Since its October 2021 release, Josh Wardle’s Wordle seems to have become the internet’s most popular word game.
Each day, a new five-letter word is the answer to the challenge, and players need to guess it in up to six tries. The word is the same for all players on the same calendar day and there are no clues but the letters themselves, which change colors depending on where they are in the word—and if they are in the word at all.
While Wordle may be a simple challenge on most days, there are times when you could get stuck. Maybe you found two or three letters, but you have no idea what your next guess should be, either because you can’t remember any words with that specific combination or because there are too many options to choose from. If that is the case today and all you have is “AME” right in the middle of the word, you can check the list below for inspiration.
Five-letter words with “AME” in the middle to try on Wordle
There are not that many options, but you will still need to narrow down the list to get the answer right. The first thing you can do is check all the letters that appear gray in your previous guesses, then eliminate all words that contain any of them. A second tip is to avoid plural forms. They are valid guesses if you need them, but Wordle will never pick a plural form as the answer to the daily puzzle.
If you’re still unsure and don’t want to wait until Wordle resets at midnight local time, you can always look up the answer to today’s puzzle (which we update around 12am CT) to avoid losing your streak.
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New Delhi: With an aim to woo the consumers in mid-range segment, Motorola on Monday launched a new affordable smartphone ‘moto g42’ that features Full HD+ display with Stereo speakers and Android 12. The smartphone is available in a single 4GB RAM+64GB storage variant priced at Rs 13,999. Moto G42 With Snapdragon 680 SoC Launched in India; First Sale on July 11, 2022.
“The moto g42 comes with near-stock Android 12 with an assured upgrade to Android 13 and 3 years of security updates,” said the company in a statement.
The stylish, power-packed #motog42 is here! Enjoy the uber- stylish design with 6.4” FHD+ AMOLED Display, Stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos® & more. Make it yours at just ₹12,999 (incl. of bank offer). Sale starts 11 July on @Flipkart & at leading retail stores. #UnleashYourStyle
— Motorola India (@motorolaindia) July 4, 2022
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The smartphone houses a 50MP Quad function camera with an 8MP Ultrawide sensor and a 16MP selfie camera. The device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 octa-core processor. It comes with a side fingerprint sensor, 3 in 3 card slots supporting two nano SIMs and a dedicated microSD storage up to 1TB for expanding the 64GB on board storage, said the company.
(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jul 04, 2022 05:44 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).
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The Xiaomi 12S and 12S Pro have 1/1.28” sensors in their main cameras, which could have been considered large if not for the 12S Ultra model, which was also unveiled today. This is the same IMX707 sensor as on the 12 and 12 Pro, however, all three S-series models were “co-engineered with Leica”.
What does that mean? For starters, the three phones have Leica Summicron lenses and support for Leica imaging profiles. Users can choose between the Leica Authentic Look and Leica Vibrant Look presets. The former recreates the natural look that Leica is known for, the latter was tuned by both Leica and Xiaomi and is a blend of the styles of the two companies.
Additionally, the phones support 10-bit RAW image capture, which was calibrated by Adobe Labs. The phone will embed color correction metadata in the files, so that Adobe Lightroom can automatically optimize the images, giving photographers a good starting point for post-processing their shots.
A quick look back at the IMX707 – it’s a 50MP sensor (1/1.28”) with 1.22µm native pixels (2.44µm after binning). The phones support 30fps burst modes as well as Xiaomi’s AI Image Solution and ProFocus for fast start-up, capture and continuous capture.
The Pro model has two other 50MP cameras – one with a 50mm lens (2x optical magnification) and one with an ultra wide 14mm lens (115° FoV). The vanilla 12S gets a 13MP ultra wide and a 5MP telemacro instead.
The Xiaomi 12S and 12S Pro also switch to the new Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which offers a 10% boost in performance and reduces power usage by 30%. The S-phones will have longer battery lives and run cooler under load.
Camera and chipset upgrades aside, the two phones follow the formula of the 12 and 12 Pro. The Xiaomi 12S Pro has a 6.73” LTPO AMOLED display (E5, 1-120Hz, FHD+), which is also used on the 12S Ultra. The vanilla 12S is smaller with a 6.28” panel with 120Hz refresh rate (it’s not an LTPO panel, however).
As before, the 12S Pro supports fast charging – 120W wired and 50W wireless – thanks to the in-house Xiaomi Surge P1 chipset and comes with a 4,600mAh battery. Using a 120W power brick, the Pro can do 0-100% in 19 minutes or in 25 minutes in low temperature mode The Xiaomi 12S charges its 4,500mAh battery at 67W over a wire or at 50W wirelessly.
The Xiaomi 12S and 12S Pro will soon be available in mainland China. The Xiaomi 12S Pro starts at CNY 4,700 for the 8/128GB model ($700/€670/₹55,000). There is also an 8/256GB for CNY 5,000, 12/256GB for CNY 5,400 and 12/512GB for CNY 5,900.
The Xiaomi 12S starts at CNY 4,000 ($600/€570/₹47,000) for the base 8/128GB model. The same memory configurations are available: 8/256GB for CNY 4,300, 12/256GB for CNY 4,700 and 12/512GB for CNY 5,200.
For comparison, the Xiaomi 12 Pro launched at CNY 4,700 in China, the base price for the Xiaomi 12 was CNY 3,700. There was also a more affordable 12X model, but there is no “Xiaomi 12SX” now.
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