Friday, 11 January 2019

Pakistan on Verge of Discovering Largest Ever Oil & Gas Reserves in History

Reportedly, these reserves will be enough to meet the oil requirements of the next 50 years. As per the details, the US oil and gas giant, ExxonMobil, was expected to begin the drilling today to find the oil and gas reserves in the territorial waters of Pakistan.
The said vessel has been anchored into Pakistan’s aquatic territory to discover the reserves. Moreover, the company will anchor three additional ships to assist the drilling.
Notably, a survey predicted the discovery of large oil and gas reserves in the country. As for ExxonMobil, the company had reentered Pakistan after 27 years in November 2018.
It also acquired a 25 percent stake in offshore drilling in May, last year. Other shareholders in the offshore drilling include previously Italian energy giant Eni, Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL), and Oil and Gas Development Company (OGDC), each holding 33 percent share in the drilling.
The company has also planned to build Pakistan’s third import Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal in partnership with Pakistani consortium Energas.
Currently, Pakistan’s annual oil imports amount to $14 billion. If the country gets to have its large oil and gas reserves, it will alleviate its economy drastically.
Via: TOI

LUMS Faculty Win the $50,000 Facebook Integrity Foundational Research Award

The Lahore University of Management Sciences ( LUMS) has won the highly competitive Facebook Integrity Foundational Research Award worth $50,000 for their proposal, “Understanding the Impact of Digital Literacy on Misinformation in Pakistan” through two profound instructors Dr. Ayesha Ali, Assistant Professor of Economics at Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS), LUMS and Dr. Ihsan Ayyub Qazi, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE)”.
Facebook Research Awards are structured as unrestricted monetary awards that provide funding for innovative and compelling research proposals that have the potential to significantly advance knowledge in areas of mutual interest.
As part of their research, they will study the growing phenomenon of misinformation (or fake news) on social media platforms, such as Facebook and WhatsApp, in Pakistan. In particular, their work will focus on the relationship between digital literacy and the spread of misinformation on social media platforms and evaluate potential solutions for countering misinformation through a randomised control trial. Misinformation is a challenging problem in developing countries where lower levels of literacy and limited exposure of users to technology can exacerbate the negative consequences of misinformation such as polarisation and conflict.
Commenting on the reasons for pursuing research on misinformation, Dr. Ayesha and Dr. Ihsan said, “The negative consequences of misinformation can be both substantial and highly varied ranging from interference in elections, amplifying ideological biases, and putting people in harm’s way (e.g., recent killing of people in India due to fake news on WhatsApp). We believe our research can play a positive role in advancing the understanding of factors associated with the spread of misinformation and some possible ways of countering it”.
Dr. Ayesha and Dr. Ihsan have also been invited by Facebook to attend a workshop in Menlo Park, California in 2019 to share the findings of their research.
Commenting on the research focus at LUMS and its impact on their work, Dr. Ayesha said, “LUMS provides a vibrant environment for carrying out high quality research. It brings together outstanding faculty, talented students, and provides space for interdisciplinary research. The entire ecosystem supports our research and quest to address important challenges facing our rapidly changing world.”

Winning this prestigious Facebook Integrity Foundational Research Award is a big achievement. LUMS is proud of both Dr. Ali and Dr. Qazi and wishes them the best of luck for future endeavours.

Car Sales Grow for the First Time in 12 Years in December 2018

Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association has released the car sales data for the month of December 2018. The auto sales recorded a month-on-month growth in December 2018 for the first time since the last 12 years.
Car sales in December increased to 16,141 units from 15,334 in November 2018.
The increase in sales is against the trend since buyers usually hold their purchases in the last month of the year for a change of model year.
The car sales went up by 1% on a year-on-year in December 2018 as compared to the same month of last year.
Total car sales in the first half fiscal year 2019 increased up to 104,038 units from 103,432 units as compared with the same period last year despite multiple price hikes by assemblers on account of currency depreciation, interest rate hikes and restriction on nonfilers to purchase cars.
The sales number for the first half of the financial year 2019 to 120,066 units, down 3% compared to the corresponding period of the previous year. This also marks the first time in five years where sales declined during the first half of a fiscal year.
According to assemblers, a number of buyers have changed their status to filer from nonfiler during the last six months.

