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Showing posts with label News. Show all posts

Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets new beta with dozens of fixes

Samsung released a beta update for the Galaxy S10 a few days ago to fix errors related to Bluetooth sharing, volume control bar and status bar. Today, the company has released a new beta for the S10 series with over a dozen bug fixes.

The new firmware fixes issues related to device reset, AlwaysOOn, file movement, Wi-Fi suspend, and Bluetooth headset noise. You can check the screenshot below to see the full list of bug fixes.

This update weighs between 130 MB and 200 MB in size and is currently arriving for unlocked drives in the US and South Korea, with version number G97 * U1UEU2ZSKL and G97 * NKSU3ZSKL, respectively.

If they are subscribed to the beta program, they can download this build from Settings Software update on your device.

Huawei MatePad Pro retail box, screensaver, specs and renders unveiled the day before launch

The Huawei MatePad Pro will be released tomorrow, but information leaks are still in full swing. The latest batch of information leaks includes a picture of the tablet's sales box, screen saver, renders, and specs.

MatePad Pro will ship in a white box with the device name written in gold letters in the center. The lower right corner of the case confirms that the tablet is powered by the Kirin 990 processor. It also shows that the device has enhanced audio by Harman Kardon.

Accessory maker Benks reveals a good perspective on the tablet with promotional photos of the screen saver.Another image shows the tablet model and lists some of the specifications. We now know that the MatePad Pro will come with a 10.8-inch screen, Kirin 990 processor, quadruple speakers, a pen called M-Pencil, and reverse wireless charging support.

To clarify, there will be a Kirin 990 and 7250mAh Battery in MatePad Pro. However, Huawei M-Pencil packs 20ms low latency, 6 inbuilt gestures, and recharges in an hour after 10 hours usage. It is 160mm thin and weighs 14g. #huaweinova5t #HuaweiFreeBuds3 #Huawei #MatePadPro

— Simranpal Singh (@simransingh931) November 24, 2019

The information says the M-Pencil weighs 14 grams, has 6 functions included, low latency of 20ms, lasts 10 hours on a single charge and recharges in 1 hour. The tablet itself has a 7250mAh battery, slightly smaller than that of the MediaPad M6 10.8.

In addition to the above, we also have Real Photos that were taken from an initial review originally on the Web, but were taken due to NDA violation. The images show MatePad Pro with a keyboard box connected and the M-Pencil in use.

The MatePad Pro will come in four color variants - gray / black, white, orange and green vegan leather. The last two color variants will use the same vegan leather material used for the Mate 30 Pro 5G. Below are the renders of the Vegan Leather Forest Green variant.

MatePad pro green #HuaweiMatePad

— Teme (@RODENT950) November 22, 2019

The MatePad Pro will be released tomorrow alongside two new computers MateBook and a new smart speaker called Sound X .


Microsoft can now sell software to Huawei! When will Google?

Microsoft may re-sell Software to Huawei - The past few months have not been easy for Huawei because of all the US bans on the company. However, it seems that President Trump's executive order is getting lighter by the day…
Microsoft is licensed to resell the software to Huawei!

Therefore, all of this was confirmed on November 20 by a Microsoft spokesman, stating that "The United States Department of Commerce has granted Microsoft licensing to export software to Huawei."

Microsoft is part of the US companies that have been licensed again to deliver products to Huawei!

As such, Microsoft may again sell Windows and Office to Huawei. This will help the company not only on their Windows notebooks but also on their servers.

Honor V30 and V30 Pro: leak reveals stunning final specs!

That said, be aware that recently Huawei has even been forced to postpone the launch of its new laptop which of course is going to be based on the Windows OS. A product that should have been presented at CES Asia (Early 2019).

In fact, Microsoft itself has even momentarily stopped selling the Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop because of everything that happened.

Despite the Huawei ban, Microsoft has always kept silent!

In short, it seems that all bans are finally being lifted. However, I am curious to find out the extent of the negative impact to Huawei thanks to all that has happened.

And of course, to know if Google will have the same treatment as Microsoft.
Huawei Nova 6 5G: Video Reveals Design for P30 Pro Fans!

Besides, what do you think about this? Share with us your opinion in the comments below.

