Daily Mirror – OPPO Launches OPPO A53: Feel the Speed with OPPO’s Faster and Smoother A53 Smartphone


OPPO has launched the latest model of its A Series, the OPPO A53 in Sri Lanka. Designed to deliver a faster and smoother performance, A53 empowers users to feel the speed and connects to entertainment needs and friends. Available from October, 2020 in Sri Lanka A53 comes in two color options – Fancy Blue and Electric Black. A53 includes 4 GB Memory + 64 GB Storage and will be available for purchase at a retail price of LKR. 35,990.
Boasting a blazing-fast 90Hz refresh rate, OPPO A53 offers an immersive and smooth viewing experience with a 90Hz Neo-Display that offers a 90Hz refresh rate display and technology that rivals flagship phones. Whilst A53 has a 5000mAh Large Battery and 18W Fast Charge to keep the phone running longer, Qualcomm’s latest octa-core processor and OPPO’s first RAM+ Memory Optimization offers an all-around fast performance.

“In line with the promise of OPPO’s A Series, A53 continues to offer strong technology that introduces a fast and smooth mobile experience for our users. With the 90Hz Neo-Display, A53 offers a feature found on flagship-level smartphones, but still ensures long-lasting power, a faster performance, and an enhanced user experience that suit their everyday entertainment and communication needs”, said  Bob Li, CEO, Xinda Lanka (Pvt) Ltd (OPPO SriLanka).

A53 sports 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, which can be expanded to 256GB through a 3-Card Slot, giving the flexibility to store as much as directly on to the phone.

A53’s large 6.5-inch HD+ screen, is accented by a single punch hole design that not only maximizes the screen’s real estate but also offers eye protection. 

To further elevate the mobile entertainment experience, A53 is equipped with a pair of Super Dual Speakers, which combined with Dirac 2.0 – the state-of-the-art digital sound correction technology that delivers

High Definition Full Color Offset Printing Is Here – Sharper, Brighter, Smoother, More Colors


It's all about the screens. Well, who cares about screens? If you buy offset color printing services you should know the differences between the 2 different screen technologies used in commercial printing. It affects the quality of all your color printing. You may know some of this stuff, but most people who buy printing don't know what you will learn in this article. This is a little technical, but stick with it because you may want to make some changes in the way your printing is printed. So let's get started.

Here is how it works. Your files go to pre-press where they are reviewed for technical errors before being made into screens for printing; it is the first step in the process. Customer files then go to a plate maker to be processed and then transferred (offset) to 4 different metal plates, one each of cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Each plate transfers the ink to a rubber blanket and the blanket offsets the ink onto the paper.

Most commercial printers use conventional AM (amplitude modulated) line screens, that are dots arranged in a rosette pattern to makes images. That means each screens plate has to align perfectly at very high-speeds of rotations of the press cylinder to keep registration sharp. At typical press run speed alignment of the plates can be unstable. The way it works is some dots are large and some dots are small depending on their tonal value. The bigger the dots the more ink they pick-up.

The most commonly used line screen dots are from 150 to 300 dots per inch depending on the screens used by the printing firm. Printing companies choose a type of screen and use it for all their printing, so you can't ask your printer to use high dot …