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Even though the covid-19 pandemic is still continuing around the world, major tech firms tend to be inspired by recent developments and are taking the first steps to reintroduce workers at office.



Uber and Facebook also revealed this week that a small portion of their employees would be returning to some of their offices. Uber’s Mission Bay offices in San Francisco will reintroduce workers on Monday with a 20 percent occupancy rate, while Facebook plans to reopen select offices in the Bay Area on a rolling basis starting in May with a maximum seated capacity of up to 10%. On Monday, Microsoft’s Redmond, Washington, and surrounding campuses will be open to the public on a limited basis.

Reintroducing workers at Uber, Facebook, and Microsoft will be voluntary for the time being.



Depending on where they are situated, several of Facebook’s offices are in various stages of reopening. The organization looks at local health data, specifically local case statistics, vaccination rates, and local access to testing and therapeutics, among other items, to decide how and when to reopen.


In terms of other major tech firms, the Verge announced that Google’s intentions to return to the office are currently unclear. Google announced in 2020 that its staff will be able to operate from home until September of this year.


According to Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in December that it was unlikely that the majority of teams will return to work before June 2021. In the meantime, Twitter and Spotify are encouraging workers to work from home permanently.

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Menus and MenuBars

Pull-down and pop-up menus are supported by Swing. A menu bar can be associated with a top-level window. A menu bar lists all of the top-level menu options. A drop-down menu is linked with each option.

Constructors of MenuBar class

  • MenuBar():It creates a new Menu bar.
  • JMenuBar()

Public methods of Menubar class

  • Menu add(Menu m):It adds the specified menu to the menu bar.
  • Menu getMenu(int i):It gets the specified menu.
  • Int getMenuCount():It gets the number of menus on the menu bar.
  • Void remove(int index):It removes  the menu located at the  specified  index from this menu bar.
  • Void remove(MenuComponent m):It removes the specified menu component from  this menu bar.

Menu class

A pull-down menu component that is deployed from a menu bar is represented by the menu class. Within a menu, we can establish a hierarchy of submenus.

Constructors of Menu Class

  • Menu():It constructs a new menu with an empty label.
  • Menu(String label):It constructs a new menu with the specified label.
  • Menu(String label,boolean teareof):It constructs a new menu with the specified label,indicating whether the menu can be torn off.
  • JMenu()
  • JMenu(String)

 Public methods of Menu Class

  • MenuItem add(MenuItem mi):It adds the specified menu item to this menu.
  • Void addSeparator():Its adds  a separator line,or a hyphen,to the menu at the current position.
  • MenuItem getItem(int index):It gets the item located at the specified index of this menu.
  • Int getItemCount():it gets the number of items in this menu.
  • Void insert(MenuItem menuitem,int index):it inserts a menu item into this menu at the specified position.
  • Void insertSeparator(int index):it inserts a separator at the specified position.
  • Void remove(int index):It removes the menu item at the specified index from this menu.
  • Void remove(MenuComponent item):It removes the specified menu item from this menu.
  • Void removeAll():It removes all items from this menu.

MenuItem Class

The class MenuItem, or one of its subclasses, should be used to create all menu items. It comes with a simple named menu item by default.

Constructor of MenuItem class

  • MenuItem():It constructs a new menuitem with an empty label and no keyboard shortcut.
  • MenuItem(String label):It constructs a new menuitem with the specified label and no keyboard shortcut.
  • Menu(String label,MenuShortcut s):It constructs a new menu item with an associated keyboard shortcut.

Swing JMenuItem

Some of the constructor to create actual item in a menu:

  • JMenuItem()
  • JMenuItem(String text)
  • JMenuItem(Icon icn)
  • JMenuItem(String text,Icon icon)
  • JMenuItem(String text,int mnemonic)

 Public methods of MenuItem Class

  • Void deleteShortcut()
  • String getActionCommand()
  • String getLabel()
  • Boolean isEnabled()
  • Void setActionCommand(String Command)
  • Void setEnabled(boolean b)
  • Void setLabel(String label)
  • Void setShortcut(MenuShortcut s)

Examples:

package swings_2;

import javax.swing.*; 

class swingmenu 

 JMenu menu, submenu; 

