I found the design of the back panel to be similar to that of the Realme C11. Almost 75 percent of the back panel has a textured finish while the rest is plain. You get a rear mounted fingerprint scanner on the In 1b but I found it to be a bit too high for my liking.
There are different levels of thinning, which is changing the density of the lens, 1.67 is your best bet unless you have a crazy high prescription. If your prescription keeps getting worse then the lens may not appear to be getting thinner, or if you have a low prescription and they thin down anyways it does mostly nothing and you’re just giving them money. When they thin lenses we are talking by a mm or so, over the entire lens it can make a big difference to weight but not as much appearance.
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Long before the mendacity of Donald Trump, Mark Twain observed there are lies, damned lies and statistics. The COVID 19 pandemic provided plenty of each, often in bewildering combinations. To sort fact from fiction, falsehood and flim flam, The Salt Lake Tribune assigned Jazz beat reporter Andy Larsen to “data columnist,” aka “coronavirus stats guy.” Writing in an avuncular, first person voice, Larsen explained the likes of “seven day moving averages” and “positivity rates” to those who were stumped by high school algebra.