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Android smartphones will learn to track snoring. Google is already working on this feature.

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Google is testing a feature for Android that will be responsible for detecting snoring and coughing.

Android smartphones will learn to track snoring.  Google is already working on this feature.

Google Health Studies released a new version this week to support the launch of a new study. This update also includes the “Sleep Audio Collection” study, available only to Google employees.

To participate in this study, you must be a Google employee and have an Android phone. The environmental conditions required for this study are that there should be no more than one sleeping adult in the same room who does not work for a competitor company.

Google explains that its Health Sensing team is actively working to bring an enhanced set of sensory capabilities and algorithms to Android devices in order to provide users with meaningful information about their sleep.

These cough and snoring detection algorithms will eventually evolve into a bedside monitoring feature on Android devices that will work privacy-preserving on the device to monitor coughs and snores at night.

By the way, we can recall a similar Snore & Noise Detect function, which was found in the Fitbit software code. It is quite possible that this is the same feature that the same team is working on, just in the case of Fitbit it will be available on the watch, and in the end Google will make it part of Android.

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Stylish, original and surprisingly inexpensive. Nothing Phone (1) is credited with a price of around $390

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In a couple of weeks there will be a presentation of the first smartphone company Nothing, which will be released under the name Nothing Phone (1). Now there is information that it will be a fairly affordable device.

A version with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, according to rumors, should go on sale for about $ 390. The 8/256 GB version will cost around $405, while the 12/256 GB version will cost $455.

Stylish, original and surprisingly inexpensive.  Nothing Phone (1) is credited with a price of around $390

Nothing Phone (1) will receive a FullHD + OLED screen with support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It will be built on the basis of a Snapdragon 778G + single-chip system. The main camera will be equipped with image sensors with a resolution of 50 and 16 megapixels, the front camera will be 16 megapixels. The battery capacity will be 4500 mAh, it will support 45-watt charging.

The smartphone will run on the Android 12 operating system with the Nothing OS shell and proprietary Glyph Interface installed.

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165 Hz, 18 GB of RAM, a huge screen, a huge battery and an unusual design. Asus ROG Phone 6 images revealed

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The gaming smartphone Asus ROG Phone 6 will be presented on July 5, but today multiple images of the device have appeared on the Web.

165 Hz, 18 GB of RAM, a huge screen, a huge battery and an unusual design.  Asus ROG Phone 6 images revealed

As you can see, the design will still be very unusual with many different elements and accents, but this is normal for a gaming smartphone. The camera module will change somewhat, although in general Asus is clearly not trying to make the new model radically different from the previous one.

165 Hz, 18 GB of RAM, a huge screen, a huge battery and an unusual design.  Asus ROG Phone 6 images revealed

The renders also show a new version of the proprietary AeroActive Cooler 6, which can also act as a stand, as well as a Devilcase Guardian Lite Plus case.

165 Hz, 18 GB of RAM, a huge screen, a huge battery and an unusual design.  Asus ROG Phone 6 images revealed

The smartphone is credited with SoC Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, a 165-Hz AMOLED display with a diagonal of 6.78 inches, 18 GB of RAM and a 5850 mAh battery with 65-watt charging.

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Should HTC have gone back to making smartphones? HTC Desire 22 Pro unveiled for $405 and not the most impressive specs

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HTC has been intriguing over the past few weeks with a flagship smartphone with a focus on virtual and augmented reality technologies, but in fact it turned out to be the $405 HTC Desire 22 Pro, built on the Snapdragon 695. It’s certainly not a flagship, but the price is considerable.

Should HTC have gone back to making smartphones?  HTC Desire 22 Pro unveiled for $405 and not the most impressive specs

HTC Desire 22 Pro received a screen with a diagonal of 6.6 inches, Full HD + resolution and a frame rate of 120 Hz, as well as a triple main camera with sensors with a resolution of 64, 13 and 5 MP. Judging by the picture, there is no periscope module, which means that the “optical zoom” will be achieved due to the difference in focal lengths of different lenses.

In the configuration of the device, there is also protection in accordance with the degree of IP67 (and this is really not often found in mid-range models), a 4520 mAh battery (both wireless and reverse wireless charging are supported), pre-installed Android 12. The configuration is one – with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory.

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