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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4’s optional keyboard cover and stylus exposed

Samsung's high-end tablet, the Galaxy Tab S4, should be pretty close to launch considering all the leaks and rumors going around. We already know what it will look like and also most of the specs. And today, we get to see the accessories and the white variant. The famous leakster Evan Blass published some revealing photos of the optional keyboard cover. With it, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S4 should be able to go against Apple's iPad Pro, although the price should be considerably lower. The next image shows the tablet in white and that one comes with a white stylus, too. Speaking...



Smartphone world cup: Samsung Galaxy S9+ is our champion

Our Smartphone World Cup is over and it saw record participation. The final alone saw over 100,000 votes and not one but two changes in the lead. If this Cup taught us anything is that fan engagement is invaluable for the success of a phone. But first, congratulations go to the winner - Samsung Galaxy S9+. It won by a healthy margin, the final score was divided 58/42 in percentage terms, though it was pretty close for a while. Things changed day to day. The S9+ got the early lead and it seemed as it may cruise to victory. Yet, the OnePlus 6 rallied its fans and with 48h remaining it...



RIP MP3? Not so fast, this old gal isn’t going away yet

You may not have heard of the Fraunhofer Society, but you've almost certainly used some of its inventions - notably MP3 (but it also contributed to AAC audio and H.264 video). Recently, many rushed to declare MP3 "dead" because Fraunhofer killed its licensing program and declared AAC the successor. There seems to be a misunderstanding. Patents on MP3 decoding expired a couple of years ago, you can use any free implementation you wish and not pay a cent in licensing. Recently, patents on encoding expired as well (save for a couple of unimportant ones), so license-free software can create...



🔥 Xiaomi Mi 8 6.21 pollici 4G Smartphone Versione Globale 6 GB di RAM 128 GB di ROM – BIANCA 6 + 128 GB

Xiaomi Mi 8 6.21 pollici 4G Smartphone Versione Globale 6 GB di RAM 128 GB di ROM

- BIANCA 6 + 128 GB

Link di prodotto

💰Prezzo: 336.5€
✂️Coupon: GBMPO9IK
☀️Quantita:30pezzi
⏱VALIDA ORE @9:00 28/12/18


Le caratteristiche:


Xiaomi Mi 8 come phablet con display da 6,21 pollici ti offre un'esperienza visiva vivida e diversa. Telecamere triple, fotocamere con retro dorsale 12.0MP + 12.0MP e fotocamere frontali 20.0MP, puoi goderti le immagini ad alta risoluzione. Viene fornito con la maggior parte delle funzioni che ci si aspetta da un phablet, tra cui 6 GB di RAM e 128 GB di memoria ROM dotati di MIUI 10 OS che consente di giocare più velocemente. Inoltre, una batteria di grande capacità da 3400mAh ti offre una lunga esperienza.

Caratteristiche principali:
Xiaomi Mi 8 4G Smartphone 6.21 pollici MIUI 9 Snapdragon 845 Octa Core 2.8GHz 6 GB di RAM 128 GB di ROM Sensore di Impronte Digitali 3400mAh Incorporata
Schermo: 6,21 pollici 2248 x 1080 pixel
CPU: Snapdragon 845 Octa Core 2.8GHz
Sistema: MIUI 10
Memoria: 6 GB di RAM + 128 GB di ROM
Telecamere: 12.0MP + 12.0MP telecamere posteriori doppi e fotocamera frontale 20.0MP
Sensori: Sensore di luce ambientale, Sensore di prossimità, Giroscopio, Accelerometro, Sensore di distanza, Bussola elettronica, Sensore di Hall, Barometro
Caratteristiche: GPS, Glonass, Beidou, Galieo
Bluetooth:5.0
Scheda SIM: dual Nano SIM, dual standby

Reti:
GSM B2 / B3 / B5 / B8, CDMA 1X / EVDO BC0
WCDMA B1 / B2 / B4 / B5 / B8 TD-SCDMA B34 / B39
FDD-LTE B1 / B2 / B3 / B4 / B5 / B7 / B8 / B12 / B17 / B20, TDD-LTE B34 / B38 / B39 / B40 / B41


Nota: la funzione ID viso di questo telefono è disponibile solo per questi paesi: Hong Kong (Cina), Taiwan (Cina), Singapore, Malesia, Indonesia, Tailandia, Vietnam, Francia, Italia, Belgio, Hindi, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh .







Samsung Electronics CEO announces plans to step down, cites ‘unprecedented crisis’

In a shocking development, Samsung Electronics' CEO Kwon Oh-hyun has announced that he will step down from all his current roles and responsibilities next year in March. He is currently also the CEO of Samsung Display. Kwon revealed his plans in a letter sent to company employees. "It is something I had been thinking long and hard about for quite some time. It has not been an easy decision, but I feel I can no longer put it off," he said. Citing 'unprecedented crisis' facing the company, the letter says it's time for the company to move ahead under a young leadership. "As we are...