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Fathers deserve a break, not presents!

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The importance of a father can’t be neglected, the superhero who is always ready with arms wide open to catch you when you fall. Father’s Day is observed every year to honour the spirit of such fathers and to celebrate the efforts and contributions they make in their societies.

Today, 16th June 2019,  we celebrate all Father’s around the world. And if you haven’t got your dad a present yet, don’t worry because what dad may really want is priceless. Sometimes we need our fathers and sometimes they need us. This is why a day of rest and spoils is well deserved.

As an opportunity for everyone to show their appreciation to their fathers or anyone who has been a father figure to them,HMD Global unveils some of dads much desired gifts to help you become the kid of the year!

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A phone call away: Celebrating dad is important but, never forget that presence is always better than presents. As we grow, we should also remember that dad is getting older too. Make it a point to check on dad occasionally. A call a day can go a long way. Android 9 Pie’s Adaptive Battery technology learns how you use your device and prioritises battery power, ensuring that you’re always able to call dad even in an emergency.

Peaceful TV viewing: We’re all guilty of it, setting auto reminders of our favourite shows at the exact time as dad’s favourite soccer team game. This Father’s Day ensure that dad’s day keeps getting better by giving him all the remote rights and stream your favourite shows instead. With a 8.55mm thinness and decreased dead bands all-round the Nokia 4.2 offers more screen real-estate letting you view content in better quality, perfect for enjoying apps and shows.

A feast fit for a king: The way to any man’s heart is through his stomach. Cook up a storm (a juicy steak and vegetables) for dad to make sure he doesn’t smell like braai smoke this year. If you really struggle to start the fire, innovative features such as The Google Assist can help to ensure that no question goes unanswered.

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The Google Assistant is always ready to help. The more you use it, the more useful it gets. Plan dad’s special day from directions to his favourite restaurant to what is the best gift you can get him. There’s even a dedicated The Google Assistant Button on the Nokia 4.2 to make it easier to access on the go – all using just your voice.

Old school classics: Like the saying goes, if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Dad can never have too many socks and ties so be sure to spoil him with these classic oldies but goodies.

Being a dad isn’t easy, but it’s rewarding. So be sure to give your superhero a much-deserved break this year by doing the little things that matter.

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