Xiaomi is now a large company that distributes and markets a large number of smartphones, home automation devices, TVs and much more all over the world. It is certainly not known for its gaming PCs, but the company, as spotted by Gizmochina , recently launched the Ningmei Soul GI6 desktop , whose starting price is quite attractive, settling at only 1,799 yuan ( about 220 € ) . In terms of design, the product is characterized by a futuristic style and a transparent side panel that allows you to see the internal components.
The PC is available in China in three variants – Share , Fun and Enjoy – and is equipped with the AMD Ryzen 5 2600 processor and a Radeon RX550 graphics card with 4GB of memory. The rest of the specs include 8GB of RAM and 180GB of SSD for data storage. League of Legends fans will be pleased to know that this desktop is capable of running the title in high details at 160fps.
Moving on to the Fun Edition you will have an extra gear on the graphics front, thanks to the installation of a Radeon RX590 with 8GB of video memory, while the rest of the specifications remain the same, apart from the SSD , which switches to the 256GB format . As a result, the price rises to 2,599 yuan (320 €) and it is possible to run a title like PlayerUnknown’s Battleground at 110fps at high details.
Finally, the more expensive proposal, Enjoy Edition , sees, compared to the previous one, the presence of 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD . Both the processor and the graphics card, however, remain the same, so performance will not experience noticeable changes. The top model can be purchased for 2,999 yuan (just under € 370). In all cases, the motherboard used is an ASUS Master Series A320 , which offers good quality and durability.
Obviously, at the moment we don’t know if, and when, the Xiaomi Youpin Ningmei Soul GI6 desktop PC will also arrive in the West. Recall that, last month, the well-known Chinese manufacturer announced that its interesting new Mi Curved 34” Gaming Monitor will be available in Italy from next September.
Apple (AAPL) has again updated its flagship smartphone, the iPhone with its latest model, the iPhone 11. The latest variants were announced at a special Apple event on September 10th in Cupertino, California.
The new variants include the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
There are a number of changes to the latest iPhone model, according to Apple. It features a new anodized aluminum finish, more color options, dual-camera setup, all-day battery life and the fastest chip ever in a smartphone.
The new iPhone 11 also boasts of its ability to shoot and edit high-quality videos. Editing videos are as easy as editing pictures. Users will now have the ability to record and edit 4K videos at 60fps on all the cameras.
One noteworthy feature mentioned by Apple is the option to zoom in with the audio. When making a video and you zoom the video, the audio will match. We really can’t wait to get our hands on the iPhone 11 to experience this cool new feature.
iPhone 11 Pricing and Release date
Apple plans to start accepting pre-orders on September 13 at 5 am P.D.T and will commence shipping on September 20th.
They are currently promoting trade-ins of older models for a lower cost.
Apple will pre-order the iPhone 11 at $16.62 per month or $399 on an iPhone 8 Plus trade-in. The iPhone 11 Pro will go for $24.95 monthly or $599 with eligible trade while the iPhone Pro Max will go for $29 per month or $699 with iPhone X trade-in.
The development team has placed a refreshing spin on the iPhone for 2019. The new craze seems to be all about the camera. The iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max will be available in retail for $699, $999 and $1099, respectively.
Now your iPhone is available in six vibrant colors; Product Red, black, yellow, white, purple, and green. Unfortunately, the Pro duo will only be available in four dull colors; gold, midnight green, space gray and silver.
Apple iPhone 11 Specifications and Features
All the features we mentioned earlier are listed on Apple’s website. Hopefully, they will be just as awesome with a hands-on of the phones.
Apple equipped the iPhone 11 with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display with a 1792 x 828-pixel resolution. The large screen display also retains the notch from the previous models and still has its large bezel.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, on the other hand, features a Super Retina XDR display with HDR 10 support. There are two screen sizes; a 5.8-inch and a 6.5-inch, respectively.
The iPhone 11 trio series is powered by Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chip. The new processor is touted as its fastest processor ever and will be the fastest in a phone. There are three storage options; 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
In terms of battery life, Apple brags of improved battery life with the iPhone 11. There are claims of a one-hour-longer battery life than the iPhone XS.
Apple didn’t release any talk time stats, probably because phones are more used for filming and streaming than talking nowadays. Hence, the reason why they estimated battery life based on playing streaming video.
Estimated Battery Lifewith video playback
iPhone XR – 16 hours
iPhone 11 – 17 hours
iPhone 11 Pro – 18 hours
iPhone 11 Pro Max – 19 hours
Apple iPhone 11 Camera Specs
The iPhone 11 features a dual-camera setup while the iPhone Pro and Pro Max get a triple camera setup. The dual-camera setup includes two 12-megapixel ultra-wide and wide lens.
Apple has made it easy for users to switch between wide and ultra-wide angles when capturing objects far away. There’s also a slew of features that accompanies the new cameras.
QuickTake: A new video feature that makes it easier to film videos by long-pressing the camera button.
