The Oppo F5, which was launched in India earlier this month, came in two variant – one with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage and one with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. At the time of launch, only the base variant had gone on sale in the country at Rs 19,990. Now, users have the choice to go for the higher 6GB variant as well as it goes on sale on Flipkart priced at Rs 24,990 in Black and Gold colours.There are some Flipkart offers that can be claimed when buying the Oppo F5 as well, such as three months of free Hotstar subscription, 10 per cent off on Fashion purchase for first time mobile buyers, extra 5 per cent off on Axis Bank Buzz Credit Card, and up to Rs 20,000 off on exchange. You can head over to Flipkart’s page for more details.The new 6GB variant aside, the Oppo F5 highlights an edge-to-edge display, a 20-megapixel selfie camera with an AI-powered beautification mode and Android Nougat with Color OS, among other things. The handset sports a 6-inch full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek MT6763T processor and houses a 3200mAh battery.One of the major highlights of the Oppo F5 is its AI-infused 20-megapixel selfie camera, which the company says can recognise any background light in the frame and adjust image settings accordingly. The front camera can also take bokeh shots much like the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The rear sees a 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.8 aperture and LED flash.advertisementAlso Read: Oppo F5 Youth Edition goes official with 16MP front camera, 6-inch bezel-less displaySeparately, Oppo also announced the F5 Youth Edition in the Philippines, which is essentially a variant of the F5 only with stripped down cameras and memory. It is priced cheaper at PHP 13,990 (approx. Rs 18,000 compared to the F5. The Youth Edition sports a 16-megapixel front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture and a 13-megapixel sensor on the back with f/2.2 aperture and LED flash. It is offered with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Everything else is similar to the F5.
Danielle RochetteAPTN NewsManawan Chief Jean-Rock Ottawa proudly displays a small medallion of Saky-Anne Petiquay, who drowned in September 2016.The eight-year-old girl may still be alive if the community had an ambulance according to Ottawa.“If there had been the presence of the paramedics, this girl would have had the same chances of survival if we had the resources in the community,” Ottawa testified Monday at the Quebec inquiry into the province’s treatment of Indigenous people.The community has been fighting to get those services for over 20 years.Manawan, with its 2,500 members, is only accessible by a logging road and is located 80 kilometres north of Saint-Michel des Saints.For Ottawa it’s simple – Manawan is a victim of discrimination.“The Atikamekw in Manawan are clearly discriminated against by Québec government authorities, particularly with regard to pre-hospital emergency services,” he said. “The Atikamekw Council of Manawan is convinced that now the discriminatory situation of the ambulance service for the members of our community results in an inequality that can be qualified as systemic racism.”[email protected]