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Xiaomi ranks first among Android smartphones in China. Xiaomi 14 has already sold 2.3 million

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According to Kuai Technology, supply chain sources and a market research agency confirm that Xiaomi ranks first among Android smartphones in China for the third week in a row with a market share of 17.5%.

The Xiaomi 14 series will go on sale on October 31. Xiaomi’s sales market share reached 21.9% that week, allowing the company to take first place in Android sales share. As of November 24, the number of activations for the Xiaomi 14 series was 2.27 million. Xiaomi is followed by Honor and Huawei, respectively, with shares of 13.9% and 13.6% respectively.

Xiaomi ranks first among Android smartphones in China.  Xiaomi 14 has already sold 2.3 million

On November 7, Lei Jun chatted with Weibo netizens and reported that the sales volume of the Xiaomi Mi 14 series has exceeded one million, and there is a serious shortage of smartphones. This means that the second million was sold in less than three weeks.

Previously, Lu Weibing said on the third quarter financial report conference call that the Xiaomi 14 series has achieved very good results. Although it was released a month and a half earlier than last year, it was in the same release cycle as the iPhone 15 and Huawei Mate 60.

Lu Weibing said that Xiaomi 14 is in no way inferior to iPhone 15 Pro, and Xiaomi 14 Pro has several innovative aspects that iPhone does not have. This is one of the main reasons why Xiaomi is selling so well.

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The Energizer P28K smartphone will not run out of charge for a whole week

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The Energizer P28K smartphone will not run out of charge

Avenir Telecom presented the Energizer P28K smartphone at the MWC 2024 congress. It is no coincidence that the model was released under the brand of an “undying” battery: it received a powerful battery with a capacity of 28,000 mAh. The manufacturer claims that the smartphone can not be charged for a whole week even with active use, and in standby mode it can last more than 90 days. True, we had to say goodbye to compactness: the Energizer P28K is 27.8 mm thick and weighs 570 g. Thanks to support for 33-watt fast charging, the device will be fully charged in an hour and a half, its creators say.

The Energizer P28K smartphone will not run out of charge for a whole week

As for the characteristics, they allow us to classify the device rather as an entry-level one: it is SoC MediaTek MT6789, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory, 6.78-inch LCD touch display with a resolution of 1080p. The smartphone does not support 5G networks; it runs Android 14 OS. And if the characteristics did not become the strong point of the Energizer P28K, then its advantages include the IP69 protection class. This means that the smartphone is completely dust- and waterproof and can even withstand exposure to hot water under high pressure.

It will be most convenient to use the Energizer P28K on long trips and extreme conditions – both its durability and high-capacity battery will come in handy there. True, the release of the new product on the market is expected only in October of this year, its cost will be 249.99 euros, but in the meantime you can place a pre-order. The device will be available in various countries around the world, with the exception of the USA.

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All Motorolas, even the cheapest ones, will get Corning Gorilla Glass. Smart Connect technology announced for connecting smartphones, PCs and tablets

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All Motorolas even the cheapest ones will get Corning Gorilla

Motorola announced at MWC 2024 that all of its future smartphones will use Corning Gorilla Glass.

All Motorolas, even the cheapest ones, will get Corning Gorilla Glass.  Smart Connect technology announced for connecting smartphones, PCs and tablets

Motorola already uses Gorilla Glass on most of its flagship and mid-range phones. Today’s announcement confirms that future entry-level Motorola phones will also be more resistant to scratches and drops.

Lenovo and Motorola also announced Smart Connect capabilities, a connectivity technology that works on Motorola and Lenovo smartphones, tablets and PCs.

The technology enables interoperability between phones, tablets and PCs, and provides unified keyboard and mouse control, notification syncing, smart clipboard, fast file sharing and using mobile phones as webcam functions.

All Motorolas, even the cheapest ones, will get Corning Gorilla Glass.  Smart Connect technology announced for connecting smartphones, PCs and tablets

Exact system requirements and supported devices will be announced soon.

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“The worst product Apple has ever released,” “It’s a piece of garbage.” Users are disappointed with the quality of FineWoven iPhone 15 cases

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It seems that Apple has rushed the release of FineWoven cases for the new iPhone 15, as they receive more and more criticism from users and reviewers.

WSJ columnist Joanna Stern had this to say about FineWoven’s own iPhone 15 Pro case: “The edges are peeling, the fabric is scratched, looks like an old CD, and turns brown like a rotten banana.”

Apple scored a big green deal on the FineWoven case when it was announced alongside the iPhone 15 models in the fall. Replacing the company’s leather cases, Apple said the FineWoven material is an “elegant and durable new textile” and that it’s made from 68% “recycled material”. Amazing. But with FineWoven everything is not so good.

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“The worst product Apple has ever released,” “It’s a piece of garbage.”  Users are disappointed with the quality of FineWoven iPhone 15 cases

She also pointed to reviews on Best Buy and Amazon with user comments saying it was “the worst product Apple has ever made.” Surveys conducted on various sites confirm that the majority in each case chose the option “this is a piece of garbage.”

Fellow reviewer John Graber writes, “After five months, it really feels like FineWoven is a failure in terms of durability compared to Apple’s previous leather cases.”

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