 JMenuItem i1, i2, i3, i4, i5; 

 swingmenu(){ 

 JFrame f= new JFrame(“Menu and MenuItem Example”); 

 JMenuBar mb=new JMenuBar(); 

 menu=new JMenu(“Menu”); 

 submenu=new JMenu(“Sub Menu”); 

 i1=new JMenuItem(“Item 1”); 

 i2=new JMenuItem(“Item 2”); 

 i3=new JMenuItem(“Item 3”); 

 i4=new JMenuItem(“Item 4”); 

 i5=new JMenuItem(“Item 5”); 

 menu.add(i1); menu.add(i2); menu.add(i3); 

 submenu.add(i4); submenu.add(i5); 

 menu.add(submenu); 

 mb.add(menu); 

 f.setJMenuBar(mb); 

 f.setSize(400,400); 

 f.setLayout(null); 

 f.setVisible(true); 

public static void main(String args[]) 

new swingmenu(); 

}}

Output:

CheckBoxMenuItem Class

The CheckboxMenuItem class represents a check box that can be found in a menu. Selecting a check box in the menu toggles the status of the control from on to off or off to on.

Constructors:

  • CheckboxMenuItem():It creates a check box menu item with an empty label.
  • CheckBoxMenuItem(label):It creates a check box menu item with specified label.
  • CheckboxMenuItem(label,boolean state):It creates a checkbox menu item with the specified label and state.

Public methods:

  • booleangetState()
  • voidsetState(boolean b)

Swing JcheckBoxMenuItem

Some of the constructor to create a check box which can be included in a menu:

  • JCheckboxMenuItem()
  • JCheckBoxMenuItem(String text)
  • JCheckboxMenuItem(Icon icn):
  • JCheckBoxMenuItem(String text, boolean state)
  • JCheckBoxMenuItem(String text,Icon icn)
  • JCheckBoxMenuItem(String text,Icon icn,boolean state)

Example:

package swings_2;

import java.awt.event.ActionEvent; 

import java.awt.event.ActionListener; 

import java.awt.event.KeyEvent; 

import javax.swing.AbstractButton;

import javax.swing.Icon; 

import javax.swing.JCheckBoxMenuItem; 

import javax.swing.JFrame; 

import javax.swing.JMenu; 

import javax.swing.JMenuBar; 

import javax.swing.JMenuItem; 

public class JavaCheckBoxMenuItem { 

 public static void main(final String args[]) { 

 JFrame frame = new JFrame(“Jmenu Example”); 

 frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); 

 JMenuBar menuBar = new JMenuBar(); 

 // File Menu, F – Mnemonic 

 JMenu fileMenu = new JMenu(“File”); 

 fileMenu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_F); 

 menuBar.add(fileMenu); 

 // File->New, N – Mnemonic 

 JMenuItem menuItem1 = new JMenuItem(“Open”, KeyEvent.VK_N); 

 fileMenu.add(menuItem1); 

 JCheckBoxMenuItem caseMenuItem = new JCheckBoxMenuItem(“Option_1”); 

 caseMenuItem.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_C); 

 fileMenu.add(caseMenuItem); 

 ActionListener aListener = new ActionListener() { 

 public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent event) { 

 AbstractButton aButton = (AbstractButton) event.getSource(); 

 boolean selected = aButton.getModel().isSelected(); 

 String newLabel; 

 Icon newIcon; 

 if (selected) { 

 newLabel = “Value-1”; 

 } else { 

 newLabel = “Value-2”; 

 } 

 aButton.setText(newLabel); 

 } 

 }; 

caseMenuItem.addActionListener(aListener); 

 frame.setJMenuBar(menuBar); 

 frame.setSize(350, 250); 

 frame.setVisible(true); 

 } 

} 

Output:

Swing JRadioButtonMenuItem

The JRadioButtonMenuItem class represents a Radio Button which can be included in a menu.Selecting the Radio Button in the menu changes control’s state from on to off or fro off to on.It can be created by using following constructors:

  • JRadioButtonMenuItem()
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(String text)
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(Icon icn)
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(String text,boolean state)
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(Icon icn,boolean state)
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(String text,Icon icn)
  • JRadioButtonMenuItem(String text,Icon icn,boolean state)

