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Huawei Mate X 5G phone to get Germany’s CE certification

Huawei has become the first manufacturer to receive a 5G mobile smartphone certificate in the EU. Announced Presently, Huawei’s VP, Li Xiaolong was awarded the CE certificate by the president of Germany’s TUV Rheinland, Stefan Kischka for the Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone. The CE certificate is a requirement for any gadget that will be sold within the European Economic Area. It certifies that the device is safe and meets health and environmental standards. The Huawei Mate X is the first 5G cameraphone in the world to receive this certification and it hints at the cameraphone launching in the region in the near future. It Furthermore means that Huawei is already working on mass production of the cameraphone. Huawei’s Li Xiaolong says the CE certificate is like a passport to enter the European market. But, having it isn’t as easy as that required for 4G devices as the process is extra stringent. The Huawei Mate X was introduced at MWC 2019 last month. It has a flexible AMOLED panel screen that folds outward. When unfolded, the panel size is 8-inches with a 2200 x 2480 resolution and whenever folded it has a 6.6-inch 1148 x 2480 panel on one side and a 6.38-inch 2480 x 892 screen on the additional side. The cameraphone is fueled by the Kirin 980 paired with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of memory. The 5G cpu inside the phone is the Balong 5000. There is dual SIM support though only one SIM slot supports 5G. It also has triple rear digital cameras co-developed with Leica – a 40MP wide angle lens, a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens. The digital cameras In addition double as the selfie cameras. Another attributes include things like a 4,500mAh battery with support for 55W quick charging, Android 9 pie, NFC, and dual-frequency GPS. (Sources: 1, 2, via)



A Moto G6 Plus with Snapdragon 660 on board shows up in live images

Motorola announced the G6 Plus last month, but it looks like there may be an even higher-end iteration of the phone coming soon. That's because today a couple of live hands-on images surfaced, depicting a G6 Plus powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC. You can see those shots below. The weird thing is that the G6 Plus we know (and have reviewed) has the Snapdragon 630 at the helm. So what gives? We assume there's a possibility that Motorola will soon unveil a G6 variant with the SD660 and 6GB of RAM, like the one seen in the pictures. Otherwise, it should be identical to the...



Xiaomi Pocophone F1 with 8 GB RAM appears on Geekbench

Xiaomi is announcing a new smartphone series called Pocophone and the first device from the portfolio will be called F1, according to numerous leaks. It is arriving in India on August 22, but just days ahead of the unveiling the phone popped up on Geekbench with 8 GB RAM. This is the second appearance of the Pocophone F1 at the benchmark after last week's listing with 6 gigs of RAM. The single-score result of 2451 and the multi-core score of 8998 are on similar levels with other Snapdragon 845-powered phones like the OnePlus 6, Xiaomi Mi 8, HTC U12+ etc. The listing actually...



LG V30 (H930 and H930G) bootloader can now be unlocked officially

The list of LG smartphones for which bootloader unlocking is officially supported has been updated once again. This time, it's the LG V30 that's been added to the list - specifically, the H930 model that's on sale in some parts of Europe and the H930G Italy-only variant. If you aren't already aware, the bootloader unlocking process allows you to do things like running a custom ROM on your unit. But keep in mind that it voids your device's warranty as well. For detailed information on how to unlock the bootloader of your LG device, head to the Source link below. Source



Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) review: Marathoner with a punch

A Samsung for every taste - that seems to be the main mantra of the Korean giant as of late, as evident by its sprawling and ever-expanding smartphone lineup. We guess it's always good to have more options, but we just can't shake the feeling that some of Samsung's recent creations are beginning to overlap and thread in each other's territory - at least from the global perspective we have.