2023.03.22 07:30 easydecking Transform Your Outdoor Space with These Eye-Catching Flooring Ideas!
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Composite decking has recently become popular to add a touch of style to outdoor living spaces. From its renewable and low-maintenance features to its excellent durability, composite decking has a lot to offer to transform an outdoor area into a beautiful and stylish one.
Here are Four Great Outdoor Flooring Ideas
● A Laid-Back Look:Installing composite boards in a horizontal pattern can create a laid-back look while providing a secure yet stylish foundation. Composite boards' classic and timeless look will easily blend into almost any backyard style. With composite decking, there are a lot of design options available. You can use intricate patterns and different shapes or create a unique look. Consider mixing and matching between different shades of composite decking, or use contrasting colors and textures to update your outdoor living space.
● Add Color and Functionality:Composite Decking is available in a massive range of natural colors, and you can use these to your advantage to create a truly classic look. Go for a more traditional look by using neutral-colored composite decking as the primary color and then adding a coordinating railing and posts to complete the look. Light colors, such as greys, will brighten and open up the space, while warm colors, such as browns, will add a cozy feeling. You can also incorporate functionality into your composite decking with steps, bench seating, or planter boxes and interest to your outdoor area.
● Create a Multi-Level Deck.Composite decking allows you to create a multi-level deck that utilizes the corner of your home or yard. You can add steps or use linear or spiral stairs to create a unique and attractive area. By incorporating planters, furniture, and a railing, you can create a great space and make your outdoor area look polished and beautiful. To speed up the installation process, use pre-stained composite boards, which eliminate the need for sanding and staining after installation. Doing this will ensure your backyard is ready to use as soon as possible, and you can sit back and enjoy your outdoor area even faster.
● Get Creative.Composite decking is an excellent choice for anyone looking to update the look of their outdoor space. And with the wide range of colors, finishes, and designs available, you can quickly transform your outdoor area into a space that reflects your style and personality.
Wrapping upOutdoor flooring can be a great way to add style and functionality to any outdoor space. Consider your climate, the type of use, and the overall aesthetic when selecting the best option for your outdoor area. With so many composite flooring options available, you're sure to find the perfect outdoor flooring solution for your home.
No matter what type of composite boards you're looking for, Easy Decking Wholesalers has you covered. We offer a wide variety of top-quality composite outdoor flooring options designed to look great and last for years. Contact us today for a free quote!
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2023.03.22 07:26 TinyTukee Making a reading area in the corner of living room. Shelves are built in; going for a mid-century vibe. What sort of lighting should I go with? Table lamp? Wall mount? Style? The kind that arches up over the back? What goes under the TV? Don't need shelving or storage. We're mounting the sound bar.
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2023.03.22 07:25 HughEhhoule The Klink Mike's Story Part 1
2023.03.22 07:21 Tigreal Patch Notes 1.7.68 - Org. Server
For the upcoming March season, aside from the usual hero adjustments, we've also optimized the gameplay of some older heroes such as Layla and Freya. We hope they'll be back with a spring in their step, ready to shine upon the battlefield!
[Revamped Hero: Courageous Warrior - Minsitthar]
The following heroes have undergone significant adjustments in this patch: Joy, Freya, Layla, Wanwan, Badang, Esmeralda and Eudora.
The following uses (↑) (↓) (~) to indicate Buff, Nerf, and Adjustment.[Joy] (~)
The brand-new map "Harmonia" is available free for a limited-time! Featuring a new design, with new models, effects, and more. And the "Harmonia" Lord is stepping into the fray, too. Check it out!
[Sea Halberd] (↑)
[Necklace of Durance] (↑)
[Twilight Armor] (Revamped)
[Rose Gold Meteor] (↑)
[Magic Blade] (↑)
[Blood Wings] (↑)
[Thunder Belt] (↑)
[Clock of Destiny] (↓)
[Ice Queen Wand] (↑)
[Fleeting Time] (↑)
[Dominance Ice] (↑)
[Black Ice Shield] (↑)
We've adjusted [Aegis] and [Revitalize] to more clearly differentiate them from [Vengeance]. Heroes of different roles should now have more viable choices for defensive Battle Spells.
