Ulefone Armor 9 global presales launched on Banggood 1

Ulefone Armor 9 global presales launched on Banggood

The annual flagship rugged smartphone Ulefone Armor 9 with thermal imaging camera has launched a while ago already. Now is this powerful rugged beast currently on presale with Banggood e-shop and they are offering a huge discount up to $150. But before you get the device, here is an unboxing & first hands-on video. IT can help you with the presale decision about the Armor 9. As you can see in the video, the Armor 9 survived all the sudden drops, water washing, mud baths and other different challenges. It is rated with a IP68/69K protection grade offering waterproof, dustproof and shockproof qualities.
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But the largest highlight of Ulefone Armor 9 is definitely the thermal imaging camera by FLIR®. In the video, the guy uses Armor 9 to capture thermal imaging landscape pictures outdoors and it seems quite ingenious for outdoor adventure. The thermal imaging camera also can play an importable role in some professional industries and work environments.
Ulefone Armor 9 packs ultra high definition Samsung 64MP camera sensor and can capture crisp, detailed images in any environment, including support for 4K videos. It’s also worth mentioning, that Armor 9 features an external expansion port for endoscope. So you can use the endoscope to veer into some hard-to-reach narrow places. It runs the latest Android 10 OS so you will be able to enjoy all the new Android features. The phone is fairly powerful too thanks to the Helio P90 octa-core processor with 8GRead More…

Cubot X30 with 48MP and five AI cameras starts at $148.99 2

Cubot X30 with 48MP and five AI cameras starts at $148.99

Following the launch of the four-lens camera of P40, the new breakthrough model X30 from Cubot got recently officially launched with an amazing full view display featuring five AI cameras. As Cubot’s first premium smartphone, Cubot X30 will start retailing at the affordable price of $148.99/$178.99 from July 27th via AliExpress brand activity. Cubot X30 Specifications
Cubot X30 is equipped with five rear cameras that support high-definition. This solid camera system includes a Samsung S5KGM1 48MP main lens, a 16MP ultra wide angle lens, a 5MP AF macro lens, 2MP depth of field lens and a 0.3M photosensitive lens. Such setup gives you the freedom to capture your incredible moments just as you wish. There is also a 32MP front camera for beautiful selfies and face ID unlock function.  Design-wise, Cubot X30 features a 6.4-inch full view display with  FHD+ 1080*2310 pixel resolution and smartphone comes in three colours options of black, blue and gradient green. As a flagship brand smartphone it is powered by a 2.0-GHz Octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 chipset based on 12nm process. And supported by 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage.
[embedded content] There is also a 4200 mAh battery for lasting endurance and it all runs on the stock Android 10 system without any bloatware. And we can’t forget to mention the global LTE bands or the NFC chip with Google Pay support for contactless payments.
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Video: Transition Spur bike check with Lars Sternberg 3

Video: Transition Spur bike check with Lars Sternberg

Transition athlete turned employee Lars Sternberg has long been known for the attention to detail and custom touches he includes in his personal builds. His go-to bike these days is Transition’s new “all-country” Spur. This lightweight 120mm trail bike features long, slack geometry that would have been found on enduro bikes from a few seasons ago.
Related: Transition’s Spur Kicks Trail Bikes Into High Gear
One of the benefits of working for a bike company is contributing to the development process of new models. “I’ve actually been riding this bike since August 2019 and logging and flogging miles,” Sternberg said. “It’s one of my favorite mountain bikes of all-time,” he added.
Lars Sterberg’s has a few custom touches that blend XC efficiency with DH performance.
Build highlights of his custom-built Spur include a 210mm One-Up dropper seatpost, a One-Up carbon handlebar with 35mm of rise cut to a surprisingly narrow 750mm, a 120mm Fox 34 Step Cast fork, and Shimano’s tried and true 12-speed XT drivetrain. Check out the video for the full component rundown.
Related: Mtbr’s official Transition forum SourceRead More…