Leak reveals that Huawei Nova 6 SE is inspired by the iPhone 11 Pro

Huawei will announce the Nova 6 5G on December 5th. Interestingly it is the same day that HMD Global will introduce the new Nokia smartphone to the world. However, the Nova 6 may not be the only Huawei smartphone to launch this day. It is to be joined by another smartphone called Nova 6 SE, whose photos and main specifications have just arrived on the Internet.
Leak reveals that Huawei Nova 6 SE is inspired by the iPhone 11 Pro

The leak comes to us from Huawei Club (@ ClubHuawei ) and Teme ( @ RODENT950 ) on Twitter. Both accounts are known for Huawei and Honor-related leaks.

At the outset the Nova 6 SE is Huawei's second device with the suffix SE in its name. The first is the Huawei Mate SE 2018, which is actually a renamed Honor 7X. However, Huawei is not the first manufacturer to use this suffix. Apple did exactly the same in 2016 when it launched the popular iPhone SE.

The Nova 6 SE will not only fetch part of your name from an Apple device. The rear design is practically an iPhone 11 Pro with an extra camera.

The picture that came to the Internet shows that the Nova 6 SE has a rear camera design similar to Apple's latest smartphone, but with four cameras instead of three. Huawei also placed the LED flash below camera space and not along with it.
At the front, this device has a screen with the hole positioned in the upper left corner.

It's probably an LCD panel, as the image reveals that the Nova 6 SE has a side-mounted fingerprint reader that acts as an on / off switch.

The Nova 6 SE in the image has a pink gradient finish on the back, a gold frame and black lines around the screen.

However, a second image has revealed some important specifications of this smartphone.

The Nova 6 SE will be powered by the Kirin 810 processor, which means it is a mid-range device. However, it will have a high end feature. We are talking specifically about 40W SuperCharge fast wire charging. This is the same fast charging technology that is present in the Mate 30 range.

The remaining specifications are unknown at this time. However, there is no doubt that this is a very interesting equipment. Now we have to know if it will also have 5G as the other model.

OnePlus Security Breach Exposes User Data

OnePlus, a Chinese company known for the most affordable high-end smartphones (the famous flagship killers), today revealed that its system has been breached, resulting in revealed customer information. Names, contact numbers, emails and addresses were exposed and stopped in the possession of third parties not related to the company.

According to the brand, only a small number of customers were affected, and in addition, it was reported that bank details, payment information, passwords and credit card data were not exposed. Remember that there was a much worse failure last year, where even card data was released.

OnePlus discovered this while its security team was doing monitoring work. Immediately, your employees worked to strengthen security and stop the attack, as well as enhancing security to eliminate other vulnerabilities.

All impacted users have been notified by email. So if you own a device, or have ordered a mobile phone from OnePlus and received an email from OnePlus, that means you have been affected. If not, then it is safe. Either way, neither case requires you to do anything. The company is working with the authorities to find out those responsible for the attack.

This security breach implies stealing customers' personal data for companies to spam / email spam to their email address. Again, according to the company, even if you were affected, no bank details were stolen. OnePlus's security team has apologized on its online forum, and says it is working to prevent something like this from happening in the future.

UMIDIGI X Review: The King of Screen Fingerprint

UMIDIGI is advancing rapidly in technological terms, bringing in 2019 several new products and releases with always affordable prices. Certainly, one of the biggest highlights of the brand this year was the UMIDIGI X smartphone. As many know, this handset aims to deliver good performance, above average cameras and a fingerprint sensor built into the display. But is he really good? Check out our review!

Canvas and finishing
One of the biggest challenges for smartphone manufacturers is to be able to develop a product with a quality screen and finish without costing them too much. In this sense, we can say that UMIDIGI has achieved this goal. By taking the UMIDIGI X out of the box, we can take pleasure in holding a premium finish product that is beautifully built.

Standing out from most handsets in its price range, the UMIDIGI X comes equipped with a 6.35 inch AMOLED display. In testing, we found that your display features vivid colors and excellent levels of brightness and contrast. In addition, the fact that the screen is only HD + didn't bother, as the advanced quality of AMOLED technology was able to deliver higher quality than a standard IPS.


Performance and Hardware
Nowadays, finding a smartphone that delivers speed and good hardware at an affordable price seems to be very difficult. However, UMIDIGI X was very good at fulfilling its role in this regard. It comes equipped with a MediaTek Helio P60 processor (4 × 2.0 GHz ARM Cortex A73 + 4 × 2.0 GHz ARM Cortex A53) along with the fast LPDDR4X RAM.