As the meta evolves, certain heroes have gone through a lot of changes compared to their original playstyle and abilities. Therefore, we decided to update their roles to better fit their playstyle.
1- New Epic skin Vale "Keeper of the Winds" will be available on March 27, 2023. Original Price: 899 Diamonds, 30% off during launch week.
Fragment Shop Adjustments on March 22 (Server Time)
b- Hero Fragment Shop
8 Free Heroes: Server Time 03/24/2023 05:01:00 to 03/31/2023 05:00:00 (Tap the Settings button on the top-right corner of the main page to check.)
The following will be removed from the Shop on 4/30 23:59 (Server Time): Karrie "Dragon Queen", Aldous "The Insentient", Chou "Go Ballistic", Masha "Combat Maiden", Ling "Street Punk", Benedetta "Street Blow", Yi Sun-shin "Azure Sentry", Sun "Simian Curse", Luo Yi "Siren Priestess", and Ruby "Pirate Parrot".
1- Season 27 will end on 03/24/2023 at 23:59:59 (Server Time).
1- Recharge 20 Diamonds to claim the S28 First Recharge Avatar Border for free!
1- From April 5 - May 28, ALLSTAR exclusive skin [Miya "Atomic Pop Miya"] and its Custom Action Bundle will be added to the Shop. 30% off for the first 21 days!
Four permanent skins, permanent hero choice, limited-time resources, Diamonds and more, all FREE and waiting to be claimed! You don't want to miss this!
1- MLBB X Transformers draw event: MLBB X Transformers skins Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Soundwave & Ravage, Grimlock and Starscream available for a limited time!
The Dawning Stars series exclusive skins and resources will return for a limited-time from 5/9 - 6/2 (Bruno "Firebolt", Lancelot "Swordmaster", Chou "Thunderfist", Vale "Blizzard Storm", and Esmeralda "The Foreseer")!
Added the [Savings Box] feature: After purchasing/subscribing to the Weekly Diamond Pass, if you logged in on a particular day but forgot to claim your Weekly Diamond Pass rewards, they will be available the following day in your [Savings Box] (located on the Weekly Diamond Pass page). These can be claimed at any time, so don't worry about rewards you forgot to claim!
1- From 4/1 00:00:00 - 4/30 23:59:00, spend 10 Diamonds to participate in the draw for a chance to get a StarLight Card or Premium StarLight Card!
1- Starting 4/1 00:00 (Server Time), purchase Premium StarLight Membership to get the exclusive name [Astral Star] that will be valid during April StarLight.
1- Bonuses and Protection that affect Hero Power are now shown more clearly on the post-game screen.
1- Optimized the Mythic Points system to the Stars system and added a new rank, Mythical Honor, at 25 stars.
After the version update, buying/subscribing to/renewing Weekly Diamond Passes or subscribing to/renewing Weekly Ticket Passes/Monthly Ticket Passes will all count toward Recharge Events and grant the following task progress:
Changed the Flag Change Card cooldown period to 3 months. Flag Change Cards will also be available for 70% off.
1- Optimized game [Terms] and their descriptions in the [Tutorial].
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2023.03.22 07:15 Wisson_Robotics Wisson Robotics launches Nimbo™ Series pliable robotic manipulators to empower service industries
Wisson robotics, founded in 2019, launches the Nimbo™ pliable robotic manipulator series to the global market, based on the patented Pliabot® technology resulting from over a decade of scientific research, offering unparalleled combinations of compliance, dexterity, lightweight, and safety, providing scenario-oriented solutions to robotic services across a variety of applications. The most iconic innovations include the use of patented Pliabot® compliant muscles as motion generation units and compact high-speed pneumatic controllers, in contrast to electric motors in conventional robotic manipulators.submitted by Wisson_Robotics to pliablerobot [link] [comments]
From the emergence of robotic manipulators in the late 20th century, the primary criteria of optimization had always leaned towards industrial manufacturing, where industrial robotic manipulators were expected to transcend human physical capabilities in terms of speed, accuracy, and payload. Moving from safety cages in factories towards people-dense natural environments of the mass population, strength and power quickly became less applicable, replaced by new core challenges such as interaction safety, environmental adaptability, and energy efficiency. The emerging Cobot (collaborative robots) technology was targeting such performance indices, but was fundamentally constrained by the same motor-joint paradigm inherited from industrial robots, resulting in even higher reliance in precision manufacturing and high-frequency advanced control algorithms, both hindering its cost-effectiveness, fail-safety, and adaptability to random changes.
