at Villa, Walusimbi moved to Gor Mahia where he played from 2014 to 2018, winning three Kenya Premier League titles.Upon expiration of his deal, he then secured a lucrative deal and signed a three-year deal with Kaizer Chiefs where he lasted just under six months.Walusimbi is a full Uganda Cranes international having played 105 matches and scoring three goals.Comments last_img read more

2010: over 1.6m ticket bookings

first_img2 April 2009Over 1.6-million ticket applications from 205 countries were made for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in the first round of sales, with locals counting for 30% of applications, and most overseas interest coming from the US followed by the UK, Germany, Italy and Australia.Fifa announced on Wednesday that it received 1 635 136 applications from fans across 205 countries since tickets went on sale on 20 February.Although there were some complaints from local fans about the difficulties in getting their applications in, the world football governing body said the first phase had gone well.“This impressive total underlines the extraordinary level of interest all over the globe,” said 2010 World Cup Local Organising Committee (LOC) chief executive Danny Jordaan.South African residents made around 30% of the 1.6-million requests for seats.Overseas interestOf the 70% from the rest of the world, most came from the United States followed by Britain, Germany, Italy and Australia. According to Fifa, the international price starts at US$80 for a seat at a group-stage match.The most popular requests on the 64-match programme were for the opening game on 11 June and the final on 11 July. Both will be played at the Soccer City stadium to the south of Johannesburg, which is being upgraded to hold 94 700 spectators.In price terms, the most popular tickets were the category 3 tickets or second-cheapest tickets. The cheapest category four tickets are reserved for South African residents.“It is very pleasing to see the huge global interest in the first African Fifa World Cup,” said Jordaan.Ticket drawSince the first sales phase was on a random-selection, draw basis, applicants will only be told if they were successful after the draw on 15 April.According to the LOC, applicants will be informed, either via email or SMS, by the end of this month at the latest, letting them know whether their application was successful or not.In total, around three million purchasable tickets are available for the tournament, which is being held next year for the first time on the African continent.Further ticket salesThe second of five ticket sales begins on 4 May, during when tickets will then be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and Jordaan urged South Africans to get their tickets as soon as the second phase ticket sale began.“We want to encourage even more South Africans and Africans to apply for their World Cup tickets during the next sales phase, so they do not miss out on this unique once-in-a-lifetime experience,” he said.In phase three, all applications will be considered, and if the demand exceeds availability a random draw will take place. Allocations in phase four will happen on a first come, first served basis, while the last phase will see ticket transactions taking place at the point of sale.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Sale of Kashmir apples picks up pace, Diwali may boost it further

first_imgThe export of Kashmir’s famed apples is finally picking up pace, with growers from the volatile Anantnag area in south Kashmir topping the list of beneficiaries of the government-introduced Market Intervention Scheme (MIS) this year. About 4.46 lakh metric tonnes of apples, around 25% of the total produce, have already been transported outside the State despite the uncertain situation on the ground. All eyes are now on Diwali for a further hike in the sales.According to the figures of the State’s Horticulture Planning and Marketing Department, the MIS centre at Batengo in Anantnag has been able to export 70,178 boxes (worth ₹456.50 lakh) of apples, followed by the Sopore pick-up centre at 3,721 boxes (worth ₹22.14 lakh) and Srinagar at 2,510 boxes (worth ₹18.9 lakh) till October 9. However, the militancy-dominated district of Shopian witnessed the export of just 2,381 boxes worth ₹10.13 lakh. The MIS was introduced by the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd (NAFED) in a rare move to help the farmers in distress due to the lockdown and communication blockade imposed in Kashmir on August 5 after the Centre’s move to revoke J&K’s special status. The scheme has been able to pick up apples worth ₹5 crore so far.“The MIS was introduced to provide an option to the growers. It was able to make the market competitive. There was no compulsion to sell the fruit under the MIS only. We are expecting more farmers to come forward after the revision of prices,” Horticulture Planning and Marketing Department director G.M. Dar told The Hindu.Price revisionUnder the MIS scheme, there was a price revision and hike of ₹8 to 10 per kg for all the varieties of apples. “The new prices were offered after making the Delhi mandi as a baseline. This attempt is also a move to provide the farmers an option to come up with quality grading against good prices,” said Mr. Dar.The government is also asking the farmers to prepare high-quality boxes for upcoming festival of Diwali. “The box will be offered at ₹70 per kg. All eyes are on Diwali. Over 75% apple crop is still in the Valley. The market is likely is see an upward trend. Exports are picking up,” said Mr. Dar.Nazeer Ahmad, a farmer in Shopian, said his crop was sold out in June itself when buyers from Delhi visited the Valley. “I decided to sell only to traditional buyers and not the MIS as it will keep the back-and-forth linkages, established over decades, intact,” he said.last_img read more

Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2: Brain goes against brawn

first_imgSince the last few weeks, Samsung has been going gaga over its brand new Galaxy M series smartphones. The company has been stressing highly that the new Galaxy M series is designed for millennials, while indirectly, it’s Samsung’s deadly weapon against the arsenal of various smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi, Honor, Motorola, Asus and even Nokia. The Galaxy M20 is the most expensive model in the M series for now. Starting at Rs 10,990, the Galaxy M20 goes up against popular offerings from Nokia, Asus and Xiaomi.The top-end variant of the Galaxy M20 costs Rs 12,990, which is similar to the entry-level variant of the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2. The Max Pro M2 came out late last year and has proven to be the smartphone of choice for power users under Rs 15,000. The Max Pro M2 is the only smartphone in its category to offer Gorilla Glass 6 protection. Equipped with a Snapdragon 660 chip and a stock Android interface, the Max Pro M2 is easily one of the best affordable smartphones you can buy right now.Therefore, if you have Rs 12,990 to spare on a smartphone, which one would you prefer? I took both the Galaxy M20 and Max Pro M2 out for a spin for a few days and here’s how they compared.Design and build — Samsung impresses highlyThe sub-Rs 15,000 category now demands companies to offer attractive designs inspired from flagship smartphones. Samsung goes for the trend with the Galaxy M20 with a vertically stacked dual rear camera setup and an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner on the glossy plastic body. The plastic unibody design makes the M20 look smooth and elegant with lesser lines of separation. The M20 offers a 3.5mm headphone jack, a single loudspeaker and a USB-C port. Wait, what?advertisementA USB-C port on a budget Samsung smartphone? The Galaxy M20 has broken Samsung’s norm of reserving modern features only for flagships. Wonder what else is modern? The display. The Galaxy M20 sports a modern narrow-bezel display with a water drop notch on top. This is one of the first Samsung phones to feature a notch. Samsung has also reduced the chin drastically, which is appreciable for a smartphone with an LCD display. The ZenFone Max Pro M2, on the other hand, grabs eyeballs with Asus’ trademark reflective gradient on the plastic rear panel. In fact, it’s difficult not to get distracted the when the phone is kept flat on its face. The vertically-aligned dual camera module resembles a triple camera setup, which also adds to the looks. Asus’ cost-cutting measure is evident elsewhere a micro USB port on a 2019 midrange smartphone feels archaic. Also, the front of the phone features a notched display with a thick chin and big bathtub notch. With Gorilla Glass 6, the display should hold up well against scratches and damage when its dropped. However, our review unit sustained some scratchesboth on the display as well as the rear panel, when I was using it as my daily driver hence, get a screen guard and a case.Out of the two, the Galaxy M20 easily feels more modern with its minimalist approach to styling and a narrow-bezel display. However, the Max Pro M2 is a better bet for show-offs. My money would go for the Galaxy M20, considering my preference for understated designs.Display — both are equally goodI will make it short both the Galaxy M20 and Max Pro M2 look equally good in their own ways. The 6.3-inch TFT display on the Galaxy M20 renders vibrant colours with high contrasts that resembles Samsung’s AMOLED panels from other premium Samsung phones. The waterdrop notch and the narrow chin makes for an uninterrupted viewing experience, especially while streaming YouTube videos.The ZenFone Max Pro M2 has chunkier bezels, but the IPS LCD panel renders equally vibrant colours with similarly high contrasts. The bigger notch and chin make the phone a bit bulkier, even as it sports an equally big 6.3-inch display. However, I felt the Max Pro M2’s touch sensitivity is a tad better than that of the Galaxy M20’s display.Performance — You can’t beat muscle with smartnessThe Galaxy M20 debuts Samsung’s new Exynos 7904 chipset. This is an octa-core chip, with the processor consisting of 2 Cortex-A73 cores and 6 Cortex-A53 cores. With a Mali G71-2 GPU, the Galaxy M20 looks like a fairly competent performer. And for the most part, it does. Samsung’s Exynos processors are always well optimised and the Exynos 7904 handles most daily tasks thrown at it with ease. The Mali G71-2 GPU is