Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiJune 22, 2019UPDATED: June 24, 2019 11:46 IST HIGHLIGHTSLG W10 will likely launch in India on June 26 as per leaked invite.The LG W10 will come with triple cameras, unique colours and customisable notch.It is also rumoured to pack a 4,000mAh battery and 6.2-inch display.LG will announce a brand new W series in India soon. We already know that the first phone in this new series will be called the LG W10. We also know that Amazon will sell the device after it goes official. The e-commerce platform has already revealed several key details about the LG W10 such as its triple camera setup and colour options. Now, we also know that LG plans to launch the W10 in India on Wednesday, June 26.An image of what looks to be the official invite for the LG W series event has made its way online, revealing the launch date as June 26. The event is expected to begin at 11:30am in New Delhi. LG may live stream the launch event, but there is no word on that just yet.LG W series smartphone(s) launching on June 26.#lg #LGW10 pic.twitter.com/z8q6nXBpKeMukul Sharma (@stufflistings) June 21, 2019The LG W10, from what we know so far, will be an affordable smartphone that will pack a few notable features such as a triple camera setup that will include a wide-angle lens and possible dedicated night mode for low-light photography, unique gradient colours and the option to customise the display notch.It is also rumoured that the LG W10 will pack a hefty 4,000mAh battery and will ship with Android 9 Pie. However, it is unclear whether it will be a stock Android interface or customised UI. The LG W10 will also come with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and will be offered in three colours – green, black and blue.advertisementThe LG W10 could either get a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset or a Snapdragon 439 SoC, as per past rumours. The handset is said to sport a 6.2-inch display and will be offered with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage as per its listing on the Android Enterprise website.ALSO READ | LG W10 specs leaked ahead of India launchGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow LGFollow LG W10 LG W10 launch date in India revealed to be June 26 as per leaked inviteAn image of what looks to be the official invite for the LG W series event has been leaked, revealing the launch date of the W10 in India as June 26. The LG W10 will come with a triple camera setup and customisable notch.advertisement
7 July 2011The United Nations is sparing no effort to assist the Central African Republic (CAR) in confronting serious challenges, including poverty, corruption and impunity, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in that country told the Security Council today. The United Nations is sparing no effort to assist the Central African Republic (CAR) in confronting serious challenges, including poverty, corruption and impunity, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in that country told the Security Council today.Margaret Vogt, who heads the UN Integrated Peacebuilding Office in the Central African Republic (BINUCA) told the 15-member body that, despite the gains made in recent years, the country still faces “serious” challenges. “It is afflicted with extreme poverty, weak national institutions, corruption, a high rate of violent crime perpetrated by armed movements and brigands, human rights violations and impunity,” she stated, as she presented Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest report on the activities of her office.“The United Nations system spared no effort in providing timely and integrated support to the Government and people of the Central African Republic in addressing these challenges,” she added. CAR completed legislative and presidential elections in January and March and last month signed a ceasefire agreement with the Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP), the only armed group not to have signed the June 2008 Libreville Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Ms. Vogt took note of the Government’s actions on political reform, poverty reduction, ceasefire agreements, and the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) of ex-combatants, and urged continued international assistance for those efforts. CAR, she said, “is at the crossroads of critical conflict zones, impacted by insecurity from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Sudan, with the possibility of an upsurge of insecurity across the Sudanese border as the country grapples with security challenges that would necessarily attend the creation of the new state of South Sudan.”South Sudan becomes independent from the rest of the country on Saturday, following a referendum staged in January.Ms. Vogt highlighted what the Secretary-General called the “dire” situation of women and children in CAR and said she was planning to establish a protection unit within BINUCA to “help coordinate these issues.”In a statement to the press after her briefing, Council members welcomed the Government’s commitment to fight corruption, its plans to increase DDR, the signing of the peace agreements, and the signing of a tripartite agreement between CAR, Chad and Sudan, but added that they were “concerned by the dire humanitarian situation.”The members “underline the importance of continuing to ensure the security of refugees, internal displaced persons and humanitarian personnel before a political solution to security concerns in the region can make their voluntary return possible,” the statement added.“They encourage the Central African authorities and the politico-military groups to play an active role in the prevention of human rights abuses.” The UN withdrew its peacekeeping operation from CAR and Chad last year at the end of its mandate, and has since concentrated on civilian peacebuilding efforts, including promoting reconciliation, supporting the DDR process, electoral assistance, reforming the security sector and helping efforts to restore State authority throughout the country.