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Kogi State Shuts Down MTN Telecom Masts In Parts Of The State

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MTN Subscribers living in some parts of Kogi State would have a hard time getting network access as the Kogi State Internal Revenue Service shut down some masts and accused the telco of tax evasion.

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Kogi State Shuts Down MTN Masts

Officials of the KGIRS officials allegedly broke into two hub sites in Lokoja on Wednesday morning to shut down the power generating sets and seal the sites. Almost 107 sites in Kogi, Edo and the Federal Capital Territory have been affected by that action.

MTN said its regrets the disruption of services to its customers in Kogi and some neighbouring states and remains fully committed to working with the Kogi state government and the relevant regulatory authorities in reaching a timely and lasting solution.

 

Over 70 sites including hub sites across parts of Kogi State have so far been affected by the shutdown and it is feared that it could lead to a total communications blackout in its environs.

Kogi State Internal Revenue Service disclosed that MTN refused to meet its obligation of over N120 million to the state government, but decided to insult them with N250,000.

When MTN sought to respond in respect of this liability of N120 million, it decided to insult the state government by offering N250,000 as full and final settlement as its tax obligation.

“We received the cheque yesterday and we consider that as a serious insult on the people and government of Kogi State.

Millions of Nigerians are already affected by the action by KIRS as it would restrict them from communicating with loved ones as well as keep abreast of happenings around them.

What’s your experience with the MTN Shutdown so far?

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Huawei prepares new processor far more powerful than Kirin 990

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Rumors around Huawei’s next high-end processor are already circulating. It seems that the next SoC will be known as Kirin 1020 and will have a performance increase of 50% vs. Kirin 990 Equipping Mate 30 Pro.

If these If these values ​​are confirmed, we will see a surprising increase in performance across generations. As a comparison, the new Snapdragon 865 is just 20% more powerful than its predecessor.

What is known of the new Kirin 1020

  • 50% more powerful than Kirin 990
  • Developed in 5 nanometer lithography
  • Cortex cores The 77
  • Support to 5G

This performance increase will be due to the use of the new Cortex-A cores 77, which we can also find at Snapdragon 865. In addition, Huawei will use 5-nanometer lithography against Kirin’s 7-nanometer 990.

Huawei Kirin

The smaller the lithography process, the greater the processor power and efficiency. This is because more transistors will be included inside the processor.

Another interesting data is the exclusive support for 5G networks. This means that all smartphones that Huawei will launch with this processor will be ready for new mobile networks, but equally capable of 4G networks.

Huawei is always behind Qualcomm when it comes to mobile phones. to their processors. To get a sense, Kirin 1020 will be Snapdragon’s rival 865, however, Huawei’s SoC will only hit the market in October with the new Mate.

This means that if Huawei does not change this policy, This incredible performance gain could be in vain. By the time he hits the market, many may have opted for another Snapdragon device 865.

Huawei mid-range will also support 5G

The same source gives us a little more insight into the future Kirin 820. This new SoC will be targeted at Huawei intermediate devices and will support 5G networks.

It is also said that the first device to receive it will be the Huawei Nova 7 or 10 X. Templates that are sure to be introduced only next year.

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Oppo Reno 3 Pro will be serious competition for OnePlus 7T Pro! Understand why

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The Oppo Reno 3 Pro mobile phone will be unveiled at the end of December, marking the brand’s latest release at 2019. Oppo’s vice president has been launching some social media specs but thanks to the Weibo Digital Chat Station account they have been revealed.

Oppo Reno 3 Pro Specs

  • 6.5 inch OLED Full HD Screen
  • Refresh Rate 90 Hz
  • Snapdragon Processor 765 G
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Rear Camera: 48 MP 8MP 13 MP 2 MP
  • Internal Storage of 128 GB / 256 GB
  • Battery 4025 mAh with fast charging VOOC 4.0 (30 W)

Looking at these features, we can see that the Oppo Reno 3 Pro will be a heavyweight device. Thanks to its 90 Hz screen, you may well compete with the OnePlus 7T Pro, which also displays the same refresh rate.

In fact, this Oppo Reno 3 Pro equals OnePlus 7T Pro in most of its features from RAM to battery capacity, whose fast charging also exists in OnePlus. The only difference is really the processor.

Having the Snapdragon processor 765 G, the Oppo Reno 3 Pro is ready to use 5G mobile data technology. Regarding Snapdragon 855 , it is still not certain which of the two will be superior.

Oppo Reno 3 Pro should have other versions

Oppo has big plans for its 5G powered equipment to 2020. In addition to the Reno 3 Pro, more “lite” versions with slightly smaller features are expected. One specification is 8 GB or 6 GB RAM.

One of the models may also include a MediaTek processor, the MT model 6885, which is also prepared for 5G. However, the launch window of these models is not yet certain. These minor models will probably be released early 2020.

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