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MediaTek Helio G90, G90T Officially Announced to Help Make Gaming Phones Affordable

The mobile gaming industry has swelled exponentially over the past year, thanks to one battle royale title, witnessing a major shift in what users desire from their smartphones. This led Qualcomm to unveil their first-ever gamer-centric chipset earlier this year. Well, the American chipmaker has since also launched a souped-up variant of its Snapdragon 855 flagship chipset as well.

MediaTek has been rumored to be launching a new chipset to take on Qualcomm’s ever-growing dominance. And well, it’s doing just that with the launch of its first dedicated gamer-centric Helio G90 and G90T chipset. They’ll enable low-latency, stutter-free gameplay and better performance at lower price points.

MediaTek Helio G90 series includes octa-core chipsets, which utilize the Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 CPU architecture. These are paired with the Mali-G76 3EEMC4 GPU, with speeds of up to 800MHz. This is higher than even the 672MHz overclock speed of the Adreno 640 GPU in Snapdragon 855 Plus. You can include up to 10GB of LPDDR4x RAM, with peak frequency up to 2133MHz. MediaTek has also bundled a large L3 cache and is offering speeds up to 2.05GHz for smoother gameplay and app performance.

Boasting about the capabilities of the new Helio G90 chipset, TL Lee, General Manager of MediaTek’s Wireless Communication business unit in an official statement said, “With the Helio G90 series, you get a super-fast and responsive display, reduced lag for smoother gameplay – because every millisecond counts in the gaming world. Whether it’s Fortnite, PUBG or other top titles, this chip is a gaming powerhouse.”

One of the most striking features of the Helio G90 & G90T chipsets has to be MediaTek’s HyperEngine game technology. It’s a software feature which is said to ‘tune the entire smartphone for the greatest gaming experience possible.’ HyperEngine is a collection of software features that sees to the fact that the gameplay isn’t hampered in any possible way.

MediaTek Helio G90 will allow the smartphone to connect with two Wi-Fi bands (both the 2.4GHz/5GHz) for improved latency, won’t drop the data connection when you receive a call, and kick in WiFi+LTE concurrency when the network quality starts to degrade. This chipset also packs a rapid response engine to improve in-game action-to-display speeds using touch acceleration.

The HyperEngine also works to deliver optimum performance via CPU and GPU resource management, improving power consumption for longer gameplay times. Finally, it packs support for HDR10 standard with a 10-bit color depth for vivid photos on HDR-supported screens.

Moving past the hardware specs, the Helio G90 series also supports up to 64MP cameras because that’s the latest fad. Phone makers can use multi-camera configurations, with a triple-ISP design backing the hardware. This helps optimize power and performance while also offering night shot mode, AI facial unlock, and much more.

MediaTek hasn’t pointed out the difference in the Helio G90 and G90T chipset, but we’re assuming that it’s got to do with peak clock frequency. We should expect to see phones (possibly, first from Realme) powered by the Helio G90 in the next couple of months. Do tell us your opinion on this gamer-centric chipset in the comments below.

Huawei, Kirin top range with integrated 5G modem later this year | Rumor

Huawei could present two top-of-the-line SoCs by the end of the year: in addition to the already planned Kirin 985 , whose debut should take place with the launch of Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro , a chip with an integrated 5G modem would be coming ; it would be the first on the market, given that so far all processors with support for 5G networks rely on external modems mounted on the motherboard. For example, staying at Huawei, the Mate 20 X uses a normal Kirin 980 with integrated 4G modem, while 5G connectivity is guaranteed by the "external" Balong 5000 modem .

The solution of the external modem is naturally temporary for everyone. It allowed the arrival of 5G more quickly, but it has important negative aspects to take into account, including greater consumption and more space occupied on the motherboard - and in a smartphone every square millimeter is precious.

The indiscretion, which comes from the respected Japanese financial newspaper Nikkei , does not dwell on the possible technical details of the new SoC. We do not know if Huawei will be able to keep the Kirin 985 features unchanged and simply include a 5G modem instead of the 4G one, or it will have to compromise. Also for this chip, however, the debut should take place on a Mate, specifically the 5G variant of the 30 , whose presentation is scheduled for December .


Lenovo signs dual-screen foldable device patent

Lenovo was the first major manufacturer to introduce the world to a folding notebook with Windows . So it's no wonder that the company has been recording a number of curious patents involving this type of device.

