When Xiaomi released the Mi 11, in particular, it did not release a “Pro” version. Rumors, however, indicated that more top versions would come to the market later. And last week it became official, the brand launched its new smartphones Mi 11 Pro, Ultra, and Lite.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: a smartphone with a lot of personality
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra was released in style as the most top phone of the entire 11 series of the brand. With a screen of 6.81 inches AMOLED with WQHD + resolution, 120Hz and 480Hz touch refresh rate. With the most powerful processor, the Snapdragon 888, with a RAM of 8GB and internal storage is 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and the Mi Band 5 share the same (mini) screen
But what most attracted the attention of the entire presentation of this smartphone was the small panel located in the back area, next to the camera area, and will have the purpose of being able to take selfies with the best possible photographic quality, since Photographs can be perfectly framed using the rear camera, so selfies will greatly increase their quality.
Although, many of us joked about the similarity of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra’s secondary screen with the firm’s own smart bracelets, the truth is that we were not so far from reality as for its origin.
Confirmed by the CEO of Xiaomi
All these data revealed by different means have been confirmed by Lei Jun, CEO and co-founder of Xiaomi. This has commented to the media that the secondary screen of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is exactly the same OLED screen has the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 installed, obviously we are talking about its panel, which is the same.
A good strategy on the part of the brand since the screen of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 It is totally valid for the task that you must perform in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Since it is used to view notifications, the charging status or directly and as the most prominent function is to view our face to use the main camera as a selfie camera.
In short, a master move by the Asian brand Xiaomi, which has managed to take advantage of a product already on the market and has given it a second life in the form of the secondary screen of the Mi 11 Ultra.
Board of Trustees and Lanús will open a week of the Argentine Cup that will feature six representatives from the First Division. After the victory of Argentinos Juniors over Colón de Santa Fe and the triumph of Defense and Justice against San Lorenzo, the last three confrontations between rivals of the Professional League will be played.
In the only match of the day on Tuesday, the red and black team will seek to surprise Garnet, semifinalist of the last edition of the competition and recent runner-up in the South American. The match will start at 9:10 p.m. and will take place at Arsenal’s Julio Humberto Grondona stadium.
On the side of the Board, which on Friday defeated Aldosivi de Mar del Plata 2-0 and added its first three points in Zone B, Iván Delfino would repeat the eleven that beat “Tiburon”.
In the 32nd. The Rojinegro team eliminated Instituto de Córdoba on penalties after drawing 1-1 in regulation time, while Lanús left Real Pilar on the road with a 3-1 victory.
On the side of Lanús, he took advantage of the numerous absences in Gimnasia La Plata as a result of the coronavirus and dealt him a hard blow at the Juan Carmelo Zerillo stadium: a 4-2 victory to establish himself in the guard position of group B, three points below of Velez.
Four wins and two draws mark Lanús undefeated against Patronato in official matches. One of them, precisely, corresponded to the instance of the 16th Final of the Argentine Cup and had the Julio Humberto Grondona stadium as the venue: the Garnet won 2-0 in the 2015-2016 season by using Nicolás’s definitions Aguirre and José Sand, forward who accumulates eight conversions in the contest.
Beyond the chance of redemption, the representative of Entre Ríos will try to advance for the first time to the Eighth Finals of the tournament that unites tradition with innovation. The winner will go to Estudiantes de San Luis or Villa San Carlos.
Board of Trustees: Matías Ibáñez; Lautaro Geminiani, Sergio Ojeda, Oliver Benítez, Gustavo Canto; Martín Garay, Franco Leys; Gabriel Gudiño, Héctor Canteros, Neri Bandiera; Sebastián Sosa Sánchez.
Remaining concentrates: Franco Rivasseau, Leandro Marín, Rolando García Guerreño, Dylan Gissi, Bruno Urribarri, Lautaro Torres, Brian Nievas, Matías Palavecino, Nicolás Delgadillo, Lautaro Comas, José Barreto, Nicolás Franco and Junior Arias.
Technical director: Iván Delfino.
Lanús: Lucas Acosta; Braian Aguirre, Guillermo Burdisso, Matías Pérez, Julián Aude; Facundo Pérez, Tomás Belmonte, Lucas Vera; Franco Orozco, José Sand, Nicolás Orsini.
The delegation is completed: Lautaro Morales, Nicolás Morgantini, José Luis Gómez, Nicolás Thaller, Alexis Pérez, Ignacio Cechi, Matías Esquivel, Lucas Besozzi, Pedro De La Vega and José Manuel López.
