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  • - Introducing the Exynos W920 - the first dedicated 5nm chip for wearables

    On Tuesday, August 10, 2021 (August 19, 1400), one day before the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung announced the production of a chipset for wearable products. The chip is called the Exynos W920 and, according to the manufacturer, is the first proprietary chipset for wearable devices to be made with advanced 5-nanometer lithography and the EUV process. According to Samsung, the CPU and GPU performan

  • - Introducing Galaxy Buds2 - Samsung's new TWS headset

    A few minutes ago, at the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Buds2 Airbus, along with the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic smartwatches, which, like other Samsung devices for this event, unveiled several The day before, it had a full and colorful presence in the unofficial news and even the video of its unboxing was already available. Buds2 should be considered a co

  • - What is the Right to Repair and why is it important?

    According to CNN, on Thursday, August 5, this year (August 14, 1400) a plan is under consideration in the United States, according to which smartphone users will have a right called "Right to Repair" and devices to In the future, they should be designed in such a way that they can be repaired faster and cheaper. If the plan is approved by the US government, it will force manufacturers such as Appl

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  • - Huawei seeks 5.5G internet connection; Speed ​​up to 10x faster than 5G

    Recently, at an event called 5G-Advanced Innovation Industry, a Huawei vice president introduced six important directions for 5.5G connectivity. The technology is being developed by Huawei and other companies and could speed up device communications by up to 10 times over the next few years. As you can guess from the name of this technology, 5.5G technology will be a big upgrade and a professional

  • - Counterpoint report on China smartphone market in June 2021 - Honor strong return

    Following unprecedented pressure from US sanctions, Honor officially parted ways with Huawei in the fall of last year and resumed normal operations with new, modern processors and access to Google's software package. With the normalization of conditions for Honor and the introduction of new models of this company, the process of its revival has accelerated and according to a report published by Co

  • - Familiarity with the third generation of Oppo technology for placing the camera under the display layer

    Oppo was one of the first brands to introduce UDC camera technology to the industry in 2019 by building a prototype. But while some other manufacturers - such as ZTE - have launched their devices with this technology, Oppo has not yet commercialized the technology. Of course, it seems that Oppo intends to produce such a product seriously. The Chinese company unveiled its latest solution in this fi

  • - Introducing the MagDart Riley ecosystem: 50 and 15 watt wireless chargers, power bank and a few other products

    Riley unveiled his first wireless magnetic charging system, MagDart, at an official event on Tuesday, August 3, 1400. There have been rumors in the past that the Chinese brand plans to launch its new ecosystem with an advanced phone called Realme Flash, but it looks like it will be a concept phone to show off, at least for now. The capabilities of the company's new wireless charging system are use

  • - Introducing the vivo Y12G - the sixth member of the cheap family - prices with Snapdragon 439

    Over the past two years, Vivo has introduced five different members of the Y12 family of low-end handsets, all of which feature low-end processors and large batteries, and are closely related in design with the presence of a notch at the top of the screen. On Thursday, August 5, 2021, the company introduced the sixth member of the family, the Y12G, which still retains key elements of the series, s

  • - Strategy Analytics report on the European smartphone market in the second quarter of 2021 - Xiaomi climbs to the top of the table

    Canalys' report on the global smartphone market in the second quarter of 2021 was accompanied by surprising news: Xiaomi overtook Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker in the world (after Samsung). Apparently, good news for Xiaomi is coming one after another, and this time the messenger is Strategy Analytics Research Institute. On Monday, August 2, 2021, the institute published its r

  • - Xiaomi Poco F3 in the eyes of the media - strengths and weaknesses in the eyes of professionals

    The new generation of 5G smartphones is slowly conquering the mobile market at all price levels, from low-cost models to advanced flagships. Some of these models have been distinguished from others by relying on specifications that are sometimes only seen in high-end handsets, and have attracted the attention of a wide range of buyers. Xiaomi Poco F3 is one of these phones, which is one of the mos

  • - Introducing the Redmi Note 10 JE - the new child of the Note 10 family from Japan

    In 2021, we saw the production of several devices in the Redmi Note 10 series, including the Note 10 Pro, Note 10 5G, Note 10S, Redmi Note 10 (marketed in India as the Note 10 Pro Max), Note 10 Pro (for the market China) and finally the Note 10 Pro for the Indian market. In this regard, Redmi (Xiaomi sub-brand) on Monday, August 2, 2021 (August 11, 1400) unveiled another new phone in this family c

  • - IDC report on global Chromebook and tablet market in the second quarter of 2021 - iPad tops and continues to grow in both markets

    The IDC Research Institute released its report on the global tablet and Chromebook market on July 30 this year (April 8, 1400) between April and June 2021. According to the report, in the second quarter of this year, another successful season for Chromebooks and tablets has taken place, and this group of products has recorded significant growth. According to preliminary data from the global market