not meant for gaming, but I was still able to play PUBG MOBILE in low graphics with medium frame rates. However, I wish Samsung offered a louder speaker on the M20.advertisement As for the ZenFone Max Pro M2, the fast and reliable performance doesn’t surprise. The Snapdragon 660, despite being a chip from 2017, can handle regular tasks without even batting an eyelid. The Adreno 512 GPU is very powerful I was able to play PUBG MOBILE in medium settings for longer sessions with absolute ease. The base variant with 3GB RAM may not hold as many apps as the Galaxy M20’s 4GB RAM, but in my daily usage, I never found it to lag or force close apps.Software — Samsung shows stock Android can be beatenThe Galaxy M20 cracks it with the software too. Yes, it runs on an old Android 8.1 Oreo in 2019, but the Samsung Experience 9.5 skin on top is, in my opinion, one of the most polished UI’s in sub-Rs 15,000 smartphones. The layout is spacious while fonts are easy to rear. The entire UI is snappy and unlike previous Samsung phones, the bloat is minimal. I spent an entire week with the phone and never did I felt installing a third-party launcher. Well done Samsung. The Max Pro M2 relies on a stock AOSP launcher based on Android 8.1 Oreo as well. While the stock UI is fast and fluid, it lacks the polish that Samsung packs in the M20’s UI. It feels rough around the edges, especially with disproportionate icons. For power users, this is exceptional as there’s no bloat or nonsensical apps to deal with. But I feel Asus could have used an Android One ROM for a more polished experience. Maybe the Android Pie update could offer a fix.Camera — Samsung knows what Indians wantSamsung has been promoting the wide-angle camera in the Galaxy M20’s marketing efforts. However, the standard 13-megapixel camera impresses more than the wide-angle camera. Especially when you compare it with the Asus phone, the Galaxy M20’s camera comes across as the better one. In daylight, photos are sharp and images exhibit vibrant colours. On occasions, I found the camera oversaturating the colours a little, but I was impressed with the outcome every time so did my friends. Low light performance is decent as the camera suppresses noise to make for useable photos. Sadly, the 8-megapixel selfie camera has some room to be improved.The ZenFone Max Pro M2 has received several camera updates that claim performance improvements. However, our review unit hasn’t received any update so far. Hence, the Max Pro M2’s camera performs similarly to what I wrote in my review two months ago. Daylight photos are good but sharpness is lost up to an extent. As for low light, the camera neither impresses with noise reduction nor with detail retention. The 13-megapixel selfie camera does a good job of retaining details as well as a wide dynamic range.advertisementOne thing’s clear — both these phones still can’t beat the Redmi Note 6 Pro in terms of camera performance.Battery — Goodbye power banks Both the ZenFone Max Pro M2 and Galaxy M20 feature a 5000mAh battery. And both of them can easily last more than an entire day after a full charge. Even with heavy usage, I was able to make it to the end of the day before I was hunting for the charger. The Samsung galaxy M20 does have an advantage though it comes with support for 15W fast charging, which should charge it faster than the Max Pro M2’s battery with its 10W fast charging support.ZenFone Max Pro M2 vs Galaxy M20 — And the winner is…After going through some key parameters, the Samsung Galaxy M20 comes across easily as the better option of the two. Samsung has heard and obliged to the market’s demands a very good display with a tiny notch, big battery with fast charging support and pleasant user experience. The Galaxy M20 has been designed smartly to keep up with India’s demands specifically.The ZenFone Max Pro M2 has its own advantages though the robust performance and a stock Android interface. The Max Pro M2 is for anyone who prioritises raw performance over everything else PUBG lovers on a budget shouldn’t look any further. However, even as a power user, I felt Asus launched an unfinished product and it requires more polishing to make it an unbeatable choice.ALSO READ | Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 review: Fast hardware, crazy good battery helps it compete with Redmi Note 6 ProALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M20 review: Great display, superb battery life make for a good startALSO READ | Asus Zenfone Max M2 quick review: Big screen, big battery, two cameras at a bargainlast_img read more

