Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiJune 11, 2019UPDATED: June 12, 2019 11:52 IST HIGHLIGHTSHonor 20 Pro price in India is set at Rs 39,999.Honor 20i has been launched at Rs 14,999 for the 4GB + 128GB model. Honor 20 comes in a 6GB + 128GB variant and is priced at Rs 32,999.The Honor 20 series has been launched in India. Honor on Tuesday announced the Honor 20 (Review), Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20i at an event in New Delhi. The first two phones in the lineup are flagship devices that offer punch-hole displays. Kirin 980 chips and quad cameras. The Honor 20i, is a mid-range smartphone with a waterdrop notch, Kirin 710 chipset and triple cameras.Honor 20 Pro price in India is set at Rs 39,999 and comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Honor 20 comes in a 6GB + 128GB variant and is priced at Rs 32,999. The Honor 20i has been launched at Rs 14,999 for the 4GB + 128GB model.The Honor 20 will go on sale on Flipkart starting June 25, while the Honor 20i will be available from June 18. The company will announce the availabilty of the Honor 20 Pro at a later date. Honor is also offering a 90 per cent buyback guarantee if you return the device within 90 days.Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 specificationsThe Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 sport 6.26-inch AllView punch-hole displays with FHD+ (2340×1080) resolutions. Honor has used a 3D Triple Mesh technology on the rear glass panel that includes layers of glass, colour and depth to offer a holographic reflection. The Honor 20 Pro comes in a Phantom Blue gradient colour, while the Honor 20 will be available in Sapphire Blue and Midnight Black colours.The Honor 20 flagships are powered by a Kirin 980 AI chipset with Dual-NPU and based on a 7nm process. They also come with GPU Turbo 3.0 for improved gaming performance. The Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 ship with Android Pie with Magic UI on top and will get future Android updates despite the ongoing Huawei – US tensions. The Honor 20 houses a 3,750mAh battery, while the Pro model houses a 4,000mAh battery. Both the phones support up to 22.5W fast charging.advertisementThe Honor 20 Pro sports an AI quad camera setup that includes a 48MP Sony IMX586 main camera with an ultra wide f/1.4 aperture and 4-in-1 light fusion, OIS, AIS and EIS support, PDAF and AI Ultra Clarity and AIS Super Night modes. There is a 16MP wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture, an 8MP telephoto camera with 3x lossless zoom, OIS support, and a 2MP macro camera.The regular Honor 20 gets a similar camera setup but replaces the telephoto camera for a 2MP depth camera. On the front, both the phones sport 32MP selfie camera.Honor 20i specificationsThe Honor 20i is a mid-range smartphone that borrows certain design elements from its flagship sibling. The rear panel is glass with gradient colors and a vertical triple camera setup. The Honor 20i sports a 6.21-inch FHD+ (2340×1080) display with a teardrop notch rather than a punch-hole. The Honor 20i will be available in Phantom Blue, Phantom Red gradient colours as well as Midnight Black.The Honor 20i is powered by a 2.2GHz Kirin 710 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage which is expandable up to 512GB via microSD card. It also runs on Android Pie with Magic UI. The AI triple camera setup includes a 24MP primary camera with f/1.8 aperture, an 8MP wide-angle camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The main camera also supports AIS Super Night Mode like the Honor 20. On the front, the Honor 20i gets a 32MP AI selfie camera. As for the battery, the phone houses a 3,400mAh capacity.ALSO READ | Microsoft acquires Broken Age developer Double FineALSO READ | You could soon switch off ads on your Xiaomi phone: Future MIUI updates to solve this annoying issueALSO READ | Mi Super sale begins today: Massive discount on Poco F1, Mi A2, Redmi Note 6 Pro and moreGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow HonorFollow android Honor 20 Pro launched in India at Rs 39,999, Honor 20, Honor 20i also announcedThe Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro will go on sale on Flipkart starting June 25, while the Honor 20i will be available from June 18. Honor is also offering a 90 per cent buyback guarantee if you return the device within 90 days. advertisement
Parents who aren’t feeling that magical bond with their newborn babies need not panic.It turns out that adults find the faces of babies most appealing at around the six-month mark, says new research from Brock University.“We want to let parents know that if they’re not instantly grabbed by this baby as much as they thought they might be, then that’s normal. The bonding will build and grow over time,” says Tony Volk, Child and Youth Studies Associate Professor.In their study, Volk, graduate student Prarthana Franklin and undergraduate student Irisa Wong showed 142 research participants photos of 18 babies taken shortly after birth, at three months old and at six months old.The researchers asked participants how willing they would be to adopt the babies based on their perceptions of the children’s cuteness, happiness, health and self-resemblance.“We noticed adults rated the newborns as the least attractive and the six month olds had the highest ratings across all of the facial cues,” says Franklin, the lead author of the study titled “Are Newborns’ Faces Less Appealing?”“That was interesting because usually we think that the younger children are, the cuter they are and so more people prefer younger children,” she says, adding that their study showed “a lower limit of three months old that’s the preferred age compared to newborns.”Babies, whether they be human or animal, possess certain physical traits that adults consider to be “cute.” In human babies, these could include big eyes, chubby cheeks, broad smiles and cooing noises.In the 1940s, ethologist Konrad Lorenz coined the term “kinderschema,” or “child schema,” to describe these traits. He theorized that babies’ cuteness brings out adults’ nurturing and caretaking behaviour, which, in turn, ensures infant survival.If this is the case, newborn babies should be seen as being the cutest of all, as they’re the most vulnerable and they need the most protection and care, says Volk.Initially, he and his research team were puzzled by their finding that adults’ perception of cuteness intensifies six months or so after the babies are born.“We wondered, why would there be this specific peak?” says Volk. “But then, we read the medical literature, which was almost universal in that six month olds are better at surviving illnesses than younger babies.”Other studies and reports worldwide shows that most infanticide or abandonment occurs within the first few weeks of an infant’s life.Volk says the delay in cuteness perception is an adult-driven adaptation that may be a leftover from evolutionary times when resources were scarce and infant diseases were deadly.“Hunter-gatherers who already had a child they were nursing, couldn’t nurse two children at once,” says Volk. “If you’re a peasant mother in medieval England and you only have enough food for one child, and if having two means they’re both likely to die, it’s best just to have one child.“These are difficult decisions that humans have made for thousands of years,” says Volk. “A delay in attachment makes those early losses easier to cope with.”Volk identifies two other possible factors for the delay in baby-parent bonding.He says it can take up to a month for babies to develop the ability to consciously smile at someone out of happiness, which adults often find endearing.Also, research that Volk conducted a decade ago found that fathers who were actively involved with their babies tended to notice that their months-old offspring looked like them, which increased the fathers’ bonding.It turns out babies may also take their time bonding. Previous research shows babies develop a preference for a specific caregiver and experience “separation anxiety” when away from that person at around the seven-month mark.The Brock research team urges parents and society to come up with ways of bonding with newborns.“We firmly recognize that every newborn infant offers the tremendously appealing, unlimited potential that all humans initially possess, and we fully encourage investing in all newborns as much love and resources as is possible,” says the paper.Ways to bring about earlier bonding include infant massage, spending lots of time with the baby, skin-to-skin contact and supporting new parents materially and psychologically as much as possible.