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Sunday, 31 May 2020

Galaxy M31 - Price, Reviews, Full specifications

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Galaxy M31
SM-M315FZKH
SM-M315FZKHINS
Versatile 64MP Quad camera to document your life
Immersive viewing with 16.21cm (6.4") Infinity-U Display*
6,000mAh battery and 15W Fast Charging**

MAIN CAMERA
Triple    
64 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/1.72", 0.8µm, PDAF
8 MP, f/2.2, 12mm (ultrawide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
5 MP, f/2.4, 25mm (macro), 1/5.0", 1.12µm
5 MP, f/2.2, (depth)
Features LED flash, panorama, HDR
Video 4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS

SELFIE CAMERA
Single
32 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide), 1/2.8", 0.8µm
Features HDR
Video 4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps

PLATFORM OS    Android 10, One UI 2.0
Chipset                    Exynos 9611 (10nm)
CPU                    Octa-core (4x2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4x1.7 GHz Cortex-A53)
GPU                    Mali-G72 MP3
MEMORY            Card slot microSDXC (dedicated slot)
Internal                    64GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
UFS 2.1

DISPLAY
Type                 Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size                  6.4 inches, 100.5 cm2 (~84.1% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution        1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio (~403 ppi density)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3

BODY
Dimensions 159.2 x 75.1 x 8.9 mm (6.27 x 2.96 x 0.35 in)
Weight         191 g (6.74 oz)
Build         Glass front (Gorilla Glass 3), plastic back, plastic frame
SIM                 Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

BATTERY
Non-removable Li-Po 6000 mAh battery
Charging Fast charging 15W

DEVICE  Price
64GB/128GB
$ 289.89 / € 279.00 / £ 229.90 / ₹ 15,999

6GB | 64GB
From ₹ 16999.00

8GB | 128GB
From ₹ 19999.00


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Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Xiaomi Poco F2 - Price, Full Specifications & Features





POCO F2 Pro
Powerfully Cool


Rear Camera
64MP quad rear camera

64MP main wide sensor
Sony IMX686, 1.6μm 4-in-1 Super Pixel, 1/1.7“ sensor size, ƒ/1.89 aperture
13MP ultra wide-angle sensor
123° FoV, ƒ/2.4 aperture
5MP macro sensor
1.12μm pixel size, ƒ/2.2 aperture, AF (3cm-10cm)
2MP depth sensor
1.75μm pixel size, ƒ/2.4 aperture

Rear camera photography features
64MP HD | AI camera | Pro mode | Night mode 2.0 | Document mode | Portrait mode background blurring | Panorama mode | Pro mode | Photo timer | Leveling | Burst mode | Face recognition | HDR | AI Beautify | AI smart slimming | Ultra wide-angle edge distortion correction | Group photo face correction | Custom watermark | Portrait mode background blur adjustment | AI light trails | AI Studio lighting | AI high resolution photos

Rear camera video features
AI 8K video | 4K recording | Video bokeh | Shootsteady video | Vlog mode | Video filters | Cinematic mode | Movie frame | Macro slow-motion video | 960 fps slow motion video | Rear Short video smart slimming | Rear video beautify
8K video recording 24fps/30fps
4K video recording 30fps/60fps
1080p video recording 30fps/60fps
720p video recording 30fps"
*8K 24fps feature will be added later via OTA update.
Slow-motion video
960fps 720P/1080P
240fps 720P/1080P
120fps 720P/1080P


Front Camera
20MP pop-up front camera
Front camera photography features
AI camera | Portrait mode | Panorama selfie | Full screen camera frame | Palm shutter | Front camera HDR | Front camera flash(via display) | Selfie timer | Eye light | AI Beautify | AI feature adjustment | AI makeup | AI scene detection | AI studio lighting
Front camera video features
AI Beautify | Short video mode | Short video filter
1080p video recording 30fps
720p video recording 30fps
Slow-motion video
120fps 720P

Qualcomm®
Snapdragon™ 865
The 7nm process technology delivers a 25% performance boost, improving graphic rendering,
while lowering the power consumption.
Kryo 585™ CPU | Adreno 650™ GPU
Equipped with
LPDDR5 + UFS 3.1*
The latest LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 flash storage
boosts operation speeds, greatly decreasing loading
times and facilitating multi-tasking. In addition, the
reduced power consumption will improve and extend
battery life.
LiquidCool
Technology 2.0
With a multi-layer liquid cooling process and one of
the largest vapor chambers in the industry coverıng
28% of the body, the CPU temperature can be
reduced by 14°C*.



