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Kantanka Unveils New Aeroplane Vehicle At Kristo Asafo 39th Exhibition (+Video)



The founder and leader of Kristo Asafo Mission, Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka has taken his technological inventions to a new level with the introduction of a new aeroplane vehicle.

On December 29, his Kantanka Technological Centre of Excellence (KTCE), a subsidiary of the Kantanka Group of Companies unveiled the new creation to the general public during their 39th exhibition fair.

The new aeroplane vehicle has no wings and does not fly like a traditional plane but its Limousine quality interior décor and design has impressed a lot of people.

The other was an armoured personnel carrier cum missile launcher named OkofoƆ which Inspector General of Police, IGP James Oppong Boanuh agreed after inspection, could be adapted for patrol duties by the police.


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Apple iPhone 12: iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max – PRICES, PHOTOS, & SPECS



Apple Inc has officially launched the next range of iPhones which will soon be made available on the market – iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

It’s the first time Apple has used the “mini” moniker on its iPhone line, after using it on the iPod mini, iPad mini, and Mac mini previously. The new iPhone 12 mini has a 5.4-inch screen, which means Apple has squeezed a larger display than the 4.7-inch screen found on this year’s iPhone SE into an iPhone 12 mini handset that’s smaller overall.

Apple has made the $699 iPhone 12 mini smaller by removing Touch ID and replacing it with Face ID, alongside a significant reduction in bezels around the display. Apple claims it’s the smallest, thinnest, and lightest 5G phone in the world.

The tagline for the event is “Hi, Speed,” which is as clear an indication as Apple is likely to give that these phones will support 5G. They’re also widely expected to have a new design that’s reminiscent of the squared-off look of the iPad Pro. Beyond that, it’s tough to pin down all the new features that Apple could bring.


Apple has made the iPhone 12 mini smaller by removing Touch ID and replacing it with Face ID, alongside a significant reduction in bezels around the display. Apple claims it’s the smallest, thinnest, and lightest 5G phone in the world.

Like the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 mini uses Apple’s A14 Bionic, a 5nm chip with better energy efficiency and performance than the A13. It includes a six-core CPU (two high and four low) that Apple claims is 50 percent faster than the A13 chip. It also includes a four-core GPU, that Apple claims will enable “console quality games.”

The iPhone 12 mini shares the rest of the main iPhone 12 specs, too. That includes a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera — the fastest aperture in any iPhone yet — and a 12MP ultra-wide. Apple has improved low-light performance on the iPhone 12 mini, and the front-facing camera will also include its own Night Mode.

Apple has added a standout feature which is a new ceramic-hardened display named Ceramic Shield, available on the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.


The iPhone 12 will come in black, white, blue, red, and green. Preorders start this Friday, and the iPhone 12 will be available on October 23rd. Aside from the flat sides, it still largely resembles the iPhone 11. There’s still a notch at the top that houses Apple’s Face ID technology, though the bezels around the screen have been reduced — another perk of the OLED switch. Around back, the iPhone 12 has two cameras housed in a matte glass squircle, which makes for a nice contrast with the rest of the glossy back panel.

Apple’s latest iPhone is powered by the company’s new A14 Bionic processor, which the company says is the first smartphone chip built on a 5nm process, leading to improved performance and efficiency. Apple claims it’s “up to 50 percent faster” than the leading chips in Android smartphones. Same goes for the GPU, which Apple says is the best in any mobile phone.


The new iPhone 12 Pro models will feature Apple’s A14 Bionic chip — first introduced on the refreshed iPad Air last month — which VP Greg Joswiak has previously said was the “most powerful chip ever made” by Apple. The new chip is Apple’s first to use a 5nm process (instead of the 7nm process used on last year’s A13 Bionic). Apple says that both the new 6-core CPU and the four-core GPU are the fastest ever, with performance that the company claims is up to 50 percent faster than any other phone.

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max are bigger than last year’s 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro and 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max. The 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, in particular, is notable for taking the crown as Apple’s biggest phone to date. The Pro models features a stainless steel design (instead of the aluminum on the iPhone 12), in four colors: gray, stainless steel, gold, and a new blue.

The iPhone 12 Pro will support both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G, meaning that both phones should work with all the various types of 5G networks from all three major US carriers. Apple says that it offers “the most 5G bands of any smartphone” promising that it’ll support a wide array of cellular carriers around the world and their various 5G standards.



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Check out mind-blowing photos of Kantanka’s made-in-Ghana 4×4 pickup truck



A local car manufacturing company in Ghana, Kantanka Automobile, has released a new model of its cars called Omama, which is a beautiful 4×4 pickup vehicle.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Kantanka Group of companies, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, posted the photos on his Twitter handle on July 15, 2020.

Ghanaians have been lauding the company for the exceptional design and how beautiful the interior design of the vehicle is on social media.

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RWC Racing Vol.1: A Ghanaian Produced Car Racing Game



We guess many of you have played some exciting car racing games which have amazing graphics, themes and landmarks.

But have you ever dreamt of playing a car racing game with Ghanaian themes?

Well, whether you have dreamt of that or not, there’s an opportunity for you to experience a car racing game which has some great Ghanaian themes and are very relatable.

RWC Racing Vol.1, created by TheDynasto, is a car racing game with African themes and a fusion of familiar locations and landmarks in Ghana. The game provides all the amazing experiences you will get on other racing games.

With RWC Racing Vol.1, racers get to experience the thrill of using a taxi, troski or a keke tricycle to take on some of the world’s fastest and fanciest racing cars.

The game also has great 3D graphics with superb car racing sounds.

RWC Racing Vol.1 was released on June 7, 2020 and currenty has over 100 downloads.
It also has amazing reviews and ratings, and is currently trending at number 2 on the car racing games list.

Here are some the reviews from Ghanaians.

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