In practical tests, the smartphone did very well when opening applications, and play games with ease. The Mali G72 GPU has done a great job as we never feel choking or locking at any time. Finally, UMIDIGI also added 128GB internal storage to X, which is an incredible space to store many games and applications without the need for a microSD card.


Having a larger battery means you can play for a longer period without having to charge your smartphone frequently. In this sense, the UMIDIGI X stands out with its large 4150mAh battery. In our tests, the device was able to fully charge in 2:10 minutes via the 18W fast charger.

In our tests, the device was able to play 30 minutes of high resolution video along with another 30 minutes of Free Fire losing only 11% of its load, which is surprising. Plus, the AMOLED display promises more power savings, making the battery more than a day out of power.


In terms of camera, UMIDIGI X stands out with its three rear sensors. Detailing each sensor, we have a 48MP + 8MP ultra wide + 5MP bokeh head. Note that this 48MP sensor also has f / 1.79 aperture, great for taking your pictures even in low light.

In practical tests, we noticed that the smartphone did very well in photos taken under good lighting, giving good colors and good detail capture. Already in dimly lit environments, we notice a drop in quality, although the results are still acceptable considering the price range of the device.

Is it worth investing?
Undoubtedly, UMIDIGI is seeking not only to catch up but also to outperform most of its competitors in no time. By testing the UMIDIGI X, we can see that the Chinese manufacturer has greatly improved compared to handsets launched in the past. The UMIDIGI X has proven to be a well-balanced handset, offering excellent build quality, above-average cameras and battery and acceptable performance for even the most demanding. Best of all is its price, where it can be found on the manufacturer 's official website for about $ 750.

Discount - UMIDIGI X
Main features:
Fabric: 6.35 ″ AMOLED HD +
Processor: MediaTek Helio P60 Octa-core up to 2.0GHz
GPU: Mali-G72 MP3
Internal Storage: 128GB
Rear camera: 48MP f / 1.79 + 8MP ultrawide + 5MP depth sensor
Front camera: 16MP f / 2.0
Battery: 4.150mAh
Operational system: Android 9.0 Pie 

Pixel 4 doesn't shoot 4K at 60fps and Google has an excuse for that

With videos limited to 30 fps, quality will also be limited and video noise will increase. The Google already went public to explain the reason for this limitation.
Google launched its new Google Pixel 4 to 15 October. One of the best things about the device is that it records in 4K, but only at 30 frames per second (fps).

Hi Pixel 4 supports 4k video recording on the rear camera at 30fps. We find that most users stick with 1080p, so we focus our energy on improving our quality in this mode, versus enabling 4k 60fps mode that could use up to half a gigabyte of storage every minute.

As you can see in the tweet above, one user wondered why there was no 4K video recording at 60fps on the smartphone. The official Google account rushed to argue that it did so because users prefer 1080p.

Google says users prefer 1080p

"Hi, Pixel 4 supports 4k video recording in the rear camera at 30fps. We find that most users use 1080p, so we focus our energy on improving our quality in that mode, instead of enabling a 4k mode at 60fps. which can use up to half a gigabyte of storage every minute. "Google wrote.

This question is raised for two main reasons. First, Google built a legacy of high quality cameras in the Pixel range. However, the video still leaves something to be desired.

Most premium smartphones on the market now offer 4K at 60fps

On the other hand, most premium smartphones on the market already combine these two features in video recording. OnePlus 7T Pro limits this same recording to 5 minutes due to storage limitations.

Google is right to say that they are heavy files, but that cannot be an excuse. Just as it can not be an excuse to say that users prefer 1080p. Also, if users have guaranteed quality in 4K, they will surely opt for that resolution.

OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Announced as a T-Mobile Exclusive

The OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro Edition McLaren were announced nearly two weeks ago in London. However, OnePlus did not announce a 5G version of the device, as it did with OnePlus 7 Pro. When asked why there was no 5G version in an interview, Pete Lau stated that he did not see a sufficient opportunity to launch a second 5G device.

Now this opportunity seems to have come shortly, as the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition was announced today. This is a 5G version of McLaren Edition and will be available in the US as a T-Mobile exclusive.

This is definitely exciting news for OnePlus fans on the Magenta network, as OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition are not sold in the US.

T-Mobile says the new OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition will take advantage of its 5G network that uses the 600MHz spectrum. The 5G network is expected to be available to about 200 million people in the US by the end of the year.

