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T3 India June 2018

T3 India. Each issue is packed full of the latest tech news and analysis, gadget reviews, intelligent features and a buying guide.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
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gamechanger

SMART DRIVING A hypercar of this calibre requires an advanced artificial intelligence system and the C-Two has eight cameras, 12 ultrasonic sensors, and two lidar and six radar systems, which provide intervention and active safety as ‘ADAS’ (Advanced Driver-Assistance System) RIMAC C_TWO Don’t pretend you hate flash cars. If Rimac gave you the keys to its futuristic new electric ride you’d be gone in a lot less than 60 seconds. Heralded as the “evolution of the hypercar”, Rimac claims that the C_Two does a walloping 0-186mph in 11.8 seconds, with a max speed of 415kmh. If those numbers are true, Rimac’s newbie will become one of the fastest cars in the world, gaining entry to an elite club occupied by the likes of Hennessey and Bugatti. The C_Two’s performance is aided by an…

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editor’s letter

How many camera sensors would you prefer on a phone? If we go by the recent trend, dual camera setup is the norm but it’s Huawei that’s trying to lead the way by integrating an extra sensor on its latest P20 Pro. Our review on pg 72. There was another major smartphone launch last month. It’s the OnePlus 6 and the phone sports a lot of features that you’d generally find in an expensive flagship phone. It has got a new glass design, faster performance and the amazing fast charging at a price that is really aggressive. Our third part of the drone series gives you a quick rundown if you’re in the market to make our quadcopter (pg 68). As for our set of monthly reviews, we’ve got Fujifilm’s latest camera, Amazon’s display-toting…

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our awards

Only a five-star review earn a product our prestigious Platinum Award We give this only to tech that stands out for stunning aesthetics or a clever build This award, and others like it, are given for exceptional performance in a key feature The winners of our group tests earn this accolade, showing them to be top tier Views and opinions expressed in the magazine are not necessarily those of Next Gen Publishing Pvt Ltd. Next Gen Publishing does not take the responsibility for returning unsolicited material sent without adequate postal stamps for return postage. No part of the magazine may be reproduced in part or full without the prior express written permission of the publisher. All readers are recommended to make their own independent enquiries before sending money, incurring expenses or entering into commitments…

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horizon

ONEPLUS 6 From ₹34,999, oneplus.in It’s that time of the year again when OnePlus comes up with their latest affordable flagship that splits the market in two. As you can see, the OnePlus 6 does indeed come with a notch that has been divisive, to say the least. Fear not though, as you can disguise it by going into the settings. Gone is the aluminium unibody and enters the Gorilla Glass 5 protected glass body but unlike what many had speculated, it doesn’t support wireless charging. The selection of material was a painstaking process that made OnePlus go through over 70 glass prototypes before settling on the one we have now. At least, this does make the colours available at launch i.e Midnight Black, Mirror Black and Silk White look and feel…

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standalone vr

VR needs a jacked-to-the-gills PC or PS4, or a powerful phone ensconced in a headset, right? Not any more. The next generation of headsets uses phone-like screens, processors and sensors all internally. They’re combined with lightness and comfort, VR-specific design, high-end lenses, and an existing library of mobile games and experiences. It stops VR being a heavy-duty accessory, and turns into an experience you can just hop into – with more and more VR video being uploaded to YouTube, it’ll be natural to just pop on a headset to kill a few minutes and go somewhere new. Freedom is a big plus point here, because the full head-tracking WorldSense tech in Lenovo’s Mirage Solo enables you to cavort around your lounge ducking, bobbing and weaving through Daydream-compatible apps, but without the…

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harry styles

THE SUIT Harry Styles’s Givenchy SS18 suit is a dandy’s dream and a great example of tonal dressing. Wear something similar by pairing an ASOS Skinny Blazer in Sage Green (asos.com) with matching ASOS Skinny Trousers. THE SHIRT Harry wears a Givenchy Crepe de chine Mint Shirt (givenchy.com). For an affordable version, try Eton of Sweden’s Mint Contemporary Shirt (harveynichols.com). THE JEWELLERY Statement signet rings are mainstays in Harry’s outfits. We love his silver Rose Ring (thegreatfroglondon.com), and RioFire’s 3 Stone Inlay Turquoise Ring (etsy.com).…

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