Entering the new era of connectivity
Fast, stable, anytime and anywhere *, you can barely feel the difference between,
streaming videos online or watching downloaded content. You can also enjoy a lag-free
gaming experience allowing you to fully immerse your self in the game.
2.92 Gbps
Downlink rate
9.6 Gbps
WiFi-6 speed
2.7 times
increase than WiFi-5

Big battery.
Power through the day with ease
With the 4700mAh(typ) high-capacity battery, you can easily go more than one day
before recharging.* Test results show that the battery supports a standby time of 17
days, 13 hours of gaming or 6 hours of video recording (1080p).

The Full Screen display
will give you
a clear uninterupted view.
Entertainment for hours without eye strain
6.67” AMOLED
Full Screen display
2400x1080 FHD+
High resolution
HDR 10+
Accurate color
DC dimming
Reduced flickering

A smarter screen
The 360 ° triple ambient light sensors can detect ambient light
more accurately to automatically adjust the brightness of the
screen. Never again will you have to struggle with a dim display
under the sunlight or be blinded by a bright screen in the dark.
This display guarantees comfortable use no matter when and
where.
A more personalized display
Try it! Tailor to your preferences by customizing the color scheme to create your dream display.
Turn your life into
a feature film
120fps front
slow-motion video
Want to preserve some of the fun in life?
Use the front camera's 120fps slow-motion to
record videos. Each frame is worth savoring.

20MP pop-up front camera
Take a selfie in an instant

MIUI for POCO continues to deliver a lighter, faster and smoother experience.
The personalized app drawer can help you to find and group apps more easily.
The UI also features a dark mode,
which reduces power consumption
and helps to relieve eye strain

Storage and RAM

8GB + 256GB
LPDDR5 + UFS 3.1
6GB + 128GB
LPDDR4X + UFS 3.1
Display

6.67” AMOLED Full Screen Display
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 front and back
Resolution: 2400×1080 FHD+
Brightness: 500 nits (typ) / 800 nits (HBM)

60Hz refresh rate, 180Hz sample rate
TÜV Rheinland Full Care Display Certification
Support HDR10+ and Netflix HD streaming

NFC
Supports Google Pay
Weight: 219 g

Audio
1216 super-linear speaker
Dual smart PA high volume boost

Sensors
Proximity sensor | In-screen ambient light sensor | Accelerometer | Gyroscope | Electronic compass | Hall effect sensor | Linear motor | IR blaster | Barometer | Flicker sensor


Monday, 25 May 2020

Realme 7 Pro Launch Date, Price, Full Phone Specs

Realme 7 Pro price in Bangladesh (BD)

Realme 7 Pro is the upgraded version of Realme 7 and comes with superior features over its predecessor. The notable feature among them is the 64MP quad-camera setup and support for 5G network connectivity. The stylish punch-hole cutout houses the dual selfie camera. In terms of specifications, the Realme 7 Pro comes with a 6.7-inches Super AMOLED display offering a resolution of 1080X2400 pixels and 405ppi pixel density.

Realme 7 Pro comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor.

Expected Price: Rs 16,599
Launch Date: 29th May 2020

Display Resolution (Pixels) 2400 x 1080 pixels
Super AMOLED Type Display
Pixel Density 405 ppi Density
Color Reproduction  16M Colors Depth
Screen Glass Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Rear Camera 64 MP + 12 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP
Selfie/Front Camera 16 MP + 8 MP
LPDDR4X 8 GB RAM
Internal Storage  128 GB
Battery Capacity  5000 mAh
Fast Charging Support
Chipset (SoC) Snapdragon 765G
64 bit processor architecture
Graphics Adreno 620
Processor Frequency 2.4 GHz
USB Type-C

Vivo X50 Pro latest price, camera, battery, ram, storage, memory other specifications and features online

Vivo X50, X50 Pro Quad Rear Cameras and Colour Options Teased, 90Hz Refresh Rate Display Tipped

An official render posted on Vivo's Weibo account highlights Vivo X50 Pro's two colour options (in two shades of blue) while the vanilla Vivo X50 is available in Pink colour. It is indicated that both the Vivo X50 phones will pack a hole-punch display.