The phone shares the same specifications as the standard McLaren Edition , but adds a Snapdragon X55 5G modem . Thus, it has a 6.67 inch AMOLED QHD + curved display, a Snapdragon 855+ processor , 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of UFS 3.0 storage. A 48MP + 16MP + 8MP triple camera setup is located on the back of the device, while a 16MP pop-up selfie camera is available for selfies. The phone also has an on-screen fingerprint scanner running Android 10 and comes with a 4085mAh battery with Warp Charge 30T support.

The OnePlus and T-Mobile has not announced the price and its release date, but pre-booking has begun.


5 Tips for Choosing the Ideal Smartphone

There is certainly no industry more dynamic than mobile technology, every day we see releases, rumors, leaks, certifications and a lot of information to process interpret and compare about new terminals, all to be presented with pomp and circumstance.

This too much information and supply can get in the way of buying a new phone. With a small checklist in mind, it will be easier to evaluate the most important points before making a choice.

1- Specifications VS Needs

Manufacturers use the innovations and unique features of their devices as a banner to sell equipment. But the strengths of a terminal can differ greatly from user needs.

There are equipment that take thermal photos and allow you to see the temperature of the captured objects, this is awesome! But who needs it on a daily basis? Other devices promise to take professional-level photos, take many photos with the smartphone?

The mental exercise that should be done is: Understand the use we make of the smartphone and with this information sort the equipment that can serve us.

For example: Do you play many games? A good processor and graphics are key.

2 - Cost VS Benefit

Another absolutely fundamental aspect is to set a budget, and only consider equipment that is up to that value as options. This way we avoid comparing equipment of different ranges that will differ in features but also in price. This way we avoid wasting time analyzing equipment that is beyond our means.

3 - Online VS Physical Store

Both options have their positive and negative side, knowing them can help you make the right decision and avoid unnecessary spending and / or future regrets.

Physical Stores

Physical stores have in their favor the fact that it is possible for the consumer to move and try the equipment before making the purchase, and even after purchase there is a period when it is possible to exchange or return the equipment without too many complications. also the 2 year statutory warranty, which can be an important safeguard when we have unexpected problems. On the downside, all these additional services have a cost to the stores, and this is reflected in the final cost of the equipment. Finally, the physical stores usually have equipment of the best known brands, it is impossible to buy those pearls that come from the eastern markets at incredibly low prices. Online StoresOnline shops have a huge variety of yet uncrushed branded devices on the market at truly competitive prices. It is possible to buy equipment with top specifications for 1/3 of what it would cost in a physical store. On the other hand, it is not possible to try the equipment, and sometimes there are associated customs costs (there are stores like Gearbest that have ways around it). Finally, if you wish to activate a device warranty this will imply sending it to the origin (probably China) with all the risks that it may entail, loss, fees etc. Then we have to wait for the online store to repair or replace the equipment and ship it, and we run the risk of loss, fees, etc. It is possible to buy equipment with top specifications for 1/3 of what it would cost in a physical store. On the other hand, it is not possible to try the equipment, and sometimes there are associated customs costs (there are stores like Gearbest that have ways around it). Finally, if you wish to activate a device warranty this will imply sending it to the origin (probably China) with all the risks that it may entail, loss, fees etc. Then we have to wait for the online store to repair or replace the equipment and ship it, and we run the risk of loss, fees, etc. It is possible to buy equipment with top specifications for 1/3 of what it would cost in a physical store. On the other hand, it is not possible to try the equipment, and sometimes there are associated customs costs (there are stores like Gearbest that have ways around it). Finally, if you wish to activate a device warranty this will imply sending it to the origin (probably China) with all the risks that it may entail, loss, fees etc. Then we have to wait for the online store to repair or replace the equipment and ship it, and we run the risk of loss, fees, etc. and sometimes there are associated customs costs (there are stores like Gearbest that have ways around it). Finally, if you wish to activate a device warranty this will imply sending it to the origin (probably China) with all the risks that it may entail, loss, fees etc. Then we have to wait for the online store to repair or replace the equipment and ship it, and we run the risk of loss, fees, etc. and sometimes there are associated customs costs (there are stores like Gearbest that have ways around it). Finally, if you wish to activate the warranty on a device this will imply sending it to the origin (probably China) with all the risks it may entail, loss, fees etc. Then we have to wait for the online store to repair or replace the equipment and ship it, and we run the risk of loss, fees, etc.