Increased Sales for Pak Suzuki

This improvement is primarily due to higher sales of Pak Suzuki Motor Company, up 38% month-on-month.
However, on the other hand, year-on-year sales were up 2% from 11,448 units in December 2017 to 11,732 units in December 2018.
Higher sales were led by 32% year-on-year and 13% year-on-year increase in Cultus and Ravi sales, respectively.
Suzuki Cultus and WagonR sales grew to 10,757 and 16,081 units from 9,501 and 14,141 units respectively.

Toyota

Indus Motors (INDU) recorded a healthy yearly growth of 16% led by 84% and 10% increase in the sales of Hilux and Corolla. On the other hand, Fortuner sales plunged by 33%.
On a monthly basis, volumetric sales were down 3% while sales went up 8% YoY for the first half 2018-19.

Honda

The fall in year-on-year sales for December 2018 was led by 50% lower BR-V sales and 19% lower sales of City and Civic variants on a year-on-year basis. “Although we expect monthly sales to recover slightly in January, we continue to expect falling volumes year-on-year,’” said the Topline report.

Tractor and Motorcycle Sales

The first half of current fiscal year ended on a negative note for tractor industry. Fiat and Massey Ferguson sold 8,155 and 16,110 units in the first half against 12,061 and 20,154 units in same period last fiscal year.
In the two-wheeler segment, Honda sales fell to 543,894 from 545,018 units while Suzuki and Yamaha’s sales rose to 11,864 and 12,947 from 10,442 and 10,354 units respectively.
United Auto Motorcycle, the second largest bike assembler, also registered a jump in sales to 203,308 from 198,246 units.

Bank Deposits Reach an All-Time High of Rs. 13.3 Trillion in 2018

More money is coming from the public towards banks as the deposits of the banking industry have reached all-time high level by the end of 2018 to stand at Rs. 13.3 trillion in spite of low-profit rates offered by commercial and Islamic banks on saving accounts and products.
According to data updated by State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), the deposits value of the overall industry increased to Rs. 13.35 trillion by end of 2018 as against of Rs. 12.361 trillion recorded by end of 2017, showing an increase of Rs. 992 billion in the outgoing year.
The deposit mobilization of the commercial banks saw a slow down with a drop of 14 percent compared with 2017 in which banks’ deposits grew to 1.158 trillion to reach Rs. 12.36 trillion. This showed banks deposits were lesser of over Rs. 166 billion in 2018 from its previous year.
It is pertinent to mention here the deposit rates have increased over the period with the increase of policy rates announced by the central bank.
The average profit rate on saving accounts and products offered by banks increased gradually with the interest rates to stand over 6 percent in 2018-end. However, banks do deduct service charges and withholding tax on various products that reduces the overall profit rates on the savings and the investments of their depositors.
Interestingly, a significant part of the banks’ deposits contains savings in the current account, which means customers including individuals and corporations do not get profit against their money for various reasons.
Banks encourage their new customers to open a current account or savings account with a very minimal profit rate, according to a study conducted by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). A majority of banks discourage new and existing customers from investing money in profitable instruments such as Term and Fixed Deposits.
Banks avoid offering profitable options to customers because of their increasing cost of managing interest expenses, the study added.

Samsung Announces Notebook 9 Pro With S-Pen

Samsung is bringing several changes to its latest Notebook 9 Pro, with more than just a new design as compared to its predecessor.

Design-Focus

According to a spokesperson, the company took things to the next level this time and conducted a special survey in the US to find out the most desirable and modern design for the latest Notebook 9 Pro. The survey helped Samsung figure out corner radii, profile taper, and an ideal bezel size for the laptop’s body. It is 14mm thick with a weight of 1.28 KG.
It looks premium and well-rounded, its aluminum body has been diamond-cut to have clean edges and super-trimmed bezels so that you get to look at more screen and smaller bezels whether you use it as a laptop or as a tablet computer.

S-Pen

By the way, Samsung is also including a full-size pen this time, instead of an S Pen as seen in the previous version.
If you prefer the latter, you can get a Notebook 9 Pen, instead of a Notebook 9 Pro which according to the company, has design elements much similar to the Galaxy Note 9. And much like before, the S Pen will come tucked inside the laptop’s body.

