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Over a million points in AnTuTu: the first real flagship of Realme has already been tested



A well-known Chinese insider under the nickname Digital Chat Station has published the first test results of the new flagship smartphone from Realme.

The device passes under the model number Realme RMX3300, but it should enter the market under the name Realme GT2 Pro. The smartphone, which is based on the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 SoC, scored 1,025,215 points.

The smartphone is expected to sport a 6.51-inch Full-HD + Super AMOLED display with a hole for the camera and an under-screen fingerprint sensor. The screen will have thin bezels and an aspect ratio of 20: 9. The smartphone will receive 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal flash memory.

The main camera will be equipped with sensors with a resolution of 108, 8 and 5 megapixels, the front camera will be 32 megapixels. Realme GT 2 Pro will run the latest Android 12 operating system out of the box with Realme UI 3. It will be powered by a 5000mAh battery and will support 65W fast charging technology.

Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately report the specifications and release dates of the Redmi K30, K40, Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 11.

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Flagship Xiaomi Mix 4 dropped record prices by almost $ 200 ahead of Xiaomi 12 announcement in China



At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit, Xiaomi founder, chairman and CEO Lei Jun announced that the Xiaomi 12 will be the first smartphone powered by the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen1 SoC. It will be presented in the near future, but for now, those who wish can buy the Xiaomi Mix 4, which has fallen sharply in price before the announcement of the Xiaomi 12 in China.

At the moment, the well-known online store Jingdong offers Xiaomi MIX 4 versions with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory for about $ 580. At the same time, the recommended retail price of the device is $ 770.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 was the first smartphone from the company with a sub-screen front camera that is almost invisible, as shown in real photos. The smartphone received a 6.67-inch OLED display with Full HD + resolution (2400 x 1080 pixels) with a 20-megapixel sub-screen camera. The triple main camera has a resolution of 108 megapixels and offers a 50x hybrid zoom. The battery capacity is 4500 mAh, the smartphone supports 120-watt wired and 50-watt wireless charging. The device is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ single-steel system, has Harman Kardon stereo speakers, support for UWB communications, NFC, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2.

The Xiaomi 12 line is due in December and will include the Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro and 12X models.

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The largest cyberattack on US government officials has been carried out. State Department employees’ iPhones have been jailbroken



Reuters reports that at least nine iPhones belonging to US State Department officials have been compromised by an unknown attacker using spyware developed by Israel’s NSO Group. This information was confirmed by four sources at once.

According to two sources, the hacks that have occurred in the past few months have affected either US officials in Uganda or people dealing with that country’s affairs in East Africa. Previously, spyware based on NSO technology had already featured in the news with potential targets, including US officials, but it was unclear if hacking attempts had been made or if they were successful.

The NSO Group said in a statement that the company has no confirmation that their tools were used to hack. However, the company has revoked access for the relevant customers and will investigate based on a request from Reuters.

If our investigation shows that these actions really happened with NSO tools, such a client will be permanently blocked and legal proceedings will begin. NSO will also cooperate with any relevant government agency and provide full information that we have.

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It is not yet known who carried out this attack against the employees of the US State Department, but it is known that NSO Group sells its products to government law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies. However, the company itself is not directly involved in surveillance operations. NSO Group software has been used repeatedly to hack smartphones of government officials, journalists, activists, academics and embassies.

It is the largest cyberattack on US government officials, but neither the State Department nor officials from the Ugandan Embassy in Washington have yet issued a statement.

Apple previously filed a lawsuit against the Israeli NSO Group and its parent company to prosecute them for spying on and harassing Apple users.

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US State Department employees’ smartphones underwent hacker attack



The iPhones of at least nine Ugandan US State Department employees have been hacked by spyware from Israel’s NSO Group.

US diplomats in Uganda have been targeted by a software tool developed by the Israeli firm NSO Group. If the fact of espionage against employees of the US State Department is confirmed, serious problems await the developer of the “master keys” for the iPhone.

Spyware, developed by the Israeli company NSO Group, has been used to hack iPhone smartphones by at least nine US foreign policy officials. This was reported by Reuters, citing sources. As the newspaper notes, this is the largest known hacking of the devices of American officials.

According to the agency, the hackers were only interested in department employees who either worked at the US Embassy in Uganda or dealt with issues related to the situation in this country. So far, it has not been possible to find out exactly who hacked the smartphones. In turn, the NSO Group said that they do not have information that their equipment was used for the cyberattack. The company also said that it is interested in cooperation with all governments and is ready to provide the required data.

As reported by Bloomberg, the fact of hacking was confirmed by Apple, which sent appropriate notifications to the victims.

As previously reported, Apple went to court in November and wanted to obtain a permanent injunction against the use of software products, services and devices by the NSO Group.

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