In my experience all of my online purchases went well, and the only equipment I received defective was quickly replaced by Gearbest at no cost to the buyer.

4 - Upgrades 

When we buy new equipment we want to have security and operating system upgrades at least in the near future. Before making the decision we can see the history of brand upgrades, and thus realize how likely a piece of equipment is to come. to receive future updates. Another important aspect for the more adventurous is to evaluate if there is a strong development community for this model / brand. Often online communities can extend equipment life by providing unofficial updates for unbelievable periods. 

5 - Reviews / Reviews

There are many websites / blogs and Youtube channels where you can see reviews of the equipment you are going to buy,  If you consider the above points, surely the arduous task of choosing your new smartphone will be easier and more accurate. Who will buy a smartphone soon? Which one is chosen? Leave it in the comments.

Meizu 16T is launched with Snapdragon 855 and OLED screen

The Chinese brand Meizu officially launched today the new Meizu 16T. It stands out with its 6.5 ″ Full HD + OLED screen without notches or cutouts. However, it can still have minimal edges, but enough to include the 16MP front camera with f / 2.2. 

Speaking of cameras, the device has triple rear camera of 12MP + 8MP + 5MP. In addition, it has a generous 4,500mAh battery with support for charging 18W and Android 9.0 Pie. 

In hardware, the Meizu 16T includes a Snapdragon 855 processor alongside 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB OR 256GB of storage. In addition, it includes an Adreno 640 GPU along with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. 

About pricing and availability, Meizu 16T is available in China through the Meizu official store. However, we do not know if the manufacturer will ever bring this device to Brazil officially through the Vi.Station website. Check out the prices: 

6 GB / 128 GB - CNY 1,999 (about $ 499) 

8 GB / 128 GB - CNY 2499 (about $ 499) 

The Meizu 16T post is released with Snapdragon 855 and OLED screen first appeared in All in technology. 


Moto G8 Plus appears on Geekbench with Snpadragon 665

In early October, some online renderings of the Moto G8 Plus appeared alongside some leaked specs. Today, on the eve of its official launch, the Geekbench benchmark platform has confirmed a new detail.

The G8 Plus is said to come with a Snapdragon 665 chipset. It will also have 4GB of RAM and Android 9.0 as its operating system. Now for past rumors, the Moto G8 Plus will come with a 6.3 ″ Full HD + drop-notch display. Also, it should come with 4,000mAh battery and a 48MP main camera.

UMIDIGI Power 3 ships with 6.150mAh battery and Android 10

After some rumors and leaks, Chinese smartphone brand UMIDIGI has finally launched the new UMIDIGI Power 3. It arrives as a successor to UMIDIGI Power, bringing several improvements in camera, battery and processor.

The UMIDIGI Power 3 has a 6.53 ″ Full HD + screen and a small hole that includes the 16MP selfie camera. At the rear, it has a quad camera configuration, where the main sensor has 48MP (F / 1.79). In addition, we have a 5MP secondary sensor, 13MP wide-angle sensor and a dedicated 5MP macro.

Outstanding in performance, the Power 3 features a Helio P60 chipset along with 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB of storage. However, its biggest highlight is its huge 6.150mAh battery, which has fast charging of 18W or reverse charging of 10W. Fortunately, the manufacturer included an OTG cable in the combo so you can charge other devices through your Power 3.

With Android 10 and NFC, UMIDIGI Power 3 will start selling at UMIDIGI's official AliExpress store starting November 11th. Currently, its pre-sale price is around $ 800, but the company remains silent about the initial sales price.

Either way, you can now add Power 3 to your shopping cart now and wait for the best price when the day comes. It is worth noting that UMIDIGI is recruiting 10 people to test this new smartphone. 

Xiaomi's new phone to be released later this month

Leaked information said the line Mi CC9 of Xiaomi receive a new member . Now another leak suggests that this new smartphone is called Mi CC9 Pro and could be released later this month.

Information about the device was shared by Sudhanshu Ambhore , famous for sharing industry leaks, on his Twitter account . It has been reported that the phone will have a 6.4 inch FHD + AMOLED screen with a drop notch and fingerprint scanner under the screen.