Specifications and Price

The unit showed off at the CES 2019 had a 13.3-inch display, with super-thin bezels (6.7 mm). It has a resolution of 1080p (FHD).
Other specs include the latest Whiskey Lake Intel Core i7-8565U processor (1.8 GHz base, 4.6 GHz boost clock) with UHD 630 graphics (no Nvidia GPU option).
It will come with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB NVMe SSD storage. More storage and RAM options will be available later on. As for the ports, Notebook 9 Pro has 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, a USB-C and a microSD card slot.
Lastly, Samsung included a 55Wh battery in the laptop, which will manage a battery life of 14 hours on average, according to Samsung.
Being Samsung’s flagship laptop line, it is likely to be priced upwards of at least $1,000.

Bannu University Won’t Grant a Degree Unless Grads Plant a Tree

The University of Science and Technology (UST), Bannu, has introduced a new rule for students.
According to this rule, students will not be awarded their degrees until they plant one tree. The university administration has given instructions to the director academics in this regard. Under the new rule, the clearance form for the degree will bear an additional column pertaining to tree plantation.
The director academics has also issued a notification, underlining the importance of ‘Green Pakistan’ and encouraging the students to participate actively in tree plantation.
It is pertinent to mention here that the government had launched a countrywide campaign called ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ a few months ago. Prime Minister Imran Khan urged people from all sections to make this campaign a success with their participation.
“This campaign is for our future. Everyone has to partake in it,” said the premier. He also resented that not much has been done regarding the beautification of the country. “Pakistan is a gift but unfortunately we haven’t paid attention to its beautification,” he said.
President Dr. Arif Alvi also appealed the public to cooperate in making the campaign successful. He called for all the political parties and chief ministers of all provinces to play their part in the drive launched by the PM to ensure a healthy and hygienic environment for people.
Via: ARY

Private Schools Unwilling to Reduce 20% Fee Despite Supreme Court Order

In a historic decision, the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) had ordered all the private schools across the country to reduce their fees by 20 percent.
The order to decrease fee and return half the fee charged for summer vacations applied to all the upscale schools which charge more than Rs.5000.
But, it has been learnt that several private schools in Rawalpindi and Islamabad are not following the apex court’s orders.
This has not only irked the parents but also angered the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Saqib Nisar who passed the order while hearing the Suo Motu case.
Owners of several private schools in Rawalpindi have refused to reduce the fee until they receive a detailed verdict on the case.
A resident of Rawalpindi, Chaudhary Imran, is one of the thousands suffering parents. Here’s what he had to say about the issue.
My two daughters are enrolled in SLS School in Montessori classes at Zafran Campus. I pay Rs.5500 tuition fees for each of them.
He said the school management has told him they will neither reduce the fee nor will they return any money charged during summer vacations.
“I am being forced by the school management to deposit full fees of my daughters, and the school administration will decide later whether the order of the Court should be obeyed or not,” he said.
He asked the CJP to take action against school management.
Another parent, Hassan from Islamabad came up with a similar story:
“My three children are studying at AIMS School System in Islamabad. The management has been charging full fees from students, which is a clear violation of the apex court’s order.”
Upon contact, the SLS School management said they’d directed their accounts department to prepare for the return of fees, but, are waiting for the detailed verdict.
“We received an interim verdict of Court comprising eight pages and are waiting for issuance of a detailed verdict by SCP,” they said.
The Supreme Court has been informed of several instances in which school management has either mistreated students or parents in the wake of top court’s December order or has slashed staff.
Justice Nisar ordered the Law and Justice Commission to prepare a report of such incidents and present before the bench in the next hearing.
During the hearing, the Private Schools Association President Zofran Elahi told the bench that the f private school owners would bear massive losses if they return one month fee in line with the apex court’s order.
On this, CJP remarked, “Then shut down the schools, I will show how to shut them down. If you wish to close the schools, close them.”
Via: The Nation

Google Has Received 3500 Content Removal Requests from Pakistan

World’s leading search engine, Google, has released its 10-year transparency report which suggests that it received 292 removal requests from Pakistan since 2009. In the first two years, (from January 2009 to December 2010), the search engine did not receive any complaints from Pakistan.
It reveals that from January 2011 to May 2018, it received 292 requests from Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to take down 3,478 items from various Google-owned platforms, most of them YouTube videos.
The search engine began to receive complaints from the mid of 2016, which surged to almost four folds in two years, it reveals.
According to the report, Google got a total of 34 requests for the removal of YouTube videos and a request for the removal of a blog in June 2016.
The search engine received another 38 complaints against YouTube videos and one against a blog and a link in the following year.
The number surged to 187 videos, 5 links, 2 web searches and as many blogs by May 2018.