Powered by Pliabot®, a fundamental actuator-level innovation
In recent years, multiple drivers have pushed the service robots industry to surpass manufacturing industrial robots in terms of annual growth, ranging from global population aging and general labor shortage, to consumer upgrading and AI-availability. This calls for new, intelligent robots to be able to work interactively in natural human-dense environments safely, efficiently, effectively, and economically. Such robots are required to have manipulators that are dexterous, flexible, adaptive to physical interactions, as well as having a high payload-to-weight ratio.
Wisson offers the patented Pliabot® technology, aiming at the above emerging needs of service robot applications, based on over a decade of scientific research. The core of the Pliabot® technology is the deployable structure pliable robotic muscles made from compliant materials, driven by pneumatics or hydraulics by the proprietary integrated motion control platform SlimDrive™, paired with intelligent algorithmic platform SlimEngine™. Together they form a groundbreaking paradigm of using compliant materials and fluidic drive to make safe, flexible, dexterous, lightweight, but strong and accurate robotic manipulators specifically for service robots.
Four primary advantages enabling a new horizon of service robot applications
Wisson’s Nimbo™ pliable manipulator series, with mechanistically guaranteed fail-safety and impact safety, human-arm level payload-to-weight ratio and accuracy, pave the way to a brand new horizon of wider applications for service robots. The primary performance advantages include:
Dexterity and flexibility. The Wisson Nimbo™ series manipulators were developed on the proprietary Pliabot® platform technology, following a completely distinctive core structure from conventional motor-based robotic manipulators. Instead of having multiple electric motors as joints, a series (often dozens) of flexible Pliabot® muscles form a network, parallelly into joints and sequentially into a manipulator. Kinematic redundancy could easily be achieved by stacking multiple joints each containing a corresponding number of muscles, allowing the manipulator to posture infinitely in space to reach a particular target of operation. With the muscles being compliant, the pneumatic actuation medium being compressible, and the kinematics being easily redundant, the resulting Nimbo™ pliable manipulators could have substantial dexterity equivalent to 6-to-7-DoF or above in rigid motor-driven manipulators, as well as inherent flexibility and impact safety even with controller failure or power off.
Ultra-high payload-to-weight ratio. Payload-to-weight ratio reflects a robot’s workload capacity per unit weight. Due to material-level and structure-level innovations, Wisson Nimbo™ series pliable manipulators could achieve over 1:1 payload-to-weight ratio, and topping at 3:1 maximum ratio at certain postures, approaching and surpassing human-arm capacities. Compared with Cobots (0.2-0.3:1 typically) and industrial manipulators (0.1:1 typically), the Nimbo™ pliable manipulators have substantially lower inertial but remarkably higher strength per unit weight, making them safe and energy-efficient by manifolds, ideal for mobile applications and close-proximity deployments with humans.
Interaction safety. The core to service robots is interaction. Interacting with people, environments, handling objects, performing inspections, cleaning various surfaces, service robots are destined to maneuver through complex environments handling random situations while frequently performing physical interactions. This calls for unconditional, guaranteed interaction safety under all circumstances. With the patented Pliabot® core technology, Wisson Nimbo™ pliable manipulators are based on flexible muscle structures paired with SlimEngine™ tri-loop advanced feedback control, ensuring timely and effective adaptation to both routine task interactions and unpredicted environmental incidences; and under the worst circumstances such as power down or mechanistic failure, the natural compliance from both the material and structure could ensure bottom-line safety to avoid damages to both the environment and the robot.
Outstanding environmental resistance. With virtually no seams and gaps typically seen in conventional motor-based rigid robots, Wisson Nimbo™ pliable manipulators could achieve a list of remarkable characteristics of high durability and environmental resistance: waterproof, moisture-proof, dustproof, radiation enhancement, corrosion resistance, ultra-high voltage resistance, etc. Designed to endure hash environments, Nimbo™ could be deployed outdoors for long-term operations. It could be particularly suitable for extreme environments such as dust, muddy, oil, electromagnetic radiation, hydraulic pressure, etc.
