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Integral unveils 512GB microSD card, coming this February

A 512GB microSD card was unveiled as far back as mid-2015, but that never came to market. Maybe this new one will work out better - Integral Memory promises it will arrive in Febuary (but there's no price yet). The new 512GB card is rated class 10, UHS-I U1 meaning it guarantees a minimum of 10MB/s sequential writes. That should be enough for 4K shooting and plenty of it - it half a terabyte of memory! That's sustained sequential speed, the card tops out at 80MB/s. Integral is not worried about the rise of cloud storage and says consumer preferences are clear enough. On phones (or...



Xiaomi to tripple its presence in Europe

The Chinese smartphone maker is set to increase its presence across Europe. Amid tensions between the US and China, currently various Chinese companies are turning to deliver a massive presence in the European market. When, Huawei’s announcement, Xiaomi has Furthermore noted to open fresh stores in the European sub-continent. The fresh market is presently blooming with Chinese products. Presently from Xiaomi’s vice president, Wang Xiang, it has said that the manufacturer wants to triple its presence in Europe. After conquering the cameraphone markets of some developing nations such as India, Indonesia and few other countries, now the Chinese brand is moving towards the west. It will help the manufacturer to deliver the brands’ presence at the ground level across the whole European continent. Already, Xiaomi owns near about open 50 stores in Europe but currently it goals to increase it by 3x to 150. It is a Fantastic step to elevate the confidence for the brand among the local customers. General, it will increase the brand’s popularity in Europe. Xiaomi is famous for its affordability across mid-level and entry-level gadgets. Now, they are plunging towards high-end markets, and Europe is the suitable market as far as the spending power is considered. Every year with the fresh products, Xiaomi is expanding its goals for alternative fresh markets. They tend to enter every massive market throughout the world, but the road to the US appears to be harsh straight currently. Because of to stiff between US-China trade relations, a lot of Chinese firms are reeling from losses and stiff conditions to operate. Even Xiaomi is struggling to deliver a mark on the US soil thanks to unlikely conditions. Additionally, Xiaomi has noted various fresh high-end devices at MWC 2019. Mainly, they released Mi 9 with Sd 855 with the triple rear camera module. Xiaomi is investing heavily on the smartphone’s digital cameras since the past couple of several years. It carries the world’s initial 20W wireless charging pad which follows Fast Charge and Qi Wireless protocols. Further, they uncovered the 5G fueled version of Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 with the sliding design. Yesterday, in an overwhelming response Xiaomi Mi 9 went out of stock in just 53 seconds during its initial flash sale in China. Soon it will be made out there across alternative markets this sort of as India and Europe. (Via)

Nokia X5 now official with Helio P60, dual cameras and 84% screen-to-body ratio

After a failed attempt on July 11, HMD Global finally announced its latest mid-ranger, the Nokia X5 (Nokia 5.1 Plus). Most of the rumors so far turned out to be true and many will be disappointed by the inclusion of the notch. However, Nokia X5 is built around a 5.86-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) display (19:9 aspect ratio) with 2.D curved glass on the edges and boasts an 84% screen-to-body ratio. It's quite impressive for a device in this price range. The specs sheet continues with MediaTek Helio P60 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage and there's also a...



Snapdragon 427, 427 and 653 is introduced

Qualcomm has announced that it is releasing successors to three of its popular mid-range CPUs. These CPUs are all Snapdragon and each carry their own number: Snapdragon 653, 626, and 427. In addition to the updates mentioned blow, Qualcomm has also enabled Quick Charge 3.0 to every new CPU across the board. With these new features, we expect to see Quick Charge make its way to even more low to mid-range devices. (more…)

Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite hands-on review

Last year the Xiaomi Mi A1 was a star in our reviews, the conclusion page in particular. We could recommend the Mi A1 as an alternative to literally every smartphone - from the cheapest droids, to the most expensive top dogs. But its reign is over as the maker is launching not one but two sequels - brace yourselves for the invasion of the Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite.