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5000 mAh, Snapdragon 888 Plus, Flyme 9.2 and familiar cameras. Meizu 18s and 18s Pro presented

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Meizu today in China introduced the flagship smartphones Meizu 18s and Meizu 18s Pro – improved versions of the March flagships Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro. Alas, the new items differ from their predecessors even less than the iPhone 13 from the iPhone 12.

In fact, the main innovation is hidden in the very center of the hardware platform – instead of Snapdragon 888, Snapdragon 888 Plus is installed. The battery capacity has also increased – up to 5000 mAh. Accordingly, in comparison with its predecessors, productivity has increased, autonomy has increased. Other innovations include a fresh Flyme 9.2 shell, a modified Pure Vision computational photography engine, which should improve the quality of video recording and night shooting, as well as a new Game Mode 5.0 game mode.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 888 Plus, Flyme 9.2 and familiar cameras.  Meizu 18s and 18s Pro presented

Otherwise, there are no changes. Meizu 18s is equipped with a 6.2-inch Samsung AMOLED 44 screen with a 2K resolution, a triple camera with 64-megapixel, 16 and 8-megapixel sensors, and a 20-megapixel front camera. Meizu 18s Pro is equipped with a 6.7-inch QHD + E4 screen, a 44-megapixel front camera and a main camera with 50, 32 and 8 megapixel sensors (with 3x optical zoom, 30x hybrid and hybrid stabilization system). Both models are equipped with UFS 3.1 and LPDDR5 memory, as well as Wi-Fi 6E adapters.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 888 Plus, Flyme 9.2 and familiar cameras.  Meizu 18s and 18s Pro presented

The cost of Meizu 18s is as follows: 8/128 GB – $ 570, 8/256 GB – $ 620, 12/256 GB – $ 665. And this is how the Chinese price list for Meizu 18s Pro looks like: 8/128 GB – $ 710, 8/256 GB – $ 775, 12/256 GB – $ 835. Sales of new products in the Celestial Empire will start tomorrow.

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Redmi Note 11 tested in Geekbench. It is twice as slow as flagships

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Tomorrow Xiaomi will officially unveil the Redmi Note 11 smartphones, but the base model of the line, designated with catalog number 21091116AC, has already appeared in the Geekbench benchmark today. Test results: 592 points in single-threaded and 1712 points in multi-threaded. The performance is exactly half that of the current flagships on Snapdragon 888, although the creators believe that the consumer properties of Redmi Note 11 are close to the flagships of the Redmi K40 series.

However, this is the performance of the base Redmi Note 11, and Redmi Note 11 Pro and Redmi Note 11 Pro + will be slightly faster, since they are based on SoC Dimensity 920. Also from the benchmark report it follows that the base Redmi Note 11 runs Android 11 and has 8 GB of RAM. Obviously, the top version of the model was tested, since the initial version of Redmi Note 11 will have less RAM: 4 or 6 GB.

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Capture almost 5% of the global PC market in three weeks. Windows 11 isn’t just spreading fast, it’s very fast

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AdDuplex statistics released today show that Windows 11 is spreading not just fast, but very fast. Recall that the final version of Windows 11 was released on October 4, a little over three weeks ago, and it has already captured 4.8% of the global PC market. Together with the beta version of Insiders, Windows 11 has a 5.1% share of the global PC market.

Apparently, Windows 11 will continue to be adopted very quickly on users’ PCs and by the end of the year it may well occupy more than 10% of the market. If not for the very strict requirements for the hardware platform of computers and laptops, Windows 11 would have spread much faster.

Capture almost 5% of the global PC market in three weeks.  Windows 11 isn't just spreading fast, it's very fast

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Samsung unveils new features for its smart TVs – video calling, games and automatic subtitling

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Samsung Electronics revealed a lot today at SDC 21. In addition to launching a cloud gaming service and opening the Tizen platform to third-party vendors, Samsung also talked about new features that will soon be available on its smart TVs.

One of the areas Samsung is focusing on is video calling. The new video communication solution was implemented in collaboration with Google. As Samsung promises, it will bring higher quality video calls to TVs thanks to AI-powered autofocus and zoom capabilities.

Samsung unveils new features for its smart TVs - video calling, games and automatic subtitling

The company is making it easier for developers to release camera services and apps on Samsung TVs, and is working to improve compatibility with external webcams.

For example, the Samsung Health solution for Samsung TVs can connect to a webcam and analyze exercise performance in real time while exercising.

Samsung unveils new features for its smart TVs - video calling, games and automatic subtitling

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Samsung unveils new features for its smart TVs - video calling, games and automatic subtitling

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