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Pornhub: Filipinos love ‘romantic’ porn

Also spends second-longest time on site

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Move over, Top 10 Gadgets of 2019! The most important annual review is here!

For the seventh year in a row, Pornhub has released its analytics for 2019. As always, the review is a treasure trove of insights on the world’s thirstiest habits. The analytics go through literally everything under the sun. (Including the battle royale game that porn viewers searched for: Apex Legends vs. Fortnite. Spoiler: Fortnite claimed more consistent viewers, but Apex Legends peaked higher at 357,701 searches on February 18.)

Of course, the more interesting question is: how did the Philippines fair this time around?

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Depending on how you look at it, the Philippines performed a lot better! On the global rankings, the country ranked up two spots from yesteryear, nabbing the no. 8 spot ahead of Australia and Mexico.

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However, Filipinos are spending slightly less time on the platform compared to previous years. Per visit, researchers dive into the watery depths for an average of 11 minutes and 19 seconds — 22 seconds less than last year. Still not a bad dive! Only Thailand gets wet longer, spending 11 minutes and 21 seconds on average.

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Another point of Pinoy pride: the Philippines practices more open-minded equality with porn viewing. The country has the highest proportion of women mastering the art of self-love. Of all Filipino Pornhub users, 39 percent of which are female, contrasted to 61 percent male.

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Also, 91 percent of Filipinos view Pornhub on their phones. Helpful tip: disconnect your phones from your house’s Bluetooth speakers first! You wouldn’t want to broadcast your New Year’s fireworks to everyone, right?

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Now, for the meaty bits! Filipinos love Asians! In 2019, the country’s top five search terms are Pinay, hentai, Japanese, Pinoy, and Korean. Additionally, the top five trending searches are reverse missionary, locker room, perfect body, Korean uncensored, and romantic love making.

Surprise! Despite the country’s dominance in the porn rankings, Filipinos love getting more intimate before doing the dirty. Well, the Philippines takes the second-most time on the site. Maybe, Filipinos spend a huge chunk of the time getting to know the performers first. We don’t judge!

SEE ALSO: Pornhub’s “Dirtiest Porn Ever” campaign tackles ocean pollution

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OnePlus confirms it’ll make an affordable phone soon

It wants to go back to its roots

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OnePlus’ CEO Pete Lau has confirmed the brand will be making an affordable phone soon in an interview with the Fast Company. He further added that the company aims to go back to its roots and offer an affordable option to users. This isn’t entirely a very shocking revelation because the existence of an OnePlus 8 Lite or OnePlus Z has been doing the rounds for months now.

In the last few years, the brand has gradually pivoted to the premium segment, starting with the OnePlus 6 series. It soon further added a “Pro” variant as well, helping it further push the price ceiling. The rise of OnePlus as a brand is interesting because it started with the affordable segment and today is a leading company in the opposite spectrum of the pricing structure.

As expected, Lau did not divulge any further details about the upcoming phone but did reiterate that the affordable phone will continue OnePlus’ standard. We’re assuming he means their fluid OxygenOS software experience, software updates, and build quality of the phones.

Even though OnePlus has ventured into the premium segment, it’s finding it harder to sell phones with tough competition from Apple, Samsung, and even Huawei. The brand has a strong presence in developing markets like India and that’s where it intends to focus the most.

Lowering the price offering automatically makes a larger buyer base available. Considered to be a premium brand now, OnePlus can offer phones in the midrange segment while commanding better margins than the competition.

The company has also expanded to other segments like smart TVs and amplified its audio accessory offering with the Bullets lineup of earphones. A recent report has also suggested the company could soon launch a pair of TWS earbuds.

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Twitter labels President Trump’s tweet as “misleading”

Even Twitter’s had enough!

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For the first time, Twitter has flagged some of US President Donald Trump’s tweets with a fact-check warning. The social media platform labeled two of his tweets as “unsubstantiated” and accused him of making false claims.

