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Redmi Note 11 Full Global Specifications, Design Leaked: Expected To Feature Snapdragon 680 SoC, 50MP Triple-Rear Camera

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Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi is gearing up for a global launch event later this month. The company is set to unveil its new Redmi Note 11 4G and 5G series lineup for the global market. Redmi has already launched three devices in China. However, the global Note 11 devices will be different.

The company will announce the official details at the event on January 26. Meanwhile, the key specifications of the vanilla Redmi Note 11 4G have leaked online. The leaked details also include the design renders of the upcoming Redmi smartphone. Let’s take a look at the Redmi Note 11 4G specifications, features, and other leaked details. 

Redmi Note 11 4G specifications, design

Redmi Note 11 4G design renders have leaked online alongside the spec sheet. The device will come with a quad-camera setup on the back. The text on the camera module confirms that the device has a 50MP main camera. It will come with an 8MP ultrawide sensor as well. Redmi will also pack two 2MP sensors in the device for shooting depth and macro shots.

Tipster Yogesh Brar and Nithin have separately leaked the specifications of the device. The phone will come with a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display. It will have a 90Hz refresh rate, which was missing in the predecessor model. 

The screen has a centrally aligned hole punch cutout and fairly thin bezels around it. There will be a 13MP front camera, according to Brar. The phone will also pack a 5000 mAh battery and support 33W fast charging. It will launch with Android 11-based MIUI 13 out of the box.

The phone will also draw power from a Snapdragon 680 SoC. There will be two variants launching in different markets. The base model will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. For those who want more RAM, there is the 6GB + 128GB option. The phone will come with support for microSD storage expansion.

The device is expected to launch soon in India. If we go by last year’s timeline, the Note 11 could launch sometime around March 2022.

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NPower Batch C Stream 2 Can Now Proceed for Biometric Capturing

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Late in February, it was rumored that Batch C stream 2 Npower applicants should check if they’ve been shortlisted for biometric verification, but FG debug the news as false. Now, the Federal government has officially announced that Npower Batch C stream 2 should proceed with biometric capturing. 

Given the above, Npower Applicants are advised to kindly check the NASIMS portal or dial the NSIP self-service code *45665# to check their application status and follow the instructions for biometric capturing.

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How to Check Npower Application Status for Biometrics

  • Visit the Self-service portal via https://nasims.gov.ng or dial the code *45665# to check your application status.

Note: If you have already done your biometrics fingerprint capturing, kindly check your verification status on the Nasim portal to see that it was properly captured. If it was done successfully, you will see the fingerprint captured  icon at the end of your verification page on NASIMS. If you see the icon “capture fingerprint” then it means that your fingerprint is yet to be captured.

The N-Power program is built to address the issue of youth unemployment and help increase social development. The Program is designed to target Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35 “to acquire and develop life-long skills for becoming change-makers in their communities.

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MTN Nigeria Rewards Shareholders with N174.53bn Dividend

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The MTN Nigeria has set aside N174.53 billion as dividend to its shareholders whose names appeared in the Company’s Register of Members at the close of business on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, which translates to N8.57 Kobo per every two kobo ordinary share.

This would bring the total dividend for the year that ended on December 31, 2021 to N13.12 per share, subject to withholding tax.

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The MTN Nigeria also announced that its initial 575 million share unit’s offer was exceeded with an over-subscription rate of 139.47 per cent, and   in order to manage the over subscription, it added 86.25 million share units to the initial share units.

It said: “In all, 661.25 million units of MTN Nigeria shares were allotted and a total of 126,720 retail investors submitted valid applications and received full allotment. Other institutional investors such as pension funds, insurance companies, asset managers, corporates, and foreign portfolio investors who participated in the book build were allotted 72.09 per cent of their applications. 

“This includes Nigerian pension funds representing approximately 6.5 million Nigerian contributors. Nigerian investors across the country supported the offer through multiple channels such as Receiving Agents, Issuing Houses and Primary Offer, that is the digital application platform. 

“More than 89 per cent of retail offer subscribers applied through the Primary Offer platform (via mobile and web).

“In addition, 114,938 new Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS) accounts were opened by first-time investors. It was estimated that 76 per cent of the successful subscribers to the public share offer via the digital platform are women, while 85 per cent of these are below the age of 40.” 

Speaking on the opportunity that the public share offers to Nigerians, The Chairman of MTN Nigeria, Mr. Ernest Ndukwe, said: “There was no better way for us to commemorate our 20th anniversary than by giving more Nigerians the opportunity to participate in our future success, in line with our Ambition 2025 commitment to shared value. 

“To do this, we launched an offer for the sale of 575 million shares held by the MTN Group in MTN Nigeria Communications Plc in November 2021. It also leveraged an innovative digital platform to maximise participation, while many of Nigeria’s institutional investors also participated in the bookbuild phase of the offer.”

 The incentives for all investors include one free share for every 20 purchased, subject to a maximum of 250 free shares per investor. Also, an additional 4.28 million MTN Nigeria shares would be allotted to qualifying investors who hold the shares allotted to them for 12 months till January 31, 2023.

“We are delighted to welcome so many new shareholders to the MTN family, up 11.6 times from the number before the offer.  It has been inspiring to see so many Nigerians, many of whom are young, acquire shares for the first time, and use a digital platform to do so.’’  

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