Example:

package swings_2;

import java.awt.event.KeyEvent;

import javax.swing.ButtonGroup;

import javax.swing.JFrame;

import javax.swing.JMenu;

import javax.swing.JMenuBar;

import javax.swing.JRadioButtonMenuItem;

public class RadioButtonMenuSample {

 public static void main(String args[]) {

 JFrame f = new JFrame(“JRadioButtonMenuItem Sample”);

 f.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);

 JMenuBar bar = new JMenuBar();

 JMenu menu = new JMenu(“Options”);

 menu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_O);

 ButtonGroup group = new ButtonGroup();

 JRadioButtonMenuItem menuItem = new JRadioButtonMenuItem(“North”);

 group.add(menuItem);

 menu.add(menuItem);

 menuItem = new JRadioButtonMenuItem(“East”);

 group.add(menuItem);

 menu.add(menuItem);

 menuItem = new JRadioButtonMenuItem(“West”);

 group.add(menuItem);

 menu.add(menuItem);

 menuItem = new JRadioButtonMenuItem(“South”);

 group.add(menuItem);

 menu.add(menuItem);

 menuItem = new JRadioButtonMenuItem(“Center”);

 group.add(menuItem);

 menu.add(menuItem);

 bar.add(menu);

 f.setJMenuBar(bar);

 f.setSize(300, 200);

 f.setVisible(true);

 }

}

Output:

PopMenu Class

Popup menu represents a menu which can be dynamically popped up at a specified position within a component.

Swing JpopupMenu

  • JPopupMenu()
  • JPopupMenu(String text)

Example:

package swings_2;

import javax.swing.*; 

import java.awt.event.*; 

class PopupMenuExample 

 PopupMenuExample(){ 

 final JFrame f= new JFrame(“PopupMenu Example”); 

 final JLabel label = new JLabel(); 

 label.setHorizontalAlignment(JLabel.CENTER); 

 label.setSize(400,100); 

 final JPopupMenu popupmenu = new JPopupMenu(“Edit”); 

 JMenuItem cut = new JMenuItem(“File”); 

 JMenuItem copy = new JMenuItem(“Open”); 

 JMenuItem paste = new JMenuItem(“New”); 

 popupmenu.add(cut); popupmenu.add(copy); popupmenu.add(paste); 

 f.addMouseListener(new MouseAdapter() { 

 public void mouseClicked(MouseEvent e) { 

 popupmenu.show(f , e.getX(), e.getY()); 

 } 

 }); 

 cut.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){ 

 public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) { 

 label.setText(“cut MenuItem clicked.”); 

 } 

 }); 

 copy.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){ 

 public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) { 

 label.setText(“copy MenuItem clicked.”); 

 } 

 }); 

 paste.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){ 

 public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) { 

 label.setText(“paste MenuItem clicked.”); 

 } 

 }); 

 f.add(label); f.add(popupmenu); 

 f.setSize(400,400); 

 f.setLayout(null); 

 f.setVisible(true);

 } 

public static void main(String args[]) 

 new PopupMenuExample(); 

}

Output:

Examples:

package swings_2;

import java.awt.*;  

public class MenuExample  

{  

     MenuExample(){  

         Frame f= new Frame(“Menu and MenuItem Example”);  

         MenuBar mb=new MenuBar();  

         Menu menu=new Menu(“Menu”);  

         Menu submenu=new Menu(“Toolbar”);  

         MenuItem i1=new MenuItem(“New”);  

         MenuItem i2=new MenuItem(“Open”);  

         MenuItem i3=new MenuItem(“Save”);  

         MenuItem i4=new MenuItem(“Print”);  

         MenuItem i5=new MenuItem(“Done”); 

         CheckboxMenuItem tb=new CheckboxMenuItem(“Help”);

         menu.add(i1);  

         menu.add(i2);  

         menu.add(i3);  

         submenu.add(i4);  

         submenu.add(i5);

         menu.add(tb);

         menu.add(submenu);  

         mb.add(menu);  

         f.setMenuBar(mb);  

         f.setSize(400,400);  

         f.setLayout(null);  

         f.setVisible(true);  

}  

public static void main(String args[])  

{  

    new MenuExample();  

}  

}  

Output:

Setting Mnemonics,Accelerator and Tooltip Text

Mnemonics and acceleration are two types of keyboard options supported by the menu. Mnemonics are a method of using the keyboard to browse the menu hierarchy and so improve program accessibility. A mnemonic is a key that allows you to choose a menu item that is already visible. In most cases, a menu item’s mnemonic is displayed by bolding the first occurrence of the mnemonic character in the menu item’s text.We can specify mnemonic for menus and menu items by using setMnemonic() method as below:

JMenu filemenu=new Jmenu(“File”);

FileMenu.setMnemonic(‘F’);

Accelerators, on the other hand, provide keyboard shortcuts for browsing the menu hierarchy without having to use the mouse.An accelerator is a key combination that selects a menu item regardless of whether it is visible or not.