This Wednesday, just like Tesla, the Cupertino giant will release the accounts for Q4 2020 and therefore the total for the year. We will have to be attentive to the ‘after hours’ to know the reaction of investors.
Apple It has been trading above the previous all-time highs for a couple of sessions, the $ 138 area, which is where the first support level is right now. As it cannot be otherwise, we are talking about an absolute free rise value and there is no greater sign of strength than this. We will be attentive to how investors will pick up the glove in the ‘after hours’, but whatever the price does, we must know that the trend, whatever price we look at, is bullish without hesitation. We cannot speak of rising levels for the rebound as there is no resistance of any kind, not even dynamic.
It is now discussed whether the green corridor is different from the TM (position of the mayor’s office) or if it is a TM with a different name (position of the critics of the previous design, see EL TIEMPO. 11/29/2020, ‘Green Corridor: ¿ How much does it resemble TM for the seventh? ‘). In urban road language, corridor is synonymous with trunk. Vehicles of different categories run or are mobilized on these roads, especially public passenger transport, and they do not have permanent employment outside of processing the vehicular flow. On the other hand, avenues are urban road spaces that, along their route, originate intense, varied and constant human activity.
The 7. has always been an avenue. La Caracas was, from its opening in the 1930s, a great avenue, the second in importance after 7th, until two disasters “intervened” in it. First, Mayor Andrés Pastrana with the ‘solobus’ (one of the worst embarrassments our city has suffered), and then, Mayor Enrique Peñalosa with the ‘first phase’ of the TM corridor or trunk through Caracas, which, at the On the side of the ghastly ‘solobus’, it looked like a Rolls-Royce next to a wheelbarrow. The people of Bogota spoke to each other and admired with joy the announced redemption of Caracas Avenue and the arch-publicized wonder of the urban public transport system that the TM promised us. The illusion did not last long.
Nobody in those days paid attention to why, in the pseudo-technical gibberish of Peñalosa, they stopped calling Caracas avenue (even before undertaking the works of the TM), and henceforth they applied the ladino nickname of ‘Caracas corridor’ , which led to ‘the Caracas trunk’, the beginning of a delirious series of fifteen trunk lines programmed by Peñalosa, in which Carrera 7.ᵃ was not included (I emphasize). Mutating Caracas Avenue as a corridor was not an innocent technicality. It was proposed to disappear the concept of the citizen as the protagonist of urban life, and replace it with the neoliberal doctrine that makes public services a private business; This is that it reverses the condition of the citizen subject to the beneficiary of public services, for that of the citizen object of the exploitation of the business of public services, although he is deceived, as in the case of the TM, with illusionism passes that show him how TM’s diesel trunks, corridors and articulated vehicles will forever solve the centuries-old and neuralgic problem of insufficient, uncomfortable, unsafe urban transport, for efficient, agile transport, with maximum comfort and safety for passengers. A mirage, as Yolanda Reyes notes, with reference to number 7.ᵃ, in her formidable column (EL TIEMPO, 11/30/2020. ‘The mirage of the seventh’).
Well, the TM, its corridors, its trunk lines, its polluting articles and its terrible stations and portals did not correct the defects or improve the previous transport service. On the contrary, they made them bigger and worse. That story is more than known, and suffered in the last twenty years, to have to be re-told for the thousandth time.
The specific point is to point out that if Mayor López insists on calling her project of “intervention of the 7.ᵃ” “green corridor”, the connotation with trunk is inevitable, as it is inevitable to agree with Councilor Carlos Fernando Galán. how many like him have denounced that the green corridor is neither more nor less than a TM with another name.
Such suspicion is easy to support in the fact that the exclusive lane for the alleged dual electric buses will have, like the TM of Caracas, 30, 80, Jiménez and the El Dorado trunk, embedded stations in the separators, as the former mayor Peñalosa left them premeditated in his trunk project for the 7.ᵃ. So, Dr. Claudia López, don’t try to screw us up. The green corridor that the mayor presents resembles the TM as much as the TM of Caracas. If it crystallizes, the human activity that gives life to the avenue will be extinguished in it like the one that gave life to Caracas and the other avenues that degenerated into trunk-corridors.
A tweet that circulates on the social network asks: “Why does the mayor @ClaudiaLopez object to the mandate of the climate emergency that establishes that the District will not acquire fossil fuel buses from 2022? They knocked down the subway and with it the proposal for sustainable multimodal transport. “
The tweeter’s question allows me to make a conjecture that reinforces the theory of the green corridor as a cover for the TM by the 7.ᵃ, and that, in order not to lengthen this column, I will explain it in the next one.
