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In mid-December, Oppo will present a foldable smartphone with an 8-inch screen, and early next year – a flagship with Snapdragon 898

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According to the source, Oppo is preparing two important smartphones for itself. The former, codenamed Peacock, will be a foldable large-screen model like the Galaxy Z Fold3 or Huawei Mate X, while the latter will be codenamed Butterfly. It will be the flagship on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 platform.

Naturally, the commercial name of Peacock will be different. Possible options – Oppo Find Fold or Oppo Fold X. It will have two displays – a regular outer and a foldable inner diagonal of 7.8-8.0 inches. Both screens are with OLED panels, large resolution – QHD +. It is expected that the smartphone will receive a front-facing 32-megapixel camera and a main multi-module with a main sensor with a resolution of 50 megapixels. The capacity of the rechargeable battery will be 4500 mAh, and the charging power will be 65 W. Since the device will be presented next month, it will debut with Android 11 and Color OS 12. Apparently, the hardware platform of this model will be the Snapdragon 888.

Nothing is said about Butterfly, except that it will be built on the Snapdragon 898. Perhaps this codename denotes the promising Oppo Find X5.

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Is ray tracing now on smartphones? Arm introduced the Immortalis-G715 GPU

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Is ray tracing now on smartphones Arm introduced the Immortalis G715

Arm has announced a new family of GPUs aimed at the next generation of gaming smartphones. The first solution was a GPU called Immortalis-G715. This is a model that offers hardware accelerated ray tracing. At the same time, it was noted that the G715 will not replace the solutions of the Mali series.

Is ray tracing now on smartphones?  Arm introduced the Immortalis-G715 GPU

Along with this, the company also introduced two new Mali GPUs with many improvements. For example, they support Variable Rate Shading (VRS) and other technologies, and offer 15% better performance and improved energy efficiency than previous models.

Is ray tracing now on smartphones?  Arm introduced the Immortalis-G715 GPU

Arm didn’t say much about ray tracing in the Immortalis-G715. So far, no tests or full-fledged comparisons have been presented, so it is not yet possible to assess the quality of work and the number of frames per second. At the same time, ready-made solutions will have to wait until 2023. However, Arm still shared a video that demonstrates the capabilities of the new graphics solution.

Previously, a new super-powerful Cortex-X3 processor core was reported. Less productive solutions were also presented.

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If you want to buy a smart watch for the iPhone, but not an Apple Watch. Wear OS 3 supports iOS even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 doesn’t

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iPhone users who for some reason don’t like Apple smartwatches will be able to use new models based on Wear OS.

If you want to buy a smart watch for the iPhone, but not an Apple Watch.  Wear OS 3 supports iOS even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 doesn't

The first and so far the only watch on Wear OS 3 is the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. And it doesn’t work with iOS. But apparently this is an artificial limitation on Samsung’s part, as it has now become known that Wear OS 3 itself can work with iOS.

Qualcomm confirmed this by saying that the upcoming Montblanc Summit 3 watch will be compatible with the iPhone. This watch will be the first with Wear OS 3 after Samsung devices. True, it will be an expensive $1,290 watch, but there should be many more Wear OS 3 models on the market this year, so iPhone owners will have a choice.

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Apple has not been able to create its own 5G modem yet. The company will continue to use Qualcomm modems in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 lines

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Apple has not been able to create its own 5G

Apple has yet to make headway in building its own 5G cellular modem for its smartphones and tablets.

Apple has not been able to create its own 5G modem yet.  The company will continue to use Qualcomm modems in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 lines

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Qualcomm will remain the only supplier of 5G modems not only for the upcoming iPhone 14 smartphones, but also for the iPhone 15 line. That is, Apple is clearly far from the final stage in its work on its own modem .

Kuo believes that Apple will not give up on this idea and continue development, but it is not yet clear when the modem will be ready. In any case, before the launch of 6G networks, Apple has many more years. In addition, a six-year agreement between Apple and Qualcomm obliges the former to use modems by the second minimum until 2024.

It is expected that this year Apple smartphones will use the Snapdragon X65 modem, and next it will be the Snapdragon X70.

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