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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Vivo V15 Pro helps you shoot professional-grade looking images



Mobile photography is no longer limited to food shots and selfies. These days, even professional photographers rely heavily on their smartphones when capturing images that evoke a lot of emotions. A photo is a great way to communicate a message or even just to update loved ones of a recent trip.

It may seem such a waste when an extraordinary location is not properly photographed. It's almost an injustice if the colors of a beautiful garden are either too bright or overexposed.


One doesn't have to break the bank to get professional-grade images.

The Vivo V15 Pro's 48MP Triple Rear Camera addresses photography issues such as exposure, lowlight conditions, and sharpness, among others. The camera’s AI (artificial intelligence) component elevates mobile photography experience to the next level with its 12MP standard + 8MP super wide-angle + 5MP depth-sensing camera setup.



With its 48 Million Quad Pixel Sensor, the Vivo V15 Pro offers photography enthusiasts more than just stunning photos. It is almost certain that the photograph will have a crispier and more natural-looking image compared to those taken with lower megapixels.



In travel photography, landscape photos are a must. No portfolio is complete without a shot of the horizon or breathtaking flower fields. Mobile photographers can rely on Vivo V15 Pro's 8MP AI Super Wide-Angle Camera to do the job. Users don't have to change lenses depending on the need of the shot. Just press on the feature and it's ready to immortalize an image. The AI Super Wide-Angle Camera can expand up to 120 degrees, capturing more people and fuller landscape shots.

The 5MP Depth Depth-Sensing Camera will add more drama and effects on the captured image.

To deliver high-quality 12MP images, the Vivo V15 Pro's main rear camera has a 4-in-1 pixel technology. It means that one large pixel is combined with four pixels so that even in low light or even dark conditions, the images will still come out better.

With its Professional Mode feature, the Vivo V15 Pro can pretty much do the work of DSLR cameras.

Users who want to learn photography can practice by enabling the smartphone's Pro Mode capabilities. Adjust the aperture when taking a photo in dark or confined spaces such as hotels or function rooms. Test how the shutter speed works by adjusting it when taking a photograph of a race or moving vehicles. One can also play with the Manual Feature when taking photos of a city skyline — at night.



However, there is Vivo V15 Pro's AI Super Night Mode that can take multiple photos at different exposures. The finished product is a stunning combination of these shots. Night scenes are difficult to shoot, but through this feature, anyone can achieve a clear and beautiful night scene.

This enables images taken with the Vivo V15 Pro to be used in other platforms and not only for social media posts.

Still, for Instagrammers who like sharing their photographs to family and friends and feel limited by the available editing features, the Vivo V15 Pro's Editing Features can help them achieve just the right amount of brightness, contrast, or even saturation in their images.

Limited time offer
Those who want to get the Vivo V15 Pro for its AI camera technology are in for a treat as Vivo is also giving away a set of exclusive perks for those who make advance orders of its latest flagship smartphone.

Customers who pre-order the V15 Pro online until April 11 can score a JBL Clip 3 portable Bluetooth speaker, an extended 6 months phone warranty and can also avail of a screen protection warranty, wherein they will only need to pay P500 to have their damaged or broken screens replaced within 6 months from receiving their pre-ordered units. To pre-order the Vivo V15 Pro today, visit https://vivoglobal.ph/v15preorder/.

The V15 Pro will be available in the local market starting April 12. Vivo will offer the smartphone at 0% interest, thru 6-9 months installment payments using major credit cards and Home Credit, at all participating stores nationwide.

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About Vivo
Vivo is a leading global technology company committed to creating trendsetting smart mobile innovations and services. Vivo is devoted to forming a vibrant mobile internet ecosystem, and currently owns and operates an extensive network of research operations, with R&D centers focusing on the development of cutting-edge consumer technologies including 5G, AI, mobile photography and next-generation smartphone design.

In recent years, Vivo has taken frequent efforts in the sports field and is committed to promoting the mutual penetration of the brand’s diverse fields and diversifying its brand image. Vivo Philippines announced its partnership with the NBA by the end of 2018.

Currently, Vivo has over two hundred million users enjoying its mobile products and services around the world. Vivo is present in 18 markets globally and features offline retail stores in over 1,000 cities worldwide. In the Philippines, Vivo is the top3 smartphone brand in terms of market share with 1.5 million users nationwide.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Pag-IBIG Fund to consult stakeholders as it mulls raising monthly savings in 2021



Pag-IBIG Fund is considering raising the decades-old P100 monthly savings in 2021 to answer the increasing demand for its low-interest housing and calamity loans. Top executives of the agency, however, explained that they will hold consultations first and vowed improved members’ benefits if the savings hike is to proceed.

Secretary Eduardo D. del Rosario, Chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) and Pag-IBIG Fund Board of Trustees said that the Fund achieved another banner year in 2018 as the agency earned P33.17 billion in net income. The increase in the demand for loans, however, may soon outpace the growth in collections derived mostly from the mandatory P100 monthly savings of its members.