Not Every Removal Request Entertained
Google also maintains that it only entertained the removal request which matched the standard criteria.
“Some requests may not be specific enough for us to know what the government wanted us to remove (for example, no URL is listed in the request), and others involve allegations of defamation through informal letters from government agencies, rather than court orders,” the report added.
For more details view the Google Transparency Report

PTA’s Chairman Slot Still Undecided

All three members of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) are reportedly lobbying for the lucrative slot of the chairmanship, it has been learned.
The federal cabinet, in the last week of December, approved the appointment of Major Gen (Retd) Amir Azeem Bajwa — former Director General Special Communication Organization (SCO) as Member Technical while Dr. Khawar Saddique Khokhar as Member Compliance.

The previous government of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) had appointed Mohammad Naveed as Member Finance of PTA and he was given the additional charge of chairman at the time.
Sources revealed that a summary was supposed to be moved by the Cabinet Division to the federal cabinet, which met on Thursday, where the names of all three members were to be discussed for the slot of chairman.
However, at the eleventh hour, it was decided to further delay the matter. The summary will now be moved for the upcoming cabinet meeting to be held on Thursday.
As witnessed in the past, Member Technical is usually the chairman of the authority and accordingly the capital is rife with speculations that he may be appointed as chairman this time as well.
However, sources maintained that the wife of one of the members is reportedly the Additional Secretary in the Presidency and is reportedly lobbying for the chairmanship. However, it has also been reported that one of the members has already held meetings in the Prime Minister office.
Sources further revealed info, which was also confirmed by industry sources, that the telecom industry is lobbying for one of the members to be appointed as chairman.
PTA has been functioning on ad hoc basis since more than a year and some important matters including operators’ license renewal and implementation of the telecom policy in letter and spirit is pending.

Sunday, 6 January 2019

One Session of Shisha is Worse Than a Full Pack of Cigarettes: Research

It may come off as bad news for many people. Despite the popular belief, shisha smoking is injurious to health, even more than cigarettes.
You may deem those flavored puffs a sine qua non of friends’ meet-ups, winter nights, or bar-b-que parties. But it is not doing anything good to your health. For those who think Shisha is a lesser evil are sadly mistaken for it is way more harmful than a cigarette.
According to the researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, only one session of shisha smoking is worse than smoking an entire pack of cigarettes.
Furthermore, inhaling sweet-smelling smoke significantly increases the risk of developing diseases like metabolic syndrome, dyslipidemia, and type 2 diabetes. The researchers conducted a study on 10,000 people in Iran. They made up a sample of non-smokers, smokers, ex-smokers, hookah smokers, and cigarette smokers. The findings are published in Diabetology and Metabolic Syndrome.
As per one of the authors of the study, “Obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes and dyslipidemia were positively associated with hookah smoking while negatively associated with cigarette smoking.”
“In contrast with the public belief that hookah eliminates the toxicity of tobacco in comparison with cigarettes, we found that the adverse effects of hookah smoking could be even greater than cigarettes.”
The experts said that currently, there is good evidence that hookah smoking is also harmful. “The risk of hookah smoking with respect to some types of cancer is well established, and the evidence for an association with cardiovascular disease is growing.”
Via: Ladbible