Snapdragon 730G
6.4 "Full HD + AMOLED with waterdrop notch
In-display FS
108MP + 13MP (Wide Angle) + 8MP (Telephoto)
4000mAh with 20W + charging
Android 10
NFC blaster
9mm thick
6GB + 128GB around 2599 Yuan

It will be powered by a Snapdragon 730G processor , the same as in Realme X2 . The device still has 6 G B of RAM and 128 GB of storage. No other settings are mentioned , so it can be assumed that there will be no variants.

The big highlight of the Mi CC9 Pro will be its cameras. There will be three sensors at the rear, the main one being a 108 MP camera, the same as the Mi MIX Alpha . The phone will also have a 13 MP wide-angle lens and an 8 MP telephoto sensor . On the front, the present camera has 32 MP.

The Xiaomi will provide the unit with a battery of 4000 mAh that supports fast charging 20 W. It will leave Fab rich with Android 10 , NFC and infrared system blaster IR. The leak also mentions that the phone weighs 180 grams.

By other countries standards, the Mi CC9 Pro will not be cheap. It will sell for $ 367. The Xiao mi has not yet revealed when the phone will be released, but it is expected that the date is also released this week.

How to choose a mobile phone to play?

Since mobile games like Fortnite and PUBG Mobile became famous, mobile games have also become a major aspect when choosing a new mobile phone. By 2019, there are many options to consider and deciding on one can be a little overwhelming. Here we will talk about some of the things to consider when choosing a gaming phone.

How to choose a mobile phone to play?

First - think about the games you will play

One type of games may be completely different from another in terms of the requirements for your mobile phone. Playing PUBG or Fortnite on your mobile is a whole different world from playing other games like online roulette or even Pokemon Go. So before choosing a gaming device, think about the games you will use it for.

That said, here are some parameters to keep in mind when selecting your mobile phone for gaming.

Game Specific Accessories

Playing on a touchscreen may not be the best experience. Especially if they are playing shooting games like PUBG. Some gaming devices come with accessories, such as directional buttons or controller, that provide a better gaming experience. The Asus ROG Phone , for example, comes with a docking station that allows you to connect your phone to a larger screen. You can also use a keyboard and mouse with the station.

Battery life

Since you are playing on your mobile phone, the battery will run out much faster. That's why you need a mobile phone that has a bigger battery. A larger battery means you can play longer. Devices like the Razer Phone 2 come with a 4000 mAh battery.

Cooling solution

When you play, your smartphone will dissipate a lot of heat and this may affect performance. The smartphone you choose needs effective cooling so it won't get too hot or its performance will not be affected. While the Asus ROG comes with impressive original liquid cooling, it also has an external fan that can plug into the back of the phone in order to dissipate heat from the device. Xiaomi Black Shark also uses liquid cooling to keep the thermal part under control.

How to choose a mobile phone to play?

Memory and storage

Gaming phones usually come with a memory of 6-8 GB of RAM and are the ones to look for. Storage is also important and you should choose a device that has at least. 128 GB. The Asus ROG comes with 8 GB of RAM and the base model has 128 GB of storage. If you need more storage, you can use the 512 GB model.

How to choose a mobile phone to play?

Big and vibrant screen

A decent gaming phone needs to have a big screen to take advantage of the game graphics. Screens should be at least 5.5 inches and can scale to any size you are comfortable with. An aspect ratio of 18: 9 is also better if you can get it. We do not recommend purchasing a mobile phone with a screen smaller than 5 inches.

High performance processor

You will need a device with a powerful processor that can keep up with the games you are playing. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip has a score of 270000+ on the AnTuTu benchmark and that is why most gaming phones are powered by this processor. This is the same processor that powers the Asus ROG Phone , Razer Phone 2 and more. At the time of writing, this is the processor that most gaming smartphones are using, but if you can get a device with Snapdragon 855 or higher, then it would be even better.

How to choose a mobile phone to play?


Design is really a matter of personal taste and does not affect the compatibility with mobile phone games. However, it is an important factor for many players. The Razer Phone 2 has a rectangular design and a Razer logo on the back that lights up. The Xiaomi Black Shark has plenty of RGB lighting on the back, which is something many players identify with. There are many other different designs available on the market and you should choose the one you like best, as long as your phone meets the other parameters mentioned in this article.