This week, the Chinese giant has requested another record for a "two-screen electronic device with display control method." According to the documentation available, when using two displays , the device can gain some extra features.

The images that were attached to the patent application also confirm that this device keeps a certain resemblance to the ZTE Axon M . For those who do not remember, the Chinese smartphone was the first in the world to have two screens .

Documents from the United States Patent Office also provide a brief description of Lenovo . Check out:

The apparatus includes: a first display screen with a physical edge; a second display screen with a second physical edge; and a processor, configured to control the display of the first display screen and the second display screen. One mode of use: the first display screen is user-friendly, while the second display is positioned on the backside of the first display.

In general terms, this device is practically the same as ZTE Axon M , and the biggest differences can be the size of the displays and the operating system.

It is worth remembering that simply registering a patent does not always indicate that the manufacturer is actually planning to launch a product on the market. Therefore, we emphasize that in many cases, these ideas end up being "shelved" .


Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 855 Plus with 15% faster graphics and even more powerful CPU

Qualcomm has just officialized its latest mobile processor, which comes as a slightly turbinated version of Snapgradon 855, chipset presented at the end of last year by the manufacturer.

The Snapdragon 855 Plus, the new platform brings improvements in graphics rendering speed, performance and also 5G performance, with the first device to be shipped with it being the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone II.

Qualcomm's newest technology delivers 15% more GPU and higher CPU clock speeds, with the frequency at 2.96 GHz - the original model was at 2.84GHz.

The new SoC is designed for gamer smartphones and will also offer, of course, high-speed 5G connectivity (X50 modem) and features like artificial intelligence and virtual reality. It also comes equipped with the X24 LTE modem for 4G connectivity.

The first models to bring the Snapdrgaon 855 Plus will hit the market by the end of the year. According to Kedar Kondap, vice president of product management at Qualcomm:

The Snapdragon 855 Plus will elevate the concept for smartphone gamers with improved CPU and GPU performance.

ASUS will kick off the adoption of the new platform in its ROG Phone II, which also features an AMOLED 90Hz screen and a feature called AirTriggers, which are touch-sensitive corners that can be used as extra buttons in games .

The arrival of the new processor aims to "warm up" the market for mobile devices that, in recent years, is still a bit of news.

As users increasingly take time to upgrade their smartphones, components with even better processing power and performance may actually be something to appeal to consumers, especially the niche that is a fan of games.

It is worth mentioning that Qualcomm also introduced a few days ago an input processor , the 215 that, interestingly, came to market without the Snapdragon brand.


NVIDIA RTX SUPER line has specs, announcement date and leaked prices

NVIDIA is always bringing new features to the global graphics marketplace with the aim of providing its loyal customers with the best experiences of use in different activities. Recently information related to the price, specifications and date of product launches of the line ' RTX SUPER ' leaked on the internet, making clear the effort of the company to further boost their equipment in this family.

This information was shared with the public through VideoCardz , which left a detailed graphical comparison of the new GPUs with the versions released a few months ago. According to the shared data, the 'SUPER' models gained potentiation ranging from 15% to 16% when compared to normal RTX.

The figures show a real effort by NVIDIA to exceed the performance delivered by the Radeon RX 5000 line from AMD, which owns the second largest chip in the video card market and is the main competitor of the US technology giant.

Still according to the leak, the boards that will receive the nomenclature 'SUPER' are the RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080, managing to cover the main markets of the company's operations. The most "basic" model is under the speculation of suffering a price increase compared to its normal model due to the implementation of more memory, now counting with 8 GB.

Already the 2070 SUPER can cost $ 100 dollars less than the common, applying a surprising discount to those expected something more expensive. However, the top model of the three to be announced is likely to receive a reconfiguration to increase the number of cores and memory, something that should be directly reflected in the price.

In the table below it is possible to have a notion of the values ​​that can be applied by NVIDIA in its new GPUs, as well as the release date and availability to the market.


Exploring the 5G! Big Chinese makers test Samsung chips on their handsets

Samsung has evolved quite a bit throughout the year to manufacture its chips for smartphones that want to make use of 5G technology as a way of connecting. The recent popularization of it is beginning to be reflected among the world's largest mobile phone manufacturers, to the point where South Korean equipment is being tested by several companies in their handsets, mainly in China.

