Momar Sakanoko french basketball prospect has officially retired from his professional career

Unbelievable news, Momar Sakanoko has officially announced that he is retiring from his professional career to focus on his dreams.

The French basketball star has posted on his social media, that he is ready to switch route and he is building his own company.

Momarsakanokois a french prospect, consdered as one of the brightest talent out of France, hehad a successfulseasonplaying for the club of bahia basket. 

NBA scouts and Gm’s started to show strong interest, however, Momar had other plans.

Momar is to build an agency to help talents achieve their goals.

The Be Great Company is a worldwide company serving some of the talents, brands an properties.

Momar is well known when it come to sports and this is a huge advantage as he started his business career.

Throughout his career he invested in many real estate and e-commerce ventures. He is now exploring something new but Momar’s vision will keep him on the track of success.

The former professional player and now entrepreneur is known to be a hard-working individual and believes that the first step to success comes with ambition.

Momar’s future is bright,  he has a lot of plans and set goals for himself.

He told in a previous interview that he wants to create Be Great Charity, to give back to his community by providing opportunities to people in need. Encouraging move by the french star who should take place beginning of 2021.

It wouldn’tbe a surprise to seeMomar and the Be Great Company being at the top. 

Be Great Company has all the potential to be the next big thing, and with Momar’s vision it shouldn’t take time.


Xiaomi sells 350,000 Mi 11 units in only five minutes

Before the end of last month, Xiaomi took the wraps off the Mi 11, the world’s first cell phone to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset. Today the organization had its first sale of the gadget in its home market of China, and it would seem that it was a resonating achievement.

Xiaomi managed to sell more than 350,000 Mi 11 units in only five minutes. The complete estimation of those surpassed CNY 1.5 billion. We’re assuming individuals in China have been persuaded by the phone’s astonishing specs to price ratio and we’re trusting Xiaomi launches it in different nations very soon.

The Mi 11 has a 6.81-inch 1440p 120 Hz AMOLED touchscreen that got an A+ rating from DisplayMate, a triple back camera setup with a 108 MP main shooter, a 13 MP ultrawide, and a 5 MP macro cam, a 20 MP selfie shooter embedded in the screen’s punch-hole, 8/12 GB of RAM, 128/256GB of storage, and a 4,600 mAh battery with 55W fast wired charging and 50W fast wireless charging. The Mi 11 runs Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 on top.


Tesla Model S “Refresh” detected with Plaid-style widebody and new wheels close to HQ

A Tesla Model S “Refresh” with widebody, an updated back diffuser, and new wheels were spotted close to the organization’s Silicon Valley-based headquarters with respect to New Year’s Day.

Photographs of a blue Model S with chrome-deleted trim and a visibly-wider stance could give further validation that Tesla’s flagship sedan is on course for its hotly anticipated design refresh that incorporates Tesla’s next-generation Tri-motor Plaid Powertrain.

Ryan Levenson of The Kilowatts Youtube channel detected the novel Model S with maker plates on Friday, early afternoon, close to the crossing point of Arastradero Road and Purissima Road in Palo Alto, California.

It’s the first known locating of a Model S with factory widebody on public streets since the organization’s September 2020 teasing of a record-setting Plaid Model S.

Arastradero Road close to Tesla headquarters is no stranger to seeing Tesla alpha and prototype vehicles, and a pathway that is become synonymous with an unofficial testbed for new vehicles and Autopilot improvement.

Notwithstanding the matte black window trim seen on the Model S Refresh, further recommending that Tesla will get rid of chrome trim altogether and will probably update prospects versions of its flagship Model X SUV with comparable “chrome delete”, new wheels, and changed headlights were likewise spotted.

Design changes to the Model S front fascia seemed negligible in the photographs seen by Teslarati. While it’s not clear if Tesla will make any huge updates to the front bumper design (as it did in 2016 when the Model S “nosecone” was supplanted) when production of the Tri-motor Model S starts this year, sightings of the race-prepared Nürburgring Model S would recommend that extra cooling vents and a somewhat more aggressive lower lip would be the degree of any significant cosmetic updates.

Delivery of Tesla’s Model S with Tri-Motor Plaid powertrain is required to start in late 2021, at a beginning cost of $139.990. Tesla Model S Plaid will be capable of 520+ miles of range and have 0-60 mph performance in less than 2 seconds, as indicated by the maker.


Xiaomi affirms the Poco F2 is in transit

The first Xiaomi-created Pocophone was a surprise hit when it launched in 2018, offering nearly all that you would anticipate from a flagship phone at a ~$300 price point (however it didn’t generally work in the United States). More phones have been released under the Poco brand from that point forward, yet there hasn’t been a direct sequel to the original F1. Gossipy tidbits about a potential Poco F2 have been coursing for some time, and now Xiaomi has affirmed it’s in transit.