Night Mode: The camera has a new night mode that activates automatically to lighten photos in low light conditions and reduce noise.
Next-generation Smart HDR for photos
Advanced red-eye correction
Image formats captured: HEIF and JPEG.
There is a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera on the front. It is capable of recording 4K videos at 60fps, slow-mo videos and will support selfies in landscape mode.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max Camera Specs
Similar to the non-Pro iPhone 11, they both get a 12-megapixel selfie camera. The camera also features a wide-angle lens and capable of capture selfies in landscape mode.
Apple added a rectangular camera bump with a triangle array of lenses. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max get a wide, ultra-wide and telephoto lens.
The ultra-wide has an f/2.4 aperture with a 120-degree field of view. As Apple’s first triple camera system its meant to compete with rivals who have already leaped to a four-camera system.
Google has officially announced its new flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. The phones were unveiled after months of rumors and numerous speculations. It’s pretty safe to say the Google Pixel 4 is one of the most leaked-about phones of 2019.
Previous models always debut a new feature and always comes with the latest version of the Android operating system. Google Pixel 4 and its larger sibling come+ with dual-rear cameras, radar-powered face unlock and new unique features such as a car crash detection feature.
At the press event in New York on Tuesday, October 15, Google unveiled a slew of new products. In addition to the Pixel duo, they also launched the Pixel Buds 2 wireless earbuds, Pixelbook Go Chromebook, the Google Nest Mini smart speaker, and the Nest WiFi smart router.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Availability
Google is already accepting pre-orders for Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 4 will start at $799 for a 64GB version and $899 for the larger Pixel 4 XL.
Both the small and larger versions will come in the colors of black, white or orange, which google refers to as “Oh So Orange.” US customers will have the ability to upgrade either of the phones to 128GB for only $100 more.
Google Pixel 4 does feature a new design when compared to previous models. Both variants have a square bump on the back that host the dual camera lens, and an aluminum band on the sides.
The small variant comes equipped with a 5.7-inch OLED FHD display with a 444-pixel density while the larger variant comes with a 6.3-inch OLED QHD display with 537-pixel density. Both displays come sans knotch and have the ability to maintain a constant refresh rate of 90Hz.
Built for everyday use, the Pixel 4 and its XL sibling are protected by Gorilla Glass 5 on both front and back. They are also rated IP68 for dust and water resistance.
There are features that accompany both displays as well. There’s a feature called Ambient EQ that adapts the device’s screen color temperature to make the colors look more natural in different lighting conditions.
To get the ordinary specifications out the way, it’s powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM and comes in the storage options of 64GB or 128GB. Both variants will run on Android 10 with all the bells and whistles of the new operating system. Don’t expect a fingerprint scanner nor any headphone jacks on any of the phones.
Motion Sense Radar Face unlock
Perhaps one of the most advanced features is the Pixel’s new radar face unlock function. According to Google, the face unlock on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is secure enough to be used for payments with Google Pay.
Both phones use a mix of sensors, infrared and a tiny radar to verify and unlock with a quick scan of the face. Motion Sense can be used in other instances as well. It will detect hand gestures to skip to the next track, reject and answer calls.
Well with advanced face unlock function such as the Motion Sense, there’s no need for a fingerprint scanner.
Google Pixel 4 Dual-Rear Camera
While other flagships aimed for a triple camera setup, Google decided to stick with a dual-camera setup. Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are the first Pixel phones not have a single rear camera.
The dual-camera setup includes a main 12-megapixel lens with the same f/1.7 wide-angle lens found on the Pixel 3. The secondary is a telephoto lens with a 16-megapixel sensor and 2x optical zoom.
When compared to the Apple iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Note 10+ with three lenses, Google Pixel 4 is lacking a second wide-angle. This could simply mean that Google has prioritized zooming over wide-angle shots.
Google Pixel 4 camera setup also brings advanced camera functions as well. It features Night Sight, a feature that allows the user to capture brighter images in low light conditions. Google claims you can now even take photos of stars.
On the front is a single 8-megapixel camera with a wider field of view. A uber cool feature is its live real-time audio transcription that adds captions to your videos as you record.
The Pixel 4 Safety App
Of all the features mentioned, the Safety app intrigues us. One of the features of the Pixel 4 safety app is the ability to detect car crashes.
The safety app will automatically detect crashes and call 911. It will only dial the emergency number if it is a serious crash, fender benders should trigger the function.
Realme India made a launch announcement for the Realme C3 Smartphone. The company has since sent out invites to the media for a February 6 launch date. The launch will be done via Livestream on Youtube and Facebook, starting at 12:30 PM local time.
“Entertainment Ka Superstar” is the tagline being used to promote the phone. This phrase translates to a “superstar of entertainment”. Based on the promoted tagline, we believe the C3 will feature a bigger battery than its predecessor.
The Realme C3 was released sans specifications, nevertheless, many speculators are expecting a 1080p display. Realme C series of smartphones are normally entry-level, as a result, Realme C3 will probably have entry-level specs as well.