Flop iPhones Cause Apple to Lose $446 Billion in 3 Months

Apple has lost hundreds of billions in just 3 months as the tech conglomerate’s capital stock lost significant value.
The total reduction in market capitalization – that is somewhere around $452 billion – also includes tens of billions of dollars that the company lost just this Thursday.
The stocks fell by 39.1, bringing the market cap as low as $674 billion. According to reports, the total losses are more than the individual value of 496 members of S&P 500 –  including Facebook.
The four remaining members are the only ones with market caps higher than Apple’s recent loss, including companies like Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon, and Berkshire Hathaway.
Apple already issued warning letters to its investors to prepare for its “biggest miss in years”, according to an analyst. The company took criticism from Wall Street, with one analyst saying that Apple’s share decline “raises more questions than answers”.
According to the American company’s CEO, Tim Cook, the loss came after declining sales of iPhone’s in the recent fiscal year, and can also be attributed to China – one of the biggest Apple product markets – and its weakening economy.
To put things into perspective, CNBC compared Apple’s loss to other companies and their financial outlooks. The $446 billion loss is more than three times the size of McDonald’s and more than five times that of Costco.
At present, the company is readily losing its share value. Apple’s stock on Thursday closed at $142.19 per share, at a 10 percent lower rate.

Live Leak Confirms What the Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Look Like

Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked in images several times but it has always been 3D renders or concept images. Now a live (real life) image of the Samsung Galaxy S10 has leaked and you can take a look at what the phone looks like ahead of its launch.
The image come in a leak from a well-known smartphone reporter, Evan Blass, which were posted on his Twitter page. In the image, the phone can be seen with super-trimmed bezels, and the design has been updated as compared to last year’s Galaxy S9 series.
The biggest change is the smartphone’s front camera placement. Unlike before, where Samsung opted for a slim top bezel on the Note 9 and the S9 for the selfie camera, the front camera is being placed in a single hole on the display. The camera is placed near the top right edge of the screen.
As for the earpiece, it has been moved further to the top edge and is very subtle this time.

Variants

While the details are still scarce, we came to know that the Galaxy S10 will be split into different variants. One of the variants is going to be a midranger, much similar to what Apple did with the iPhone XR.
Much like its predecessor, it is also going to have a top-of-the-line version called the Galaxy S10+, which will house the best internals and will also have the highest price. The S10+ and the lower-end S10 are likely to have the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, a 5G-ready chipset.
However, the 5G version is expected to come a bit later, as a separate, more-expensive variant. There is some new technology that is being launched alongside the S10, such as a graphene-based battery.

It’s the first of it’s kind and allows the phone to charge fully much faster.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite’s Battery Capacity Unveiled

January is rife with rumors about upcoming smartphones, with numerous industry sources leaking info left and right. With the Mobile World Congress just a month away, we’re getting more and more information about upcoming flagship smartphones that are likely to be unveiled at the event.
Today we have fresh new info about Samsung Galaxy S10, the Lite version in particular.

Leaked Image

According to the South Korean consumer product certification department, the Galaxy S10 Lite will come with this battery:

Google is Also Making a Foldable Phone

Smartphones might be entering a new era this year with foldable tablet-like designs. Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG and other manufacturers are working on their own ideas for a foldable phone and are expected to launch them sometime in 2019.
Now Google is also reportedly joining the foldable phone race with its own Pixel branded foldable phone. There are a variety of concepts and patents filed by the above-mentioned companies for their foldable phones. Some fold down the middle while others fold on the outer edge only. We don’t have much info to go on here except that development for Google’s foldable phone is in full swing.
Also, it won’t be coming out any time soon as rumors point towards a 2020 release or even 2021 if Google faces issues. The company already had plans to develop a foldable phone, as Google partnered with Samsung at the recent Developer Conference to showcase Samsung’s foldable phone. It ran a custom version of Android Pie with support for a foldable form factor.
Another Russian leaker says that Google is working on multiple Pixel phones for 2019 with a tablet-smartphone hybrid being one of the variants.
The first truly foldable tablet/smartphone hybrid has already been launched in China by a company called FlexPai. The tablet folds in the middle, with the display being visible on both the front and the back. The UI was a bit glitchy but it was solid proof of concept. It’s retailing for around CNY 9000 (~Rs. 182,000) or $1,310 in China.
We’ll have to wait and see how Google’s idea pans out.

