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Live photos of the Mi TV 5 surface online ahead of the 5th of November release

Xiaomi is gearing for the launch of its latest top quality TV which will be called the Mi TV 5. The product will be released on the 5th of November in China together the Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Watch. Ahead of the next event, so-called pics of the Mi TV 5 have been spotted on the Chinese social media site, Weibo. The side of the reported Mi TV 5 carries “Designed By Xiaomi” branding what has not been seen on any additional promoting from the company. Heading by the images, the TV looks impressively thin and the bezels encompassing the panel are ultra-narrow. The body and stand of the Mi TV 5 seem to be made out of metallic what provides it a classy overall look. Live images of the Mi TV 5 surface online ahead of the 5th of November launch 2 Besides, the manufacturer in recently broadcasted official teaser unveiled that the Xiaomi TV 5 series will be equipped with far-field voice tech. This means that the device will have the ability to accept voice-guided commands from a distance ranging from 1 to 10 m. Live images of the Mi TV 5 surface online ahead of the 5th of November launch 3 According to previously broadcasted teasers, the Xiaomi TV 5 will be equipped with Amlogic T972 CPU what consists of a quad-core Cortex-A55 Chip that is clocked at 1.9 GHz. In terms of memory and storage, the high-end TV will be supplied with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of inbuilt memory. Xiaomi claims that the TVs hardware is able of simply playing 8K video what is a notable function. Live images of the Mi TV 5 surface online ahead of the 5th of November launch 4 The Xiaomi Mi TV 5 will be equipped with a 55-inch 4K quantum dot display what is capable of producing high-quality pics and video. The display screen is claimed to offer a large gamut by using pure spectral primary colors. Peculiarly, the NTSC colour gamut could achieve 108%. Conclusively, we won’t have to wait for long in order to confirm the leak and gain full details of the Mi TV 5 like its value, as its launch date is coming fast. (via)

Samsung’s initially gaming phone reportedly in works with custom GPU

Multiple telephone manufactures this sort of as Razer, Xiaomi, Nubia, ASUS and Huawei have introduced gaming smartphones in the recent past. New information unveiled by a reliable tipster in China claims that Samsung is actively working on a gaming smartphone. He moreover revealed that the cameraphone could be equipped with its homegrown GPU. Flowed out information that had surfaced in June had claimed that the South Korean tech giant was working on a fresh GPU. At that time, it was announced that the company’s home-baked GPU will be built out there on low-end phones. The Apple A11 Bionic that was launched on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X options the custom GPU in the manufacturer. Currently that Apple has attained success with its GPU, it appears to be that the South Korean manufacturer may be also prepping a strong GPU for its gossiped gaming phone. There is no information out there on the specifications of the initial gaming cameraphone in Xiaomi. Because Samsung has started using 8 GB of RAM of RAM on its smartphones, it is likely that the first Samsung gaming cameraphone will be moreover equipped with exact volume of RAM. It could include an inbuilt memory of 128 GB. For heat dissipation, the manufacturer may include a water carbon cooling system which includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Other of the recent flagship, high-end and budget smartphones from Samsung that have introduced in the recent months have featured 18.5:9 Infinity Display design. However, the gaming phone in the manufacturer may suggests a taller aspect ratio. Probably, it could offer 19.5:9 aspect ratio like the curious Samsung SM-G8870 Galaxy A phone that is gossiped to buy earlier in January 2019. There is no information on the name of the Samsung’s first gaming phone. Forthcoming leaks could start revealing more details on this mysterious gadget.

Oppo Mirror 5 unveiled, is R1x’s little brother

The Oppo R1x brought an interesting reflective pattern on its back, now the Oppo Mirror 5 brings the same triangulated style and with a lower price tag to boot. The Mirror 5 features a bi-metal frame with cross beams to make it sturdy but thin. It measures only 7.7mm though it's not light by any measure at 160g. The new phone boasts dual-SIM connectivity with micro and nano SIMs and a separate microSD card slot (to upgrade the base 16GB storage). It has LTE connectivity in international and US flavors. Additional connectivity includes Wi-Fi b/g/n (no ac) and an IR blaster. The Oppo Mirror 5 has a 5" screen, but is a bit behind the R1x with qHD resolution (540 x 960px). The downgrade is the main camera, which shoots at 8MP (down from 13MP). It has an f/2.2 aperture and 1.4µm pixel size and captures 1080p video. (more…)

BlackBerry Keyone Black Edition arrives in Singapore

The Black Edition variant of BlackBerry's Android-powered Keyone smartphone is now available in Singapore. The model carries a price tag of SGD 858 in the Asian country, which currently translates into around $633. The device will be available through multiple retailers including Singtel, Starhub, and M1. This comes a few weeks after the Black Edition Keyone went on sale in Canada. To recall, aside from the all-black paintjob, the model differs from the silver/black Keyone in terms of RAM (4GB) and internal storage (64GB). Via

Samsung Galaxy A5 with Snapdragon 660 appears on Geekbench

Geekbench is a gold mine for leaks. The latest dig is a Samsung phone with a model number SM-A5300 that appeared on the benchmark website. The phone has Snapdragon 660 chipset and 6 GB RAM. The listing reveals a single core score of 1591 and the multi-core result is 5706. The phone should arrive with Android 7.1.1, which would come as an update from the Galaxy A5 (2017) that shipped with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. According to sources, the SM-A5300 might be the next iteration of Galaxy A5. It could be named Galaxy A5 (2018) since the 2016 edition had A510x model number and this...