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4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

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Honor introduced the Honor 70 5G smartphone, the base model of the new mid-range Honor line. Rumors actively attributed to this smartphone a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 single-chip system, but, alas, it is not: the Honor 70 5G uses the Snapdragon 778G Plus – like in the Honor 60 series smartphones.

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

The rest of the Honor 70 5G looks very good for its price category, and first of all it concerns the camera. It is represented by three sensors – a resolution of 54, 50 and 2 megapixels. The first is the brand new Sony IMX800 1/1.49 inch optical format. For mid-range models, the sensor is quite large. The main module uses a wide-angle lens, while the secondary module with a 50-inch sensor uses an ultra-wide-angle lens. The front camera embedded in the screen uses a sensor with a resolution of 32 megapixels.

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

The Honor 70 5G display is curved, it folds onto the sides of the smartphone. The thickness of the device, by the way, is 7.91 mm, and the weight is 178 grams.

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

The novelty is running Android 12 with Magic UI 6.1 interface. The battery capacity was 4800 mAh, the maximum wired charging power was 66 watts. The device configuration also has an NFC adapter, and the fingerprint scanner is integrated into the screen.

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

4800mAh, 66W, latest Sony IMX800 54MP sensor, base 256GB flash, Magic UI 6.1 and no Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Honor 70 5G unveiled

Prices are as follows: 8/256 GB – $405, 12/256 GB – $450, 12/512 GB – $510. From today in China, you can pre-order, real sales will start on June 7th.

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23 carat gold and Riesling wine. Xiaomi 12S advertising campaign is gaining momentum

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23 carat gold and Riesling wine Xiaomi 12S advertising campaign

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said that the rim of the Xiaomi 12S camera block uses 23-carat gold coating.

23 carat gold and Riesling wine.  Xiaomi 12S advertising campaign is gaining momentum

The last time Xiaomi used gold plating on their smartphone was Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. The camera unit was covered with 18K gold. Theoretically, 24K is pure gold, that is, the proportion of gold in 23-carat gold is 23/24 or 95.8%.

In addition, media representatives have already received an invitation to the presentation of the Xiaomi 12S line, which included a bottle of white wine Riesling from Leica’s hometown.

23 carat gold and Riesling wine.  Xiaomi 12S advertising campaign is gaining momentum

Earlier, Xiaomi announced the presentation of Xiaomi 12S, 12S Pro and 12S Ultra, which is scheduled for July 4th. Leaders Xiaomi and Redmi have already switched to new phones.

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The first realistic image of Huawei Mate 50

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The first realistic image of Huawei Mate 50

Huawei is hard at work on the new flagships of the Mate 50 series – according to the latest data, the devices have already been finalized and sent for lengthy tests, and the official premiere will take place on September 12. Now the first realistic image of a smartphone has appeared on the Web – the manufacturer of cases has tried.

The first realistic image of Huawei Mate 50

Manufacturers of accessories often leak the design of new products long before they are announced, and this is how it happened now. The screen, most likely, will look “like everyone else” – with a front camera embedded in the center, but four modules are located in the back in a large round block (but image sensors and lenses are in only three of them). The design is to some extent familiar to Huawei, but, of course, this is not a donut camera in the Mate 40. To some extent, the Mate 50’s camera performance is even close to the Xiaomi 12S Ultra.

The first realistic image of Huawei Mate 50

These images were published by an insider known as Digital Chat Station. Previously, he was the first to accurately announce the characteristics and release dates of Redmi K30, K40, Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 11. The informant confirmed that the production model really looks almost the same.

Little is known about the specifications of the Huawei Mate 50. It is reported that SoC Kirin 9000s will form the basis of its hardware platform, but what kind of platform it is and how it will differ from the usual Kirin 9000 is not clear.

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Tesla workers cannot return to offices, as Elon Musk ordered. There are not enough slots and parking spaces, and the Wi-Fi signal is very weak

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Tesla workers cannot return to offices as Elon Musk ordered

In early June, Tesla CEO Elon Musk ordered remote employees to return to their offices, and they obeyed. Only, as it turned out, Tesla itself was not ready for this. At least – her facility in Fremont (California). Workers faced a shortage of tables, parking spaces and even Wi-Fi!

Tesla workers cannot return to offices, as Elon Musk ordered.  There are not enough slots and parking spaces, and the Wi-Fi signal is very weak

During the pandemic (more precisely, since 2019), the number of Tesla employees has doubled to 99,210 people. And although Musk himself has already recognized hiring as redundant and announced the dismissal of 10% of the staff, the problem of shortage of space in offices will still have to be dealt with somehow.

The lack of parking spaces is what was waiting for Tesla workers outside, but there were simply no empty spaces inside. Tesla has reportedly repurposed some of the space during the pandemic, and of course, this did not take into account the return of the overgrown staff back to the office. It is noted that the shortage of tables was so great that managers still asked some employees to work from home. And those who had enough tables and space complained about a weak Wi-Fi signal.

All in all, Musk’s plan to get employees back in the office was not without flaws.

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