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Xiaomi teases Mi Note 10 with 108-megapixel penta camera setup



Mi Note 10 arrives and there will be up to five cameras in the back, revealed Xiaomi in a teaser earlier today. The official Mi Note 10 teaser comes just a day after Xiaomi’s Chinese unit started teasing the launch of the Mi CC9 Pro.

The Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Note 10 models are both presented as next-generation camera phones with a main 108-megapixel shooter.

So it seems quite plausible that the Mi CC9 Pro is the same smartphone that will be marketed under the name Mi Note 10 in the world since Xiaomi had renamed other phones in the Mi series CC9 before launching them.

Outside of China. In addition, it is thought that the Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Note 10 share the same model number – M1910f4e – according to various certification leaks.

The official teaser of Mi Note 10 does not reveal much except that it will be the first Penta phone with the 108-megapixel digital camera in the world. Xiaomi did not even share a launch date for the phone at this point.

However, since we assume that the Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Note 10 are essentially the same phones, we already know a lot more about the Mi Note 10, it seems.

According to Xiaomi’s Weibo publications for Mi CC9 Pro, the Mi Note 10 Penta-camera configuration will include a 108-megapixel main shooter, a 20-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a 117-degree field of view, a telephoto lens, a camera, and a 12-megapixel shooter portrait.

The telephoto lens would be capable of 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom. Since the Mi CC9 Pro will debut November 5 in China, we will have all the details on the Mi Note 10 before its official introduction to the world.

As for previous leaks, the Mi Note 10 is supposed to join the Mi Note 10 Pro. However, there is no word on the details of the Mi Note 10 Pro at the moment.

It is quite possible that we will initially see only the launch of Mi Note 10 and that Mi Note 10 Pro will join at a later date. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is a future Xiaomi smartphone.

According to rumors, the phone would have a touch screen of 6.47 inches with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 should be powered by a 2.2GHz Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor with 6GB of RAM.

Rumor has it that the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will run on Android 9 and should be powered by a non-removable 5170 mAh battery. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 supports fast owner charging.

As for cameras, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 would have a 108-megapixel main camera; a second 20-megapixel camera and a third 12-megapixel camera. It is planned to use a 32-megapixel camera at the front for selfies.

The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 uses MIUI 11 based on Android 9 and has 64GB of built-in storage. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 should be a dual SIM card smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards.

The connectivity options on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 are supposed to include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, NFC, Infrared, USB Type C, FM radio, 3G and 4G with 4G active on both SIM cards.

According to rumors, the sensors on the phone would include an accelerometer, an ambient light sensor, a compass/magnetometer, a gyroscope, a proximity sensor, and a fingerprint sensor. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 supports unlocking the face.

The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 measures 157.80 x 74.20 x 9.67 mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 208.00 grams. He is told to pitch in the colors black, blue, gray, green, pink, purple, red and white.

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Vivo Z5i specifications and pricing leaked; Launching soon in China



The Vivo Z5i will feature a triple rear camera configuration with a combination of 16 megapixel, 8 megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors.

It seems that Vivo is preparing to launch a new smartphone under the Z series, called Vivo Z5i. This is the same smartphone that appeared in TENAA with all its specifications with the model number of Vivo V1941A / T last month.

A list from China Telecom revealed that the Vivo V1941A phone is the Vivo Z5i. The list of China Telecom reveals that the Vivo Z5i is sold at a price of 1998 Yuan and will be available in the colors Agate Black, Spar Blue, and Jade Porcelain Green.

According to the list, the phone was to be launched in China on November 1st. As the date has already passed, it can become official in the next few days.

Based on previously filtered TENAA specifications, the Vivo Z5i will feature a 6.53-inch display with Full HD + 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution and a 19.5: 9 aspect ratio. It will be powered by the Octa- Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 core This works at 2.0 GHz.

The Vivo phone will have 4GB / 6GB / 8GB of RAM variants with 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. It will have an expandable memory with a microSD card slot. The phone will have a fingerprint sensor on the back.

The Vivo Z5i will feature a triple rear camera configuration with a combination of 16 megapixel, 8 megapixel, and 2-megapixel sensors. There will be a front camera of a 16-megapixel sensor. It will run under the Android 9 Pie operating system with a Funtouch user interface layer and the battery capacity will be 4,920 mAh. The phone measures 162.15 x 76.47 x 8.69 mm and weighs 193 grams.

