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Motorola One Fusion+ mid-range phone tipped to launch in a few weeks

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For the past years, Motorola has been known for flooding the market with mid-tier handsets, be it from its older G and E families or from its slightly newer Motorola One line. It hasn’t launched a flagship-worthy premium phone in a long time, something that may finally change with the expected announcement of the Motorola Edge+ tomorrow. That won’t stop it from launching more mid-range phones, though, and at least two may be following shortly.

The Motorola One, the first of which is pictured above, started out as a couple of handsets that the company seemed to have earmarked to bear Google’s Android One flavor. In practice, Motorola seemed to have trouble keeping up with the fast-paced release of updates and that characteristic became pretty much irrelevant in future models. The line then simply become Motorola’s “mass premium” selection, of which the rumored Motorola One Fusion and One Fusion+ are expected to be.

91mobiles got hold of some details about one of these two, specifically the Motorola One Fusion+, codenamed Liberty. It will run on a Snapdragon 675, which leaves out the possibility of 5G support. 4 or 6 GB of RAM is expected as well as 64 or 128 GB of storage.

From the rest of the specs, the phone will be pretty basic. So basic that it won’t even have an NFC radio, a common component even in mid-range phones these days. The 12 megapixel main camera is just as basic. The site doesn’t specify if the Android 10 it will launch with is an Android One edition but it is expected to be updated to Android 11 when the latter comes out.

Motorola’s Nokia-like strategy of throwing everything on a wall to see what sticks hasn’t exactly been working wonders for the company so far. It has tried to reinvent and prove itself to be hip by launching the new Motorola Razr with a foldable screen but that only generated interest for a short while. The Motorola Edge and Edge+ might be better bets but, should those fail, it seems that it will fall back on what it does best, flooding the market with mid-range phones.

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Here’s How You Can Create Your Own Ebook In Microsoft Word

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After the last page of your main content, you should add an “About the Author” page. This is where you include fun things about yourself, your career highlights, and even other eBooks you’ve written in the past. It’s also a good idea to mention your social media links and website, so your readers can find you online easily.

When writing your author content, Rocket Expansion suggests using a tone that matches your brand. It could be witty, formal, fun, or anything else that reflects your eBook topic and previous work. For instance, if you’re writing about the stock market, you should use a formal tone. If you’re a fiction writer, use a witty and fun tone instead.

You might also want to add a picture to your author page. To do that in Microsoft Word, here are the steps to follow (via Microsoft):

  1. Click on your author page.
  2. Go to the Insert tab.
  3. In the Illustrations section, select Pictures > This Device.
  4. Locate the photo you want to add.
  5. Select Insert.
  6. Resize the photo how you want by dragging the corners.
  7. Crop and style the photo using the styles available in the “Picture Styles” section.
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24% Of Apple Fans Think This Is The Best New Feature Of The MacOS Ventura

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With more than 25.08% of the votes, a slim majority of our poll respondents chose the newfound ability to generate live captions within a FaceTime call as their favorite macOS Ventura feature. For those unaware, this feature automatically generates captions and transcribes them on screen — making it easy for everyone to follow the conversation. The feature seems to be a hot favorite among Apple users despite the fact that it is still in Beta and that it only supports a limited set of languages.

One of the major feature additions to the Mail app on macOS Ventura is the ability to undo sending an email. With 24.26% of our respondents voting for this as their favorite, it is evident that it’s a welcome feature. However, in the default setting, users will need to click on the “Undo Send” option at the bottom of the sidebar of the Mail app within 10 seconds of sending an email for it to work. Thankfully, users have the option to change this time duration from within Mail settings.

In the third position — with 19.31% of the votes — was the much talked about Continuity Camera feature, which lets Mac users transform their iPhones into a webcam. While the main purpose of the feature was to enhance the video conferencing capabilities of Mac systems using the iPhone’s powerful camera hardware, Continuity Camera was mostly in the news because of a nifty new feature called “Desk Mode.” This mode used the iPhone’s ultra wide-angle camera to show a top-down view of the desk and the users’ faces simultaneously.

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Vietnamese Automaker’s EV Shipment Is Big Competition For The US

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Bloomberg reports that VinFast is exporting 999 electric vehicles to the U.S. market. The electric vehicles were dispatched on Nov. 25, and they’re expected to arrive in California right around Christmas. The specific model that is en route to the U.S. is the VinFast VF 8 — a 402 hp electric SUV with a battery range of 292 miles. This is similar to the VF 32 model that was unveiled last year. With a price tag of about $41,000, the VinFast VF 8 will be competing with the likes of the Volkwagen ID.4, Tesla Model Y, and Hyundai Ioniq 5.

Another model, the VinFast VF 9, is scheduled to be shipped out from Vietnam in January. But unlike the VF 8, the VF 9 model will include a bigger battery to increase the range up to 342 miles after a full charge. Just like the VF 32 model that was unveiled last year, the VF 9 is designed with all-wheel drive dual electric motors to optimize performance. All VinFast electric vehicles that will be sold in the U.S. will have a battery warranty of 125,000 miles or 10 years.

However, the VinFast VF 8 and VF 9 will not qualify for the new tax credit because they’re not assembled in North America. Then again, VinFast is working to solve that problem since it’s building an electric vehicle manufacturing plant in North Carolina. “As soon as we start manufacturing cars in the U.S., our customers will be eligible (for) the tax incentive,” Le Thi Thu Thuy, the CEO of VinFast told Reuters. The Vietnamese company has also received about 65,000 pre-orders from the international market, and 17,000 bookings from the U.S. 

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