JMenuItem miopen =new JMenuItem(“Open”);

miopen.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_O,ActionEvent.ALT_MASK);;

Tooltips text are very useful because they explain to the users how to use a specific component.We use setToolTipText() method to specify the text to display in a tool tip.The text displays when the cursor lingers over the component.We can use getToolTipText() method to get the tooltip text.

Enabling and Disabling Menu

To disable  a MenuItem,use the seEnabled(boolean) method.If the argument is true,enable the ,menu item.Otherwise,disable the menu item.

Source code to demonstrate the  of Mnemonics,Accelerator , Enabling and Disabling Menu

package swings_2;

import java.awt.event.KeyEvent;

import javax.swing.JFrame;

import javax.swing.JMenu;

import javax.swing.JMenuBar;

import javax.swing.JMenuItem;

import javax.swing.UIManager;

public class menuEnableanddisable {

   public static void main(final String args[]) {

      JFrame frame = new JFrame(“MenuBar Demo”);

      frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);

      JMenuBar menuBar = new JMenuBar();

      JMenu fileMenu = new JMenu(“File”);

      fileMenu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_F);

      menuBar.add(fileMenu);

      JMenuItem menuItem1 = new JMenuItem(“New”, KeyEvent.VK_N);

      fileMenu.add(menuItem1);

      JMenuItem menuItem2 = new JMenuItem(“Open File”, KeyEvent.VK_O);

      fileMenu.add(menuItem2);

      menuItem2.setEnabled(false);

      JMenu editMenu = new JMenu(“Edit”);

      editMenu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_E);

      menuBar.add(editMenu);

      JMenuItem menuItem3 = new JMenuItem(“Cut”, KeyEvent.VK_C);

      editMenu.add(menuItem3);

      JMenu projectMenu = new JMenu(“View”);

      projectMenu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_V);

      menuBar.add(projectMenu);

      JMenu runMenu = new JMenu(“Help”);

      runMenu.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_H);

      menuBar.add(runMenu);

      menuBar.revalidate();

      frame.setJMenuBar(menuBar);

      frame.setSize(550, 350);

      frame.setVisible(true);

   }

}

Output:

ToolBar

A JToolBar is a container that organizes numerous components into a row or column, usually buttons with icons. Toolbars frequently provide quick and easy access to functionality that is also available in menus. The JToolBar class in Java Swings adds a toolbar in an application. Any of the following constructors can be used to create toolbars:

  • JToolBar()
  • JToolBar(int orientation)
  • JToolBar(String title)
  • JToolBar(String title,int orientation)
  • JButton add(Action a):It adds a new JButton which dispatches the action.
  • protected void addImpl(Component comp, Object constraints, int index): If a JButton is being added, it is initially set to be disabled.
  • Void addSeparator(): It appends a separator of default size to the end of the tool bar.
  • Protected PropertyChangeListener createActionChangeListener(JButton b):It returns a properly configured PropertyChangeListener which updates the control as changes to the Action occur, or null if the default property change listener for the control is desired.
  • protected JButton createActionComponent(Action a):Factory method which creates the JButton for Actions added to the JToolBar.
  • ToolBarUI getUI(): It returns the tool bar’s current UI.
  • Void setUI(ToolBarUI ui):It sets the L&F object that renders this component.
  • Void setOrientation(int o):It sets the orientation of the tool bar.