Vivo has also revealed the quad rear camera setup on the Vivo X50 series. Last week, the company highlighted the micro gimbal camera system on a Vivo X50 phone that is now speculated to be on the Pro model. The gimbal camera on the Pro is much larger and the phone's rear camera module comes in a unique design. While vanilla Vivo X50 also packs a quad rear camera setup, it is unclear whether the smartphone will include a micro-gimbal camera system or not. Both the phones are speculated to include a periscope camera. Other key details of Vivo X50 phones such as the processor make, battery capacity, storage option etc. are currently unknown. The price of smartphones also remains unclear.


vivo X50 Pro pictures, official photos





2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
CDMA 800 & TD-SCDMA
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
4G bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41
5G bands SA/NSA
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G (3.6+ Gbps DL)

Announced Exp. announcement 2020, June 01

Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.7 inches, 108.4 cm2
Resolution 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~393 ppi density)
HDR10
90Hz refresh rate


                           MAIN CAMERA
Quad 50 MP, f/1.6, (wide), 1/1.31", 1.2µm, Dual Pixel PDAF
13 MP, f/3.4, 135mm (periscope telephoto), 1/4.0", PDAF, OIS, 5x optical zoom
32 MP, f/2.0, 50mm (telephoto), 1/2.8", 0.8µm, PDAF, 2x optical zoom
8 MP, f/2.2, 112˚ (ultrawide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
Features Dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, panorama
Video 4K@30fps


                         SELFIE CAMERA
Single 32 MP, f/2.4, 26mm (wide), 1/2.8", 0.8µm
Features HDR
Video 1080p@30fps


                                                 FEATURES
Sensors Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
                                                BATTERY
Non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery
Charging Fast charging


X50 Demo Video Here


Monday, 18 May 2020

Black Shark 3 Pro


65W Hyper Charge 5000mAh Dual Battery
7.1” 2K+ Immersive Display
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
LPDDR5 + UFS 3.0
90Hz High Refresh Rate MEMC Technology
270Hz
Touch Reporting Rate
“Sandwich” Liquid Cooling
System
Master Triggers
Master Touch 3.0
SA+NSA 5G
Wi-Fi 6


Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 865 + SDX55, 2.84 GGHz (Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ premium-tier processor)

Qualcomm® Adreno™ 650



8GB+256GB
LPDDR5, Dual Channel, 2750 MHz

UFS 3.0

12GB+256GB
LPDDR5, Dual Channel, 2750 MHz

UFS 3.0


Blasting Black


Height: 177.79 mm

Width: 83.29 mm

Depth: 10.1 mm (10.48 mm at the thickest point)

Weight: About 253 g

*Note: Product size, product weight, and related specifications are for illustrative purposes. Actual measurements between individual products may vary. All specifications are subject to the actual product.


(typ)2500mAh*2

Non-removable

Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 4.0+, 65W

Standard USB Type-C


Rear Cameras
Main:64MP 4in1 (Equal to 16MP)

Aperture: f/1.8

6p lens

LED flash



Secondary: 13MP

Aperture: f/2.25

6 lens



Third: 5MP

Aperture: f/2.2

3 lens



Support PDAF / Low-Light Enhancement Technology / HDR / Portrait photography / Panorama / AI camera



Front Camera
20MP 4in1

Aperture: f/2.2

5 lens



AI beauty mode / Counting-down selfile / Portrait photography

4K Video recording, 60fps / Slow motion mode, 720P@1920fps, 1080P@240fps, 1080P@120fps



7.1 inch AMOLED, Flexible Screen, 10bit

19.5:9 Full screen display

500nit(typ) High brightness(It loss 10% brightness after DSP adjustment)

Resolution:1440*3120, 483PPI, Contrast ratio ≥100000:1

DCI-P3 97% typ cover



Supports eyes-protection mode / MEMC / Supports image enhancement




2 ✕ CA, 3 ✕ CA, 4 ✕ CA, 5 ✕ CA; EN-DC Support4*4 MIMO(Band Band 1/3/4/7/38/39/41)

Dual nano SIM Card

SIM-1 supports 5G NR SA&NSA / TD LTE/FDD LTE/WCDMA/CDMA/GSM

SIM-2 supports 5G NR SA&NSA / TD LTE/FDD LTE/WCDMA/CDMA/GSM

Can not support CDMA in both SIM card at same time; At present, it supports single card 5g, that is, only one card can be inserted to register 5g



