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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 h


 It can be said that the society in which we live evolves in a dramatic way influencing our lives at every step and a major impact on this evolution is the mobile phone. Do you know in a day how much times a user touches his/her phone? According to the study conducted by Dscout, it seems that a regular user touches his phone an average of 2617 times each day, and on average, in a year, he spends about 800 hours buttoning. Thus, from a simple design to a smart one, mobile phones have become essential in our lives. We use them for all kinds of things, from calls, messages, to watching movies or communicating on social networks. Right now I think many of you are watching this clip from a cell phone. So, let's see how mobile phones have evolved over time and what functions and applications the first models had.  Motorola DynaTAC 8000X The first portable cell phone was the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, launched in 1983 for $4,000.  It weighed over a kilogram.  The battery charge time was over


Earthquakes are by no means a rare phenomenon. It’s estimated that the Earth is rocked by around half-a-million quakes each year. Most are clustered around the fault lines that divide the Earth’s tectonic plates, but others form deeper in the mantle and can strike anywhere in the world. Most of these earthquakes cause no damage and can’t even be detected without specialist equipment. Large earthquakes are considerably rarer, which is fortunate as they can cause immense destruction over vast distances, create killer tsunamis, and even trigger volcanic eruptions. In this list, we look at 10 of the most devastating earthquakes ever recorded. 10. Tabriz, Iran (1780) Estimates of this 1700’s earthquake that shook the Tabriz region of Iran have reached as high as 200,000 deaths. The destructive quake nearly leveled all of Tabriz, leaving only 30,000 inhabitants left in the remains of the city. Multiple quakes shook Tabriz during the span of the 18th century, but the event on January 8th, 178