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Realme GT Neo 3 tested on Geekbench. It turned out that even Dimensity 8100 outperforms Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in performance

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This week at MWC 2022, several promising models based on the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 single-chip system were announced, including OnePlus Nord 3, Redmi K50 and Realme GT Neo 3. The latter has already been lit up in the Geekbench database, making it possible to compare the performance of Dimensity 8100 with other single-chip platforms.

Realme GT Neo 3 tested on Geekbench.  It turned out that even Dimensity 8100 outperforms Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in performance

This is what the back panel of Realme GT Neo 3 looks like

The Realme GT Neo 3 scored 965 points in the single-threaded test and 4071 points in the multi-threaded test. In comparison, the Moto Edge X30, the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC smartphone, scores around 3800 in the multi-threaded test. The rest of the models on the top Qualcomm SoC are not much more. So even the Dimensity 8100 was faster than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, not to mention the flagship Dimensity 9000. At the same time, the Dimensity 8100 score in the single-threaded test is close to that of the Snapdragon 870 – it has about 1000 points.

Realme GT Neo 3 tested on Geekbench.  It turned out that even Dimensity 8100 outperforms Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in performance

In general, this is another proof that the new platform for mid-range smartphones from MediaTek turned out to be successful. As for the Realme GT Neo 3 itself, it runs Android 12 and has 12GB of RAM. The smartphone has already been certified in China by the local regulator TENAA, so the official premiere will take place soon – before the end of the month. Speaking of which, the Realme GT Neo 3 will be one of the first smartphones to support 150W charging, and here’s how it works.

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AMD will not remain a monopolist in the console market. The next Nintendo Switch will likely use the Nvidia platform again

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AMD will not remain a monopolist in the console market

The second-generation Nintendo Switch console, whatever it’s called, looks set to once again be based on Nvidia’s single-chip system.

AMD will not remain a monopolist in the console market.  The next Nintendo Switch will likely use the Nvidia platform again

This conclusion is made by sources based on a new Nvidia vacancy. The company is looking for a tool engineer for game console developers.

Considering that Sony and Microsoft have long opted for AMD solutions, the current Nintendo Switch is based on SoC Tegra, and no other major companies seem to be going to seriously enter the console market, it is most likely that we are talking about the development platforms for the new Nintendo console. True, this may mean that such a prefix will not be released soon.

By the way, the other day Nintendo itself indirectly confirmed that it would continue to use the Nvidia platform in its new console. The company said that it is very important for it to maintain the continuity of generations and implement a smooth transition. And the easiest way to do this is to keep the platform of the same manufacturer.

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World’s first 14″ laptop with 75Wh battery and Magic OS. Honor MagicBook 14 unveiled with 2K screen, Intel Core 12 processors and GeForce RTX 2050 GPU

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Worlds first 14 laptop with 75Wh battery and Magic OS

Huawei has officially unveiled the next-generation 14-inch MagicBook 14 laptop. Even before the announcement, Huawei characterized the novelty as a device with outstanding autonomy, and now it became clear why it was implemented: the developers call the novelty the world’s first 14-inch laptop with a 75 Wh battery. It was also said about the influence of Magic OS (this is a set of proprietary applications for Windows) on the device’s ability to work 20 hours offline, but battery capacity still plays a decisive role here.

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I must say, while the MagicBook 14 2022 is thin and compact (although the screen bezels could be smaller), it even allows you to play games – and even with ray tracing! The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2050 discrete 3D accelerator is responsible for graphics processing in this model. However, the basic models get by with integrated graphics, and the “middle” version offers a simpler discrete GPU – the GeForce MX 550.

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Processors – Intel Core i5-12500H in the base version and Intel Core i7-12650H – in the top one. The amount of LPDDR5 RAM was 16 GB, the amount of SSD – 512 GB. The novelty received a new cooling system with two fans, two heat pipes and a radiator increased by 66% of the area. Compared to its predecessor, the airflow is increased by 35%.

World's first 14

The 14-inch laptop screen covers 88.15% of the lid. The resolution is 2160 x 1440 pixels, the frame rate is standard 60 Hz. The display is characterized by a brightness of 300 cd/m2, a contrast ratio of 1500:1 and coverage of 100% of the sRGB color space.

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The case of Honor MagicBook 14 2022 is made of aluminum. The thickness is 15.9 mm, and the weight of the device is 1.54 kg. The configuration of the device also includes a fingerprint scanner built into the power key, a backlit keyboard, a webcam that allows you to record 720p video, a pair of USB-C ports.

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The new MagicBook 14 with Core i5 retails for $810, but early adopters can pre-order for $735. The Core i7 version is priced at $840. Sales of new items in China will start on May 19.

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The Mars helicopter Ingenuity failed to communicate with the Perseverance rover for the first time. The connection has already been restored.

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The Mars helicopter Ingenuity failed to communicate with the Perseverance

For the first time in more than a year, the Ingenuity Mars helicopter failed to communicate with the Perseverance rover at the scheduled time. The connection was finally restored.

The Mars helicopter Ingenuity failed to communicate with the Perseverance rover for the first time.  The connection has already been restored.

The communication failure took place on May 3, NASA talked about it a few days later, but many media then missed this news. Helicopter data indicates that the crash was the result of the helicopter going into low power mode, possibly due to a seasonal increase in airborne dust.

Dust reduces the amount of sunlight reaching the helicopter’s solar panel, which reduces Ingenuity’s ability to recharge its six lithium-ion batteries. When the battery state of charge fell below the low limit, one of the FPGAs that manages Ingenuity’s operating state was turned off, turning other avionics on and off as needed to maximize power savings. It also manages the heaters that keep the helicopter surviving the cold Martian nights, maintains accurate time, and controls when the helicopter must wake up for communication with Perseverance.

Accordingly, when during the next Martian night the FPGA turned off, the onboard clock of the helicopter, which indicates the time when communication with Perseverance occurs, was reset. Ingenuity’s heaters, critical to keeping electronics and other components operating at temperature, have shut down. When the sun rose the next morning and the solar panel began charging the batteries, the clock on the helicopter was out of sync with the clock on board the rover. In fact, when Ingenuity thought it was time to contact Perseverance, the rover’s base station wasn’t listening because it shouldn’t be at the time.

To make sure Perseverance heard the call, Perseverance mission controllers ordered the rover to spend nearly all of Sol 429 (May 5) listening to the helicopter signal. It arrived at 11:45 local Martian time. Data transmitted was limited to deliberately conserve battery life, but critical health and safety data for the helicopter was nominal. Radio communication between Ingenuity and Perseverance was stable, the spacecraft temperature was within expected limits, the solar panel was recharging the battery at the rate expected for this season, and the battery was healthy at 41% full charge.

We have always known that the Martian winter and dust storm season will bring new challenges to Ingenuity, such as a colder sun, more atmospheric dust, and more frequent dust storms. Every flight and every mile of distance traveled 30 sols over our original mission pushed the spacecraft to its limits every sol on Mars.

The Ingenuity and Perseverance teams have come up with a plan that they hope will make a difference. Their goal is to help the helicopter’s battery build up enough charge over the next few sols to keep it running all the spacecraft’s essential systems on a cold Martian night. The new commands are lowering the temperature at which the helicopter turns on its heaters from -15 to -40 degrees Celsius. The helicopter then quickly shuts down instead of wasting battery power on the heaters. The team hopes that this strategy will allow the battery to retain all the charge accumulated during the day.

At the moment, no new NASA publications regarding Ingenuity have appeared.

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