Support wifi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax; 2.4G&5.0G

Supports 2*2 mimo, MU MIMO

Supports WIFI Display, WFI Direct, WIFI hotspot

Supports Bluetooth 5.0 wireless, supports aptX & aptX HD & aptX Adaptive & LDAC



FDD LTE (B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B19/B20/B28)

TDD LTE (B34/B38/B39/B40/B41)

TD -SCDMA (Frequency band B34/B39)

WCDMA (B1, B2, B4, B5, B6, B8,B9, B19)

GSM(B2, B3, B5, B8)

CDMA/EVDO(BC0)

5G NR NSA (N41, N78, N79)



Virtual Keys: Recent, HOME, Back

Supports full-screen operation; Supports intelligent dock & game Dock

Shark Key to enter Sharkspace



GPS/AGPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU/Galileo/QZSS


Gravity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Gyroscope, Compass, fingerprint sensor, display touch sensitivity sensor


Supports 3gp, mp4, flv, avi, asf, webm, 3g2, etc…


Support mp3, amr, flac, aac, wav, ogg, wma, ape, aiff, etc…


Supports png, gif, jpg, bmp, webp, wbmp, etc…


Handset/Fast Charge Power Adapter/USB Type-C data cable/SIM Tray Ejector/Protective Case/Screen Protector/Quick Start Guide


Sunday, 17 May 2020

realme X50 Pro 5G - Full phone specifications

The Realme X50 Pro 5G is a smartphone from the Chinese company Realme, released in February 2020. Realme X50 Pro 5G comes with 5G networks on all spectrums from all over the world. The phone can be used in 5G enabled countries.

Realme X50 5G Smartphone With 64-Megapixel Quad Camera Setup ...


Snapdragon 865 5G

Up to 2.84GHz

65W SuperDart Charge

100% Charge in 35 Minutes*

90Hz Super AMOLED Fullscreen

92% Screen-to-body Ratio*

64MP Quad Camera

32MP In-Display Dual Selfie


LPDDR5 & UFS 3.0+TW+HPB

New Gen RAM & ROM

Vapor Cooling System

Stay Cool Under Pressure

Dual Stereo Speakers

Dolby Atmos & Hi-Res

realme UI

Seamless Fun


Ready for 5G

Network coverage around the world
3.45 Gbps
Theoretical value
10x
Faster than 4G

Leading the 5G era with coverage of the world's mainstream 5G bands. The theoretical download speed peaks at up to 3.45 Gbps, which is 10x higher than 4G. It takes less than 10s to download an HD movie, and live-streaming at 4K ultra-clear resolutions is achieved without any buffering.*



Dual Channel Network Acceleration
Overlay Wi-Fi 6 and 5G
Dual Wi-Fi Network Acceleration
2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi Simultaneous Connection

X50 Pro 5G features a 360° surround antenna design, which is 200% more than 4G phones. It supports Dual SIM Dual Standby, Smart 5G, and can also intelligently switch from 4G to 5G, thus reducing power consumption by 30%.


Speed is Awesome
A New Era of Mobile Gaming

Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 865All-round Futuristic Technology
25% CPU
25% GPU
200% AI

The 7nm Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with A77 performance cores, can reach clock speeds of up to 2.84GHz. It supports Desktop Forward Rendering for extreme realism and the first-ever updatable GPU driver on a mobile. Behold a new generation of flagship mobile platform, with higher performance and more fun in the mobile gaming age.

Vapor Cooling System
Five-dimensional Vapor Cooling Pro

Vapor Cooling System
Five-dimensional Vapor Cooling Pro
The new upgraded five-dimensional Vapor Cooling System enables higher heat dissipation performance. Vapor Chamber dissipates heat from an area of up to 1821 mm² , compared with the previous generation of heat pipes increased by 339%, ensuring high performance all the time, even while heavy gaming.*


65W SuperDart Charge
100% Charge in 35 Minutes


X50 Pro 5G uses dual cell design for both safety and speed. These blistering charging speeds are protected by an intelligent five-core chip system that provides real-time monitoring. X50 Pro 5G also supports 18W QC/PD charging and 30W Flash Charge, making it even more versatile.