Example:

import java.awt.BorderLayout;  

import java.awt.Container;  

import javax.swing.JButton;  

import javax.swing.JComboBox;  

import javax.swing.JFrame;  

import javax.swing.JScrollPane;  

import javax.swing.JTextArea;  

import javax.swing.JToolBar;  

public class JToolBarExample {  

    public static void main(final String args[]) {  

        JFrame myframe = new JFrame(“JToolBar Example”);  

        myframe.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);  

        JToolBar toolbar = new JToolBar();  

        toolbar.setRollover(true);  

        JButton button = new JButton(“File”);  

        toolbar.add(button);  

        toolbar.addSeparator();  

        toolbar.add(new JButton(“Edit”));  

        toolbar.add(new JComboBox(new String[] { “make new”, “delete”, “change”, “Save”  }));  

        Container contentPane = myframe.getContentPane();  

        contentPane.add(toolbar, BorderLayout.NORTH);  

        JTextArea textArea = new JTextArea();  

        JScrollPane mypane = new JScrollPane(textArea);  

        contentPane.add(mypane, BorderLayout.EAST);  

        myframe.setSize(450, 250);  

        myframe.setVisible(true);  

    }  

}  

Output:

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Top 5 in demand programming languages to learn in 2022

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Computers and technology are dominating almost every field. Computers have become indispensable tools for completing any task in any field. Technology advances every day, either via the introduction of new technology or through continuous updates and advancements. As a result, programming languages are the most affected in the tech world. Technology has had a significant impact on the development of the business and field. In today’s world, knowing how to write a computer program is the most important skill to learn.

Programming languages are evolving at a faster rate than ever before. There are various programming languages available for various fields, such as web development, mobile application development, and game development. Programmers are among the highest paid jobs in the world.

If you’re interested in programming and want to pursue a career in it, you should definitely research about programming languages that are rising in both popularity and demand in the market before starting anything. Beginners, in particular, need to consider various critical factors such as demand and popularity, job opportunities, applications, and so on before deciding on a programming language. Beginners, in particular, must carefully consider several critical factors such as demand, popularity, job opportunities, applications, and so on before deciding on a programming language.

Let’s look at some of the most popular programming languages that programmers should study to advance their careers in the computer industry.

JavaScript

Along with HTML and CSS, JavaScript is a commonly used computer language for creating dynamic websites. JavaScript is a cross-platform, open-source programming language that is commonly used to create front-end apps that allow for website interactivity. It is simple to learn and does not require a unique learning environment. There is no requirement to have any prior coding knowledge to learn JavaScript. The JavaScript programming language includes several frameworks and libraries. Node JS, React JS, Vue JS, and Angular JS are some of the most popular libraries and frameworks for website development. These frameworks and libraries are used to build the website’s frontend and backend. The key features of JavaScript include:

  • Client-side Validation
  • Server Application
  • User Notification

Python

Python is a general-purpose programming language with an extensive indentation that promotes code readability. It also uses an object-oriented approach that allows programmers to write clear and logical code, even for large-scale projects. Wide variety of applications, ranging from web development, machine learning, and data science use Python. Because it has a simpler syntax than other programming languages, it is simple to read, use, and learn, even for beginners.

It has an enormous library, including NumPy, TensorFlow, Keras, and others. Besides its library, it also has GUI programming support and is simple to integrate into other languages. Python programming has excellent online documentation that can assist even the most inexperienced learner.  Python simplifies AI and machine learning implementation. It also has various frameworks for backend web development, such as Django.

Java

Although Java is the oldest programming language, it is still the most powerful. Java is a general-purpose, high-level, object-oriented programming language that adheres to the Write Once, Run Anywhere principle, making Java executable on any platform that supports Java without recompilation. It is simple to learn if one has a basic understanding of OOP.

Java is widely used in web-based applications, Android applications, and desktop graphical user interface (GUI) applications. Since Java offers many features, such as security, robustness, and portability, many developers trust it. Java is widely used by developers because of its significant community support and popular frameworks, such as Spring. Java is a platform-independent programming language. Because it is in high demand in the tech world, it provides excellent career opportunities for all programmers.

Kotlin

Kotlin is an open-source programming language that is mostly utilized in creating Android applications, web applications, desktop applications, server-side applications, and data science-based applications. Kotlin supports functional programming, which also compiles JavaScript. It is cross-platform because it runs on a variety of systems including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, and it is java compatible. Many prominent organizations, such as Google, Netflix, Uber, and others, use Kotlin to create Android apps. Kotlin is like Java, but with new features, making it simple to learn if you already know java. Nowadays, Kotlin is becoming increasingly popular, increasing career prospects.

