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  • CAMON X with clear Selfie is on Air!

     The Global premier mobile phone brand TECNO under TRANSSION manufacturing PLC officially announced that TECNO CAMON X with a clear selfie camera smartphone has been officially launched todayAugust 23/2018.

    TECNO also teamed up with world's premier internet company Google, to launch a range of smartphones on Android™ Oreo™ System (Go edition) at its 2018 Global Spring launch which was took place at the prestigious Eko Hotel and suite, Victoria Island Lagos on April 06/2018 .

    CAMON X with clear Selfie with Live FACE unlock

    The CAMON X debuts a 20MP + 16MP front and rear cameras with an increased image definition of 30% over that of the CAMON CX to ensure that images are clear and sharp. It dons a 6-inch FHD screen with industry leading 18:9 full view screen, 32GB ROM, 3GB RAM and superfast face recognition technology(featured by FACE ID unlock).

    With a dual ISP image processor, the device can process actions a lot faster as both processors work synchronously together compared to the previous generations of the CAMON. Dark state and noise reduction on the CAMON X has been upgraded by 20% with the memory colour function so as to ensure natural colour reduction while balancing the colour so it can be more pleasant for users to capture incredibly stunning pictures. With portrait background, thebackground virtualization function of both CAMON X produce strikingly beautiful selfies with little interference from the background.

     Smartphone photography is the newest trend and several start-up businesses depend on the proficiency of their mobile phone camera to grow their businesses. Thus, the latest CAMON duos are designed to deliver unimaginable precision and appeal to the consumers.

    Compared with the previous generation products, both in speed and power consumption has been significantly improved by leveraging. TECNO CAMON X come to market with high performance and power efficient  and  longer battery life with fantastic photo and video capture experience, and that’s  shows TECNO CAMON X  do best combining high-end features with affordability.

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  • Delivering insulin in a pill Technique could replace daily injections for diabetics

     

    Now, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed an oral delivery method that could dramatically transform the way in which diabetics keep their blood sugar levels in check.

    Not only does oral delivery of insulin promise to improve the quality of life for up to 40 million people with type 1 diabetes worldwide, it could also mitigate many of the disease's life-threatening side effects that result from patients failing to give themselves required injections.

    The research was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

    Insulin therapy, by injection just under the skin or delivered by an insulin pump, generally keeps the glucose levels of most diabetics in check. "But many people fail to adhere to that regimen due to pain, phobia of needles, and the interference with normal activities," said senior author Samir Mitragotri, Hiller Professor of Bioengineering and Hansjorg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering at SEAS. "The consequences of the resulting poor glycemic control can lead to serious health complications."

    Finding a way to deliver insulin orally has been elusive; the protein does not fare well when it encounters the stomach's acidic environment and it is poorly absorbed out of the intestine. The key to the new approach is to carry insulin in an ionic liquid comprised of choline and geranic acid that is then put inside a capsule with an acid-resistant enteric coating. The formulation is biocompatible, easy to manufacture, and can be stored for up to two months at room temperature without degrading, which is longer than some injectable insulin products currently on the market.

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