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LEAKED: A 60x Zoom and All-New Helio G96 Mean a Complete Overhaul for TECNO Mobile’s New CAMON 18 Series

We recently got our hands on some photos of the latest CAMON model from TECNO Mobile, which is rumored to be coming out in early November in the Philippines. There aren’t many details available about the new phone yet, but the tri-camera set-up and classy chrome-inspired colours have us wanting for more. The key feature that caught our eye was the 60x zoom, which, coupled with TECNO’s proprietary AI TAIVOS technology, means high-quality photos probably never seen before on a high-end phone. TECNO CAMON 18 leaked photos Right off the bat, we see that the CAMON’s focus on professional photography has continued to shine with the three-camera setup. With apertures ranging from f/1.6 – 3.5, and lens from 16-135mm, these cameras mean serious business. The flushed profile of the cameras makes the phone have a slim, sleek look that will definitely turn heads on the go.  TECNO’s CAMON 18 triple phone setup And there’s more. We know that TECNO’s CAMON 18 Premier is going to be released with Medi

Today : Sharing


When we were kids, my mom would usually buy each of us toy so she can be spared from the fight between us siblings. It was good because I was spared from danger of broken toys caused by my younger siblings.

I thought of doing the same to my kids. I would buy D and A separate toys so there will be no fighting-over-a-single-toy. I think there were times that we buy them different toys but they would end up still fighting because D wants A’s toys and the other way around. But then, it was time to teach them the value of sharing. Whenever I decide to buy them something, I would only buy one and talk to both of them and tell them about sharing. At first there will be crying mode and fight in between but later on, I would find them sharing and playing with each other without fighting.

Just this morning I found them sharing a pad of stickers and each of them are sticking it one by one on each other's arms without crying and fighting. I also constantly remind them to share food and toys. 



How about you? How do you teach your kids the value of sharing?

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