The Twitter represent Poco in India published a promotional video on December 31st, generally serving as a review about the brand in 2020. Notwithstanding, close to the end of the video (around 0:44), “The F2” flashes on-screen for a brief second. This gives off an impression of being the first time Xiaomi/Poco has authoritatively recognized that a Poco F2 is in progress, however, the Poco F2 Pro was released a year ago.

There isn’t much else in the method of affirmed data at this moment, however different leaks point to the F2 having a Snapdragon 732G chipset, four back cameras, a 120Hz AMOLED screen, 4,250mAh battery, and NFC support. The first Poco F1 remarkably needed NFC, in the same way as other of the other budget phones Xiaomi has created over the past few years.


The LG Wing’s dual screens get somewhat simpler to use in a new software update

LG’s screen-turning Wing was one of the most interesting looking cell phones of 2020, yet its unique design was kept down by poor software support. Another software update, out today for the Verizon-exclusive gadget, hopes to help address those issues by adding some new dual-screen functionality.

In particular, Droid Life reports that the new update makes it a lot simpler to send applications to and from the smaller display to the main one (a process that recently elaborate some convoluted menu fighting.) With the new update, there’s currently a “send” button that shuttle applications from one display to the next, alongside a “restart” button to relaunch applications that progress over inadequately. You can likewise use a third-finger gesture to achieve a comparative task. At long last, LG has added application names to the homescreen when the phone is turned open, improving it look like the standard Android homescreen.

LG has additionally fixed one of the greatest pet peeves about the second display, adding media controls for all applications to the second display when viewing (rather than simply a handful of select applications, as YouTube.) Now, applications like Netflix will offer comparable functionality.

There’s likewise a few other extra features in the update, including the ability to automatically scan QR codes in the camera application, a new wallpaper, a coordinating 5G icon, and a November security patch.

On the off chance that you own a LG Wing, you’ll have the option to install the update currently by checking for a software update in the settings application.


The first wearable gadget from OnePlus could be a modest fitness band

OnePlus uncovered recently that it will release a smartwatch in 2021, however it’s as yet indistinct in the event that it will use Google’s Wear OS platform or custom-built software (like Huawei and Samsung’s wearables). Notwithstanding, if another report is precise, a less expensive fitness band may arrive at the end line before a full-blown OnePlus smartwatch is prepared.

Android Central is revealing that OnePlus will release a fitness band before its regular smartwatch is prepared. The band is relied upon to show up at some point in the first quarter of 2021, and will be priced around $40. That places it in competition with the Xiaomi Mi Band 5, Galaxy Fit2, Wyze Band, and other low-end wearables. The OnePlus band is probably going to have an AMOLED screen, water resistance, and multi-day battery life.

Given the close proximity of OnePlus to Oppo, any fitness band from OnePlus could be founded on the Oppo Band, which was released in June. The Oppo Band has a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen, 12 sports tracking modes, waterproofing up to 50 meters, however no GPS. It costs CNY 199, which works out to be around $30 at the current swapping scale.


PS5 consoles may soon be significantly simpler to purchase

In the event that you’ve been having a few troubles making sure about a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox Series X, you certainly are in good company. In the run-up to Christmas, supply was disappointingly scant, with new consoles selling out pretty much the minute they went in stock anyplace. For the PlayStation 5, in any event, we may see these stock woes ease in the new year – at least assuming a new report is to be believed.

As per DigiTimes (by means of Gematsu), Sony managed to ship 3.4 million PlayStation 5 units worldwide in the console’s first four weeks of accessibility, which is unquestionably a great number. The PlayStation 5 was released in the US, Japan, Australia, South Korea, and New Zealand on November 12th, while it advanced toward Europe and different regions of the world on November 19th. Critically, that sort leaves out the last couple of weeks before Christmas, so it wouldn’t be amazing to discover that total PS5 shipments are somewhat higher now.

Obviously, the PS5 is selling out as fast as Sony and its manufacturing partners can create stock, yet it appears to be that creation will get a lift in the new year too. DigiTimes’ report additionally says that PS5 creation is relied upon to arrive at 16.8 to 18 million units in 2021, which will be aided by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) giving AMD more foundry capacity to produce the PS5’s CPU.

The expectation is that with this extra foundry capacity, downstream creation will have the option to increase also. While PS5 stock will at present be rare in the coming many months, it may not be an excessive amount of longer before stock starts to find interest – accepting, obviously, that DigiTimes’ report (which depends on claims from “industry sources”) is precise.

For the time being, however, the PS5 is rare, and despite the fact that we’re formally on the opposite side of the Christmas shopping season, we don’t anticipate that stock burdens should ease for a brief period in any event. In case you’re attempting to make sure about a console for yourself, make certain to look at our tips and tricks guide for beating the scalpers, bots, and your regular human competition.


HomePod Mini presently works with select 18W chargers following the 14.3 software update

Recently, Apple released a 14.3 software update for the HomePod and HomePod mini, and it has since been found that this update permits the HomePod mini to be powered by select 18W chargers.