The Speed Revolution
90 Frames Per Second

90Hz Ultra Smooth Display
180Hz Ultra-high Sampling Rate

Compared with the 60Hz display, 90Hz display has 50% higher refresh rate to provide a smoother visual experience. 180Hz ultra-high sampling rate improves the gaming speed and touch response.


16.4cm (6.44") Super AMOLED Fullscreen
Incredible Visual Feast

E3
Luminescent Materials
1000+nit
Highest Brightness*
DCI-P3
Color Space


92%
Screen-to-body Ratio
HDR 10+
Official Certification
0.27s
In-display Fingerprint*

X50 Pro 5G comes with the 20:9 screen ratio and 2400x1080P FHD+ resolution. Moreover, it is equipped with the 16.4cm. Super AMOLED and E3 luminescent materials to become the universal genius in every aspect.


Ultra Six Cameras
Extreme Steady


8MP
105° ultra
wide-angle*
Ultra Wide-angle Lens

32MP
Sony IMX616
Sensor
Wide-angle Lens

Ultra Wide-angle Selfie

105° Ultra wide-angle lens captures 2.5x larger view than ordinary lens. This is the first smartphone to feature Edge Deformity Correction, and it can recognize faces and automatically optimize the face contours when you capture on the edge of photo.*


12MP
Telephoto Lens
Up To 20X ZOOM
64MP
Main Camera
1/1.72 inch Sensor Size
8MP Ultra Wide-angle
& Macro Lens
119°, 3cm Shooting Distance*
B&W Portait Lens
F2.4 Aperture


64MP Quad Camera
20x Hybrid Zoom


Ultra NightScape
For the first time, realme has added the Ultra NightScape to help you capture the real night scenes. Even in the 1 Lux low light environment, it can take clear, bright, and high-quality night pictures.

Super Nightscape 3.0
Super Nightscape can capture various night scenes. A picture of night view blockbuster can be taken with the mode of night view with enough light. While in terms of weak light, turn on the tripod mode to get the excellent quality night view picture after the long exposure.


UIS Max Video Stabilization
The new UIS Max adopts wide-angle picture clipping technology to achieve more field of vision and more amazing anti-shake effect. Even if you run and jump, the picture won’t be blurred.

Multiple Coating Technology
Especially customized by the SKC company of South Korea, the color film endured six processes of coating and curing with 21 days of careful polishing, to present a subtle and high-end color texture in front of you.

The industry-leading AG technology reduces the emission of light from 8% to less than 1% of ordinary glass, bringing a low-keyed matte texture. Meanwhile, the matte surface provides delicate and warm hand feel, soft and comfortable.

The brand new realme UI is based on real design concept, inspired by simple objects in life, elegant and convenient for users. The app-launch time is reduced by 14%, RAM reduced by 20%, and battery life is increased by 40%* to give you a seamless and smooth experience. 


Multi-functional NFC
Your Wallet on Your Phone!

Simplify your lifestyle and say goodbye to bulky wallets with X50 Pro 5G’s ability to load, making the payment safe when you go on Google Pay.





Samsung Galaxy A51 5G



Samsung Electronics today revealed the new Galaxy A51 5G smartphones, adding 5G connectivity and enhanced essential innovations to the popular Galaxy A family. 
Packed with the latest industry-leading features, including a stunning Infinity-O display, quad camera, long-lasting battery and connectivity through 5G, A51 5G are designed to create accessible and exciting mobile experiences every day.




“Our ambition with the Galaxy A series portfolio is to deliver must-have innovations, and powerful experiences, at a varied range of prices but without compromising on features,” said YeonJeong Kim, Vice President, Head of Innovative Product Planning Group Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. 
“I’m excited today to be announcing the next step in our journey with the Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A51 5G. 
These devices are designed for the era of 5G, and are part of our ongoing commitment to deliver next-generation connectivity to more people, by building 5G into our diverse smartphone portfolio, at more accessible price points.”


Entertainment Without Limits

The Galaxy A51 5G connect you to the action in an instant with hyper-fast streaming and downloading powered by 5G without frustrating lags. 
Whether playing your favorite mobile game on the go or recording a concert in vibrant 4K definition to share live with your friends, experience peak performance every time.