The 5G is one of the solutions found by the technology market to meet the growth in the need for faster and stable connections, since nowadays, most users perform more activities using mobile data than WiFi networks.

However, the application is still in the test phase and the full implementation should take a few more years, especially if we take into account the fact that several cities in Brazil still have 3G as the standard.

Regardless of this situation, smartphone manufacturers are modernizing to handle most of their customers residing in places where the 5G is going to take effect soon, so the search for the best modem options on the market compatible with this type of connection comes growing every day.

According to reports from the Digitimes newspaper , major Chinese manufacturers such as Oppo and Vivo are buying samples of the Samsung 5G chipset to find out if South Korea has been able to develop the best solution for the industry so far. that the company has developed the Exynos 5100 modem, the Exynos RF 5500 and the Exynos SM 5800 power management chip in 2019 to serve this market.


Microsoft predicts AI to contribute $5 trillion to global GDP growth, among other advantages

Microsoft has made many moves centered around the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recent past. These include a partnership with General Assembly to curb the skills gap in AI, detailing of its innovations in AI to help the environment, and the release of a book that takes an in-depth look at the role of AI in manufacturing.

Now, the tech giant is once again highlighting the importance of AI, with the release of a new report in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), explaining how AI can help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and assist with an overall growth trend of gross domestic product (GDP) worldwide.

The applications of AI tech in four areas have been signified in the report, namely - agriculture, water, energy, and transport. If properly made use of, investment in these areas would help increase the global GDP by up to $5.2 trillion by 2030 - which amounts to roughly a 4.4% increase. Simultaneously, the report indicates that global GHG emissions may be reduced by up to 4% in the same timeframe.

Interestingly, about two years ago, PwC predicted that AI will contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. Given the aforementioned statistics, it looks like the firm has slightly tempered its expectations regarding the growth.

Economic benefits are expected to be seen predominantly in Europe, East Asia, and North America, with each region seeing a bump of up to 5.4%, 5.1%, and 4.2% respectively. With regards to GHGs, the greatest fall is predicted for North America with a 6.1% decrease. The Sub-Saharan Africa region, meanwhile, would reportedly have only 0.2% less emissions in comparison. More detailed statistics can be viewed above.

Furthermore, it is also explained that regions with AI growth and adoption 'blockers' in place will see less of an economic growth. However, if progress is made to eliminate these blockers, noticeable change would emerge on the positive end.

The energy sector is expected to feature the highest increase in annual GDP contribution ($2.6tn) as well as the greatest decrease in annual GHG emissions among the four sectors. More information regarding each sector can be viewed in the following image.

Nearing the end of the report, Microsoft states that the aforementioned expectations are only possible if there is increased collaboration among AI tool creators and users, and a shared sense of responsibility. This would ultimately lead to AI successfully reaching its "full potential" to help our planet in the most beneficial way possible.


TSMC announces first research for production of chips with 2nm process

As it prepares to start production of Huawei kirin 985 with 7nm + EUV process, TSMC is already studying helping Apple develop its 5nm processors . Now, to the surprise of the market, the Taiwanese manufacturer announced that it already thinks of 2nm .

In a statement sent to the international press, TSMC announced that it has already initiated the first research for the development of chips that will be produced at 2nm. According to the company, the measure is seen as essential for reaching global leadership with technology.

However, despite early initiatives in the area, TSMC also made it clear that 2nm chips will only hit the market by the middle of 2024 . Over the next few years, the Taiwanese will be concentrating on producing 7nm and 5nm chips for partner companies.

The company also revealed that the first studies are already being done at the Science and Technology Park of Southern Hsinchu in Taiwan. In addition, some goals have also been established :

2020 - launch of processors with 5nm

2021 - Development of 3nm

2022 - Mass production of chips in 3nm

2024 - chip launch with 2nm

For the technological advance to become a reality, TSMC said it has more than 7,000 engineers in its structure, some of them already studying how to produce 2nm chips. With this, the Taiwanese expects to launch the first processor with the technology and to overcome a series of competitors in the new market that must be formed.


iPhone of 2020 can count on 5nm chip for efficiency never seen

Although the 2019 iPhones have not yet been officially presented to the world, something that is expected in September, new forecasts for Apple's future devices are coming to light next year thanks to the plans unveiled by Taiwanese TSMC chip maker ..