ELEPHONE will be coming soon to the market in Turkey 4

ELEPHONE will be coming soon to the market in Turkey

Smaller chinese brands are quite often focused mainly on the domestic market with no big plans for global expansion. But that’s certainly not the case with ELEPHONE, because they are constantly trying to branch out to different markets and countries worldwide. And today we have some good news for all the ELEPHONE  fans in Turkey, because according to our information they are planning very soon to enter the turkish phone market. The launch event is already under preparation and the fans should be surely getting something nice out of it. ELEPHONE officials are also talking about availability of various of their phone models both through offline and online channels. And if you take a look at the following first promo teaser video, you will see confirmed, that the ELEPHONE U3H model will be certainly featured. Of course only as one of many, because their expansion will be encompassing most probably almost their full portfolio.
[embedded content] But the ELEPHONE U3H is a good choice for spearheading the brand’s expansion. It’s a well rounded model with solid specs and very good pricing. It can offer 6,53-inch punch-hole FHD+ screen, Helio P70 processor or 8 GB RAM + 256 GB memory combo. And with the presence of things like main 48MP Sony IMX586 camera, NFC or wireless charging it can be a perfect choice. So here’s to the successful start for ELEPHONE in Turkey. And we will keep an eye out for the launch party info. SourceRead More…

CUBOT X30 with five rear cameras officially launched 5

CUBOT X30 with five rear cameras officially launched

The CUBOT brand is mainly known for their budget smartphones, but with their latest offering they are aiming a bit higher. New CUBOT X30 model just got launched today and the makers are presenting as a premium smartphone for more demanding users. After all it features five AI camera sensors in the back, which is still certainly not common these days. So what can you expect from this new phone model ? CUBOT X30 features a 6.4-inch display, that has a FHD+ screen resolution (1080*2310 pixels) and Helio P60 processor.  It will be available in two models such as 6 GB RAM + 128 GB of internal storage and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB of internal storage. It also nas NFC chip, fingerprint sensor on the side or 4200 mAh battery capacity. And let’s not forget about the nice sunrise back design with double sided 2.5D curved glass.
[embedded content] In the camera section CUBOT X30 is equipped with five rear cameras, neatly stacked in the squarish block module. They consist of 48MP Samsung S5KGM1 main lens, 16MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP macro lens, 2MP depth of field lense and 0.3MP photosensitive lens. And the selfie camera is not being neglected too with 32MP resolution. The brand is also knows for stock-like Android experience and it delivers it again with vanilla Android 10 without any bloatware. If you are looking to grab the new CUBOT X30 for free, then you should certainly participate in the huge giveaway offered by the makers. Or you can already add the phone to the cart on AlRead More…

Ulefone Armor 9 shows off its thermal imaging camera 6

Ulefone Armor 9 shows off its thermal imaging camera

The Ulefone Armor series is known for its ruggedness and is favoured by outdoor adventurers and workers in special industries. Recently, Ulefone brought us a big surprise as they launched a new flagship rugged smartphone with thermal imaging camera – Ulefone Armor 9. And today Ulefone has revealed a video on their YouTube channel to showcase Armor 9’s thermal imaging camera, so let’s take a look. Ulefone Armor 9 packs a thermal imaging camera from FLIR and it will change the way you see the world. Thermal imaging camera may seem like a gimmick at first , but it’s actually a very practical tool in many situations. In the video, the tester used the Armor 9 with thermal imaging camera to do car fault diagnostics, observe the greenhouse or check the pipelines. 
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There are many other applications,  that are not shown in the video. Thermal camera also can see through smoke and darkness, that makes quickly finding hot spots/person in the dark or checking out the night creatures when camping  easier. It can play an important role in electricity maintenance, building repair, adventure, emergency rescue and tons of other professional use. Thermal imaging camera is not the only highlight of Armor 9, because the phone also features quite solid hardware specs.  Such as 64MP triple camera, Android 10 OS, Helio P90 AI processor with 8GB+128GB, 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop screen, 6600 mAh massive battery, face unlock and fingerprint ID, NFC witRead More…

Video: Rémy Métailler in Squamish chased by drone 7

Video: Rémy Métailler in Squamish chased by drone

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Capturing the trail riding experience is difficult. Helmet cams and handlebar fpv cams were interesting but they do a very poor job at perspective and representation of slope and difficulty.
Follow cams from other riders are interesting but limited in perspective. Cable cams do well but setup and scope are difficult.
This new edit from Remy Metailler is incredible as it establishes a new standard for drone footage. It is flying low enough and close enough to be part of the action. And it moves beside and in front of the rider.
We’re not sure how they did it but they sure nailed it. This can dron can fly behind, beside and in front of Remy trong>This has to be one my favourite video I have ever done! Riding a mountain bike on some of the world’s best trails like you never see it! Click here to support my channel and help me to do more edits like this! http://bit.ly/39xojynRaphaël Boudreault-Simard (@flowmotionaerials) reached out to film and I was stoked to have an opportunity like that to showcase my riding, the place we live and ride and hopefully inspire people to get out and mountain bike. Check out his website: www.flowmotionaerials.com
We are grateful to be able to live in this part of the world and to have access to these forrest, scenery and trails. Thank you. — Remy SourceRead More…

