Samsung May Introduce Galaxy Fold 2 in February 2020

Samsung May Introduce Galaxy Fold 2 in February 2020

In late February 2019, Samsung unveiled the design of Galaxy Fold with shipments starting in April. But the actual release date was delayed until September, due to various hardware issues. It took months for Samsung to fine tune the design. As it turns out, Samsung was also working on a different foldable smartphone design the entire time. The new concept folds vertically and it has a punch hole, instead of a notch. Samsung hasn’t confirmed…

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Snapdragon 735 SoC Will Offer 5G Connectivity for Mid-Range Devices

Snapdragon 735 SoC Will Offer 5G Connectivity for Mid-Range Devices

The upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 735 using the 7nm EUV manufacturing process with LPP (Low Power Plus) technology. With 7nm process, more transistors could be crammed into an integrated circuit. With more transistors, a processor could be more powerful and more efficient. In fact, Samsung and another chip maker, TSMC will use 5nm technology to produce better chips. EUV (extreme ultraviolet) lithography is a critical technology for more precise placement of transistors, because each transistor is…

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Samsung Introduces the Exynos 990 Mobile Processor

Samsung Introduces the Exynos 990 Mobile Processor

At the Samsung Tech Day 2019, the South Korean company introduces its new high performance mobile processor with 7nm EUV manufacturing process. The Exynos 990 will be used on Samsung’s upcoming flagship models. It comes with integrated Exynos Modem 5123 for 5G data connectivity. It’s also the first 5G modem made using the advanced 7nm process. Other than support for mmWave 5G and sub-6GHz spectrums, it also provides compatibility with older connectivity technologies, including 2G,…

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iPhone SE2 Will Be Apple’s Next Affordable Smartphone

iPhone SE2 Will Be Apple’s Next Affordable Smartphone

The iPhone SE2 will be a more affordable model with some features of the Apple’s latest flagship, including the powerful A13 Bionic processor. It a direct successor to the previous iPhone SE. However, compared to its predecessor, the SE2 looks rather bulky. The original iPhone SE debuted back in 2016 and it adopted the overall designs of iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Ming-Chi Kuo, the well known Apple analyst, said that the iPhone SE2 may…

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iPad 10.2 Review

iPad 10.2 Review

The new iPad 10.2 is the latest affordable tablet from Apple and it’s available for only $330. Visually, it looks like an ordinary iPad and it runs the new tablet-optimized iPadOS software, instead of the iOS. Design and Display The iPad 10.2 still has the physical Home button, thick bezels and Touch ID scanner. The thick bezels may make the device looks dated, but it should be easier to handle. Instead of the 9.7-inch display…

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Camera Features of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Camera Features of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Although previous Pixel models only have a single camera, it doesn’t mean that they don’t do well in the photography department. Google manages to squeeze maximum performance out of the single-camera solution. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL finally arrive with dual cameras arrangement. If they did quite well with only a single camera, then we could get more with two cameras. Here are features of Pixel 4 cameras: Night Sight: On the Pixel…

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Google Officially Releases Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Google Officially Releases Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Before the official launch, there were rumors and leaks about the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Now, we could confirm whether those reported details are true. Design and display Visually, there’s nothing strikingly unusual about both Pixel 4 models. The thick bezel makes the phone looks top-heavy. It has an aluminum frame and at the rear, you could find the matted glass. There are two color options, black and white. For biometric authentication, Pixel…

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Sony Officially Introduces the Xperia 8

Sony Officially Introduces the Xperia 8

Sony has added the latest entry in its catalogue of devices, the Xperia 8. It’s a mid-range device with Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 SoC, 6.0-inch FullHD+ display with 21:9 aspect ratio, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and microSD slot. On the back, there are a couple of cameras, 12MP f/1.8 primary camera and 8Mp f/2.4 secondary camera. Around the front, you could find the 8Mp f/2.0 camera for selfie. It offers water resistance chassis,…

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Samsung Galaxy S11 May Have a Periscope Camera with 108Mp Resolution and 5x Optical Zoom

Samsung Galaxy S11 May Have a Periscope Camera with 108Mp Resolution and 5x Optical Zoom

The Samsung Galaxy S11 will surely deliver various amazing features. Rumors point out to primary camera with 108MP resolution and telephoto lens with 5X optical zoom. Recently, the well-known Twitter leaker @UniverseIce posted that the Galaxy S11 will have more than just a camera with 5x optical zoom. This could mean a separate photography feature or a telephoto lens with more than 5x magnification. A tech news website from South Korea, The Elec, reported that…