Bring cinematic clarity right to your fingertips with the A51 5G’s 6.5-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. 
And for those who need more space for binge-watching your favorite show or gaining an advantage in your game, A71 5G offers 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O display. 
Get even more out of your favorite mobile games with the AI-powered Game Booster, which maintains optimum performance while you’re in the middle of the action. 
Both devices come with long-lasting 4,500mAh battery and fast charging capability now lets you spend more time playing, scrolling and sharing and less time charging. 

The Galaxy A51 5G let you upload and download in hyper-fast network connectivity and offer a gateway to incredible mobile experiences, including livestreaming, sharing and low-latency gaming. 
The Galaxy A51 5G are secured by Samsung Knox, Samsung’s defense-grade security, ensuring that your device is protected, and that your connected experience is secure and safe.

Capture and Share, in the Moment

The Galaxy A51 5G’s powerful quad cameras and intelligent photography innovations make capturing and sharing dynamic images and videos faster and easier than ever. 
The A51 5G’s 48MP Main camera, along with 12MP Ultra Wide camera can take sweeping landscape images while the 5MP Macro camera and 5MP Depth camera capture intricate details of close-up objects, adding a professional-looking background blur effect around the subject.

Shoot and share high-quality live videos with the Galaxy A51 5G’s Super Steady Video, which automatically stabilizes footage for you, creating a smooth and professional video no matter what you’re filming or where you are. 
And with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB/8GB RAM, along with Micro SD support up to 1TB, you’ll be able to capture and save videos and photos without worrying about running out of storage space.

Galaxy A51 5G feature a sleek body for a comfortable grip and a premium glossy finish. 
Each device also comes in a range of new pastel shades. The A51 5G comes in Prism Cube Black, Prism Cube White and Prism Cube Pink. 
Both devices benefit from Samsung’s full ecosystem of intelligent apps and services including Bixby (Vision, Lens Mode, Routines), Samsung Pay and Samsung Health.

For more information about the Galaxy A51 5G, visit news.samsung.com/galaxy and



Galaxy A51 5G Specifications

          Display

6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED
Infinity-O Display(1080X2400)

           Camera
   Rear Quad Camera
   Main: 48MP, F2.0
   Ultra Wide: 12MP, F2.2
   Depth: 5MP, F2.2
   Macro: 5MP, F2.4

   Front 32MP, F2.2


   Body
   73.6 x 158.9 x 8.7mm
   187g

                  AP
             Octa Core
   (Dual 2.2GHz + Hexa 1.8GHz)


   Memory
   6GB/8GB RAM
   128GB Internal Storage

   Micro SD slot (up to 1TB)


   Battery
   4,500mAh (typical)
   15W Adaptive Fast Charging


   Biometric Authentications
   On-Screen Fingerprint


   Color
   Prism Cube Black
   Prism Cube White
   Prism Cube Pink

Saturday, 16 May 2020

Galaxy A71 5G

Featuring four cameras, a long-lasting battery and an immersive Infinity-O display

Samsung Electronics today revealed the new Galaxy A71 5G a smartphones, adding 5G connectivity and enhanced essential innovations to the popular Galaxy A family. 
Packed with the latest industry-leading features, including a stunning Infinity-O display, quad camera, long-lasting battery and connectivity through 5G, the A71 5G  are designed to create accessible and exciting mobile experiences every day.
“Our ambition with the Galaxy A series portfolio is to deliver must-have innovations, and powerful experiences, at a varied range of prices but without compromising on features,” said YeonJeong Kim, Vice President, Head of Innovative Product Planning Group Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.
 “I’m excited today to be announcing the next step in our journey with the Galaxy A71 5G . 
These devices are designed for the era of 5G, and are part of our ongoing commitment to deliver next-generation connectivity to more people, by building 5G into our diverse smartphone portfolio, at more accessible price points.”
Capture and Share, in the Moment