These are the factors to keep in mind when you are in the market to choose a new gaming smartphone. We hope this article will help you find the right device that meets your needs.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G goes pre-sale on October 23 in select markets

In late September, Huawei officially launched the 5G version of Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro in China. Currently, the promotion poster for these two smartphones is already in Huawei's official store. The poster shows that the Huawei Mate 30 series 5G version uses the Kirin 990 5G Soc Chipset, plus a super-equipped Leica quad-rear camera. These smartphones will begin pre-sale at 6:08 pm on October 23 in China.

The Huawei Mate 30 5G series features the world's first second-generation 5G phone that supports dual SA / NSA network mode . The Huawei Mate 30 series in 5G version has 21 antennas, including 14 5G antennas.In terms of frequency band support, it supports seven frequency bands. These include N79, N78, N77, N41, N28, N3 and N1.

Huawei Mate 30 5G prices in China are

8GB + 128GB - 4,999 yuan ($ 706)

8GB + 256GB - 5499 yuan ($ 777)

For Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G version, it is sold by

8GB + 256GB - 6899 yuan ($ 975)

8GB + 512GB - 7899 yuan ($ 1,117)

This Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G model goes on sale to the public in China on November 1st. What do you think about the Huawei Mate 30 5G? Keep in mind that you do not have Google Services yet , such as version 4G. Do you think these devices can be sold outside China?


Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition) Official 6.3-inch Screen, 48MP Triple Camera and Kirin 710F

The Honor Lite 20 (Youth Edition) is the latest addition to the smartphone line Honor 20. Starting at 1,399 Yuan (~ $ 198), the newly released Honor 20 Lite comes with features such as a 20: 9 aspect ratio screen, Kirin 710F, 48 megapixel triple rear cameras and fast charging support. It arrived as the successor of last year's Honor 10 Lite smartphone.

Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition) specifications and features

The Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition) is a glass-bodied smartphone with a metal frame. Its dimensions are 157.2 x 73.2 x 7.65 mm and it weighs 172.5 grams. The smartphone is equipped with a 6.3 inch OLED display that produces a Full HD + resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Honor 20 Lite certified Rheinland TUV screen filters out harmful blue rays. The phone's AMOLED panel is incorporated with an on-screen fingerprint reader. The display supports a wide range of DCI-P3 colors and the always-on display (AOD).

The SoC Kirin 710F is present inside the Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition). SoC is equipped with up to 8 GB of RAM. When it comes to storage, the phone offers an internal capacity of up to 128 GB. To expand their storage, users can add a microSD card to their device.

The top of the Honor 20 Lite screen is your favorite choice for your 16 megapixels AI selfie camera. The upper left corner of the glass back has a vertical range of cameras. It has a 48-megapixel main lens with f / 1.8 aperture, an ultra-wide 8-megapixel lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Triple cameras offer features such as AIS portable super night scene mode, AI scene recognition, portrait mode and more.

The EMUI 9.1.1- based Android 9 Pie operating system runs within Honor 20 Lite . It features Ark Compiler, the EROFS file system and GPU Turbo 3.0. It comes with a 4.000mAh battery that supports a fast charging of 22.5W. The connectivity features available on the device support for dual SIM, 4G VoLTE, 802.11 b / g / n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, USB-C and 3.5mm audio jack. Finally, the double-sided recognition feature lets you examine two-sided information simultaneously to unlock the device.

Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition) Price and Availability

Here are the prices of the different variants of Honor 20 Lite:
4 GB RAM + 64 GB Storage - 1,399 Yuan (~ US $ 198)

6 GB RAM + 64 GB Storage - 1,499 Yuan (~ US $ 212)

6 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage - 1,699 Yuan (~ US $ 240)

8 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage - 1,899 Yuan (~ US $ 268)

Color Variants: Magic Night Black, Blue Water Jade and Icelandic Fantasy

Honor 20 Lite pre-orders start today in China. The 6GB and 8GB RAM editions of the phone will go on sale October 25th. The basic 4GB RAM model will be available from November 11th.

ZTE Registers Names Blade V12 Vita and ZTE Blade V13 Vita

ZTE Registers Names Blade V12 Vita and ZTE Blade V13 Vita

The ZTE Blade V10 Vita was launched in February as an affordable range device equipped with a Unisoc processor . If we follow its release line, its successor is expected to arrive in February next year during MWC 2020 . However, there is a possibility that the successor to the Blade V10 will not be released as the Blade V11 Vita based on recent ZTE trademark applications .

