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Both the smartphones come with an “awesome screen, awesome camera, and a long-lasting battery life” experience.(HT Brand Studio)

Top-notch camera and privacy features make the Galaxy A51 & A71 absolutely drool-worthy

By Partnered Feature, HT Brand Studio
PUBLISHED ON SEP 23, 2020 01:02 PM IST
In a bid to secure consumers’ privacy, Samsung has rolled out a ton of updates to the Galaxy A51 & Galaxy A71. Most noticeable among them is Quick Switch, which lets you switch between private and public modes of your gallery, web browser, and apps like WhatsApp.
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Samsung has come up with an industry-first privacy feature called Quick Switch, which helps ease the anxiety you face when handing over your smartphone to someone. All it takes is a double click of the power key!(Samsung)
Samsung has come up with an industry-first privacy feature called Quick Switch, which helps ease the anxiety you face when handing over your smartphone to someone. All it takes is a double click of the power key!(Samsung)

Samsung sets a new bar for privacy with industry-first innovations such as Quick Switch & Content Suggestions on Galaxy A51 & Galaxy A71

By Partnered Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON SEP 07, 2020 01:05 PM IST
The Alt Z Life lets you have fun without being stressed, worried or anxious about keeping your private apps and content secure. It’s where your private life remains private.
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The CBSE Class 12 exams are beginning on Friday and will conclude on April 3, while Class 10 exams will begin on February 21 and end on March 29.(PTI/File)
The CBSE Class 12 exams are beginning on Friday and will conclude on April 3, while Class 10 exams will begin on February 21 and end on March 29.(PTI/File)

Board exam 2019: CBSE chief reaches out to students, asks them to ‘insta’ studies, ‘firewall’ distraction

By HT Correspondent | PTI, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON FEB 14, 2019 06:06 PM IST
The CBSE Class 12 exams are beginning on Friday and will conclude on April 3, while Class 10 exams will begin on February 21 and end on March 29.
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