The label was added because it violated Twitter’s “civic integrity policy”, a company spokeswoman confirmed. Below the tweets, a link which read “Get the facts about mail-in ballots” took users to a notice calling the claims “unsubstantiated”, citing reporting by CNN, the Washington Post, and other credible publications.

Obviously, Trump was furious over the label and accused Twitter of stifling free speech. He further accused Twitter of “interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election.” However, it’s worth remembering that Federal law protects the rights of internet platforms to moderate the third-party speech they publish.

Trump and Twitter share a long history and their relationship isn’t constructive. Twitter is technically a micro-blogging platform that’s used by everyone. World leaders have their official accounts on the platform to reach out quickly. But Trump has made Twitter a battleground and threatened to nuke a country, spread misinformation, malign the media, and spread conspiracy theories.

Trump has never previously faced Twitter moderation on his account. The social media platform has radically upped its moderation policies before the 2020 American Presidential Election to ensure the spread of misinformation is controlled and a Cambridge Analytica-type scandal isn’t repeated.

It banned political ads in November 2019 and recently announced that it’ll be labeling tweets that are found spreading misinformation amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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realme 6 and 6 Pro: price and availability in the Philippines

Upgrades of the realme 5 pro and realme XT

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realme recently launched the first phone in its realme 6 series, the realme 6i. Now, it is following the entry-level smartphone with two more devices. The realme 6 and 6 Pro are both launching on May 27 in the Philippines. Both of these devices are sure to shake up the midrange segment in the country.

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The realme 6 Pro is a midrange device that offer competitive specs at a bang-for-the-buck price. The display on this device is a 6.6-inch FHD screen with a cut-out for the dual selfie cameras. The best part about this display is its 90Hz refresh rate, a feature that is slowly making its way to midrange devices. The new cut-out notch and 90Hz refresh rate delivers a much immersive viewing experience than last year’s Realme 5 Pro.

Realme has also put some capable cameras for the 6 Pro. On the back, there’s a quad-camera setup consisting of 64MP wide-angle + 12MP telephoto + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP macro lens. Meanwhile, the front now consists of a dual-camera setup in a 16MP wide + 8MP ultra-wide lens arrangement. Realme 5 Pro only has one front camera, making the 6 Pro a definite step-up to its predecessor.

As for the performance, the realme 6 Pro is the first smartphone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G. The Snapdragon 720G is a midrange processor designed to handle medium to occasionally intensive tasks. Combined with the device’s realme UI which is based on Android 10, expect great all-around performance on this thing. The 4,300 mAh battery on this device also ensures all-day battery life for the Realme 6 Pro. There’s also a 30W quick charger bundled with the device for speedy top-ups.

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Meanwhile, the realme 6 is billed as the true successor to the realme 5 Pro. It gains a 90Hz refresh rate for its display, which is now 6.5 inches compared to the 5 Pro’s 6.3 inches. It still has a quad-camera setup on its back, but there are some notable changes too. Realme bumped the main wide-angle camera from 5 Pro’s 48 MP to 64MP, which will deliver more detailed shots than before.  The selfie camera is still the same at 16MP.

This time around, realme opted for a MediaTek processor on this device. It now has the midrange Helio G90T processor inside. Coupled with realme UI based on Android 10, this processor should provide decent performance for realme 6. The battery and charging times are improved with this device too. It now comes with a 4,300 mAh battery and a faster 30W charger bundled with the device.

Pricing and availability

The realme 6 and 6 Pro will both retail on May 27 on Lazada. The first 200 customers of the 6 Pro will get a free Realme Band worth PhP 1,499. Pricing are as follows:

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  • 4GB + 128GB — PhP 11,990
  • 8GB + 128GB — PhP 13,990

realme 6 pro

  • 8GB + 128GB — PhP 16,990

There will also be a special offline selling period of the device from May 30 to 31, and June 6 to 7.  Customers can snag a limited-edition bag worth PhP 1,499 when they buy at any realme stores and kiosks nationwide during the selling period.

SEE ALSO:
realme 6i review: You gain some, you lose some
realme 6 review: Perfect gaming phone for the lockdown?

 

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