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Google Pixel 4, Pixel four XL Customers Complain of Clicking Noise in Snap chat, Instagram Video clips



The Google Pixel series is famous for all the problems it faces right after its launch. The Pixel 4 series does not look different, as some users of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have begun to report a problem with clicks or cracks in recorded videos through third-party applications such as Snapchat and Instagram.

However, it is important to keep in mind that videos recorded in the normal “video” mode of the standard camera application are not affected.

The problem only occurs with third-party applications, as well as in the augmented Playground-AR mode of the Google Camera application.

On the Google Pixel Phone Help website, several users claim that there is a clicking noise every half second to a second in the videos in question, and one user compares the sound with that of a metronome.

Although an expert on Google product forums has aggravated the problem, he blamed the problem on third-party applications.

Fortunately, he wrote that this could be a software problem and could easily be solved with a software update. The expert also invited interested people to submit their comments.

Users can contact the Google Pixel team directly by selecting the Settings menu, clicking on About phone and selecting “Send comments on this device.” So, for now, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL users should expect a software update.

In addition to solving the noise problem in the videos, the update should also correct the problem of adjusting the white balance in the camera application, as previously reported by some social media users.

If a product or expert service on the Google solution discussion boards took up the challenge, it blamed the dilemma on third-party apps.

Fortunately, he wrote that this could be a software problem and could easily be fixed with a software update. The expert’s publication also invited those concerned to send suggestions.

Users can contact the Google Pixel team directly by selecting the Settings menu, clicking About mobile phone and selecting “Send feedback on this device”. So, for the moment, buyers of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL should wait for a software update.

In addition to solving the problem of noise in the videos, the update should also correct the situation of adjustment of the white harmony in the application of the digital camera, as previously indicated by some end users of social networks.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Book Flex and Ion laptops boast QLED screens and 10th-gen Intel CPUs



During this year’s SDC (Samsung Developer Conference), the company introduced two new laptops: Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion. Each model is available in two variants: 13 “and 15”. All have some common outstanding features.

First and foremost, the Flex and Ion have QLED Full HD screens (1920 x 1080 pixels), and although Samsung claims that these are the first QLED screens on the market, there are some previous implementations of the technology in the notebook market.

AU Optronics has been producing quantum dot panels for some time, which is in the first iterations of Acer Predator laptops.

However, these QLED panels seem to be superior as they have a maximum brightness of 600 nits, which is truly impressive. The 13- and 15-inch screens in Galaxy Book Flex and Ion also seem to be suitable for outdoor use.

Both devices are compatible with Samsung Wireless PowerShare and can charge their Qi-compatible devices through the touch panel. We wonder if this means you can not use the touch panel while charging your device.

The AKG stereo speakers are also on the menu.

Galaxy Book Flex

The 13-inch Flex comes in a 1.15-kg package with the latest 10th-generation Intel Core chips (Ice Lake), integrated graphics, up to 16GB LPDDR4X RAM and up to 1TB PCIe NVMe -SSD delivered.

For additional security, the device has a fingerprint reader.

The name derives from the 360-degree rotating screen, which is also a touch screen and is compatible with S-Pen. The connectivity is also not overlooked: 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports and microSD card slot.

Inside there is a generous 69.7 Wh battery.

Galaxy Book Ion

As we mentioned before, the Ion series is also available in two versions: 13 “and 15”. The 13-inch weighs 30 g less than a kilogram, while the 15-inch version can go up to 1.26 kg with a discrete GPU.

The 10th-generation Intel Comet Lake chips will drive, while the 15-inch model will be equipped with a GPU Nvidia GeForce MX250 with 2GB of GDDR5 memory.

Memory configurations can be up to 16 GB DDR4 and up to 1 TB PCIe NVMe SSD in both cases. However, the 15-inch does not have an additional free SODIMM slot for another 16 GB RAM chip and an additional SSD slot.

The same 69.7 Wh battery turns off lights for both iteration and connectivity. The ion beats the Flex with an additional HDMI port.

No pricing information is available at this time, but sales are expected to begin in December.

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