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Not just a monster of autonomy, but a huge monster of autonomy. Smartphone Tecno Pova 3 with 7000 mAh battery lit up on renders

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Renders of the Tecno Pova 3 smartphone appeared on the Web, which will receive a huge screen and a huge battery.

Not just a monster of autonomy, but a huge monster of autonomy.  Smartphone Tecno Pova 3 with 7000 mAh battery lit up on renders

The smartphone will retain continuity with the current model thanks to the vertical stripe on the back cover. In this case, the camera unit will be designed more modern.

The source says that the novelty will be available in three colors: Electric Blue, Tech Silver and Eco Black. As for the specifications, their source indicates the same as we have seen the other day. That is, first of all, it is worth noting a giant 7000 mAh battery. Now there are almost no such devices on the market. Secondly, you need to highlight the display with a diagonal of 6.9 inches, which even against the background of smartphones that continue to increase, looks very large.

Not just a monster of autonomy, but a huge monster of autonomy.  Smartphone Tecno Pova 3 with 7000 mAh battery lit up on renders

Also, the device will receive SoC MediaTek Helio G88, 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of flash memory. From the rest, we know about the main camera with a resolution of 50 megapixels, dimensions of 173.1 x 78.4 x 9.4 mm and 33-watt charging.

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Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218. Presented Hisense H60

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Periscope telephoto 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen

Hisense has released a very unusual smartphone H60. Unusual it is not at all in design, but in terms of price and parameters.

Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218.  Presented Hisense H60

Judging by the available data, in China the novelty will cost only about 218 dollars. At the same time, for example, there is a periscope telephoto. This 8 MP camera provides 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom. There is also a 48MP main camera and a depth sensor. That is, unlike some even flagship smartphones, there is no width in the set, but there is a telephoto lens, and also a periscope one.

The H60 also received 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, which at $218 is a very good deal. One of the secrets of the low price is the platform. This is Unisoc T7520 (Recently, some sources of the Unisoc platform are called Ziguang, but Ziguang is simply part of the Tsinghua Unigroup holding).

Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218.  Presented Hisense H60

The Unisoc T7520 isn’t a top platform, but it’s built on a 6nm process and offers 5G support, four Cortex-A76 cores, four Cortex-A55 cores, a Mali-G57 GPU, and Snapdragon 750G-level performance.

Returning to the smartphone, it is also equipped with a 5000 mAh battery with support for 18-watt charging and a 6.81-inch 60-Hz screen.

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Camera in the spirit of the iPhone 13 and 10 GB of RAM. Honor Play 30 is now available for pre-order in China

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Camera in the spirit of the iPhone 13 and 10

Last week, Honor officially announced the Honor Play 30 smartphone, and now it is available for pre-order in the domestic market in China.

The Honor Play 30 is available in China for $162 (4GB RAM/128GB storage version) in four color options such as Magic Night Black, Aurora Blue, Titanium Silver and Dawn Gold.

Camera in the spirit of the iPhone 13 and 10 GB of RAM.  Honor Play 30 is now available for pre-order in China

It received a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ 5G single-chip system, the smartphone received a 6.5-inch 720p LCD display with a waterdrop notch for a 5-megapixel selfie camera. It supports RAM expansion technology up to 10 GB. In fact, there is only one 13 MP image sensor on the back. The second hole contains the LED flash.

Buyers also get a microSD card slot for up to 512GB. The phone runs on the Magic UI 5.0 shell, installed on the basis of Android 11. The battery capacity is 5000 mAh, it received a USB-C connector, but the charging power is only 10 watts. There is also a 3.5 mm audio jack, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5.1 modules.

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ARM, the company behind all modern smartphone SoCs, reports record earnings

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ARM the company behind all modern smartphone SoCs reports record

Single-chip systems based on ARM architecture are used in all modern smartphones, no matter whether we are talking about Qualcomm Snapdragon, MediaTek Dimensity, Apple Silicon or Samsung Exynos. These single-chip systems use the popular ARM Cortex processor cores and ARM Mali GPUs.

Tech giant ARM Limited has reported its financial year 2021 results, which ended well for the company. ARM achieved record sales and profits. Total revenue in 2021 was up 35% from 2020 to $2.7 billion, with strong growth in both royalty and non-royalty income.

In terms of earnings, the company posted a record profit of $1 billion, up 68% from a year earlier. Overall, ARM’s profit after adjustment is 37% of revenue.

ARM, the company behind all modern smartphone SoCs, reports record earnings

ARM’s 2021 royalty-free licensing revenue rose 61% to $1.13 billion as the brand’s expanded product portfolio and new business models like ARM Flexible Access gave more customers more reasons and ways to license ARM -technology.

In terms of royalty revenue, ARM’s 2021 performance is up 20% year-on-year to a record $1.54 billion, driven by continued strong growth in 5G smartphones, ADAS and IVI chips for cars and rising prices for 32-bit microcontrollers.

Our record-breaking results demonstrate that the demand for ARM technology and the strength of the ARM ecosystem has never been greater – our computing platform will power the next set of technology revolutions for cloud computing, automotive, the Internet of Things, the Metaverse and more.

René Has, CEO of ARM

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