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Xiaomi 12 Ultra tops DxOMark rating and outperforms Huawei P50 Pro

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Verified insider Digital Chat Station has released new details about Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone 12 Ultra, confirming that Xiaomi has teamed up with Leica to develop the phone’s camera system, so it should top the DxOMark rankings upon release.

Recall that Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, released a year ago, still ranks second with a score of 143 points, second only to the Huawei P50 Pro camera phone, which was released in June and scored 144 points.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra should receive three modules, including a wide-angle main camera, an ultra-wide angle and a periscope camera. In terms of configuration, this is the same set as Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, but it is obvious that Xiaomi 12 should receive various hardware and software improvements.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra tops DxOMark rating and outperforms Huawei P50 Pro

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to feature a Samsung-made 2K OLED display with a punch-hole for the selfie camera at the top center of the screen. The phone will support 120-watt wired and 50-watt wireless charging, and will also get high-quality stereo speakers.

Previously, Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the characteristics and release dates of Redmi K30, K40, Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi 11, and also regularly publishes information received from its own informants in the research and development departments of various companies.

A few days ago, it was reported that the release of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra was delayed until the second quarter of 2022.

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There are more than 500 million users of Xiaomi smartphones in the world. The company joined Samsung and Apple

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There are more than 500 million users of Xiaomi smartphones

According to the analytical company Counterpoint Research, there are already more than 500 million smartphone users in the world of the Chinese company Xiaomi, which has joined the club where Samsung and Apple already belong.

Theoretically, Xiaomi’s large user base could further develop the company’s brand if products meet or exceed expectations. It may also give Xiaomi more opportunities to monetize traffic on its smartphones and allow the company to effectively sell IoT devices, headphones, smartwatches and other gadgets.

2021 was a very successful year for the company, with users actively buying smartphones. Xiaomi’s successful global expansion is particularly noticeable in India and Europe, where it became one of the top three OEMs in the first quarter of 2022. In India, the company leads the market with 23% of the market, and in China it is in fifth place.

There are more than 500 million users of Xiaomi smartphones in the world.  The company joined Samsung and Apple

The average revenue per user (ARPU) of Xiaomi in China is much higher than other regional markets, with ARPU for premium smartphones higher than for lower-end smartphones. This partly explains the strategic importance of the Chinese segment of the premium smartphone market, although demand seems weak at the moment. The additional profit and revenue from Chinese premium smartphone users could help Xiaomi further subsidize overseas sales channels, expand into new countries and launch global marketing campaigns.

According to Xiaomi, more than 80% of internet service revenue comes from China, with the main contributor being advertising.

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The iPhone 15 could do what Jobs wanted to see in the very first iPhone. It’s about the lack of a SIM card slot.

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The iPhone 15 could do what Jobs wanted to see

According to numerous rumors, the iPhone 15 line of smartphones may be the first Apple models in which the company will abandon the slot for conventional SIM cards. That is, they will completely switch to eSIM. As it turned out, Apple wanted to abandon the SIM even in the very first iPhone.

The iPhone 15 could do what Jobs wanted to see in the very first iPhone.  It's about the lack of a SIM card slot.

According to former Apple CEO Tony Fadell, Steve Jobs wanted to release the first iPhone without a SIM card slot. Of course, then there was no talk of any eSIM in its modern form. It’s just that Jobs liked the concept of the iPhone without SIM cards, and it could be realized by switching completely to CDMA networks. However, Fadell dissuaded Jobs from this idea, showing statistics according to which, the distribution of CDMA left much to be desired. Later, Apple did release a CDMA-enabled iPhone for Verizon, but that was just a modification.

Now, more than 15 years later, Jobs’ original concept may be fully realized. True, eSIM does not work in all countries, so Apple will have to continue to release iPhones with SIM card slots.

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Dimensity 1300, 50 MP, 4500 mAh and 80 W. OnePlus Nord 2T will be the first phone with Dimensity 1300

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Dimensity 1300 50 MP 4500 mAh and 80 W OnePlus

The OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone will be presented this Thursday, May 19th. Ahead of the event, the company confirmed one new information about the phone.

Yesterday, the company confirmed support for 80W SuperVOOC charging, which allows you to charge your smartphone for a full day of work in just 15 minutes. Battery capacity is not mentioned, but according to leaks, it is 4500 mAh.

Dimensity 1300, 50 MP, 4500 mAh and 80 W.  OnePlus Nord 2T will be the first phone with Dimensity 1300

Today’s announcement confirms the use of the Dimensity 1300 single-chip system. It is worth noting that the OnePlus Nord 2T will be the first phone with the Dimensity 1300.

The smartphone is rumored to feature a 50MP IMX766 main camera with OIS, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP rear camera, and a 32MP IMX615 front camera.

The screen should have a diagonal of 6.43 inches with a resolution of FullHD + and an image refresh rate of 90 Hz.

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