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5100 mAh, 88 W, 120 Hz, IP68, satellite connection and XMAGE curve camera with 48, 48 and 40 MP sensors. Presented Huawei P60 Art

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Together with the P60 and P60 Pro smartphones, Huawei today introduced the P60 Art. She has the best camera of the entire line, but visually this camera stands out very much.

5100 mAh, 88 W, 120 Hz, IP68, satellite connection and XMAGE curve camera with 48, 48 and 40 MP sensors.  Presented Huawei P60 Art

In its shape, the camera block resembles a sea stone or an ocean island turned by water, and the waves around it imitate water. However, the shape is very unusual, there is no geometric accuracy of the Huawei P60 camera unit. The “crooked” camera of the Huawei P60 Art also turned out to be the best in the line: the main module and the periscope one, and it has the same ones as the Huawei P60 Pro (recall, both have 48-megapixel RYYB sensors and fast lenses), but in the module with a 40-megapixel sensor is installed with an ultra-wide-angle lens.

5100 mAh, 88 W, 120 Hz, IP68, satellite connection and XMAGE curve camera with 48, 48 and 40 MP sensors.  Presented Huawei P60 Art

5100 mAh, 88 W, 120 Hz, IP68, satellite connection and XMAGE curve camera with 48, 48 and 40 MP sensors.  Presented Huawei P60 Art

The second difference from Huawei P60 and P60 Pro is the battery capacity increased to 5100 mAh. But the maximum charging power is the same as other models in the line – 88 watts.

5100 mAh, 88 W, 120 Hz, IP68, satellite connection and XMAGE curve camera with 48, 48 and 40 MP sensors.  Presented Huawei P60 Art

Otherwise, the Huawei P60 Art is no different from the P60 and P60 Pro: it is equipped with a 6.67-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 1.5K and a frame rate of 120Hz, IP68 protection, ultra-hard Kunlun glass and supports two-way satellite communication.

Huawei P60 Art became the most expensive model in the line: the version with 512 GB of flash memory is estimated at $1305, the cost of the version with 1 TB of flash memory is $1595.

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Introduced a very unusual keyboard in the style of classic typewriters for PC and smartphones

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Introduced a very unusual keyboard in the style of classic

Fineday is currently raising funds on Kickstarter to launch a keyboard that can be connected wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0 to a Windows or Mac computer, as well as an iOS or Android tablet or smartphone. Mobile devices can be fixed like a sheet of paper right on the keyboard, which is made in the style of classic typewriters.

Introduced a very unusual keyboard in the style of classic typewriters for PC and smartphones

The keyboard can also be wired. If it works via Bluetooth, the device will need two AA batteries as a power source – nothing is said about the battery life.

Both the Fineday case and the surfaces of all its keys are made from 6063 anodized aircraft grade aluminum. The characters are engraved on the keys so they shouldn’t wear off as quickly as on a regular keyboard. Each key hides a Cherry MX Blue switch and is LED backlit.

Introduced a very unusual keyboard in the style of classic typewriters for PC and smartphones

Along with these keys, Fineday also has left and right knobs. The left knob adjusts the brightness of the backlight, while the right knob adjusts the volume of the paired device.

Early buyers can purchase the devices for $655 and end up with a price of $1,100.

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MediaTek platforms will use Nvidia GPUs

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MediaTek platforms will use Nvidia GPUs

Rumors that MediaTek is going to release a single-chip system with Nvidia GPUs have been confirmed. Today, Nvidia announced a partnership with MediaTek, which will create the agreed platform. True, not yet for smartphones. Companies have teamed up to create solutions for cars.

MediaTek platforms will use Nvidia GPUs

The combination of the industry-leading MediaTek system-on-a-chip, along with Nvidia GPU and AI software technologies, will deliver a new user experience, enhanced security, and new connected services for all vehicle segments, from luxury to entry-level

MediaTek platforms will use Nvidia GPUs

The document says that MediaTek will develop automotive SoCs with Nvidia GPUs. In addition, MediaTek will use Nvidia Drive OS, Drive IX, CUDA and TensorRT technologies in its platforms.

What characteristics the new platforms will have has not yet been reported. Also, the companies have not yet said anything about their cooperation extending to smartphone platforms, but initially there were rumors about this, so it may just have to wait.

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WhatsApp will allow you to broadcast your screen to the interlocutor

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WhatsApp will allow you to broadcast your screen to the

The WhatsApp messenger development team has released update 2.23.11.19 for the Android operating system. It is already available to some beta testers through the Google Play Beta Program. The new version has the ability to share your screen with the interlocutor during a video call. To do this, you need to click on the new icon located in the call control window. In this case, everything that is displayed on the screen will be recorded and transferred to another user.

WhatsApp will allow you to broadcast your screen to the interlocutor

The transfer of screen contents during a video call will be continuous, but it can be interrupted at any time: the user retains full control, experts at the WABetaInfo resource say. And, of course, the broadcast will only start after the user agrees to share the screen.

Please note that the new feature may not be available on smartphones running older versions of the Android OS, or it may not work when calling in large groups. Also, the interlocutor may not accept the screen picture if he uses an outdated version of WhatsApp. While the ability to share the contents of your screen has become available only to some beta testers, it is expected that more users of the messenger will be able to evaluate it in the near future.

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