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  SUPERMAN AND LOIS DOWNLOAD ALL EPISODE OF SUPERMAN AND LOIS SEASON 1 Creators: Greg Berlanti, Todd Helbing Stars: Tyler Hoechlin, Elizabeth Tulloch, Alex Garfin Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama Released Date: 2021 Runtime: 42mins Follow the world's most famous super hero and comic books' most famous journalist as they deal with all the stress, pressures, and complexities that come with being working parents in today's society. DOWNLOAD ALL EPISODES OF SUPERMAN AND LOIS SEASON 1 EPISODE 1 Superman.and.Lois.S01E01.720p.HDTV.x265.mkv EPISODE 2 superman.and.lois.s01e02.720p.web.hevc.x265.mkv EPISODE 3 Superman.and.Lois.S01E03.720x265.mkv   EPISODE 4 superman.and.lois.s01e04.720p.hdtv.mkv   EPISODE 5 superman.and.lois.s01e05.720p.x265.mkv   EPISODE 6 superman.and.lois.s01e06.20p.x265.mkv   EPISODE 7 superman.and.lois.s01e07.720p.web.hevc.x265.mkv   EPISODE 8 superman.and.lois.s01e08.720p.web.hevc.x265.mkv   EPISODE 9 superman.and.lois.s01e09.720p.hdtv.hevc.x265.mkv   EPISODE 10

LG K51

  Hey guys this is Aniket with T-Mobile and today I'm here to unbox the new LG K51 LTE smartphone in 90 seconds. So let's get into it! First, let's start with the K51's key features: it's got a triple camera system on the back a 6.5 inch HD plus full vision screen, and it rocks T-Mobile's LTE network. It also comes equipped with the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and it uses USB C for charging now, let's see what's in the box! of course, you've got the LG K5 a T-Mobile SIM card Start Guide wall charger, and USB-C charging cable the LG K51 runs Android 10 out of the box and it's equipped with a 13-megapixel selfie camera on the front. the K51 has a big four thousand milliamp-hour battery and in my short time with the phone, I say it's got a nice look and feel with good specs and an affordable price, well, it looks like I'm out of time for the LG K51 is now available from T-Mobile so for more information, check it out at this has been Des for T-Mobile, thanks for watching and stay tuned for another great T-Mobile video coming up next! Nice!

We extract the SIM and micro SD tray We lift the back cover Loosen the fingerprint connector We remove the screws from the part device top This is the top antenna of the device To continue with the disassembly process disconnect the battery connector Remove the display connector Here we have the communication flex of the motherboard with the sub motherboard We disconnect the front camera We disconnect the two coaxial cables We disconnected the four cameras from the device Gently lift the motherboard from the device You have to be careful when it comes to take off the headset, you can split in half very easily We remove the screws from the part bottom of device Here we have the audio module that contains speaker We disconnect the two coaxial cables Here we have the communication flex of the motherboard with the sub motherboard We lift the loading module We raise the vibration motor that is glued to the screen chassis We use contact cleaner or alcohol isopropyl to loosen adhesive We remove the battery We have finished the disassembly process We return with the assembly process We have finished the assembly process 

 After we were disappointed with the K61, it was time for us to check out the LG K51s. It shares many features with the more advanced model but costs a lot less. Will we have a better cost-benefit this time? In this complete review by TudoCelular, you will discover everything the K51s has to offer and whether it has brought a considerable advance compared to its predecessor. The new smartphones from LG share the same design and have a quad-camera at the rear. The K51s has a camera hole in the left corner of the screen, just like the K61. As much as it is a cheaper cell phone the build quality is the same with a body made of shiny plastic that appears to be glass. The sides have a chrome finish and the entire structure has the military certification to offer greater resistance against impacts, extreme temperatures, and humidity. It can be found in the colors titanium and red. It is interesting to see that here LG has taken a closer look at this generation but has made some nonsense cuts to this device, for example, lost the Wi-Fi 5 GHz connectivity, which we had in the K50s. 

Another cut happened on the panel - now a more basic LCD that has low brightness, so low that it’s almost impossible to see the content of the screen when out in the sun. The K51s will only be suitable for those who use the phone indoors. Lack of contrast and the colors are well washed out. The viewing angle is satisfactory but we've seen LG's IPS screens much better. The sound part is not impressive either - the only speaker delivers reasonable sound power and with a great focus on the treble. Listening to music on the K51s will be tricky, but it shouldn't bother you to watch videos. It comes with a basic earphone, the same one that accompanies the others of the K 2020 series. The sound is even decent and it supports DTS-X Surround no matter how much it makes a difference. LG has a better earphone, which comes with other devices, but this one is just to get work done until you buy a decent one. The K51s come with the same Helio P35 chip as the K61s, but as it has a lower screen resolution it ends up helping your performance. In our speed test, he was able to open and reopen a dozen apps faster than the most expensive model and which has 1 GB more RAM. In the benchmark, we have the same score between the two, and compared to the K50s the gain was small. In the case of AnTuTu, a difference of less than 10% was found, so this shows that the Helio P22, from it to the P25, we did not have a considerable jump. Compared to the competition, the K51s even "eat dust" in these tests. And games? This is a part that also disappoints. 