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OnePlus 7T Review

OnePlus 7T Review

The OnePlus 7T is the newest device from OnePlus. Priced at only $600, this smartphone model confidently outperforms more expensive Android device competitors. It sports a 6.55-inch AMOLED Full HD display with 90Hz refresh rate, while many flagship Android devices still use 60Hz display. It means, the display of OnePlus 7T refreshes 90 times each second, ensuring smooth visuals when showing fast paced videos and 3D rendering. The display also has embedded fingerprint scanner for…

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iOS 13.2 Beta Update Will Introduce the Deep Fusion Feature

iOS 13.2 Beta Update Will Introduce the Deep Fusion Feature

The next beta of iOS update will enable the Deep Fusion, a new image processing technique for all three iPhone 11 models. Reviewers and users have confirmed that significant photography improvements of the iPhone 11 family and there’s one more enhancement.  With Deep Fusion, Apple promises that images produced by iPhone 11 devices will pop with details and have minimum noises. This technology is meant to run on the background. Users won’t be able to…

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Huawei Will Introduce Kirin 1000 SoC With 5nm Manufacturing Process

Huawei Will Introduce Kirin 1000 SoC With 5nm Manufacturing Process

Huawei unveiled the Kirin 990 earlier this month. It was designed by the HiSilicon and manufactured by TMSC or Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. It has built-in 5G modem and manufactured using the 7nm process. The Kirin 990 should power the foldable Mate X and Mate 30 series. It appears that Huawei is preparing for the next improved SoC, which will be used for the Mate 40 series next year. The SoC will be called the…

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Samsung Will Release World’s First 5G Tablet

Samsung Will Release World’s First 5G Tablet

The next milestone in 5G technology could be just right in the corner. While 5G technology is initially available for smartphones, the next natural step would be to introduce it to tablet users. 5G network is growing steadily around the world and users will get real-life benefits from this technology. Tablet owners should have access to 5G technology as well. Samsung is in good position to take the lead in the tablet market, when it…

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The New Samsung Galaxy Fold Still Has Durability Issues

The New Samsung Galaxy Fold Still Has Durability Issues

Technically, Samsung Galaxy Fold is still the most popular foldable device, because it’s released by the household name of the smartphone industry. The previous spring launch of the Fold turned into a controversial fiasco due to display problems. Now, Samsung is gearing up for the actual commercial release of the re-engineered device. With some improvements, the improved Galaxy Fold is designed to withstand the actual daily abuse, better than the initial model. It turns out,…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.1 and iPadOS

Apple Releases iOS 13.1 and iPadOS

After disseminating iOS 13 a week previously, the iOS 13.1 has been rolled out as expected. The original schedule for the release was September 30th and the date has been moved out to quickly eliminate bugs found in iOS 13. One significant change is that the U1 Ultra Wideband chip is enabled by the iOS 13.1. This allows users to put another iPhone at the top of the AirDrop list by pointing the devices to…

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Xiaomi Introduces Mi Mix Alpha Concept Smartphone with Wraparound Display

Xiaomi Introduces Mi Mix Alpha Concept Smartphone with Wraparound Display

With the Mi Mix lineup, Xiaomi has always pushed the design of their smartphones. The original Mi Mix embraced a very high screen to body ratio at its time. The Mi Mix 3 offered an all-screen design with slider format. Now, instead of introducing the Mi Mix 4, Xiaomi shows us a concept device with wraparound display. The Mi Mix Alpha introduces the “4D surrounding curved display” concept based on the AMOLED panel and 180.6…

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Why the Night Mode of iPhone 11 is Quite Impressive?

Why the Night Mode of iPhone 11 is Quite Impressive?

                                          It should come as no surprise that the iPhone 11 family has great camera features. The trend on improved night mode was started by Google Pixel with its Night Sight feature. It led to real advancement in low light photography across the smartphone industry. As always, Apple doesn’t want to bring anything half-baked and…

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How Samsung Improves the New Galaxy Fold?

How Samsung Improves the New Galaxy Fold?

The original Galaxy Fold was a controversial device with quite a few serious flaws. With the new Galaxy Fold, there are some noteworthy changes that you should be aware of. This time, there’s no more visible protective layer that people could peel off. In the original design, the protective layer wasn’t well integrated on the display, so it looks like something that you could happily peel off. This time, the new Fold has display edge…

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