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Huawei sales revenue hit $46 billion in 2014

Thanks to advances in cloud computing and higher demand for smart devices, Chinese manufacturer Huawei is expecting its 2014 sales revenue to rise by 15% to $46 billion. That was mentioned by CEO Ken Hu, who made the announcement in a New Year's message on the company's website. (more…)

Google Pixel 3 XL mega leak – live images, camera samples and specs

Welcome to your best look yet at the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL. The leak encompasses a lot of what the phone will be - its design and looks, its specs, its retail package and even shares the first camera samples, captured with the Google Pixel 3 XL. Let's break it down. The first batch of photos show Google's next flagship from the front and the back, giving us a good look at the huge unsightly notch on the top and the components it's housing. You have an infrared sensor for face scanning, an earpiece that will double as one of two stereo speakers and the selfie camera. The back of the...

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is certified already

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 - which has been the subject of several rumors and leaks so far - has allegedly passed what's known as China Compulsory Certification (3C), adding weight to recent rumors that the device could be made official as early as next week. It's worth mentioning that the phone is yet to clear TENAA. Specs-wise, from what all has been rumored until now, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 821 SoC, sport a 5.7-inch display, come with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, and feature a 13MP dual-rear camera and an 8MP front shooter. (more…)

Android Auto users can now access full contact list

Google has added a new feature to Android Auto: ability to access full contact list. The announcement came in the form of a post on the company's official forum. "Starting today, you can now access your full contact list by opening the top-left menu when in Auto's phone dialer interface," read the announcement post. Basically, the menu now features a new entry for "Contacts," using which you can browse your contact list without any restrictions. However, keep in mind that the functionality only works when your vehicle is stopped. "Anytime you're in motion, browsing will be...

Redmi Note 7 special Teardown video

The newly introduced Redmi Note 7 by Xiaomi has gotten the teardown treatment, giving us our initially watch at what lies indoor the flagship-killer. The teardown is contained in a short video that was published on Chinese video sharing platform QQ. However, the video has been re-uploaded on YouTube for ease. From the video, we could understand that the Redmi Note 7 is not lovely much different from other phones in terms of the arrangement of its internals. The device features a glass body and so, to disassemble, the rear glass panel has to be removed. Other components are held in place by a couple of screws. One spectacular thing about the device is that the USB Type-C port is on a secondary board and so, shouldn’t be too hard to change if it gets faulty. There are 2 ribbon cables connecting the main board to the secondary board and other lower sections which includes the loudspeaker, microphones, haptic motor, and the secondary board what houses the USB-C port. A recent post of ours had dwelt on the camera protrusion of the Redmi Note 7 as a result of the 48MP digital camera. This, we observed. could make the glass covering the lens glass to shatter simply if the phone falls down. The teardown shows the lens cover on the dual camera option is a single part, which makes it easy to replace if the glass cover on the digital camera has broken. Further more, the teardown video also highlights the 48MP Samsung ISOCELL digital camera camera sensor as well as the Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset. Source: link