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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE on Exynos 2100 may come out at any time: the smartphone appeared in the Google Play Console database

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The affordable flagship Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has again appeared in the Google Play Console database, but this time the smartphone is based on the Samsung Exynos 2100 single-chip system.

The tested smartphone is equipped with 8 GB of RAM and runs on Android 11. Prior to this, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone appeared in the Google Play Console, equipped with a single-chip Snapdragon 888 Plus system, as well as 6 GB of RAM.

It is expected that out of the box the smartphone will run Android 11. The smartphone should receive a 6.4-inch screen with support for an image refresh rate of 120 Hz, as well as a 4370 mAh battery and a 12-megapixel main camera.

The smartphone has no release date yet, but the announcement is expected in the very near future.

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Google Stadia games on TV are now accessible via any controller or smartphone

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Google continues to support its cloud game streaming service Stadia with new features. Today it was revealed that the service allows any third-party controller to access Stadia on supported Android TVs.

The same feature will be available for TVs with Chromecast Ultra or Chromecast connected to Google TV. To top it off, the new feature will allow iOS or Android devices to become touchscreen controllers for Stadia.

This touchpad control will also include the Google Assistant icon. Another addition is the “Capture” button, which allows you to record gameplay and take screenshots.

The rollout of this feature started yesterday, September 27th. How to add controllers to Stadia Android TV / Google TV:

  1. Launch the Stadia app on your TV;
  2. Choose your avatar and controller icon;
  3. Launch the Stadia app on your phone;
  4. Tap the controller icon;
  5. Tap the controller you want to use;
  6. Click Play on TV. Your TV will display a code that will need to be entered.

How to add mobile touchpad controllers to Stadia Android TV / Google TV:

  • Launch the Stadia app on your TV;
  • Launch the Stadia app on your phone or tablet;
  • Click on the controller tooltip, you can now use the device as a controller.

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“The Nintendo Switch OLED is really great and is a contender for the best handheld console ever,” writes Engadget of the new gaming console.

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The new Nintendo Switch OLED game console will not go on sale until October 8th, but Engadget has already received a pre-test box and shared his first impressions, calling it a contender for the title of the best portable console in history.

The main feature of the new console is a larger and clearer screen. Instead of a 6.2-inch LCD, a 7-inch OLED screen is now used. The author of the preview stated that he noticed a strong difference between the screens of the consoles. He even dug into the settings of the original console, trying to increase the brightness of the image:

Unfortunately, I realized that all settings are at the maximum. The OLED display on the new console is bright, crisp and pretty darn good. The original Switch display still looks good, but the new screen is really great.

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For testing, reviewers were offered the game Metroid Dread, which is the launch project for the new console. The game can still be played on a regular Nintendo Switch or Switch Lite, but the reviewer writes that, of course, everything looks better on the new screen. Despite the increased dimensions and weight of the device, the set-top box does not seem inconvenient.

The new stand is also pretty good, extending across the back of the console, whereas the original console had a flimsy strip in its place. The new black and white color scheme looks great live.

So far, the author of the preview did not have time to check the battery life of the set-top box with the new screen and find out how many games will fit in the flash memory with a capacity of 64 GB of memory.

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ASUS Republic of Gamers Moonlight White line of gaming peripherals introduced

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ASUS has unveiled a new line of gaming peripherals under the Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand name that “delivers a minimalist monochrome feel with a vibrant Moonlight White color scheme.” The lineup includes the ROG Strix Scope NX TKL 80% keyboard, ROG Strix Impact II mouse, ROG Strix Go Core headset and ROG Cetra II Core in-ear headphones. According to the manufacturer, many players are also striving for a minimalist look, so it was decided to expand the ROG color palette with the Moonlight White series, “which is a powerful analogue of the corporate red and black color scheme.”

The ROG Strix Scope NX TKL Moonlight White compact mechanical gaming keyboard features an “Xccurate design” featuring an extra-wide Control (Ctrl) key. The aluminum top keyboard uses ROG NX Red, Brown or Blue switches with 45, 58 or 65 g actuation force and 1.8, 2.0 and 2.3 mm travel, respectively. In the version with the US layout, there are 84 keys, for the UK – 85, for Japan – 87. The computer is connected via USB 2.0 using a detachable 1.8 m cable with USB-A and USB-C connectors. The polling rate is 1000 Hz. The keyboard measures 356 x 136 x 40 mm and weighs 830 g. It is decorated with RGB backlighting. Up to five presets can be stored in the built-in memory.

ASUS Republic of Gamers Moonlight White line of gaming peripherals introduced

ROG Strix Impact II Moonlight White is equally good for both left and right grips, featuring a 6,200 DPI sensor, four-step resolution switch, five programmable buttons and a scroll wheel. It is adorned with Aura RGB lighting. The left and right buttons use Omron switches with a 50 million key life. A USB 2.0 interface is used to connect to a computer. The length of the soft rubber cable is 2 m. The sampling rate is 1000 Hz. With dimensions of 120 x 62.5 x 39.5 mm, the device weighs 79 g.

ASUS Republic of Gamers Moonlight White line of gaming peripherals introduced

The ROG Strix Go Core Moonlight White Gaming Headset is compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S and Nintendo Switch mobile devices and consoles using a 3.5mm cable. The headphones feature exclusive ASUS Essence 40mm drivers with sealed chambers, according to the manufacturer, delivering “incredibly rich, clear sound with optimized deep bass for total immersion.” The range of reproducible frequencies is declared equal to 20-40,000 Hz, the impedance is 32 Ohm. The headset is complemented by a unidirectional boom microphone. Its frequency range extends from 100 to 10,000 Hz, and its sensitivity is -45 dB. The headset measures 205 x 190 x 54 mm and weighs 252 g.

ASUS Republic of Gamers Moonlight White line of gaming peripherals introduced

The ROG Cetra II Core Moonlight White in-ear gaming headphones also use ASUS Essence drivers, but this time with a 9.4mm diameter, made from Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR). The reproducible frequency range is 20 – 40,000 Hz, the impedance is 32 Ohm. The built-in omnidirectional microphone has a sensitivity of -40 ± 3 dB and a frequency range of 50 – 10,000 kHz. For connection, as in the case of the ROG Strix Go Core Moonlight White, a cable with a 3.5 mm jack is used. The earbuds weigh 18 g, and their dimensions are described by the expression 15.5 x 15.5 x 27.8 mm.

The ROG Strix Scope NX TKL Moonlight White keyboard is $ 120, the ROG Strix Impact II Moonlight White mouse is $ 50, the ROG Strix Go Core Moonlight White headset is $ 80, and the ROG Cetra II Core Moonlight White in-ear headphones are $ 60. ASUS ROG Moonlight White series devices are already available in North America. There is no information on sales in other regions yet.

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