The ZTE applied for registration of several trademarks in the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) last week and the database shows that there is no device called Blade V11 Vita . Instead we have Blade V12 Vita , Blade V13 Vita and continue to Blade V18 Vita .There is also no Blade V17 Vita .

It is not uncommon for a manufacturer to skip a number when it comes to naming its products. Popular examples include OnePlus skipping the name of OnePlus 4 and Samsung skipping the Galaxy Note 6 .

Based on the trademarks, it is safe to say that the successor to the Blade V10 Vita will be the Blade V12 Vita . Its specifications are unknown and may remain so until January 2020, but both should remain a more basic device.


Huawei will develop radar for autonomous cars

The Huawei will use 5G technology to develop radar for autonomous cars. The move is part of the Chinese giant's attempt to play a bigger role in the auto industry.

The speech comes from the company's rotating chairman, Xu Zhijun, at a conference on connected smart vehicles . He has not given time to develop the products, but has confirmed that the company will use 5G to mount laser millimeter wave radars.

Despite all the investment in autonomous vehicles by large companies, experts say it will take years for the industry to reach "level 4" autonomy. This is the level at which vehicles will be able to handle all aspects of driving without human intervention.

The radars will be installed by Huawei, both the millimeter wave as those laser, are used by the autonomous vehicle manufacturers to collect information from the environment around the vehicle.

Huawei's decision follows China's strong effort to accompany the United States in the global race for autonomous vehicle development.

Remember that in April, the company launched a 5G communication hardware for the automotive industry.


Volkswagen Group bets on electric vehicle recharging aisle

Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche (all companies of the same group) announced on Tuesday (22) a partnership with EDP to install 30 ultra-fast charging stations (150KW and 350KW) electric vehicles in the state of Sao Paulo. There will be 29 150KW and one 350KW stations.

In addition, 30 semi-fast recharging equipment (22KW) will be installed. That is, each network point will have an ultra-fast and a semi-fast station. Ultra-fast charging electroplates can replenish 80% of the car's battery in 25 to 30 minutes.

The idea of ​​the project is to connect 64 charging points in the states of Espirito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Paraná and Santa Catarina. In this way, a hybrid and electric car supply corridor of more than 2,500 km in length will be formed.

The maximum distance between stations will be 150Km, to guarantee autonomy for drivers. The highways that will receive them are Tamoios, Imigrantes, Carvalho Pinto, Governor Mário Covas, Dom Pedro, Washington Luís and Régis Bittencourt.

Tests and new vehicles

The project was approved by the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) and will have an investment of R $ 32.9 million. This is the first project to install ultra-fast chargers in South America. Network implementation will begin in 2019. The first openings are scheduled for 2020 and work is expected to be completed within three years.

The tests for approval of the recharge infrastructure are made with Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles. Volkswagen is expected to launch six electric and hybrid cars in Latin America by 2023. The first of these is the Golf GTE hybrid, which arrives in Brazil in November.


At the same time, the brand develops the ID. Family, produced on an electric vehicle manufacturing platform. By 2025, the company's goal is to market 1 million electric cars a year.


New design of Android TV should arrive in the coming weeks

A new update for Android TV should be available soon, with a major design change. The change was first noted by a Reddit user who photographed the new interface. The site 9to5Google asked the company and received information that "the vast majority will receive the updated application." Only a few older Android TV services will remain as they are.

The new version of the Play Store on Android TV puts a great focus on app research and discovery. Android TV currently has more than 5,000 apps, and Google hopes to make this choice easier and more intuitive, as well as suggest new apps you might like. To this end, categories such as Entertainment, Sports, Games, and Productivity have been expanded, keeping less popular apps hidden.

Suggestions will be allocated into different categories and will include personalized recommendations to improve the Android TV user experience. In addition, the app has also undergone many visual modifications. The background now uses a full-screen image and selecting an app will launch an app trailer. If nothing is selected, the background will be black. The goal is to get in on the competition with Chromecast, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.

The Apps, Games, and My Apps section has also been relocated and now occupies the top right corner of the homepage. Previously, these options were within a menu accessed at the left of the screen. Like the main menu, the settings menu has also received some visual changes, now featuring a list menu instead of icons.

Overall, the new Play Store update will make better use of available TV screen space, which should help users have a better experience with the app. Expected in the coming weeks, Google said Android TV will not yet have Play Pass because these services are not yet technologically compatible.


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