40 Predictions for 2011 Part II

first_imgPhoto Attribution: Icon SMIIn case you missed it on Tuesday I put out my first ten predictions for the 2011 season including one in which Justin Blackmon doesn’t lead this team in catches (you can kill me in the comments). 11. OSU will finish higher in both the AP and Coaches polls than they start – Yes, they’ve started in the top ten before, but this year feels different. It is different. That ’09 team was dazzling and electric, but this team is nasty. There’s a tangible difference.12. Brandon Weeden will break the completion percentage record he set last year of .669 – Last year he shattered the former record, that had only been raised .1% in the last 22 years, by a staggering 2%. That’s going up again. 70% isn’t unattainable.13. Four guys will top 50 catches this year – Last year only two did (Blackmon and Cooper). This year I think they’ll repeat and you can throw Randle and pick one from Anyiam, Moore, Stewart, and Harrison.14. This year’s team will go for it on fourth down at least 20 times – Last year’s squad went 7-15 in such instances. I just think there’s a trust factor between the coaches and the offense that wasn’t there for the totality of the 2010 season. If the ball is past midfield and it’s not a tight game in the 4th, I don’t see Gundy not going for it.15. Jeremy Smith will lead the team in total TDs – I think we’ve already established that I don’t see Blackmon having as big of a year as he did last year (not that anyone should be disappointed with something along the lines of 80 | 1,500 | 14) and I think Smith is going to get a ton of chances to punch it in. I also think he’s one of the five players OSU can least afford to lose. 16. Herschel Sims will rush for more yards this year than Joseph Randle did last year (463) – Monken is going to run it and he’s got a wicked trio of back with which to do it. Sims won’t be as important as Randle was last year, but he’s going to blow people away when he’s in there.17. We won’t see the gray jerseys more than once this year – And I think it’ll be at home against Arizona. 18. Brandon Weeden will be in New York City on December 10 – I know I wrote this summer that OSU should focus its Heisman campaign solely on Blackmon, but the more I think about it the more convinced I am that Weeden is going to have a Heisman-worthy year. 19. Shaun Lewis will lead the team in tackles (but he won’t break 100) – I say that mostly because there’s so much parity at LB. Nobody’s going to pull an Orie and have 133 tackles this year. Lewis is going to be an All-Big 12 player this year though and he’ll have the resume to back it up.20. Mike Gundy will go back-to-back Big 12 coach of the year – It’s one thing to do it from out of nowhere with nobody gunning for you and it’s a completely other to do it with everyone chasing you down. Just ask Bob Stoops.To see the full series of 40 predictions (only 20 of which I’ve published so far) you can go here. To see our series on who’s in the way of #1 go here. And if you’re interested in who I think are the 20 most important people to an OSU title run go here.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more