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Gionee announces the S6 with slim metal body

Gionee has announced the new Gionee S6, the latest in its line of slim mid-range smartphones. The Gionee S6 has a 5.5-inch 720p AMOLED display, MediaTek MT6753 SoC with 1.3GHz octa-core CPU and Mali T-720 GPU and 3GB RAM. The 32GB internal memory is expandable via the microSD card slot while the camera pair includes a 13 megapixel main unit and a 5 megapixel front snapper. There's a hybrid second SIM slot, so you can choose between dual SIM and single SIM and memory expansion. You get LTE support, USB Type-C connector, and a 3150mAh battery. The phone is running on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Gionee's AMIGO OS 3.1 on top. (more…)

Asus offers Zenfone 3 in Malaysia

Asus has just launched the Zenfone 3 range of smartphones in Malaysia. Announced two months ago, the Zenfone 3 is only now starting to become available, with a couple of models first listed in Thailand the other day. Back to Malaysia though, where the company held its Zenvolution event today. The press was reminded again of the phones' features and specs, but since those have been official for a while now, it's the pricing that's perhaps more important. (more…)

cameraphone with A 192MP camera will launch next month says leakster

In 2019, Qualcomm, the major mobile chipmaker, said that its processors support up to 192 megapixels camera sensors. Back then, that seemed like a ludicrously large scanner, however currently, it might be launch like early like upcoming month, as stated by to a leakster.

Back when the aforementioned declaration was made, 48 megapixel digital camera sensors had just been rumored to release soon. But currently, we have presently seen telephone manufacturer’s shipping 108 megapixel sensors. While, this number is In addition expected to soon be trumped as a new phone with a 192 megapixels camera scanner will allegedly be introduced up coming month. A 192MP smartphone will launch next month says leakster The announcement arrives from a post broadcasted by a leakster on Weibo, the Chinese microblogging web. An additional a lot more detail which was flowed out bundled the model number SM7250. This is a model number for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 series. In additional words, a Sd 765 SoC series handset will sport a 192 megapixels sensor. Unfortunately, this brings the viability of the device into question. While the Snapdragon 765 could Certain support a 192 megapixels camera, it can only support snapshots. Meaning, additional crucial options like HDR or multi-frame processing will not be probable at that high resolution. So, it remains to be seen just how well they improve the scanner for the phone. Sadly finer details are unknown and there may be a few workarounds to this. Although we don’t know for sure which OEM aims on launching this sort of a gadget, Qualcomm did previously mention it is working with partners to bring 200 megapixel sensors. So, it could not be that far fetched. Although this is a leak, so get it with a grain of salt for presently.

Xiaomi officially confirms the Mi A2 Lite is coming on July 24

Xiaomi's Twitter account continues to tease the launch of the Mi A2 and it even officially confirmed that it will be joined by the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite. The first tweet said "2 is better than 1" and the next tweet named the Mi A2 Lite explicitly. In case you missed it, someone put the Mi A2 Lite on sale yesterday, at a reasonable price ($190) and confirmed the specs. The phone is more or less a Redmi 6 Pro except with stock Android instead of MIUI (in the same way that the Mi A2 is a Mi 6X). Xiaomi officially confirms the Mi A2 Lite (launching on July 24) The differences between...

OPPO files patent for a foldable smartwatch

Foldable smartphones are just starting to gain momentum even though none is still to go commercial. But, we have seen number of of them as Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, Huawei Mate X, Xiaomi’s and a couple of others. Whereas we await the full rollout of foldable smartphones commercially, OPPO is presently attempting to create a storm with a foldable smartwatch. The BBK subsidiary week ago filed for a patent with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) late last year. The patent entitled ‘Wearable electronic device’ was published in September 2018 and describes a smartwatch with a flexible screen.OPPO foldable smartwatch As could be seen from the sketch, the patented Oppo smartwatch has a usual watch strap and a rectangular-shaped display. A special include of this smartwatch is that the panel module is foldable so that the user has a bigger display area within with no time if desired. The design will suit both these who prefer wearing their watch on the left or right hand. Whenever worn on the instantly hand, the foldable display extends into the wrist even though the left hand extends into the back of the palm. These types of a design will assure the screen will get some main support and won’t be hanging in the air.OPPO foldable smartwatch OPPO files patent for a foldable smartwatch 2 The smartwatch has two modes; a folded and unfolded mode. When unfolded, the display area is increased by up to 200%, giving you up to 3 times extra screen space. The user interface also changes depending on the mobile device being used. In the folded position the more panel part is stored in the watch case, inside the main display. The watch case has a recessed groove from what the panel can slide out. The folding process is entirely automatic. OPPO files patent for a foldable smartwatch 3 There is with no reports if OPPO has seriously obtained a foldable smartwatch in development. The company has not still unveiled a foldable smartphone. So, we don’t see a foldable smartwatch coming out any time soon. Source