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Inexpensive Samsung with water protection and fresh SoC Exynos. Galaxy A34 parameters appeared

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Samsung has already introduced the first budget smartphone of the 2023 model year, and may soon release a more expensive model. The parameters of the Galaxy A34 have appeared on the Web, which allegedly could be released this month.

Inexpensive Samsung with water protection and fresh SoC Exynos.  Galaxy A34 parameters appeared

As reported, there will be no big and important differences from the Galaxy A33. For example, the 90Hz AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution, the main 48MP camera, the secondary camera with an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens and the front camera with a resolution of 13MP will remain.

The novelty will receive 6 or 8 GB of RAM, 128 or 256 GB of flash memory, a 5000 mAh battery with 25-watt charging and water protection (IP67). Also, insider Yogesh Brar claims that the smartphone will be based on the Exynos 1280 SoC, like last year’s model, but we have already seen many leaks where the Galaxy A34 was based on the new Exynos 1380, so it’s possible that the author simply made a mistake with the number . At one time, the Galaxy A33 started from 270 euros, so the novelty, given the minimum differences, may well be priced about the same.

Yogesh Brar has already published a lot of confirmed leaks. Of the latter, he leaked the parameters of Redmi A1, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro a few days before their official premieres, and also showed live the iQOO Z6 Lite 5G, the world’s first Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 phone.

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Apple already has 2 billion active devices worldwide

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Apple already has 2 billion active devices worldwide

As part of the report to investors, Apple also disclosed statistics on branded devices currently available in the world.

Apple already has 2 billion active devices worldwide

Apple CEO Tim Cook said:

We reached a milestone during the December quarter and are pleased to announce that we now have over 2 billion active devices as part of our growing base.

Note that in January 2022, 1.8 billion active devices were announced worldwide. And the company reported its first billion in 2016.

We are talking about active iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod touch, Apple TV, Apple Watch and other branded devices that have been registered in the company’s services within the last 90 days.

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Google launches YouTube co-streaming for everyone

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1675430317 Google launches YouTube co streaming for everyone

The Google team announced the large-scale launch of the YouTube Go Live Together service for users of mobile devices based on iOS and Android.

Google launches YouTube co-streaming for everyone

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YouTube Go Live Together allows users to share live streams. When you start broadcasting from a smartphone, the video of the two co-authors appears in one window.

Google launches YouTube co-streaming for everyone

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Google explains:

You can schedule a co-broadcast on your computer (in the broadcast control panel) and then start streaming from your mobile phone. In addition, you can immediately start broadcasting from your mobile phone.

In November 2022, Google launched YouTube Go Live Together testing among a small group of creators. Now authors with 50 subscribers or more will be able to invite guests to a joint broadcast. The invitees can alternate during the broadcast.

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Enthusiasts have released Android 13 for the almost five-year-old Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note9

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Enthusiasts have released Android 13 for the almost five year old Samsung

Users of Samsung’s flagship smartphones almost five years ago learned the opportunity to install the One UI 5.0 shell and the Android 13 operating system. And although Samsung has already stopped supporting the Galaxy S9 and Note9 (review), enthusiasts have not yet abandoned them.

Enthusiasts have released Android 13 for the almost five-year-old Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note9

The One UI 5.0 skin based on Android 13 is supported by many Samsung smartphones, but the Galaxy S9 and Note9 are not on this list.

The mobile developer community XDA Developers reported that Android 13 and One UI 5.0 are now available thanks to the unofficial Noble ROM 3.0 ported to the Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note9. Developer AlexisXDA used the Android 13 firmware for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note10 Lite to create a version suitable for 2018 flagships.

Noble ROM 3.0 is currently only available for Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note9 versions based on Exynos 9810.

Of course, you can use such firmware only at your own peril and risk, being well aware of what you are doing and what to do if something goes wrong.

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