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OnePlus 10 is the company’s first flagship without a notification slider and supports 150-watt charging

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Details have emerged about the long-awaited OnePlus 10 smartphone. As reported by Digit India and OnLeaks, the standard version of the OnePlus 10 smartphone will support 150W fast charging.

OnePlus 10 will receive 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of flash memory. OnePlus 10 will have a 6.7-inch FHD+ LTPO AMOLED display. This display will support a 120Hz refresh rate.

OnePlus 10 is the company's first flagship without a notification slider and supports 150-watt charging

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The battery capacity will be 4800 mAh. The OnePlus 10 Pro SuperVOOC 65W and 80W chargers can fully charge the battery in just over 30 minutes. A 150W charger can cut this down to less than 20 minutes.

Two variants of the chipset are currently being tested. The OnePlus 10 could be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ SoC or MediaTek Dimensity 9000. The performance between Dimensity 9000 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is comparable, but we don’t yet know how fast the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 successor will be.

OnePlus 10 will be equipped with a Hasselblad-branded triple camera, which will receive image sensors with a resolution of 50, 16 and 2 megapixels. The front selfie camera is expected to be 32MP.

OnePlus 10 is the company's first flagship without a notification slider and supports 150W charging

The OnePlus 10 will reportedly be the company’s first flagship to ditch the alert slider. This is a physical switch that changes the device’s smartphone settings.

OnePlus 10 will not appear until the second half of the year.

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Google launches YouTube co-streaming for everyone

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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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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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128-core AMD Bergamo processors will be released this half of the year, and the monstrous Instinct MI300 will appear in the second half of the year

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128 core AMD Bergamo processors will be released this half of

AMD’s 96-core Epyc Genoa processors have already been released, and now the company is going to release 128-core Bergamo CPUs. Previously, AMD itself talked about them, and now the company has told when to expect them.

128-core AMD Bergamo processors will be released this half of the year, and the monstrous Instinct MI300 will appear in the second half of the year

Bergamo will be released in the current half of the year, that is, in the next few months. AMD does not yet provide more accurate data. Recall that these CPUs will have the same SP5 performance as Genoa, but the configuration will include only Zen 4C cores instead of full-fledged Zen 4. AMD has not previously said much about Zen 4C, but it is known for sure that these are not small cores, like in Intel, and the core of the same architecture, but with a number of changes.

128-core AMD Bergamo processors will be released this half of the year, and the monstrous Instinct MI300 will appear in the second half of the year

AMD is also going to release Siena Epyc processors, which will be optimized for use in telecommunications equipment. But there are no details about them yet, except that it is known that they will be released later than Bergamo. Monstrous hybrid specialized processors Instinct MI300 will be released in the second half of the year.

Recall that AMD admitted that it had limited the supply of its products to the market over the past six months, due to which the prices for a number of products were inflated.

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