Father Alfonso Llano. Painful news the departure of this Jesuit priest, wise and simple, like everyone in his community, and more than anyone, a true rebel. A character that those of us who had the pleasure and honor of deserving his friendship will not forget. Many anecdotes can be told about Father Llano, which are more interesting and sympathetic. One of them, his love of cinema. I used to meet him at the exit or entrance of the Cine Colombia Multiplexes in the Avenida Chile center. He always commented to me, with extremely acute observations, on the movie he had just seen. I suppose he got bored that the pandemic had deprived him of his favorite distraction and decided to go to a place where there are no pandemics, and no one can prevent him from entering a movie theater whenever he wants. Each one chooses the paradise they like the most. Father Llano’s is the cinema. In heaven you will have your Multiplex. Or else, Munir Falah will take care of supplying it.
November 25, 2020 and Betis continues to this day immersed in that loop that seems to have no end by transmitting the same feelings of irregularity and mediocrity as in previous campaigns, with the exception of the parenthesis that Lorenzo Serra Ferrer supposed.
The feeling of watching the same episodes and problems from years ago with goals against that at the time were classified as “accidents” and that have become a habitual tonic of the project of the two main rectors of the Verdiblanca entity, Ángel Haro and José Miguel López Catalán, turn the situation of the Heliópolis club into a loop that seems eternal.
This is indicated by the data: on 23 occasions, since the arrival of Now Betis Now (ABA), the Betic team has been defeated by three or more goals difference, while 15 teams have endorsed 4 or more goals: Barcelona (6 times), Real Madrid (2 times), Eibar (2 times), Levante (2 times), Seville, Cádiz, Las Palmas, Granada, Leganés, Real Sociedad, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal and Athletic (data from @BetisStats). Goals that continue and that focus on footballers, coach, Manuel Pellegrini, sports director, Antonio Cordón, and above all, as the main focus, on the president and vice president as the maximum responsible for this already seen constant that Betis lives.
Pellegrini and Cordón
Ten days has lasted the change of air that Manuel Pellegrini gave his team in preseason and in the first league games. And the proof is the 21 goals that the Verdiblancos have conceded at this stage of the championship (it is the most thrashed team in First). The coach opted for a double pivot, a strong pressure after loss and an advanced defense, as main premises, but his mistakes in the approaches and his very weak game readings (delay in changes, especially) to react with the adverse scoreboard weigh a lot in your must.
That, together with his idea of offensive football, with the wickers he has, results in a very high amount of goals conceded, as it already happened, for example, in his time at West Ham. Thus, Betis has only been able to beat Alavés, Valladolid, Elche and an irregular Valencia for now, falling with Real Madrid, Getafe, Real Sociedad, Atlético, Barcelona and an Athletic that passed over him coming on a very irregular path and with his coach, Gaizka Garitano, more than questioned. A loose balance in which it is also being shown once again that Betis, against intense and aggressive rivals in their football, suffers a lot and is usually defeated.
An important chapter also deserves summer planning, beyond the economic crisis caused by Covid-19 and the great influence of last year’s planning with the figure of José Miguel López Catalán closely linked to it. Bravo is beginning to suffer from the defensive weakness of his team, Miranda for now still does not enter into Pellegrini’s plans, Víctor Ruiz was not well in his first start and Montoya, after signing four years, is hardly a match for Emerson.
“Betis already had the quality jump. There is a team with a lot of quality, great players. Perhaps last year they did not give the result that we all expected, but the squad is magnificent. Perhaps we must emphasize other types of details, something that corresponds to the coach. Now we have brought in these three players with an impeccable resume. They have names but, above all, they are men. It is a tremendous success to bring these three players because there were many other teams. I can assure you that they were behind them, “said the Verdiblanco sports director in preseason, Antonio Cordon, who still has work ahead of him if he wants to wake up that “sleeping giant” that he understood upon arrival as Betis.
At the moment, we continue to see an unbalanced and unbalanced squad and very weak behind (scoring bloodletting), in addition to the lack of footballers with a physical profile (strong, aggressive, iron-clad …) and character, something that the green-and-white team has been dragging since several years ago.