The Apple supplier has confirmed that it plans to start the production volume of chips with 5-nanometer lithography during the first quarter of 2020, offering transistor numbers 1.8 times higher than that found in 7nm chips, in addition to counting up to 15 % increase for the transmission speed of information on the chip.

According to TechWeb , TSMC still wants to go beyond the next few years aiming to build nanochips with only 3-nanometer lithography for the year 2022.

While TSMC and Apple work hand in hand to bring the 2020 iPhones to the market with a 5-nanometer chip, it looks like Qualcomm will work with Samsung to manufacture its Snapdragon 865 processors with Samsung's proprietary technology, 7 nanometers.

That means that, most likely, Qualcomm's next-gen chip will still offer the same lithographs used in its processors this year, and as a result may cause Apple to take the lead and make iPhones of 2020 will be the first smartphones to adopt the new 5-nanometer lithograph in their chipsets.

Of course, it is still too early to guarantee any information, but with TSMC already preparing to manufacture such chips on a large scale, it is very likely that some company has an interest in using them. Despite this, it is very likely that Apple will continue to adopt 7nm chip manufacturing with the 2019 iPhones.



At this E3 game show, LG quietly released the UltraGear Nano series of e- sports displays. Compared with the same type of products, this series is the world's first IPS gaming screen with a response speed of 1ms, and also supports up to 144Hz refresh rate and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut. More importantly, LG also added an RGB ambient light to the display, which interacts with the displayed game screen to give the player a more immersive gaming experience.

The LG UltraGear Nano series of e-sports displays are available in 27-inch and 38-inch versions, both with a screen ratio of 21:9 and a curved screen design, with the difference of the former resolution of 2560× 1440, compatible with NVIDIA G-SYNC and supports HDR10. The latter has a resolution of 3840×1600, built-in NVIDIA G-SYNC processor, certified by VESA DisplayHDR 400 and overclocked to 175Hz.

In addition to outstanding screen quality, the LG UltraGear Nano series of gaming displays also features a range of features optimized for the game. Features such as dark balance, self-contained crosshairs, and tear-proof screens allow players to make more precise operations in FPS games.

The two monitors will be available for sale in the North American market in early July, and LG has not yet announced their specific selling prices.


Google Pixel 3a shows internal parts and facility for teardown repairs

After undergoing a test of durability , it was the turn of the new Google Pixel 3a to have its internal parts exposed in a teardown . The video was hosted by JerryRigEverything on YouTube.

The highlight is for its simplicity when it is opened, which means repairs without great difficulties, in case of some greater damage. You can check the results of the experiment in the player below:

Easy-to-change screen 

One of the main features of the internal components present in the Pixel 3a is its ease in maintaining its display. With a simple connector attached to the card that protects the other components, you can change your screen without exposing the other parts of the device.

The connector is separated only by two simple screws in a small cap, without any secrets for its removal.

Other hardware follows the same line

When removing the plastic protection plate, with another 14 screws, it is possible to have access to the other modules. Both the battery and other parts, such as USB-C port, cameras, sound output and side button, follow the same principle of removal without secrets.

In addition, it is possible to verify that none of the components has the kind of rubber seal, responsible for water resistance.

Technical specifications

  • AMOLED screen with 5.6 inches and Full HD + resolution (2220x1080p)
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 Chipset
  • Eight-core processor with up to 2.0 GHz
  • GPU Adreno 615
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage
  • Single rear 12.2 MP camera equivalent to 28mm, Dual Pixel f / 1.8
  • 8MP Single Front Camera
  • 3.000 mAh battery
  • Android 9 Foot

5G is the past, we are already working on 6G technology

2019 will be the year in which 5G technology will begin to spread globally but the telecommunications sector is running and many already think of 6G .

It should not be surprising that, therefore, the news coming from China and telling us that China Mobile and Tsinghua University have announced a partnership thanks to both institutions will put their forces into action to promote the "production and learning ”, accelerating the innovation of the main basic technologies and guiding the transformation and industrialization of technological innovations.

The details of the agreement include that both parties will conduct scientific research cooperation in future mobile communications networks, next-generation Internet and mobile Internet, industrial Internet, artificial intelligence and other key areas for 6G technology.

