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Now Sony Lytia will fight Samsung ISOCELL. This is a new trademark for all Sony image sensors

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Sony, through its Sony Semiconductor Solutions (SSS) division, has introduced Lytia, a new brand of image sensors for mobile devices.

Now Sony Lytia will fight Samsung ISOCELL.  This is a new trademark for all Sony image sensors

It’s a brand, not a technology. In fact, this is a trademark that is needed in order for Sony sensors to become even more recognizable. For example, Samsung has the ISOCELL brand for this.

In its press release, Sony explicitly says why it created the brand.

SSS has been supplying the world with image sensors for mobile devices since 2003. These image sensors serve as the “eyes” of smartphones and other mobile devices. SSS currently ranks first in terms of sales of these sensors. SSS image sensors provide high quality and are equipped with advanced technologies, allowing users to enjoy high-quality photo and video shooting on many smartphones. SSS has won the support of many customers, including smartphone manufacturers, and as a result has benefited smartphone users around the world. However, the specific contribution of SSS image sensors to smartphone photography and video capture has yet to be widely known. To solve this problem, SSS decided to introduce the Lytia brand to convey to the world the worldview and value that its mobile image sensors bring to the world. The brand will help people understand these benefits and position SSS image sensors as the product of choice for smartphone users around the world.

In the same document, Sony explains how they came up with the name for the brand. Lytia is a word formed from two others: Lira (constellation) and Light (light).

By the way, Sony registered a new trademark last year.

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“This screen should be on all phones.” Reviews of Realme 10 Pro+ with ultra-thin bezel and 2160Hz PWM appear

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This screen should be on all phones Reviews of Realme

One of the first reviews of the Realme 10 Pro + smartphone has appeared on the Web, and the device really deserves attention.

This screen should be on all phones Reviews of Realme

The journalists of the Gizmochina resource most of all praise the new screen, arguing that this should be in every smartphone. Recall, the new Realme is equipped with a curved OLED display with a very narrow frame. But it is also one of the first devices on the market that supports PWM at a frequency of 2160 Hz. Thanks to this, the use of a smartphone should not cause discomfort for people who are sensitive to flicker.

Our colleagues also note a low weight of 180 g, but Realme achieved it quite simply: both the case frame and the back cover are made of plastic.

The performance of the smartphone is very high, as it has a new Dimensity 1080 SoC, which is slightly faster than the Dimensity 920.

As for the rest, the novelty has a decent 108-megapixel camera, a lot of memory, excellent autonomy and good software (Android 13 with Realme UI 4 shell).

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No overheating, no throttling, no screen brightness reduction. The head of Xiaomi promises 60 fps in Genshin Impact for Xiaomi 13

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The head of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, continues to praise the upcoming flagships of the Xiaomi 13 line. And gamers should like his new message.

More precisely, gamers who love the mobile version of Genshin Impact, one of the most resource-intensive games on smartphones.

No overheating, no throttling, no screen brightness reduction.  The head of Xiaomi promises 60 fps in Genshin Impact for Xiaomi 13

According to the head of the company, future flagships will be able to cope with this game without problems at maximum graphics quality settings and at 60 fps. And while supposedly there will be no overheating or throttling.

Of course, high performance is primarily due to the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and not directly to Xiaomi flagships. But the absence of overheating and throttling suggests that the company has worked on the cooling system. Allegedly, even under load in the game, the temperature will not rise above 43 degrees. And even if you charge your smartphone at the same time.

Moreover, even the screen brightness will not decrease after a while, which, unfortunately, has become the norm for most flagship devices in recent years.

It remains to wait for the release of new products and look at the test results.

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The “Chinese” continue to invest in the development of their own chips. Oppo is preparing to introduce MariSilicon X Gen 2

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Chinese smartphone manufacturers continue to develop their own semiconductor solutions. Oppo has revealed that it will soon introduce the MariSilicon X Gen 2 image processor.

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As the name implies, this is the second generation, the first one debuted in the Find X5 Pro. While there are no details on what will be the difference between the new chip and the old one, Oppo is talking about some breakthrough developments aimed at numerous innovations.

The new chip will be unveiled on December 14 at the Oppo Inno Day event. Then the company can tell in which smartphone MariSilicon X Gen 2 will appear for the first time. But, most likely, it will be Find X6 Pro, the image of which we saw today.

At one time, the cameras of both Find X3 Pro and Find X5 Pro were highly appreciated, including by DxOMark experts. Even now, these devices are ranked 26th and 21st, respectively, in the overall ranking, bypassing the iPhone 12 Pro.

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