Management: football and economics
The lurch in football, in decision-making, usually do not end well. The arrival of Lorenzo Serra Ferrer to win that meeting against Rafael Salas, as was seen with the invitation to go out to the Balearic Islands, was a turning point for ABA, after the constant passing of coaches (Poyet, Víctor Sánchez del Amo …) and sports directors (Eduardo Maciá and Miguel Torrecilla). The illusion and some success with the return to Europe appeared, but with the dismissal of the Balearic Islands the irregularity returned. Ángel Haro and José Miguel López Catalán bet on a change of sports structure just over a year ago, but despite the heavy investments made, it did not give the expected result and Betis returned to navigate the mediocrity in which it continues to be, the result of that dangerous line of mountain peaks in terms of performance. And economic management, with the waste that entails so many entries and exits of players and other positions of the entity, does not invite optimism either. Thus, the request for loyalty and to share the project with other important shareholders is called into question when the current project, after five years, remains stagnant and with very black blots on the playing field that hinder any support.
Future results on the grass will be the ones that ease or make more clouds appear over a current project that has begun to falter. And the excuses, type VAR, arbitrations and even the name of Serra, are covered and struck down with parties such as San Mamés.
The future: the board
More and more Betis are dissatisfied with the management of Haro and Catalán, and who await movements in search of solutions in other reference shareholders, such as Joaquín Caro Ledesma, BXV with the Galera family, Rafael Salas and, above all, a new return scored by Lorenzo Serra Ferrer when we have the information. The next December 21 will be the shareholders’ meeting and there will be doubts about several existing questions at the moment: Will a reference shareholder enter the board? Will there be a candidacy to seek a change of course in the entity or will everything continue the same as before? Small shareholders and many supporters’ clubs will also play an important role, while the public silence of many of those main players in Betis de los Betis continues to draw attention, after that pact with the maximum shareholder, which predicted the definitive take-off of a Betis which still does not occur.
And all this, without forgetting in the analysis of the current situation of Betis the importance of knowledge of the history of Verdiblanca and what usually happens to it when the cchange and end of cycle, if important solutions are not put at the regeneration level. New airs for Heliópolis to stop living in a loop that seems eternal.
Pope Francis must be watching a lot of news on American television these days. “Political life is no longer about healthy debates about long-term plans to improve people’s lives and advance the common good, but only about clever marketing techniques aimed primarily at discrediting others,” he recently wrote in his encyclical All brothers. The same rightly applies to the economic plans of the two US presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden generally offer different varieties of similar nonsense.
Trump offers above all what Francis calls “hyperbole, extremism and polarization.” His campaign website boasts heavily of the economic policies of the first term, promising more of the same. The list includes tax cuts not intended to decrease income or wealth inequality, immigration restrictions, anti-Chinese trade rules, and environmental deregulation.
Supporters may find justifications for Trump’s enthusiasm, but the economic evidence supports neither of these ideas. A more equitable income generally helps create jobs and strengthen growth. Migration, both skilled and so-called unskilled, has long been critical to American economic success. Free trade almost always benefits rich countries at least as much as poor ones. And limiting pollution brings real gains that don’t show up in GDP figures.
Against this, Biden’s campaign literature seems more sensible. While Trump’s website looks like an ad for an emotionally satisfying consumer product, the inside pages of Biden’s site appear to be written by a think tank not very imaginative politician.
There are technocratic platitudes: “Community health solutions can lead to better outcomes, allow people to live more independently, and alleviate healthcare challenges through a focus on prevention and coordination.” And there are the clunky details. New community health workers will be paid “through the provision of direct grant funds, as well as the addition of community health worker services as an optional benefit to states under Medicaid.”
What is lacking is the recognition that new government programs generally require using existing resources. More money for community health services or grants for parents of young children means less money for other good or politically sympathetic causes. Presumably Biden knows this, but he fears losing votes by admitting that raising government aid for poor and middle-class citizens inevitably requires raising taxes for people who don’t think they are so rich.
Presidential campaigns may be the wrong place for these harsh truths. Even so, the vituperative offers of the 2020 campaign seem particularly distant from economic reality. See two particularly relevant divergences. First, the post-pandemic economy. The medical efficacy of the strong restrictions on activity enacted to curb Covid is up for debate, but there is little debate about the great economic and educational damage they have already caused in the US, with no end in sight.
The government’s work will not end when the restrictions are lifted, and the pandemic of fear has been quelled. A full and rapid economic recovery will require substantial additional support for consumer spending. Reducing the debt burden on businesses and consumers, along with subsidies to employers to encourage hiring and rehiring would also help.
Trump took a significant step in the wrong direction by announcing the suspension of negotiations with Congress on the next phase of public support. He backed off, but the delay and uncertainty add to the damage. Biden also promises various types of aid, but is still far from the fiscal approach that is implicitly suggested by the Fed. Biden is also ignoring the overwhelming evidence from Europe and parts of the US that schools can safely reopen with few additional precautions. .