Go

Go is a general-purpose programming language created by Google in 2007 with the goals of simplicity, dependability, and efficiency in mind. For programmers, it includes a vast library and comprehensive online documentation. The compilation time is short, and concurrency support is built-in. The Go programming language has similar features to the C programming language. Large corporations such as Google, Twitch, Dropbox, and others use it. This language has recently gained a lot of favor among IT developers, and career opportunities are constantly expanding.

C, C++, C#, and PHP are some other programming languages to learn in 2021 if you want to advance your programming profession.

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Realme GT Neo 2 Insight and its Price in Nepal

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There is huge competition among various brands in the market of smartphones. So, giving it a challenge a well-known smartphone brand Realme has launched a new device in its Realme GT series. Realme GT Neo 2 is the new product set on the floor by realme in 2021. By the concept of reimagining the combination of technology and nature realme designed this model with a bright neon color on the outer cover with a matt finish. Besides neon green realme has designed phone in other color as neon blue and neon black. Likewise, other series this flagship model has some unique and advanced feature which we will discuss below.

Overview of Realme GT Neo 2

Realme GT Neo 2

Design

   The phone has a normal matt look with neon color and a rectangular section for triple camera setup at the back. Meanwhile, at the front there is a small hole cut out for the selfie camera.  The phone provides an in-display fingerprint sensor and other biometrics option.

Display

   The phone has touch screen display of 6.62 inches which is quite handy with E4 amoled display. The display has resolution of 1080×2400 pixel at pixel density of 397 pixel per inch and an aspect ratio of 20:9. It brings a 600Hz touch sampling rate and offers a peak brightness of 1300 nits. The phone comes with a protection of corning gorilla glass 5.

Processor and OS

     This smartphone run on the android version 11 along with realme Ul 2.0. It comes with chipset of Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G.

Memory

    The set has option for 8/128 GB LDDR5 RAM and 128/256 GB UFS 3.1 storage. It doesn’t have any slot for external memory card.

Camera

    This series of realme GT has triple camera setup with rear camera of 64 megapixel an ultra-wide camera of 8MP and a macro camera of 2MP. It has 16MP selfie camera.

Battery

    The phone comes with battery of 5000mAh and supports 65W of fast charging.

Connectivity

   Connectivity range of Realme GT neo 2 includes 5G SA/NSA, Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 6 802.11 ax, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS (L1 + L5) / GLONASS / NavIC / QZSS / Galileo, NFC, USB Type-C.

Other specifications

   The phone consist of a stereo speakers and 3.5mm audio jack. The weight of this phone is about 200g.  It comes with fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass sensors which are best for security purpose.

Price of Realme GT Neo 2 in Nepal

With all the above mentioned features and specification the price of this phone is 54,199 NPR. Currently, ecommerce portal daraz is providing this set for 51,199 NPR on their special 11.11 sale.  Meanwhile this phone is being sold at price of 31,199 INR in India. In comparison with the smartphones in this price range of other brands realme GT neo 2 can be one of the best option.

Realme GT Neo 2 (RAM variantPrice In NepalPrice in India
8/128 GB54,199 NPR31,199 INR
12/256 GBN/A35,999 INR

Comparison with Realme Neo GT

These days smartphone have been one of the highly demanded product just like other daily used products. Big smartphone brands and companies have been developing and launching smartphones with wide range of updated software and advanced technical features. Realme GT Neo 2 is providing 33% more RAM than previously launched Realme GT Neo so that more application can run smoothly without lagging.

Besides this, it is also providing 11% more battery capacity that can last for long hours. Although lots of features have been added to this new series of Realme, the features for the camera have been updated widely. The feature of Realme GT Neo camera that included super-wide angle and super macro AI scene recognition have been updated to ultra wide angle and ultra- macro AI scene recognition in Realme GT Neo 2.

In conclusion we can say that since Realme is one of the rising smartphone brand this series can be tough competitor for other established and market dominating brand like Samsung, one plus and xiaomi. Summing up everything we can say that for general use or for gaming Realme GT Neo 2 can be better choice among the smartphone available in this price range in market.

Also, checkout Realme C21 Price in Nepal with Full Specifications.

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