In the Pag-IBIG Fund Chairman’s Report held recently, del Rosario said that Pag-IBIG plays a major role in the government’s housing efforts because the Fund is recognized as the single largest source of housing loans in the country. In 2018 alone, the Fund released P75.31 billion in housing loans.

“We offer the lowest housing loan and calamity loan interest rates. The demand for housing loans alone has seen consistent double digit growth over the recent years as it averaged 19.8 percent growth since 2016. So we’re exploring all sources of additional funding. We might have to increase the P100 monthly savings in order to continue providing the low interest rates. But because President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has standing orders to consider the plight of the Filipino workers, this will not happen immediately. If we have to increase, the increase will happen in two, maybe three years, from now because we have to consult our stakeholders first,” said Chairman del Rosario.

Pag-IBIG Fund Chief Executive Officer Acmad Rizaldy P. Moti explained that the monthly savings remained unchanged since 1986, which means that P100 monthly contribution from each Filipino worker has never been adjusted despite the inflation over a span of 32 years. The availment of housing loans, on the other hand, has been growing at a faster pace. He said that they expect the upward trend to continue in the next few years and project the demand to increase by 10 percent every year. If the growth exceeds their projection, only then will they consider raising the monthly savings.

“In order to sustain our low housing loan and calamity loan interest rates, we may have to raise the monthly contributions to P200. We can also borrow money from other institutions to raise more funds, but doing this will affect our low interest rates,” CEO Moti said.

"We reiterate that if the increase is needed, this will be implemented in 2021 at the earliest. But as early as now we want to assure our members that the benefits will definitely improve if the monthly savings is raised from the current levels. Members will enjoy bigger savings after maturity. They will also get bigger cash loans as a result of the bigger savings. This member-centric thinking is at the core of our Lingkod Pag-IBIG values. After all, we are only administrators of the workers’ fund. The real owners of Pag-IBIG Fund are its members,” he added. (END)

Saturday, March 30, 2019

First Filipino with a Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is from Cagayan de Oro City!

Pia Wurtzbach is the First Filipino to have a wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong and she is from Cagayan de Oro City! Woah!











Wednesday, March 27, 2019

ROTA Philippines Invites Everyone to Join the 2019 Earth Hour Night Walk

ROTA Philippines Incorporated in partnership with Habagat and other outdoor group enthusiasts invites you to the 2019 Earth Hour Night Walk.



Another year for us to spread awareness and support the advocacy of saving Mother Earth. This coming March 30, 2019, 8:30PM at Centrio Mall, join us as we walk down the roads of Cagayan de Oro and show the rest of the world that we are one in saving our planet.

Registration is free but we also encourage the participants to donate school supplies such as but not limited to the following:

  • Kinder-Grade 6 notebooks
  • pencils
  • erasers
  • sharpeners
  • crayons or ball pens

...to support the advocacy of ROTA Philippines Inc., STAY (Supplementing Top-notch Attendance Year round.)-in School Project for the IP Children of Mindanao.

Should you wish to avail of the event jersey, you may visit the Habagat Cagayan de Oro shop in Centrio Mall.

Official 2019 Earth Hour Nigh Walk Route
Start - Centrio Ayala Mall, Capt. Vicente Roa St,
2. Right turn to Ramon Chaves St,
3. Left turn to Corrales Ave.
4. Right turn to Tirso Neri St,
5. Left turn to Rizal St,
6. Straight ahead to Dolores St,
7. Right turn to Don A Velez St,
8. Proceed to Rotonda
9. Back to Don A Velez St,
10. Turn right to Gen. A. Luna St,
11. Turn left / back to Capt. Vicente Roa St.
End.

Walking distance: 5.3KM approx.
Travel hour: 1hr 6 min.

Attire and what to bring:


  1. Wear a coloured shirt, pants, shoes
  2. Bring torch / headlamp / flashing light / blinker
  3. Bring whistle
  4. Bring water and water bottle (must be a reusable water container)
  5. Bring story
  6. and Enjoy!


Kita kits gali, igsoon, higala karong umaabot nga Sabado!!!

For more info, visit their Facebook Event Page at 2019 Earth Hour Night Walk

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A50 launching in Cagayan de Oro City on March 29, 2019

Samsung Philippines will launch the new and best mid-range A-series Smartphone - Samsung Galaxy A50!



Here in Cagayan de Oro City, you can pre-order now the Samsung Galaxy A50 at the Samsung Store at Limketkai Center and get the following freebies:

1. 2 FREE Samsung phones or P2,000 voucher ONLY UNTIL March 29
2. First customers to claim on March 30 will get free gifts from Samsung



Here are some best features of the new Samsung Galaxy A50:

  • 6GB ram + 128gb internal memory
  • Triple Rear Cameras 25+5+8
  • 4000 mAh battery with fast charging
  • PREMIUM specs at mid-range price of P17,990

It has an on-screen Fingerprint Sensor to accommodate more screen, it has a Bezelless Display with only waterdrop notch. So the Screen To Body Ratio is about 84.97% with screen size of 6.4 inches and Screen Resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels.