The Nimbo™ manipulator enables a series of scenario-oriented end-products
Based on market research and industrial customer analysis, Wisson has developed the Nimbo™ series pliable manipulators with three distinctive lines, the KN600, KN800, and KN1000, and derived several service robot end-products based on them towards a variety of application scenarios, including the Orion series flying pliable robots for low-altitude inspection and maintenance operations, the Draco series ground operation pliable robots for industrial inspection and maintenance operations, and the Centaur series dual-arm ground manipulation pliable robots for precise manipulation operations in disaster relief and other public service applications.
Nimbo™ pliable manipulators, small size, high strength
Wisson Nimbo™ series pliable manipulators were developed based on the proprietary pliable core technologies, the Pliabot® high-performance bionic muscles, the SlimDrive™ high-precision pneumatic controllers, and the SlimEngine™ flexible intelligent algorithm platform. Thanks to the fundamental breakthroughs offered by those platform technologies, the Nimbo™ series pliable manipulators could achieve substantial performance advantages, keeping well balances between strength and weight, compliance and precision, while having outstanding environmental resistance. The series were further optimized into three distinctive product lines, the KN600, KN800, and KN1000 manipulators, each with unique kinematic structure and configurations, aiming towards different end-product application scenarios:
KN600 Series lightweight pliable robotic manipulators: 20 pliable muscles, 7 pliable DOFs, designed for lightweight general mobile operations and humanoid service operations with omnidirectional flexible installation;
KN800 Series retractable pliable robotic manipulators: 21 pliable muscles, 3 pliable DOFs, designed for aerial and hoisting operations, with 360 degrees flexibility and up to 15kg maximum payload, with a large expansion ratio for working in tight spaces, matching with various UAV platforms, hoisting platforms, and hanging rail robot platforms;
KN1000 Series pliable-rigid hybrid robotic manipulators: 8 muscles and 3 motors, enabling 3 pliable DOFs and 3 conventional rigid DOFs, designed for flexible operations with large workspace and omni-directional installation, achieving large-range, high-precision, high-speed flexible motion. The K1000 series are suitable for various mobile or stationary platforms for inspection, operation, flexible handling and logistics applications.
Orion flying arms, a revolutionary solution to precision aerial manipulation
Current mainstream UAV applications including aerial observation, geographic terrain mapping and agricultural operations assistance, do not require frequent physical contact or interaction between the UAV and the environment, focus on observation rather than intervention. However, with the expansion of customers' operational demands from observational operations to interventional or precision manipulations, UAVs need to be equipped with robotic manipulators for dexterous operations that are lightweight, strong, dexterous, and power efficient.
The Wisson Orion series flying pliable robots are comprised of retractable pliable manipulators mounted underneath commercial drones, forming complete solutions for remote aerial operations with direct physical interactions. This series offer unique characteristics of retractability, inherent flexibility, large payload with lightweight, remarkable environmental resistance, meanwhile, it is easy to mount with the UAV with diversified interfaces, and can be equipped with vision, olfaction, audition and other sensors as needed for maintenance, object transfer, and precision manipulation applications in petrochemical plants, energy and chemical industry, disaster rescue and other commercial or public services.
Draco ground operation platform, the omnipotent inspection robot
The Wisson Draco series includes three models designed based on Wisson proprietary MP series mobile platform and Pliabot technology, each with different working range and functions. The robot series have excellent mobility and autonomous navigation covering most indoor and outdoor scenarios due to the compact design. The platform can flexibly mount a variety of payloads including PTZ camera, pliable robotic manipulators, detection sensors and other modules. It can perform low, medium, high and multi-angle three-dimensional inspections based on the inspection equipment, and can manipulate various objects such as doors, press buttons, and change positions for data reading and testing. In addition, it can be flexibly equipped with different types of manipulator modules and lifting modules according to actual scenarios and operating requirements. The maximum operating height can reach 2.5m. It is widely used in industrial inspections, fire-fighting, energy O&M and other ground operations.