Then there is industrial policy. Both candidates claim to have an idea of the economic future of America, but neither seems to have given much thought to it. The problem is not an excess of free market ideology. Trump, a mediocre businessman, seems to be comfortable with crony capitalism and traditional tools of government control like tariffs and quotas. Biden, true to his ideological roots, is theoretically committed to the leadership of the Government.
But Trump is more fond of gestures than consistent policies and seems to fail to understand that rising productivity destroys far more manufacturing jobs than unfair competition. Biden seems to have the wrong intellectual reflexes. Not surprising, since he has spent much of his nearly 78 years defending unions, which have little presence in high-tech or non-government service industries.
While the economic discussions between Trump and Biden have been largely bitter, their agreement on the economic irrelevance of fiscal deficits is a hopeful sign. There is some talk about the goodness of budget balance on both sides, but in practice Democrats and Republicans accept the basic principle of Modern Monetary Theory: that government spending should be guided by economic reality rather than fear of numbers. red. If only Trump and Biden could stop fighting and think more about what reality demands …
The authors are columnists for Reuters Breakingviews. Opinions are yours. The translation, ofCarlos Gómez Down, it is the responsibility of Five days
Burgos Lidia González, only 22 years old, died in July of a brain tumor after waiting two months, without any treatment, the results of tests that never came. Her mother denounces that this “delay” by the Valladolid Clinical Hospital, caused by the pandemic, could have cost her daughter her life.
The other side of the pandemic continues to bring to light the drama of those families who have not suffered directly from the covid, but who have been hit hard by the health crisis. This is the case of Lidia González, a 22-year-old girl from Melgar de Fernamental who died of a brain tumor last July without having been diagnosed and without receiving any treatment.
Lidia worked as a dental hygienist and lived in Palencia, where she noticed the first symptoms in the month of May, in full confinement of the country. “He was dizzy and nauseous, and he also began to see badly,” says his cousin, Beatriz. In the emergency department they saw “that something was wrong” and She was sent directly to the Valladolid Clinic where, with evidence that she had a large tumor on the left side of the brain, they decided to operate “as soon as possible.” According to her mother, Lidia García, her ordeal began at that moment: “She spent ten days there completely alone until she was finally operated on on May 14.”
After the operation, they sent Lidia home to recover while they waited for a biopsy of the excised tumor, which, according to the family, “they sent León.” Y nothing was known about those results until two months later, when the young woman had already died.
“It was necessary to give a name and surname to the cancer she suffered so that the Burgos oncologist could give her a treatment as much as possible,” explains Lidia, who praises the work of the professionals who treated them at the Burgos HUBU because “they took a lot of trouble trying to someone to pass on the information about Lidia’s tumor. ”
After being discharged, they were assured that “the results would take only a few days”her mother confesses. “She had just been operated on for a brain tumor, they sent her home with paracetamol,” laments Lidia, who does not understand why they prescribed her “to reduce cortisone”, since “she was left abandoned, without any treatment.” After a week with no news, the family decided to call the Valladolid Clinic to obtain some information. “Ten days after calling, they came to recriminate her that she was very heavy,” says the deceased’s cousin.
Meanwhile, the doctors of the Valladolid capital insisted that the results should be sent from León and Lidia, unfortunately, it began to get worse at her home in Melgar. «On June 25, we returned to consult with the neurosurgeon who had operated on her in Valladolid because my daughter had a lot of tremor in her hands., he got up and barely knew how to walk and he forgot things a lot “, explains his mother, who affirms that the treatment received there” was inhuman “:” The doctor did not even get up from the table and only asked when we had an appointment with the oncologist, that we explain it to him », indicates Lidia.
Time was running against the young woman and no one seemed to know anything about the reports that would catalog the exact ailment that was gradually leaving her speechless, without mobility and without memory. “The Burgos oncologist could not do anything without knowing what type of tumor Lidia had and therefore without a diagnosis, the disease progressed without being able to treat her and all due to the delay and chaos of the coronavirus,” her mother denounces. «They even told us at the Clinic that if we thought that the tests took little time, that there was a lot of work with the coronavirus. My daughter has not died of covid, but has paid the same ”.
Finally, amid the chaos, Lidia passed away on July 12 without having received a diagnosis and without having undergone any treatment. «They let her die without telling us what was happening and I have the reports because I insisted so much and they sent them to me when my daughter had already died ”, laments Lidia García. “I do not ask for anything, because I am not going to get my daughter back, but I want to know the injustice that has been committed to her,” he concludes.