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The world’s first indestructible smartphone with a night vision camera is reborn in the form of Doogee S96 GT

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Doogee S96 Pro became the first smartphone with a night vision camera. Two years later, after selling one million units worldwide, Doogee announces the Doogee S96 GT with upgraded features.

The Doogee S96 GT has the same design as its predecessor but with more memory, an improved platform and a front camera. Speaking of looks, the S96 GT will have a special limited edition yellow gold variant.

The world's first indestructible smartphone with a night vision camera is reborn in the form of Doogee S96 GT

Doogee S96 GT will use MediaTek Helio G95 single-chip system. The amount of flash memory has increased from 128 GB to 256 GB. What’s more, the S96 GT has an SD card slot that will allow you to install a memory card up to 1TB.

Doogee S96 Pro was the first night vision camera device. The S96 GT will also have this feature, but with a new improved ability to capture a picture within 15m. Another area where the S96 GT outperforms the S96 Pro is the 32MP selfie camera. In addition, the new Doogee S96 GT will run Android 12 operating system out of the box.

The smartphone retained a 6.22-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection, a 6320 mAh battery and a rear camera with image sensors with a resolution of 48, 20 and 8 megapixels. The smartphone meets the degree of protection IP68 and IP69K, as well as the requirements of the US military standard MIL-STD-810H.

The world's first indestructible smartphone with a night vision camera is reborn in the form of Doogee S96 GT

The S96 GT is expected to hit AliExpress and Doogeemall in mid-October with a discount for early buyers.

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120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300. iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled – world’s first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

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120Hz 64MP with OIS 5000mAh 120W for 300 iQOO Neo

Together with the iQOO 11 and iQOO 11 Pro flagships, iQOO launched the iQOO Neo 7 SE mid-range phone today. This is the world’s first model on the 4-nanometer SoC Dimensity 8200.

120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300.  iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled - world's first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

iQOO Neo 7 SE is not a small model: the device received an OLED display with a diagonal of 6.78 inches. The resolution is 2400 x 1080 pixels, the frame rate is 120 Hz. The front camera is with a 16-megapixel sensor. iQOO Neo 7 SE received a cooling system with an evaporation chamber with an area of ​​​​2396 mm2so it shouldn’t overheat.

120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300.  iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled - world's first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300.  iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled - world's first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

The main camera has three sensors. The main one is a 64-megapixel Samsung S5KGW3. In the module with it, an optical image stabilization system is implemented. The other two sensors are 2-megapixel.

120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300.  iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled - world's first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

The battery capacity was 5000 mAh, the maximum charging power was 120 watts. Phone thickness – 8.58 mm, weight – 193 grams. The back panel of the phone is plastic.

120Hz, 64MP with OIS, 5000mAh, 120W for $300.  iQOO Neo 7 SE unveiled - world's first phone with SoC Dimensity 8200

In addition to all of the above, the device configuration has an NFC chip and an IR emitter. As for prices, they look like this: 8/128GB – $300, 8/256GB – $315, 12/256GB – $360, 16/256GB – $400, 12/512GB – $415.

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Enthusiast replaced the numeric keypad with a disk from an old phone

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Enthusiast replaced the numeric keypad with a disk from an

It would seem that it is almost impossible to change such a thing as a keyboard in any original way. However, the user under the nickname Squidgeefish succeeded. He added a real disk from an old wired telephone to a regular keyboard and made it all work.

Enthusiast replaced the numeric keypad with a disk from an old phone

The disk is placed on the right and performs the functions of a digital block – only numbers need to be entered by turning the dialer. And here a problem arises – such a system is analog, and any modern keyboard is digital. The enthusiast was able to connect the drive from the phone using the DFRobot Beetle Board based on the ATmega32U4 chip. This board is able to work with analog signals and at the same time supports a standard USB port.

Enthusiast replaced the numeric keypad with a disk from an old phone

I also had to experiment with the keyboard itself, because I had to cut the printed circuit board. And for aesthetics, the enthusiast added 3D-printed makers. The result is a rather strange and quirky, but fully functional keyboard. According to the source, the cost of the project was no more than $30.

Enthusiast replaced the numeric keypad with a disk from an old phone

At the same time, using the disk, you can enter not only numbers, but also special characters, such as the percent sign, brackets, and so on. And instead of the standard digital buttons, the enthusiast put a stub.

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All leaders will lose, but Apple will strengthen. TrendForce published a forecast for the smartphone market

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All leaders will lose but Apple will strengthen TrendForce published

According to TrendForce analysts, in the third quarter of this year, the smartphone market sank by 11%, to 289 million units.

All leaders will lose, but Apple will strengthen.  TrendForce published a forecast for the smartphone market

The market leaders were Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, but the current quarter will temporarily change the balance of power. According to analysts, Apple will increase its share from 17.6% to 24.6%, overtaking Samsung, which will occupy 20.2% against the current 22.2%. This is not the first time that Apple has become a market leader in the fourth quarter, which is explained by the release of a new generation of iPhone.

All leaders will lose, but Apple will strengthen.  TrendForce published a forecast for the smartphone market

At the same time, it can be seen that the source predicts a decrease in market share for all leaders, except for Apple. It is worth noting that in this case, the source considers the sales of Oppo as sales including Realme, which is not typical. It also counts OnePlus sales, but that’s normal after a merger.

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