A joint research institute will also be set up to create leading technologies, solutions and products and promote technological transformation.

We recall that China Mobile can count on a full-time research and development team of over 10,000 people and that its annual spending on science and technology exceeds 20 billion yuan.

It is still too early to make predictions about what the actual potential of 6G technology will be, but we are confident that it will not be long before we talk about this connectivity again

Galaxy Note 10: rumor suggests end of both headphone Jack and physical buttons

After the first major leak regarding a possible Galaxy Note 10 camera module manufacturing, new rumors have begun to emerge indicating what the final design of Samsung's next big flagship launch for the market might be  in 2019.

With a centralized circular notch and four rear cameras - with three photo sensors and a ToF 3D sensor - we soon saw the first concept pointing to the final design of Note 10, but now a new leak reveals what we can see on the device , and it looks like it should be more impressive than we imagined.

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No physical buttons, and no headphone jack

With the announcement of Meizu Zero concept smartphones and live APEX 2019 earlier this year, we saw that companies are already preparing to introduce different devices: completely wireless and without physical buttons, and it seems that Samsung can start to invest in these differentials , although not on a bold scale.

The information is from sources linked to the Android Police and claim that the South Korean giant would be planning to introduce the Galaxy Note 10 without physical buttons for volume control, power and Bixby. That way, the company would enable sensors on the sides of the device as we have seen be done on the HTC U12 Plus .

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However, instead of still offering button-like representation on the U12 Plus, Samsung really should put aside the idea of ​​clickable buttons to display something more futuristic like creases on the body of the handset to highlight which particular area needs to be pressed to activate the functions.

With the new idea Samsung should declare the death of the headphone connector in the Galaxy Note line, and maybe it continues to exist in the Galaxy S line (although nothing is guaranteed).

Concept updated

Below you can see the updated Galaxy Note 10 concept by offering the four rear cameras, the center-circular circular notch on the screen and without the physical push buttons, but with deeper areas on the sides. 

Two models: one larger, one smaller 

According to information from the Android Police, the source confirms that there will be two models for the Galaxy Note 10. While traditional would have the expected 6.5 ", 6.6" or 6.7 "larger screen to give the productivity-oriented line, a smaller model would also be being developed.

The leak confirms other rumors earlier this year that have pointed to a second Note 10 device called Galaxy Note 10e . There is no information on whether or not the company should adopt this nomenclature for the model.

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More information should emerge in the coming months as we are getting closer to the announcement of the Galaxy Note 10. With Note 9 being introduced in New York on August 9, the company is expected to follow the same release window for the new flagship, with revelation during the first weeks of April.

iPhone Flex? Apple registers flexible screen patent that performs multiple folds

Apple seems to be wanting to meet the niche of flexible smartphones and bring some innovation to its mobile area that is well stagnant. According to the website CNet, the company of the apple registered the patent of a device that has a different flexibility from the other products already seen in the market, as it allows more than one form of cell folds.

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Samsung was the first large company to take the risk by bringing a folding cell phone to the public. Such action has made the Galaxy Fold was a pioneer in many questions, including manufacturing defects , given that the company had to delay the availability for sales because of problems detected after delivery of the product for some specialized vehicle technology.

Seeing that despite the headaches, the versatile phone gave a new visibility to the South Korean, Apple did not want to be behind and decided to work on the development of its own flexible device. But the company founded by Steve Jobs decided to develop this technology in a different way, where the screen is foldable in several ways.

However, Apple has not made it clear whether this new feature would be available for smartphones or tablets, given that the patent does not specify the type of device, only shows that the Cupertino manufacturer issued a "foldable cover" at the US Patent and Trademark Office. a screen for an electronic device. "

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In the image it is possible to see two different formats of folding, where one shows a division of the apparatus in three modules, and the other in two, leaving an area above the alignment that would be considered symmetrical. There is no information yet on a possible release date or even a newer rendering, but it's interesting to see what they're thinking back out of the box.


Computex | MediaTek announces first SoC market with integrated 5G modem

Computex is taking place in Taipei, and announcements and postings for this event are not usually about Android. However, fulfilling a "promise" made through Weibo , MediaTek has just announced the arrival of its new SoC, projected in a process of 7nm, being this the first mbile processor to bring an integrated 5G modem.

