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The second coming of Huawei Mate 40: an improved version of the smartphone called TD Tech M40 is presented

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TD Tech launches its first flagship smartphone, the TD Tech M40, in the Chinese market. The design seems familiar to you for a reason: in fact, this is Huawei Mate 40 branded TD Tech with an updated mobile platform, 5G support and other cameras.

The second coming of Huawei Mate 40: an improved version of the smartphone called TD Tech M40 is presented

TD Tech M40 received an aluminum case with a display curved on the sides. The inscription TD Tech is visible on the back. The 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with HDR 10+ supports 60Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate. The device complies with the degree of protection IP53.

Instead of the Kirin 9000 4G, a MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus single-chip system is installed here. The smartphone supports dual 5G SIM cards. Instead of the 50MP sensor found in the Huawei Mate 40, the TD Tech M40 uses a 64MP main sensor with laser autofocus, f/1.9 aperture and 4K video recording support. The ultra-wide camera has a 16-megapixel F/2.2 aperture sensor with an additional macro mode. There’s also an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. At the front is a 13-megapixel wide-angle selfie camera.

The second coming of Huawei Mate 40: an improved version of the smartphone called TD Tech M40 is presented

The TD Tech M40 features a 4200mAh battery with fast wired charging and 40W fast wireless charging. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo speakers.

The second coming of Huawei Mate 40: an improved version of the smartphone called TD Tech M40 is presented

The TD Tech M40 will be running the proprietary operating system HarmonyOS 2.0, and sales in China will begin on May 13th.

The 8/128 GB version costs $595, while the 8/256 GB variant is offered for $670.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max in a camera battle. Published a large video comparison of the two flagships

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Despite the fact that there are still two weeks before the start of sales of Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones, full reviews of the camera of the older novelty have already been published on the Web. The author of the famous SuperSaf channel compared the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera with the iPhone 14 Pro Max camera.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max in a camera battle.  Published a large video comparison of the two flagships

Unfortunately, although the comparison is voluminous, it is far from being as informative as it happens on some other channels. However, there is still a lot of information.

As you can see, in low light, the brainchild of Samsung shows a wider dynamic range and detail. This is true for all cameras, including the ultra wide and tele cameras. But when shooting video at night, everything is not so clear. At least the Korean smartphone has a lot more noise and slower autofocus.

Of course, Samsung easily wins in the comparison of cameras, because it has two of them at once. Already at 10x zoom, the difference is very noticeable, and the iPhone cannot offer more than 15x at all.

Cinematic Mode on the iPhone clearly looks better, in addition, we can note a fairly significant difference in color reproduction, both in the photo and in the video.

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Spied on Apple: Google will add to Android the ability to use a smartphone as a webcam for a PC

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For some time now, Apple smartphones have been able to use them as a webcam paired with laptops or PCs. And now it is reported that the same feature will appear in Android 14. Mishaal Rahman, a journalist and developer, claims that DeviceAsWebcam will be added to the new system, which will turn an Android smartphone or tablet into a webcam.

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Android devices that support the standard UVC (USB video class) mode will be able to stream the video stream, while all software processing will be done at the system level, that is, external applications such as Camo or DroidCam will not be required.

It is not yet clear whether this feature will be available to all smartphones with Android 14 or only the branded Pixel. If, nevertheless, the company decides not to make the feature exclusive, then all smartphones and tablets will receive support for this feature.

For some time now, Apple smartphones have been able to use them as a webcam paired with laptops or PCs. And now it is reported that the same feature will appear in Android 14. Mishaal Rahman, a journalist and developer, claims that DeviceAsWebcam will be added to the new system, which will turn an Android smartphone or tablet into a webcam.

Android devices that support the standard UVC (USB video class) mode will be able to stream the video stream, while all software processing will be done at the system level, that is, external applications such as Camo or DroidCam will not be required.

It is not yet clear whether this feature will be available to all smartphones with Android 14 or only the branded Pixel. If, nevertheless, the company decides not to make the feature exclusive, then all smartphones and tablets will receive support for this feature. Among other features, Android 14 promises satellite communications that will be better than the iPhone, as well as the recognition of illegible handwriting of doctors.

Earlier, Mishaal Rahman reported that Xiaomi offered to block the installation of APK files from third-party sources.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones may differ in speed: versions with 128 and 256 GB are equipped with different memory

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Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones may differ in speed versions with

As it became known, the versions of the Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone equipped with 128 and 256 GB of flash memory differ in the type of this very memory.

The 128GB version uses slower UFS 3.1 memory. The 256GB version of the Galaxy S23 uses the new UFS 4.0 memory. In both cases, new LPDDR5X RAM is installed.

Allegedly, the base version may be slower in various scenarios than the 256GB version of the Galaxy S23. UFS 3.1 has a sequential read speed of 2100 Mbps and a sequential write speed of 1200 Mbps, while UFS 4.0 has a sequential read speed of 4200 Mbps and a sequential write speed of 2800 Mbps.

Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones may differ in speed: versions with 128 and 256 GB are equipped with different memory

There is evidence that Samsung does not produce 128 GB UFS 4.0 memory chips. Only Kioxia makes 128GB UFS 4.0 memory, but even those don’t reach the required speeds. Therefore, Samsung decided to use UFS 3.1 flash memory for the lower version.

Samsung is offering a free upgrade for those who pre-order the Galaxy S23 series in many countries. For example, if you order the 128 GB version, you can get the 256 GB version.

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