As noted in a Reddit string spotted by The 8-Bit, and affirmed by MacRumors, the HomePod mini presently works with Apple’s own 18W USB-C power adapter and select third-party 18W power adapters from brands like Aukey. One client was even ready to power the HomePod mini with an 18W battery pack from Cygnett, taking into consideration compact use.

Already, when attempting to use the HomePod mini with a power adapter rated below 20W, the speaker would basically display an orange light and not function. This may even now be the situation with certain 18W power adapters, as certain power profiles might be required.

Apple incorporates a 20W power adapter with the HomePod mini, yet numerous clients may have a 18W power adapter from an iPhone 11 Pro or other gadget.

To check if your HomePod mini is running the 14.3 software update, open the Home application on an iPhone, tap on the house icon in the top-left corner, tap on Home Settings, and tap on Software Update. ‌‌‌‌HomePod‌‌‌‌‌ software updates are installed automatically, except if the feature is disabled‌‌‌‌, however updates can likewise be installed manually.


You would now be able to reserve a preorder for Samsung Galaxy S21

Samsung’s Galaxy S21 lineup of phones will supposedly debut on January 14th. On the off chance that there’s even a slight possibility you may get one, you would now be able to put a reservation to ensure a preorder slot when those become accessible, which they generally just after an Unpacked event ends.

Samsung’s page will bring down some essential data like your name, email address, and zip code in exchange for dibs on getting one of these new phones. You won’t pay anything to reserve your preorder — Samsung will gather that once you really order the phone yourself. However, what you can likewise do now is get a statement for a phone you may jump at the chance to trade in.

You can get up to $700 of instant trade-in credit toward the purchase of a Galaxy S21 on the off chance that you trade an iPhone 12 series phone, or one of Samsung’s own Note 20 and S20 phones. It’s in any event, presenting to $550 of trade-in credit for specific phones for cracked screens. Samsung super wants you to preorder one of these new phones.

Reserving one of Samsung’s upcoming phones before the preorders start will net you $50 to use on accessories like smartwatches and earbuds, and by using the Shop Samsung application for Android, you’ll get an extra $10 in addition. There’s typically another nice preorder perk reported when the phones launch. For past launches, Samsung has offered at least $100 in gift cards notwithstanding different treats, so it should be an extraordinary worth in case you’re in the market for a new device.

You’ll probably want to get up to speed with the rumors and leaks on the off chance that you haven’t as of now, as there are a lot of them. First of all, Samsung itself affirmed that the Galaxy S21 will support the S Pen stylus. We’ve likewise observed what seems, by all accounts, to be a leak of the official mysteries for the S21 series, flaunting some phone colors and the revamped back camera array.


Xiaomi Mi 11 declared with Snapdragon 888 and 120Hz OLED display

Xiaomi has declared their new flagship for 2021: the Mi 11. The Chinese variant of the phone sports a modified design and redesigned specs that give a decent gander at the sort of high-end features top Android phones will deliver with in the coming year, as indicated by AnandTech. There will undoubtedly be a few changes to the European and global versions of the Mi 11, yet until further notice, this is an early look into what’s probably going to be 2021’s first significant Android flagship.

The progressions to the design of the Mi 11 in contrast with the Mi 10 seem minor. From the front, the display is somewhat bigger at 6.81-inches in comparison to the Mi 10’s 6.67-inch screen. That additional space appears to have come from shrinking the bezels of the gadget (always welcome), while expanding the height and keeping up the curved sides and hole-punch camera on the front.

What’s all the more energizing is the 3200×1440 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate on the new OLED display, two features that have fast become absolute necessities on modern flagships, however obviously they’re woefully missed on the most recent iPhones. In another notable difference, the Mi 11 will likewise feature an under-display fingerprint sensor.

The rear of the Mi 11 holds the more visible changes. The iPhone X-esque vertical camera “pill” of the Mi 10 is gone, and in it’s place is a thin glass “layer cake.” The Mi 11 features three back cameras: a 108-megapixel main sensor, a five-megapixel telephoto, and a 13 megapixel ultra-wide. The Mi 11 likewise has faster 50W wireless charging (already on the Mi 10 Pro) to combine with its 4600mAh battery.

Moving from the battery to the rest of the internals, the Mi 11 is controlled by the Snapdragon 888 and offers either 8GB or 12GB of RAM. Storage begins at 128GB or 256GB, which is shockingly still liberal in the cell phone world. Like most new cell phones, the Mi 11 additionally has Wi-Fi 6 and support for 5G. Notably missing from the Mi 11 is a charging block. The CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, affirmed the Mi 11 will continue in Apple and (supposedly) Samsung’s footsteps in eliminating the charging block from the case for environmental and cost-saving reasons.

The Chinese version of the Xiaomi Mi 11 is accessible for pre-order today, and will begin transporting January 1st. The cost for the entry level 8GB RAM/128GB of storage model is listed at ¥3999.00 (around $611).