Today, 5G solutions seen on the Qualcomm and Samsung chips make use of external modems, which work well but consume a lot of power, just as with the first devices with LTE technology.

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The Helio M70 5G included in the new MediaTek chipset will most likely be more energy efficient compared to other 5G processors, but it will also have some drawbacks. Apparently, the modem can connect to 5G NR sub-6GHz networks, but it does not work with the high-frequency mmWave networks being implemented by US carriers AT & T, Verizon and T-Mobile. But of course, nothing prevents an external media from being used to connect to these networks in the future.

An interesting point is that the new chipset is built by the 7nm process and includes the Cortex A-77 processing core and ARM's Mali-G77, revealed a few days ago. Therefore, this new MediaTek product must provide great performance and energy efficiency. In addition, it has also been revealed that it will have a "totally new AI processing unit".

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MediaTek's new SoC will be tested by manufacturers in the third quarter of this year, so no smartphone is expected to ship with it until the beginning of next year. Until then, we'll probably see more integrated 5G chipsets from competitors such as Qualcomm and Samsung.


No WiFi or mobile networks! Sony creates chip that allows incredible distance communication

Sony is doing poorly in the smartphone market , but it may still launch a folding product next year. Meanwhile, it continues betting on networks to ensure a certain competitiveness in this market, and Japan is with a project that can revolutionize the internet industry of things.

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The ELTREAS Sony network will soon air. Thanks to the CXM1501GR chip, manufacturers of IoT devices will be able to implement a device capable of communicating with the Japanese low latency network that can reach 100km. That would be revolutionary because today these products work very limited thanks to the low reach of wi-fis, or they come at extremely salty prices by the use of mobile networks that charge high fees.

The power of the manufacturer's network could be explained by exclusive technologies and permission to use the 920Hz band in Japan. The company believes that ELTREAS will revolutionize this market and help in the implementation of smart cities, since its applications go through modern services such as rental of bicycles, public light bulbs, external defibrillator automation, 24-hour surveillance systems, bus and train operation, drone location and more.

For the CXM1501GR to account for all this work he brings other various chips with him, including one for high accuracy GPS.

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The path chosen by Sony is interesting and can accelerate the implementation of smart cities, something the 5G wants to do as well. Despite its most advanced discussion on the international scene, Many under developed countries are starting to take its first steps in its implementation , with the definition of the first bands to be used for the fifth generation of mobile networks.

And you, do you think Sony will be successful in its new venture? Tell us in the comments! 


Samsung launches new power controller Chips, that support fast charging of upto 100W

Samsung is increasingly committed to giving its customers devices that provide a good overall set of energy management. Recently the company laced two new controller chips so that they have made available quick charging option that reaches up to 100W of power.

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The chips called SE8A and MM101 are PD controllers designed to further enhance the communication between the charger and the device, making the power supply more efficient and faster, without neglecting the safety of this process.

These new products will be used in various devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and monitors, making all equipment models have different optimizations. In addition, the chips will support firmware upgrades to adapt to additional technology futures in the handset's battery.

"In addition to smarter features and larger batteries, innovative charging solutions allow us to do more through our mobile devices today. Following this trend, power adapters that can quickly load devices while establishing safeguards against unauthorized access are increasingly in demand. Samsung's power-enhancing MM101 and security-enhanced SE8A will not only make charging faster and safer, but will also enable new services that can enrich tomorrow's mobile experiences, "said Ben K. Hur, senior vice president of System LSI at Samsung Electronics."
PD controller 

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The SE8A supports USB-C authentication, allowing the use to have special authorization and contain optimized security to prevent unauthorized products from attempting to use it. Currently the chip is already being produced in large quantities to meet the market demand, but the MM101 is still to meet a small sampling.


AMD Announces Ryzen 9 3900X: Performance is like Intel Core i9 for Half the Price

Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, unveiled the long-awaited 7-nanometer processors of the desktop segment. The third generation of the Ryzen processors arrives with the Ryzen 9 3900X to be the great highlight. With 12 cores and 24 threads, it comes with an announced price of $499.

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This may even seem like an expensive processor. But if we take into account that its competitor is the Intel Core i9-9920X 12-core, which costs between 1200 and 1300 euros, the conversation is different. After all, we'll get the same performance for half the price.

Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, unveils Ryzen 9 3900X

The great attraction of this presentation is even the Ryzen 9 3900X and it is in him that we are going to concentrate. In addition to the 12 cores and 24 threads, the new AMD processor is, according to the manufacturer, more efficient than the competition. It comes with a TDP of 105W, with the 165W of the competing Intel model.

The Ryzen 9 3900X has a base speed of 3.8GHz and a Turbo boost of 4.6GHz. In terms of cache, we will have a total of 70MB. This will certainly be a processor that for its quality-price will please many of the players worldwide. For those who do not want top performance, AMD presented four more solutions.

These are the 5 processors presented by AMD:

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Ryzen 9 3900X - 12 cores / 24 threads - 3.8GHz / 4.6GHz - 499 dollars

Ryzen 7 3800X - 8 cores / 16 threads - 3.9GHz / 4.5GHz - 399 dollars

Ryzen 7 3700X - 8 cores / 16 threads - 3.6GHz / 4.4GHz - $ 329

Ryzen 5 3600X - 6 cores / 12 threads - 3.8GHz / 4.4GHz - $ 249

Ryzen 5 3600 - 6 cores / 12 threads - 3.8GHz / 4.4GHz - $ 199

There is no doubt that AMD's great purpose with this release is to beat its competitor in price, efficiency and performance. These will reach the US market starting July 7, and could be a good competition for the leader in this segment - Intel. AMD made this announcement during Computex 2019. This is the largest annual computing event and will be held in Taipei, Taiwan, until June 1.

Redmibook 14 confirmed in first official teaser

In addition to launching its first high-end smartphones - the Redmi K20 - the Xiaomi sub-brand is getting ready to launch its first laptop. This May 28 we will see the Redmibook 14 (probable name) be released, as confirmed by its first official teaser .

Redmi released the poster through the Weibo social network, referring to Redmibook 14 as "another surprise" for tomorrow. Although there was no official confirmation yet, the notebook underwent a mandatory certification a few weeks ago, which gave us an idea of ​​what specifications we could count on.

Probable Redmibook 14 Specifications:

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Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 Processors (Not Generated)

4GB and 8GB of RAM

256GB and 512GB of storage

Nvidia GeForce MX250 in the most powerful version

Color: Silver

The poster shows us just a side view of the laptop. No relief features are noticeable unless it looks quite thin. The official name is not even revealed, but the latest information points to Redmibook 14 being the name chosen.

The fact that it can count on more than one variant can mean that it will be released internationally. The quality-price will certainly be one of your flags, and if you want a portable solution and with the Xiaomi quality seal, Mi Ruby Laptop or Mi Ruby 2019 are great options in this segment

Redmi's presentation will take place in Beijing on May 28 at 07:00 a.m. in Lisbon 

All the Latest Information about Redmibook will be posted here tomorrow
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Lenovo Introduces the First Windows 10 PC with 5G Connectivity

This week the Computex took place in Taipei , the fair is traditionally a home game for the Taiwanese, but also for Chinese manufacturers. Accordingly, many interesting innovations are presented there, in case of Lenovo , it is first and foremost the first Windows 10 laptop with 5G connection.

Thank Qualcomm

Based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx 5G platform, the first Windows 10 PC with 5G connectivity was launched earlier this year at the Mobile World Congress (final). This chipset has a Snapdragon X55 modem, this dominates in comparison to the old X50 in some new "tricks". For example, the new version eliminates the need to install a second 4G / LTE modem.

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The computer shown on the Computex is a 2-in-1 PC, this is under the Lenovo-internal name Project Limitless out and not surprisingly reminiscent of the devices of the Yoga series of the manufacturer. According to Hot Hardware , you can see the Lenovo-typical keyboard design, to the left and right of two speakers and a large trackpad, a fingerprint scanner and two USB-C ports on the left side.

In addition, not many technical details have been known or named. As for the chipset, most of the information has been around for a while. The first chip developed by the manufacturer specifically for use in PCs works with a 7-nanometer design. The octa-core processor uses Kryo 495 architecture and has a powerful Adreno 680 GPU.

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Only in 2020

Lenovo has put the word speed a great deal on the marketing agenda, because it was emphasized that transfer and hardware speed go hand in hand. "Becoming" is also a good keyword for the end, because the Project Limitless is not expected for this year, according to Lenovo, the computer will come sometime in 2020.