With its 4000 mAh battery with quick charging feature, you will surely get ahead and last longer although out the day. It is now running the latest operating system of Android v9.0 (Pie), so you will get the latest OS design and features. With a 4GB RAM, you will surely get the fast processing on every app running on this phone.

Available in Black, Blue and White colors.

Watch out for the One Samsung Video campaign this March 29, 2019, 5PM at Solidmark, Limketkai Center.

See you there!

Monday, March 25, 2019

Real Inventory PH Launching

Ribbon Cutting with Real Inventory PH CEO Clarence Kyle A. Tan and COO Faridah Mae G. Pacuribot


Real Inventory PH is a real estate platform that helps developers in maintaining an up-to-date inventory, while updating accredited practitioners of the available inventory and its status real time. It provides traditional CRM (Customer Relationship Management) services such as contact database, social media, email, calendar and phone integration, project management, accounting, marketing campaigns, sales funnels, analytics and reporting tools.



Real Inventory PH will ensure that the tools will actually be used by the accredited practitioners (will be referred to as stakeholders). This way, traffic inside the office will be managed paving way for office employees such as the marketing, admin, customer care and production to focus more on important tasks to meet deliverables.



Additionally, Real Inventory PH will act as a loyalty program to accredited practitioners with features that encourage accredited brokers and partners to engage in the online platform. It will allocate points for certain actions performed by stakeholders and stakeholders are incentivized to perform these actions as they accrue rewards on various point levels. Actions with points equivalent includes inquiry, buyer update, site tour/tripping, reservation, and closing.

From Left to Right: paul Steven S. Cue, Kyle Tan, Farah Garcia-Pacuribot and CTO Dario MiƱoza

Website: http://www.realinventoryph.com
Email: admin@realinventoryph.com

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Gardenia expands operations in Mindanao, inaugurates bread plant

Photo credit: http://theexplorerschannel.com
Bread market leader Gardenia Bakeries officially opens its new most advanced, fully-automated bread manufacturing facility in Mindanao to serve the increasing demand for Gardenia products in the south.

The new plant will have a capacity of producing 130,000 loaves and buns a day which will be distributed with an increased fleet of trucks all over the region. It is also expected to generate hundreds of employment and contribute to the economic growth in the region.

Gardenia president Jun Umali said the new plant and expanded operations in Mindanao will now give consumers fresher bakery products and continual stock availability and accessibility. “We are now bringing Gardenia breads closer to our consumers with the opening of our newest plant. With our current distribution capabilities, Gardenia is available in Davao, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos, Surigao and Zamboanga del Norte, Butuan and Kidapawan but we will intensify our market penetration and saturation to widen our network, and eventually, reach every corner of Mindanao,” Umali asserted.

Photo credit: http://theexplorerschannel.com

Fully automated bread plant

The 2.5-hectare world class Gardenia plant, located in PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate, Misamis Oriental, adjacent to Cagayan de Oro City, is now the most advanced bread manufacturing plant in Mindanao.

“This completely new breadline features robotics and the latest innovations in modern baking. All major equipment are sourced from the best and reliable bakery equipment suppliers in Germany, the Netherlands, United States, Malaysia and Japan,” Umali shared. He added that the integration of these machineries and equipment into one unit is the company’s expertise learned from Gardenia’s operations in Asia-Pacific, thus enabling them to develop a proprietary manufacturing process unique to Gardenia Philippines.

Umali also shared that the plant is designed to allow consumers to witness and experience the modern baking process through a catwalk plant tour especially for consumers from Mindanao.

Quality bread offerings

“To ensure the high quality, freshness and great taste of Gardenia products, we use flour made from US wheat, milled to Gardenia’s high-quality specifications, milk from Australia or USA, and other imported premium ingredients,” Umali assures.

Wide variety of Gardenia products will be produced in the Mindanao bread facility, including white breads, health bread selections, flavored loaf offerings and buns or pandesal. Gardenia’s affordable loaf brand, Neubake, is also offered.

Strategic facility location

Umali explained that choosing a site adjacent to Cagayan de Oro as the location of the P1-billion investment is a strategic move. “Our new plant is purposefully located not only for Mindanao commercial operations. This will also serve as support to our Cebu plant or Visayas market. We can also dispatch breads easily to other areas when the need arrives, especially in the event of major calamities or natural disasters in those areas,” he explained.

“Moreover, the plant’s proximity to the ports of Cagayan de Oro, the gateway to Mindanao, ensures the availability and accessibility of ingredients,” Umali added.

Continued growth and leadership

Umali emphasized that the construction of the Mindanao plant is a continuation of the company’s goal to reach more of its consumers.

“With Gardenia in Mindanao, world-class quality bread products that will satisfy your appetites as well as feed your hearts will be at your fingertips. Our products will come to you fresh, delicious and healthy as we take Gardenia and breadmaking to the next level,” Umali concludes.

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