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Samsung is joining the race for direct satellite connectivity to smartphones. Future Exynos Platforms to Support 5G NTN

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Samsung has also developed two-way direct satellite communication technology for its smartphones.

Samsung is joining the race for direct satellite connectivity to smartphones.  Future Exynos Platforms to Support 5G NTN

The company is talking about providing standardized NTN (Non-Terrestrial Networks) 5G modem technology, which Samsung plans to incorporate into Exynos modem solutions. As part of the development, the company modeled everything using the current Exynos 5300 modem.

This milestone builds on our rich heritage in wireless technology with the release of the industry’s first commercial 4G LTE modem in 2009 and the industry’s first 5G modem in 2018. Samsung aims to take the lead in the development of hybrid terrestrial communications ecosystems around the world in preparation for the advent of 6G

Samsung is joining the race for direct satellite connectivity to smartphones.  Future Exynos Platforms to Support 5G NTN

The company says that future Exynos solutions will support two-way exchange of both text messages and multimedia content.

Recall that Qualcomm recently announced Snapdragon Satellite technology, which is supported by the already released Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, however, it is not yet supported by released smartphones.

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Xiaomi is ready to mass-produce a 300-watt smartphone charger

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Xiaomi is ready to mass produce a 300 watt smartphone charger

Xiaomi is ready to mass-produce 300W ultra-fast charging technology. With reference to the well-known insider Digital Chat Station, the Gizmochina resource says this.

Xiaomi is ready to mass-produce a 300-watt smartphone charger

In this case, it is not very clear what exactly is meant, since the technology itself cannot be put into production. We are talking either about the components, or directly about the memory itself. But in any case, this means that the corresponding smartphone is just around the corner.

It is not known which smartphone will be the first to receive a 300-watt charge, but the prototype of the technology was demonstrated by the Redmi brand, that is, apparently, it will not be Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone, but one of the Chinese giant’s sub-brand devices. Quite likely, this means that it will not be very expensive.

During the demo, we were told that the 4100 mAh battery would charge in just 5 minutes. True, this is a rather modest capacity for modern smartphones, but it is not a fact that a serial product will receive just such a battery.

At the moment, the fastest charger on the smartphone market is 240-watt from Realme.

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

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Lenovo exits the gaming smartphone market

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Lenovo exits the gaming smartphone market

Lenovo may discontinue production of Legion gaming smartphones. According to CNBeta, the company has already notified employees that it is disbanding this direction.

Lenovo exits the gaming smartphone market

The source says that up to 100 people will be laid off. Whether all of these are members of the Legion team is unclear, but some may well move to other units.

Smartphones from Motorola, which is owned by Lenovo, will not be affected. Officially, the company has not yet made any statements, but it should be noted that Lenovo itself has never really boasted about the achievements of its smartphone business. In addition, a few years ago, Lenovo already left the smartphone market altogether, although it then returned.

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This is how the Huawei P60 Pro shoots. The phone captured the moon and Venus

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Bruce Lee, Head of Huawei’s mobile division, posted photos taken by colleagues in Malaysia on the camera of the latest Huawei P60 Pro on the Weibo social network. The Moon served as the object for shooting, however, now the conditions were such that Venus was also captured behind the crescent of the Moon.

This is how the Huawei P60 Pro shoots.  The phone captured the moon and Venus

This is how the Huawei P60 Pro shoots.  The phone captured the moon and Venus

Huawei P60 Pro has an unusual telephoto module – with a lens with a focal length of 90 mm, 200x hybrid zoom. But the most important thing is the record F / 2.1 aperture. For comparison, the aperture of the lens in the optical zoom module of the Honor Magic5 Ultimate is F / 3.0, while the Oppo Find X6 Pro is F / 2.6. The photo shows a lunar texture, and it is unlikely that it was generated by a neural network, like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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