New Honda BR-V unveiled, know what's special

New Honda BR-V unveiled, know what's special

 Honda BR-V, a   Japanese automaker, has not been able to make a special place among the people in India. But this car is known to perform well in some other Asian markets. In an effort to maintain the popularity of the BR-V, Honda has unveiled a new version of the BR-V. Which is its second generation model and is based on the N7X concept. The concept was showcased earlier this year.

What's special about the design

The new BR-V looks very similar to the N7X concept, just like the previous BR-V, it shares its underpinnings with the Honda City. At the same time, this seven-seat Honda SUV in its new avatar is completely different from its predecessor model. The silhouette is still a bit curvy but the wide radiator grille at the front, chiseled bumper and LED headlamps with LED DRLs give the new BR-V a completely new identity. Though designed for urban driving, the new BR-V looks a bit bumpy thanks to the side cladding and roof rails.

Interior and Features

The new BR-V also gets a new interior layout which is reminiscent of the interior of the WR-V. The three-row SUV also gets a seven-inch touchscreen system, a semi-digital instrument cluster with 4.2-inch TFT display, automatic AC, keyless entry, auto-foldable ORVMs and remote engine start. On the other hand, the new BR-V gets a lane-watch system for blindspot detection and RDM (Road Departure Mitigation), adaptive cruise control, auto high-beam, collision mitigation braking system, lane-keeping assist system, among other safety features. Features like airbag, ABS, EBD, reversing camera etc. have also been provided.

 The new BR-V is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine. It is actually the same engine that makes 119 bhp at 6,600 rpm along with 145 Nm at 4,300 rpm. This engine is available with the new CVT automatic transmission.

One model of Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 series will not come with 120Hz promotion display: Report

One model of Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 series will not come with 120Hz promotion display: Report

 It hasn't even been a month since Apple's iPhone 13 series was launched. Now there is a discussion about the launch of the iPhone 14 (iPhone 14 Series) series. Many reports related to this upcoming series have come out. Another report has surfaced in this episode, which has revealed that Apple is planning to offer LTPS OLED display in at least 4 devices of the iPhone 14 lineup.

According to a report by TheElec, LG is preparing to supply LTPO OLED displays to Apple. They can be used in the iPhone to be launched next year. This will give the company another supplier for its promotion displays for its iPhones besides Samsung. For your information, let us tell you that the promotion display has been given in iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro.

Through this, users can adjust the refresh rate accordingly. This will give users a better gaming experience. On the other hand, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini have LTPS OLED displays, but do not support promotion.

120Hz promotion display will not be available in one model of iPhone 14 series

According to the reports so far, Apple will give a 6.1-inch display in the iPhone 14 series, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max will get a 6.7-inch screen. However, under this series, the Mini model will not be launched with a promotion display. In such a situation, it is believed that all models of iPhone 14 will be given a panel with a high refresh rate.

iPhone 13

Let us know that the starting price of iPhone 13 in India is Rs 79,900. Talking about the feature, the A15 Bionic chipset has been given in the iPhone 13. It has support for Dolby Vision and MagSafe. Along with this, dual rear camera setup will be available in the phone. It has a 12MP primary lens and an ultra wide angle lens. Apart from this, a 6.1-inch display will be available in the smartphone.