Video: Danny Daycare barrel rolling a kid’s trailer – how they did it 8

Video: Danny Daycare barrel rolling a kid’s trailer – how they did it

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This video from May 2019 got over 8 million views because of two reasons: first, it was a brilliant and scary proposition to have Danny MacAskill pull your kid around on bike trailer. Second, Danny executed a trick that was previously inconceivable. And quite honestly, it may be a long time before it is executed again. There are just so many variables with a trailer, jumping it high in the air, flipping it upside down, and landing it. We dare any mathematician to calculate the physics behind that trick. It certainly was the anchor that allowed this video to blow up and be shared by millions. Anyone can spare a few seconds in their busy day and check out that “did you see that?” moment.
I have decided to use a bit of the extra time I have had recently to trawl through the archives and revisit some of my favorite tricks I have done in recent years to provide a deeper insight into just what goes on behind the scenes. — Danny For some reason, Danny’s business venture only had one client. For Episode 2 we look at the “Barrel Roll” from my 2018 Film “Danny Day Care” I produced with Cut Media.
And here is the full finished product, Danny Daycare. We are surprised it never opened for business.
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Video: Ride the glorious Dolomites with one lift pass 9

Video: Ride the glorious Dolomites with one lift pass

[embedded content]When I rode in the Italian Dolomites 10 years ago, I witnessed some of the most dramatic peaks and iconic landscapes I have ever seen to that point. Now that I’ve traveled near and far in the last decade, those images still stand out as the highlights of my travels.
The riding was good but it was more of a travel experience. The trails were old hiking trails that wove through peaks and valleys and other spots of historic significance. Jumps and berms were nowhere to be found. And singletrack usually traversed down the mountain in a straight singletrack to switchback sequence. In 2012, we ended a great day of riding at Cortina Di Ampezzo in a wood-fired hot tub. Fast forward a few years and it looks like the locals have been busy. They’ve created a bunch of purpose-built trails and bike parks to complement the natural trails and the landscape.
World-renowned photographer Ale Di Lullo captured the magic in photos and videos as he invited three mountain bike legends to experience the riding they had to offer. Photo by Ale Di Lullo In this video, summer vibes in the Italian Dolomites are captured from 2019 when Canadian legends Geoff Gulevich, Richie Schley, and Darren Berrecloth visited to explore these unique mountains. A great week of riding, exploring, and laughing in perfect weather and truly epic views commenced.
Thanks to dolomitisuperski.com we had the ‘Dolomiti Super Summer’ passes to access 100 lifts over 12 valleys for a ridiculous 400 kmRead More…

Video: Deep dive into the Log Slide segment by Danny Macaskill? 10

Video: Deep dive into the Log Slide segment by Danny Macaskill?

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Do you remember the ‘Log Slide’ segment in Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day out film? It was woven into an elaborate sequence of tricks and took perhaps 10 seconds of screen time. How was that trick envisioned, scouted, and executed? Did it take a few tries or a lot more? How much time and money was involved? And more importantly, how much pain and injury did it inflict on one best trick riders in the world?
“I have decided to use a bit of the extra time I have had recently to trawl through the archives and revisit some of my favorite tricks I have done in recent years to provide a deeper insight into just what goes on behind the scenes.In the first episode we look at the “Log Slide” from my 2016 Film “Wee Day Out” I produced with Red Bull and Cut Media. ”
— Danny MacAskill
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So that gives insight into what it takes to deliver these films. The creators try and try and magic happens once in a while. And for every one of these successes that pops and makes the world look, we are certain there’s many that never get completed, make the final edit or worse, injure the rider. So hats off to Danny MacAskill and the other fabulous film creators for trying and pushing the sport and mountain bike videos beyond our limits. SourceRead More…