Founded in 2019, Wisson is an innovation-driven high-tech company headquartered in Shenzhen, China, dedicated to providing interactive & operational service robotic solutions to the industry and the vast public. The Wisson team have accumulated rich technological foundations and practical know-hows from a global perspective, committed to becoming a leading figure in bringing pliable robots to commercialization.
Wisson Robotics Ltd
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2023.03.22 07:04 king-starman Fighter: Unicorn Knight - Ride into battle and wield the power of radiant grace with this majestic fighter subclass for Anilorhn’s Guide to the New World
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2023.03.22 06:47 anttampsuspemeter Replacing Traditional Professional Electronic Static Single-Phase Watt hour meter
This electronic static single-phase watt-meter is an ideal product with special integrated circuit and SMT production technology.submitted by anttampsuspemeter to u/anttampsuspemeter [link] [comments]
It enjoys: high accuracy, high reliability, high stability, low power consumption, preventing creep, light and compact, strong overload capacity.
It is used for metering 50Hz single-phase alternating current energy, and it is a new product for replacing traditional inductance watt-hour meter.
2023.03.22 06:46 Syro8 Neglected E89 - advice requested
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I'm a fan of the BMW brand, and have had a few lovely examples over the years but my general car knowledge is woefully lacking, hence any advice would be really appreciated.
I've had my E89 23i sDrive for a couple of years now and I've really neglected it. I don't do many miles (about 5000 a year, not likely to increase) so I've not been so concerned, but I want to make spend some money on it to give it the attention it deserves and get it looking and performing as well as it should.
It has had a major service each year and flies through every MOT, so it's not in terrible shape.
I know it needs / I would like:
A. Due to low miles driven, the battery is frequently low on charge. I know this because sometimes it refuses to open / close the roof via the fob. I believe it's still got the original battery (it's a '59 plate). The car has 85k miles on the clock - should I be getting this replaced? How much would a decent replacement cost me?
B. I've given the leather seats absolutely zero love. They're in very decent nick given the age of the car (low mileage has helped with that) but I was wondering if there's a product I can use on them to help maintain them?
C. It's the 23i sDrive version I have. It is fast enough for fun drives, and the sports mode does make a notable difference, but sometimes more power would be nice - as the engine is naturally aspirated, I assume that essentially means I have no options of improving 0-60 times (other than ditching weight somehow)? I've seen people claim possible increases of 10% power output, I don't see how that can happen without having a turbo.
D. I have zero cup holders anywhere. This is really low importance for me but if getting one installed is relatively pain free I will do. Do people get these retrofitted and is it an easy job?
E. The netting behind the seats that holds items in place on that little shelf is forever freeing itself from it's clips - is this a common issue and is there a fix? Once I've clipped it all in, it feels solid in place but invariably when I come to check it again, it will have worked its' own way free somehow of at least a few of the clips.
Finally, other than yearly major services, is there anything else I should be on top of? As mentioned, I'm a very low mileage driver so the car spends most of its time under cover or making short, sporty hops around country lanes with the roof down, long drives are very rare and it never goes on a track.
Any advice would be bonza. Cheers, chaps.
2023.03.22 06:46 techgeek2030 Samsung's Galaxy A54: A Mid-Range Marvel
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While Samsung's high-end smartphones like the Galaxy S and foldables capture the limelight, the company's mid-range Galaxy A series is equally crucial. Last year, the Galaxy A53 was among the best mid-range phones available. This year, Samsung is launching its successor, the Galaxy A54, which was unveiled recently and is set to go up for pre-order on March 30th. Here's everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy A54.
Design & Specs
The Galaxy A54 features a flat 6.4-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display with relatively slim bezels, similar to Samsung's premium smartphones. It has an IP67 rating, which means it's dust and water-resistant. The most significant change is the rear camera array, which features three individual camera sensors protruding from the body, as opposed to a large camera bump. The design language of the Galaxy A54 takes inspiration from Samsung's flagship Galaxy S23 lineup, making it look more premium than its predecessor. The phone comes in black and purple color options, setting it apart from other mid-range devices.
