D2h Offers 5-Months Free Subscription Of DTH Plans and Moto Z4 Play passes FCC - Oculus Rift S OLED displays


1. D2h Offers 5-Months Free Subscription Of DTH Plans: This Is How You Can Get It!

2. Moto Z4 Play passes through the FCC revealing its specs

3. Oculus Rift S headset announced with higher-res OLED displays



1. D2h Offers 5-Months Free Subscription Of DTH Plans: This Is How You Can Get It!

Formerly Videocon D2h, which is now part of Dish TV, has announced a sizzling offer for their users: Now, they can get upto 5 months of free subscription of any DTH plan.

However, there is a catch here. You will need to choose a long term plan from D2h.

Choose Long Term Plans From D2H, Get Free Subscription

In order to encourage their users to opt for long term plans, D2h has unveiled a new scheme, wherein free subscription of any DTH plan can be availed.

The offer is based on tiers, and depending on the validity of the long term plan chosen, users can get a free subscription of the plans.

Long Term Plan 

3-months plan 7 days Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

6-months plan 15 days Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

11-month plan 30 days or 1 month Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

22-months plan 60 days or 2 months Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

33-months plan 90 days or 3 months Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

44-months plan 120 days or 4 months Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans

55-months plan 150 days or 5 months Duration Free Subscription Of DTH Plans



2. Moto Z4 Play passes through the FCC revealing its specs

On Wednesday, we reported about some renders that were released by 91Mobiles containing the alleged Moto Z4. There are conflicting reports about whether this render represents the Moto Z4 or the Moto Z4 Play. Given the small indent on the bottom that looks like a 3.5mm headphone jack, this is more likely to be the Z4 Play.

There isn’t however, a fingerprint scanner on the side, so we’re either to believe that it’s under the display or this render is a fake. It’s also rather hard to believe that Motorola is going to launch a 2019 flagship with a single camera when the Moto Z3 and Z2 both had dual-cameras.

XDA-Developers did some digging when it cross-referenced some of the IMEIs that were published in the FCC filing. This returned the codename “foles” which is synonymous with the Z4 Play. With this information, XDA was able to pinpoint several of the phone’s specs.

First off, the phone is believed to run a Snapdragon 675 CPU and have either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. At the same time, there will also be either 64GB or 128GB of onboard storage. There is to be a 3,600 mAh battery integrated into the phone, this according to the FCC document.

Also confirmed by the FCC doc is an 18W Turbo Charger for quick top-ups. The charger is rated for 5V @ 3A or up to 12V @ 1.5A so it should be rated for both Qualcomm Quick Charge and Power Delivery.

As for the display, there aren’t much details available yet. However, XDA speculates the display could measure 6.39-inches diagonally given that the G7 Plus with its 6.2-inch display has about the same dimensions and the Z4 should have slimmer bezels. The FCC filing shows the Z4 Play to measure 157 x 75mm. It is again speculated this device will feature an in-display scanner.

It is too early to tell whether Motorola will actually release two Moto Z4 devices or only keep the Z4 flagship. Lasy year's Moto Z3 felt rushed and solely for the purpose of announcing Verizon's 5G promise.

Should the Moto Z4 Play arrive, it should surely support the 5G Moto Mod that Verizon will launch next month. We wonder what the future holds for Motorola this year as it prepares to launch its rumored foldable RAZR phone. Not to mention, the Z4 has some catching up to do since the Z3 launched with a lower-resolution screen and a 2017 CPU.



3. Oculus Rift S headset announced with higher-res OLED displays

At GDC 2019, Oculus announced a new-generation Rift headset called the Oculus Rift S. The headset brings some new features and improvements that make the VR gaming experience more comfortable and safer.

Oculus said it worked closely with Lenovo to refine the Rift S’ hardware with feedback from the Lenovo Legion gaming community and Lenovo co-designed the Rift S’ hardware with Oculus for improved confirmed and better weight distribution. There’s also a single cable which makes it easier to manage and avoid cable clutter.

Like the Quest, the Rift S has Oculus Insight which can actively track the space around you so you don’t bump into anything. There is also Passthrough+, which is a new feature on the Oculus Rift S that acts as a passthrough to see the outside world and help keep you in the game and maximizes the available space you have. The Oculus Touch controllers have also been updated.

New to the Rift S is OLED displays with higher resolution 2560x1440 px screens. While the displays have been updated in these two areas, the refresh rate drops from 90Hz to 80Hz, which won’t make a significant difference to the overall playing experience.

The Oculus Rift S will be available for $399 and will become officially available this spring. To be clear, this Oculus headset requires a connected to a PC to operate.

 

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