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One of the most unusual smartphones Samsung Galaxy A82 is ready for release

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Samsung is known to be working on a new A-series smartphone called the Galaxy A82, which was spotted last week on the popular Geekbench benchmark database. The phone has now received approval for the output of the Bluetooth SIG regulator.

The Bluetooth SIG database states that the Galaxy A82 5G smartphone has model number SM-826S (the same number is listed in Geekbench). The phone supports Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy. The fact of passing the certification indicates an imminent release of the device.

The Samsung Galaxy A82 will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855+ SoCs that were used in flagship phones back in 2019. Geekbench confirms that the phone has 4GB of RAM and runs on Android 11 operating system.

Introduced in 2019, the Samsung Galaxy A80 features a unique camera design that slides up and rotates. Earlier this year, images of the alleged Samsung Galaxy A82 surfaced, the top of which could blend up and down.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 clamshell smartphone was shown on a high-quality render in three days of announcement

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 clamshell smartphone was shown

Insider Roland Quandt has posted a new image of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 on Twitter. The image appears to be official, but the phone will not be released until three days later.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 clamshell smartphone was shown on a high-quality render in three days of announcement

Insiders have repeatedly noted that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in terms of design is not much different from the current generation model. They don’t expect a revolution in terms of technical parameters either – the main innovation will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC, but the camera sensors, apparently, will remain 12-megapixel. However, it is expected that the battery capacity will increase to 3700 mAh.

Roland Quandt is a well-known informant. Previously, he completely declassified the GoPro 9 Black and GoPro 10 Black action cameras before their announcement, and also named their exact cost.

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The frame is narrower, but the camera protrudes much more. iPhone 14 Pro compared with iPhone 13 Pro live

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The frame is narrower but the camera protrudes much more

The official premiere of the iPhone 14 smartphones will take place in September, and a comparison of the current iPhone 13 Pro and the promising iPhone 14 Pro has already been published on the Web. And the comparison is live.

The frame is narrower, but the camera protrudes much more.  iPhone 14 Pro compared with iPhone 13 Pro live

Usually, production of a new generation of iPhone starts in early summer, so theoretically these photos could be a production iPhone 14 Pro, although it is more likely that this is a prototype or even a mock-up. Be that as it may, in terms of dimensions and layout, it should not differ from the retail version.

The frame is narrower, but the camera protrudes much more.  iPhone 14 Pro compared with iPhone 13 Pro live

The photo clearly shows how different the front cameras and screen cutouts are in the current and future models. The screen bezel on the iPhone 14 Pro is also smaller. The main camera block in the iPhone 14 Pro is larger than the similar block in the iPhone 13 Pro, and the lenses protrude more out of the body.

The frame is narrower, but the camera protrudes much more.  iPhone 14 Pro compared with iPhone 13 Pro live

The frame is narrower, but the camera protrudes much more.  iPhone 14 Pro compared with iPhone 13 Pro live

In the new lineup, only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to receive the Apple A16 SoC. Also, the Pro versions are credited with a 48-megapixel module in a block with an ultra-wide-angle lens and support for 8K video recording.

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Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus, which is used to hack the iPhone and Android smartphones

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Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus which is used

The Israeli company NSO Group’s Pegasus software has been talked about a lot for a long time, but only a few have had to work with it. Now you can see what it is and how it is organized – screenshots of Pegasus leaked to the Web.

Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus, which is used to hack the iPhone and Android smartphones

As you can see, the top panel is represented by shortcuts for accessing various smartphone services: contacts, geolocation data, camera photos, microphone recordings. One of the screenshots demonstrates the ability to remotely turn on the microphone, and the other has a “Take a picture” button using the camera. Thus, the user of a hacked smartphone may not even have a clue that wiretapping is being carried out through his phone and video or photo surveillance is being conducted. The software also provides access to correspondence in instant messengers and allows you to execute various commands on your mobile device. With Pegasus, you can hack not only Android smartphones, but also iPhones. However, not all Apple phones are hackable.

Published screenshots of the scandalous Pegasus spyware, which is used to hack iPhone and Android smartphones

Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus, which is used to hack the iPhone and Android smartphones
Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus, which is used to hack the iPhone and Android smartphones
Published screenshots of the scandalous spyware Pegasus, which is used to hack the iPhone and Android smartphones

The NSO Group says it provides “technology to empowered governments to help them fight terrorism and crime” and claims to be sensitive to human rights. However, in 2021, a scandal erupted: the media published data according to which authoritarian regimes use Pegasus to hack into the phones of human rights activists, opposition journalists and lawyers. Pegasus is also used against politicians: there is evidence that about 600 government officials from 34 countries are among the victims of Pegasus.

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