New Video Shows Redmi Go to be Water Resistant

Last month saw the launch of Redmi Go, a new range of Smartphone by Xiaomi. This new smartphone is the first of its kind to be manufactured by a Chinese company based on Google’s Android Go Platform. Since the smartphone was introduced into the Indian market, it has become quite popular among phone lovers. First time buyers of the phone have even gone ahead to pitch it as the ideal smartphone. No wonder the phone has been able to undergo a series of sales ever since the first time it was introduced to the Indian market.

Redmi Go comeswith a water resistance technology that protects it from destruction in case it accidentally drops in water. Just recently, a video showing the phone’s water resistant capabilities has been surfaced on YouTube. The video shows how the affordable new launch by Xiaomi has been given additional water resistant features. However, Xiaomi and its Redmi brand are yet to market the new brand which is waterproof.

In the video demonstrating this new feature, you can see the smartphone being immersed in water for about one minute. Even after being immersed in water, the smartphone’s seems to be working without any malfunctions. All other features such as the speakers and camera do not show any sign of breakdown even after being submerged in water. However, when the smartphone is placed in water for more than one minute, it starts showing malfunctions.

It is not known when the Chinese mobile manufacturing company will release this new smartphone with the additional water resistant features. As soon as it is released, we expect the phone to undergo a series of sales thanks to the water resistant features that will protect it. Until then, we only have to wait for new information from Xiaomi concerning their Redmi Go smartphone.

Singapore Airlines Ltd Grounds Two 787 Aircrafts with Engine Problems

Singapore Airlines Limited has grounded two of their 787aircrafts using the Trent 1000 engines. This comes at a time when Rolls Royce Holdings Plc is trying to redesign new blades on its Trent 1000 engines.The U.K engine maker had initially recalled a number of the global fleet with the main aim of testing the authenticity of their engines. By grounding the 786 aircrafts, Singapore Airlines Limited seems to be taking safety and precautionary measures after a number of passenger carrier planes were involved in accidents with an Ethiopian owned airline being the latest one.

Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc share of turbines has been reduced over the last couple of years after the onset of plagues affecting Trent programs in 2016. With the persistent engine problems, many airlines have been forced to re-route their planes especially those that were expected to serve long distance routes. These planes are now being used on shorter distances since they may end up causing accidents that always lead to loss of life.

In a statement, Singapore Airlines said that they came across “premature blade” deterioration while performing their routine inspections on some plane engines.The airline together with Rolls have now identified other Trent 1000 engines which need to undergo precautionary inspections if they are to resume normal duties. For Boeing, grounding more of their Dreamliner’s comes at an inappropriate time.  Most of their best-selling 737 max planes have already been grounded by airlines around the world after two crashes had caused safety concern with regulators.

Singapore Airlines Limited have every reason to smile since they detected the problem earlier enough. Singapore Airlines said it was working with authorities and Rolls-Royce in order to examine any additional actions and precautionary measures which need to be put in place.