We had the problem of freezing in some games like Asphalt 9. On the K61 we suspected that this fault would be on the screen that has Full HD resolution but here we have an HD panel, and even then, the games lack fluidity. Lighter titles even run well and heavier games in the minimal configuration are not going to be a problem for less demanding players. The K50s surprised us by delivering great autonomy, being among the best in the entry-level segment - we expected, then, that the K51s would repeat this same feat, but the Helio P35 is so power-hungry that yield fell by almost 25%. You can even spend the whole day away from power outlets, but you'll have to take it easy on the use. Anyone who is addicted to gambling or spends the entire day on YouTube will have to carry out more than one load on the day. Let's hope, then, that next LG will choose a more economical chip or do it like its rivals and get bigger batteries. The 10-Watt charger is the same as the others we find in the box of others in the K 2020 line and it takes a little over two hours to recharge the K51s. It’s a good breakthrough here, compared to the weak 6-Watt charger from before that made the K50s spend almost three hours in the socket. In addition to the very old hardware, we also have software with two years of life. Do you think it is acceptable for a cell phone launched in mid-2020 to still come with Android Pie? The worst is that LG has not even revealed its plans for when it will start releasing the update for the Android 10, inclusive, the K50s itself also remains attached to the Android Pie and also no date for the update. On a positive note, we have here the new interface that has finally been updated after years and lost some elements inherited since KitKat, for example, that menu that separated everything "died" Being replaced by tabs, and now we have something closer to Samsung's One UI. The icons were also redesigned but the software ends up being fluid and it is common to see graphics take too long to load. LG increased the camera resolution from 13 MP on the K50s to 32 MP on the K51s. And if you expected more clarity due to those extra pixels, forget it. 

By default, it compresses four pixels into one and we only have 8 MP photos with lower quality than its predecessor. The good news here is that you can use the full potential of the sensor if you want. You recover the details lost in the compression but then you have to give up HDR that does not activate in this mode. That is, you gain more details in the textures but you lose details in the shadows. When you shoot at night, it doesn't have any benefit to use the maximum resolution. Photos come out with a lot of noise in both modes - you'll only take up more memory space for nothing. Overall, the photographic experience delivered by the K51s is quite limited. indoors or at night the quality of the images drops a lot. The wide-angle camera loses a lot of textures in exchange for recording more of the scenes. At night, you will have pictures so dark that this camera ends up being practically useless. There is artificial intelligence built into the camera that, oddly enough, makes it even worse. We recommend until you uncheck this mode on those that appear on the camera's home screen. The macro is the big news of the K51s since in the K50s you needed to use the main camera to shoot close up - and look, you better keep doing this. The macro camera has a focal length of 4 cm. It's fixed, which doesn't allow you to get too close to the object. Autofocus is sorely missed here. Also, the resolution of only 2 MP does not help much in the quality of the images. The front camera records good selfies, the K51s hits on sharpness, color balance, and brightness and doesn't miss a beat both the quality at night and is common in basic cell phones. Its portrait mode could be better too. It has constant flaws in the cut between planes, especially in the ear and hair parts. The K51s shoots in Full HD with the main, wide-angle, and front camera. The quality of the videos is nice and the audio doesn't drown out as much as others in the line. What ends up disappointing is the autofocus because it is very slow. At least the videos are not as shaky as is common in entry-level phones. The K51s arrived for R$ 1,499 and can currently be found for just over R$ 1,000. As expected from a launch, it is more expensive than its predecessor which would be no problem if the K50s were not a better phone. The new models deliver the same performance, have a worse multimedia experience, the battery lasts much less and the cameras disappoint. 

The Galaxy A30s costs the same and delivers superior performance, the battery lasts longer and takes better pictures. Not to mention that the Samsung model is more complete because it has more advanced Wi-Fi and even comes with digital TV. Were you disappointed with the K51s battery? The Moto G8 Power costs almost the same and delivers 50% more battery with the same level of performance, even better in games. It has a brighter screen, stereo sound, and records better pictures. The K51s will only make sense when it is costing less than the K50s. It is R$ 400 cheaper than the K61 and you will take a cell phone a little faster with the same duration battery - the screen has the lowest brightness and some important technologies are missing, but due to the great difference in price this ends up delivering a less bad cost-benefit. What price could we say is fair to pay for K51s? Around R$ 900. Until then, it's better to choose a rival from Samsung or Motorola or even stick with the K50s worth more than the price it’s costing. And to find the best deals just click on the links below. Also, take the opportunity to comment on what you think of the K51s. I'll stick around, and see you next time. 


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