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 

Samsung launches One UI 2.0 beta for Galaxy Note 10

After a long bad track record of frequently unaddressed smartphones, Samsung seems set to change the course of history. In this sense, it has released constant system updates for its major smartphones. An example of this is that recently released news around the new One UI 2.0, new version of its custom interface.

As you can see in the video below some changes in One UI 2.0 compared to the current version. For example, dark mode has improved, now covering a wider range of apps and notifications. In addition, it is worth noting that the manufacturer has reduced the size of notifications, making them more discreet so as not to disturb the user when performing another activity.

Bringing visual improvements, the new One UI 2.0 has slightly lighter color icons. Samsung's new interface version is currently available to Note 10 and Note 10+ owners.

Soon it will also arrive on devices like the Galaxy S10, S10 +, S10e and S10 5G. However, only users of these handsets in China, India, South Korea, Spain, France and the US will enjoy the news at least for now.

The post Samsung launches One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 10 first appeared in All in Technology .

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.

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