Under the hood, the Galaxy A54 is powered by the in-house Exynos 1380 chip, which provides a decent boost to performance over last year's Exynos 1280 in the A53. It has 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot supporting up to 1TB of additional storage. The phone has a 5,000mAh battery, providing two-day battery life.
The Galaxy A54's camera setup has a significant change from the A53. Samsung has replaced the 64MP primary shooter with a 50MP sensor, which should provide noticeable improvements in low-light and dynamic range. The 12MP ultra-wide and 5MP macro cameras remain unchanged. On the front, the phone has a 32MP selfie shooter capable of shooting 4K videos, making it better than the front-facing camera found on the S23 series.
Software & Support
The Galaxy A54 runs on Android 13-based One UI 5.1 and will receive four OS upgrades and security patches for five years after its launch, similar to the Galaxy A53.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 is an excellent mid-range phone, and with the Core Manager app, you can share files with ease. Core Manager is a third-party file share app that allows users to transfer files between devices quickly. The app supports various file types and sizes and works seamlessly with Samsung's devices. Core Manager is available for download on the Google Play Store and is free to use.
Price & Release Date
Samsung announced the Galaxy A54 5G on March 15th, and pre-orders are set to begin on March 30th. The phone will hit store shelves on April 6th and is priced at $450. However, those who pre-order the phone can save up to $250 by trading in their old devices. Additionally, Samsung is offering the Galaxy Buds Live for just $50 for those who purchase the A54.
The Galaxy A54 is an excellent mid-range phone that offers premium features at an affordable price. With a speedy processor, long-lasting battery, and a camera setup that rivals Samsung's premium devices, the A54 is an excellent choice for those looking for a budget-friendly phone. The addition of the Core Manager app makes it easy to share files with other devices, adding to the phone's usability. The A54 is set to become Samsung's most expensive and best mid-range smartphone for 2023.
2023.03.22 06:44 techgeek2030 Nokia G60 Review: A Solid Smartphone with Software Support
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Nokia has been known for its reliable and durable smartphones, and the Nokia G60 is no exception. The phone's durability and software support are some of its key selling points. In this review, we'll look at the design and handling, display, camera, and software.
The Nokia G60 has a conventional design with a 6.58-inch 1080p IPS display with an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. The panel is nicely sharp with vivid colors and a great amount of contrast for an LCD. The casing of the Nokia G60 is made of plastic, with the frame being 60% recycled. The rear panel is fully recycled plastic with a tactile blotchy texture. The phone feels balanced in the hand and is not too heavy at 190g.
The Nokia G60's display is sharp and retains most of its legibility when looked at from an angle. The panel has a blueish tint out of the box but can be fixed with the white balance slider. At 390 nits, the display is sufficiently bright, with an additional boost in Auto mode that pushes the panel to 440 nits in direct sunlight. The glass atop the display is Gorilla Glass 5.
The Nokia G60 has a 50MP main wide camera with an f/1.8 lens, a 5MP ultrawide unit with an f/2.2 lens and fixed focus, a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor, and an LED flash. The camera performs well in good lighting conditions but struggles in low light situations. The video recording quality is decent, with good stabilization.
The Nokia G60 runs on a relatively unmodified version of Android 12 with a Snapdragon 695 chipset and 6GB of RAM. The device runs smoothly with little to no hiccups or slowdown. Nokia promises three years of OS updates, three years of security patches, and three years of warranty, which enhances the phone's value if you plan on sticking with it for a few years.
If you're looking to transfer data from your Nokia G60 to another device or a Core Manager app, there are various ways to do so. One way is to use a cloud-based service like Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox to transfer your data wirelessly. Alternatively, you can transfer data through a USB cable, Bluetooth, or NFC. The Core Manager app is a third-party app that can help you manage your data more efficiently. With this app, you can transfer your data between devices seamlessly.
The Nokia G60 is a solid smartphone that offers a focus on environmental sustainability and software support. The phone's durability, software support, and clean Android software make it an excellent choice for those who want a reliable smartphone that will last for years. The phone's camera and display could be better, but they are adequate for most users. Overall, the Nokia G60 is a great value for those who prioritize software support and environmental sustainability.
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