Telcos with Fastest 3G and 4G Speeds in Pakistan Revealed in PTA Survey

In 2018, PTA conducted quarterly surveys in 27 cities across Pakistan to monitor the quality of service being provided by the telecom operators in Pakistan.
All the telcos were ranked on various metrics for performance in data, voice, and SMS.
Here’s how they performed:

Data

Zong had the fasted 3G while Jazz topped the charts for 4G speeds in 2018 in Pakistan.
User data throughput (3G)
User data throughput (4G)

Voice

Service Accessibility
Ufone led with a network availability of 99.90% while Telenor was last among the major telcos with a network availability of 98.98%.
Grade of service
Have you ever tried using the services provided by your cell service provider and been unable to, despite the network indicator showing signals are available? That’s called network blocking and grade of service measures exactly that.
Ufone had the best grade of service with a score of 0.10% while Telenor was last with 1.02%.
Call connection time
Call completion ratio
End to end speech quality
Zong had the best clarity of voice (as perceived by a listener) and Telenor had the worst.
Session abnormal release rate
This metric measures how often users abnormally lose connection. Telenor was last with a 1.64% drop rate while Ufone was first with only 0.30% dropped rate.

SMS

SMS success rate
End to end SMS delivery time
Ufone took the most time to deliver an SMS while Zong took the least.
For a more detailed look at how each telco performed in PTA’s quality of service survey and how the regulating body defined each metric, you can check out the full report here

Suzuki’s 2019 Gixxer 150CC SF Sports Bike is Coming to Pakistan



Pak Suzuki’s all-new 2019 Gixxer 150CC SF is coming to Pakistan this year.
Reportedly, the vehicle manufacturer has already showcased its bike at an Auto Show in Karachi held on December 23, 2018. According to the available details, the bike will sport a 4-Stroke single cylinder air-cooled engine. As for the color, this bike has the same theme used by Suzuki for the bikes participating in MotoGP racing. Furthermore, this all-new bike has 56.0 x 62.9 mm Bore and Stroke with 9:1 compression ratio. Both self-start and kickstart options are available. The fuel tank capacity of this bike is around 12 liters, and has 130 kg dry weight.  As for its launch date, the company has not announced any. However, chances are it will enter the market in the second or third quarter of this year. Apart from the launch date, no price has been divulged yet.
Via: PakWheels

Thursday, 3 January 2019

Pak Suzuki Increases Bike Prices by Upto Rs. 8000

With the advent of 2019, Pak Suzuki has come up with a surprise for its customers. Along with increasing the price of cars, it has also raised the rates for its bikes.
As per the available details, the company has issued a notification to its dealers across the country. While detailing the new rates for the bikes, the notification states that the prices are ‘subject to change without notice.’
Moreover, the new prices will be applicable at the time of delivery and all government taxes will be charged to the customers.
The revised rates listed below are inclusive of ex-factory product price and the freight charges incurred on the vehicle to arrive at the dealership premises.
The prices have come into effect from January 1, 2019.
ModelOld PriceNew Price
GD-110S150,000155,000
GS150155,000162,000
GS150SE175,000180,000
GR150235,000243,000
Notably, the company had increased the price of its bikes just three months ago, coming into effect from November 1, 2018.
Via: PakWheels

Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Huawei Officially Launches the Entry-level Y5 Lite in Pakistan

Huawei’s Y Series has made its mark in the midrange and entry-level segment by providing true Huawei experience at affordable prices. This time around, the company is taking that experience even further to capture the entry-level segment with Huawei Y5 lite. The smartphone combines great camera features, powerful performance and an immersive display.
Speaking about the device, Mr. Blueking Wang, Manager, Huawei CBG said:
Everyone loves to enjoy the Huawei experience and with Huawei Y5 lite, we are enabling more and more people to join in. Here is a smartphone that mixes great camera capabilities with performance and an incredible display. We are sure that our consumers will love to get their hands on this entry-level winner.
To fulfill the growing needs for a perfect selfie, the Huawei Y5 lite features a 5MP front camera with selfie toning flash that lets you glow in your nighttime selfies. It also has an 8MP rear camera that takes great photos ready to be shared with friends, family and loved ones.
The immersive display, with a 5.45” Huawei FullView Display, you can browse your favorite social networks and indulge in a TV show right from your smartphone. A decent 3,020 mAh battery extends that experience even further.
Huawei Y5 lite comes in Blue and Black colors with 1GB RAM and 16GB of storage at an unbelievable price of Rs. 16,499.

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