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‘King of Africa’ to launch first smartphone with 180W charger and 200MP camera with 5x zoom

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Transsion Holdings, which owns the brands Infinix, Tecno and Itel, has been called the “King of Africa” ​​for many years, referring to its dominance in the African smartphone market. Now Transsion is going to release a flagship smartphone with support for 180-watt charging.

Digital Chat Station confirms previous information that the new Transsion will be built on the basis of a single-chip Dimensity 920 system. The phone will be equipped with a curved screen with a hole in the central upper part and a frequency of 120 Hz. In addition to supporting 180-watt charging, it will receive a 200-megapixel camera.

In June of this year, Transsion’s brand, Infinix, introduced 180W Thunder Charge fast charging technology and said that a flagship mobile phone released later this year will use the technology. In August, there was information that the smartphone could be released under the name Infinix Zero Ultra 5G. This technology allows you to charge a battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh from 0 to 50% in 4 minutes. Infinix has confirmed that the battery uses two batteries, each of which must handle 90 watts of power.

'King of Africa' to launch first smartphone with 180W charger and 200MP camera with 5x zoom

In addition, the smartphone should have 20 temperature sensors that monitor USB ports, charging chips, batteries and other key places. The purpose of this charging technology is to keep the charging temperature of the phone below 43°C to reduce battery wear. Thunder Charge technology Thunder Charge will also use a special encryption chip to verify the authenticity of the charging cable.

In addition, in January of this year, Transsion announced the release of a telescopic macro lens that promises to greatly improve the quality of macro photography as well as the overall shooting experience. The body of the phone extends the macro telephoto lens, allowing users to take close-ups without getting too close to the subject, providing a 5x optical zoom.

'King of Africa' to launch first smartphone with 180W charger and 200MP camera with 5x zoom

Previously, Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

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Following rumors and insider information that the iPhone 15 Pro will get a new case design, the Chinese edition of Mydrivers has published realistic renderings that show what the upcoming flagship could look like.

First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

Earlier, an insider ShrimpApplePro, who leaked live photos of the iPhone 14 long before the announcement, said that the next Apple smartphone will receive an updated case and a back cover in the style of the iPhone 5c. According to him, the iPhone 15 will offer buyers a titanium case. In addition, instead of flat square edges, the smartphone will receive a rounded back panel.

First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

Apple has been using flat surfaces and sharp edges for three years in a row, starting with the iPhone 12. Many manufacturers of Android smartphones have followed suit, but there are people who complain about this shape and claim that it is uncomfortable to hold the smartphone for a long time.

First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

In addition, according to multiple sources, the iPhone 15 will also say goodbye to the Lightning interface and move to USB-C, although some believe that Lightning may remain on lower models. Even if all models get USB-C, only older models will have a fast connector.

First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

First high-quality renders of the iPhone 15 Pro show a possible new smartphone design

The smartphone is also credited with a completely new image sensor and improved photo and video capabilities.

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Apple in trouble? iPhone 14 production could fall by 16 million this year

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Apple in trouble iPhone 14 production could fall by 16

According to analysts at the largest Swiss bank UBS, this year the production of the iPhone 14 may be reduced by an impressive 16 million units. This is facilitated by covid restrictions in China, as well as low demand for entry-level models – the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.

Apple in trouble?  iPhone 14 production could fall by 16 million this year

Initially, analysts believed that the total production of the iPhone 14 this year will be 92 million units, but now it has been reduced to 76 million, which is 20% less than the iPhone 13 was produced last year.

It is important to monitor how the increase in iPhone 14 Pro / Pro Max waiting time affects demand,” UBS analysts wrote. “The speed at which Apple and Hon Hai [Foxconn] can solve problems in Zhengzhou, is the key to sales in the fourth quarter of 2022 and the first quarter of 2023‘, they added.

The iPhone Pro production problems could put further pressure on Apple’s business, analysts say, as the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max offset low demand for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. Ironically, Zhengzhou, where the Foxconn plant that makes the vast majority of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, has been hit hardest by the COVID-19 restrictions. Obviously, such a significant decline in the production of the most popular Apple phones can negatively affect the company’s financial report for the fourth quarter of this year and for the entire year as a whole.

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Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Zeiss top camera, 100x zoom and IP68. Top camera phone Vivo X90 Pro + goes on sale December 6 in China

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Vivo has officially announced that the flagship camera phone Vivo X90 Pro + will go on sale in China on December 6 this year.

The base version, which comes with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, is priced at $910, while the higher version with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage is priced at $980.

Recall that the device is built on the basis of a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 single-chip system and supplemented by a proprietary Vivo V2 chip. The Vivo X90 Pro + uses LPDDR5X and UFS 4.0. The phone was the first in the world to receive a Samsung E6 screen.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Zeiss top camera, 100x zoom and IP68.  Top camera phone Vivo X90 Pro + goes on sale December 6 in China

It also has a periscope module with a 64-megapixel OmniVision OV64B sensor that provides 100x zoom. In addition, the Vivo X90 Pro + debuted a 50-megapixel Sony IMX758 sensor.

Vivo X90 Pro + received a 4700 mAh battery with support for 80 W wired charging and 50 W wireless power. The equipment also includes an NFC module, an IR emitter, stereo speakers. The phone is IP68 rated and runs Android 13 operating system with OriginOS 3 shell.

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