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Poco M4 Pro 5G will be more powerful than Poco M3 Pro and get faster charging, but no more memory

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New details have appeared on the Web about the promising Poco M4 Pro 5G smartphone, which is replacing the current Poco M3 Pro. This time, the novelty made a stop in the laboratory of the FCC – the Federal Communications Commission of the United States. The tests carried out are accompanied by the publication of technical details, thanks to which the memory configurations of the Poco M4 Pro 5G are revealed.

Alas, you shouldn’t count on an increase here: the database has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory, the top version has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. That is, in terms of memory, everything is like the Poco M3 Pro. But the NFC documents confirm the presence of the NFC module.

Poco M4 Pro 5G will be more powerful than Poco M3 Pro and get faster charging, but no more memory

Recall that the Poco M4 Pro 5G will receive a 5000 mAh battery and will charge faster than the current model due to support for 33W charging. The SoC will continue to be MediaTek, but the SoC will be more powerful than the Dimensity 700 in the Poco M3 Pro. The official premiere of Poco M4 Pro 5G is expected either at the end of this month, or at the very beginning of the next.

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Is Samsung’s problem with GOS gaming services a result of the company’s desire to save money? The head of Samsung Electronics responded to lawmakers

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Samsung continues to deal with the consequences of its decisions regarding the introduction of Games Optimization Service (GOS) gaming services to its smartphones.

Is Samsung's problem with GOS gaming services a result of the company's desire to save money?  The head of Samsung Electronics responded to lawmakers

Earlier this year, a company in South Korea was sued in a class-action lawsuit over GOS’s work, seeking damages in the amount of approximately $210 per claimant. And now Samsung has to answer.

Samsung Electronics President Tae Moon Roh (TM Roh), who has already apologized for the GOS issue, albeit only to company employees, had to answer questions from lawmakers as a witness in a government audit by the Fair Trade Committee, the Korea Consumer Protection Agency and Korea Intermediary Fair Trade Agency.

In particular, the Rep. pointed out that the root cause of the GOS problem is that Samsung Electronics ignored the internal opinion of a number of experts that the hardware should be strengthened, as the company was trying to save money. The source does not specify what is meant by strengthening the hardware, but earlier there was evidence that when designing the Galaxy S22 Ultra, a number of engineers insisted on improving the cooling system, but this was abandoned.

Moon Ro, in turn, said that many problems with GOS have already been resolved, and the function itself was introduced in order to control the frame rate in games and the load on the GPU in order to prevent excessive heating of the smartphone. Unfortunately, Moon Ro either did not comment on the comment regarding savings in the development of new flagships, or the source did not provide these comments.

Separately, it is worth noting that the original news was published on a South Korean website, and there are many comments from the inhabitants of this country. And these comments are mostly very negative, including personally in the direction of Moon Ro, and not Samsung in general.

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The Ryzen 9 7950X is far ahead of the Core i9-13900K, consuming significantly less power. Processors appeared in the OCCT database

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The Ryzen 9 7950X is far ahead of the Core

The OCCT benchmark database has been updated with the results of the already released Ryzen 9 7950X and the not yet released Core i9-13900K.

The Ryzen 9 7950X is far ahead of the Core i9-13900K, consuming significantly less power.  Processors appeared in the OCCT database

In this case, we are talking mainly about overclocked CPUs, and in this particular benchmark, the AMD flagship easily leads.

The best score for the Ryzen 9 7950X is 3073 points, there are also scores of 2633 and 2976 points. In this case, the CPU consumed from 196 to 218 watts.

The Core i9-13900K scores between 2247 and 2421 points while consuming 253 to 320 watts. That is, the result is significantly less, and energy consumption is much higher. Of course, this is just one benchmark, and it’s hard to say how accurate its consumption measurements are, but it’s worth remembering that the Ryzen 9 7950X consumes about the same level as the Core i9-12900K or even less, while the Core i9-13900K has more cores and runs on higher frequencies.

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Windows 11 introduces third-party widgets

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Windows 11 introduces third party widgets

Microsoft has released a new test build of the Windows 11 operating system in the Developer (Dev) channel.

Windows 11 introduces third-party widgets

The assembly is available to members of the Windows Insiders program. The main new feature in build 25217 is the long-awaited support for third-party widgets.

Windows Insiders can now start developing and testing widgets for their apps. Widgets can be added to the widget board, which is currently only populated with web content offered by Microsoft.

Because this is a preview, developers are not yet able to submit widget-enabled apps to the Microsoft Store. Accordingly, users cannot simply find applications with widgets right now.

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