The Galaxy A71 5G  powerful quad cameras and intelligent photography innovations make capturing and sharing dynamic images and videos faster and easier than ever. 
The A71 5G’s 64MP  Main camera, along with 12MP Ultra Wide camera can take sweeping landscape images while the 5MP Macro camera and 5MP Depth camera capture intricate details of close-up objects, adding a professional-looking background blur effect around the subject.
Shoot and share high-quality live videos with the Galaxy A71 5G  Super Steady Video, which automatically stabilizes footage for you, creating a smooth and professional video no matter what you’re filming or where you are. 
And with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB/8GB RAM, along with Micro SD support up to 1TB, you’ll be able to capture and save videos and photos without worrying about running out of storage space.
Both the Galaxy A71 5G  feature a sleek body for a comfortable grip and a premium glossy finish. Each device also comes in a range of new pastel shades. 
The A71 5G comes in Prism Cube Black, Prism Cube Sliver and Prism Cube Blue Prism Cube Pink. Devices benefit from Samsung’s full ecosystem of intelligent apps and services including Bixby (Vision, Lens Mode, Routines), Samsung Pay1 and Samsung Health

Galaxy A71 5G
6.7-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Plus
Infinity-O Display(1080X2400)


Camera Rear
Quad Camera
– Main: 64MP, F1.8
– Ultra Wide: 12MP, F2.2
– Depth: 5MP, F2.2
– Macro: 5MP, F2.4
Front 32MP, F2.2


Body
75.5 x 162.5 x 8.1mm
185g


AP  Octa Core

(Dual 2.2GHz + Hexa 1.8GHz)


Memory 6GB/8GB RAM

128GB Internal Storage

Micro SD slot (up to 1TB)


4,500mAh (typical)

25W Super Fast Charging


Biometric

Authentications On-Screen Fingerprint

Prism Cube Black

Prism Cube Silver

Prism Cube Blue

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 release date, price, news and leaks

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phones  one of the biggest devices coming towards the end of 2020, and with the Galaxy S20 handsets out the way the Notes are the next big releases expected from Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy S20, as well as the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra, constitute Samsung's first flagship phones of the year, and we'd expect a lot of the tech shown off in them to come in the Galaxy Note 20 phones. The DNA of the Notes might also be affected by the Galaxy Note 10 Lite launched in January 2020, which was the first ever chance to pick up an S Pen stylus phone for cheap, beckoning in a future of affordable stylus phones.

So the potential existence of a Galaxy Note 20 Lite means Samsung has the opportunity to create a truly top-end phone in its 'Plus' model, which could be as big or even bigger than the 6.9 inches of the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Before the Samsung Galaxy S20 came out we were expecting it to be called the S11, and we were also expecting this phone to be the Note 11, although that seems unlikely now. Saying that, some of the early phone leaks refer to the Note 11, but that's just referring to this handset.

So you can have an idea of what's to come with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, we've collected every leak we've heard so far. On top of that we've got a wishlist of what we want to see in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Since the stylus is so central to the phone’s identity, we want to see the S Pen become a true extension of the device: more physical controls, more reason to pull it out of the phone.

Latest story: The Samsung Galaxy Note 20's in-screen fingerprint sensor might be much bigger than in previous models, meaning using it to unlock your phone isn't as much of a hassle as you may be used to.

Cut to the chase
What is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20? The next stylus-packing flagship phone from Samsung.
When is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 launch date? Probably August 2020.
How much will the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 cost? The price may be around $949 / £869 / AU$1,499
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 release date and price
Given previous phones in the line came out in August or September of their year, we’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to be released in August 2020. We haven't heard any leaks or rumors, though.

One thing we can be confident of is that it's coming, and this year. Not only because Samsung always releases its Note handsets on a yearly cycle, but because the company has now specifically said that a new Note is on the way in 2020.

As for cost, the Note 10 was released at a starting price of $949 / £869 / AU$1,499, so we’d expect a starting pricetag around there or even higher. The larger Note 10 Plus cost $100 / £130 / AU$200 more, so we expect a similar price jump for the inevitable Note 20 Plus. This price scheme has become pretty standard for top-tier flagship phones.

It’s likely that Samsung’s flagship phones will come with 5G capability across the whole range – the Snapdragon 865 chipset is expected to be at the heart of the almost all 2020 flagship Android phones, and Qualcomm's new chipset is coupled with a 5G modem.

That brings up an issue for all 5G phones in 2020. The Note 10 Plus 5G was sold by Verizon in the US for $1,299 (around £974 / AU$1,888), so we’d expect a higher-than-normal price tag for any 5G-capable version of the Note 20.

Should I wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 or buy a discounted Samsung Galaxy Note 10 now?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 release date is still months away, if the August 2020 launch window stays constant, so you should probably consider the discounted Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus if you need a new stylus phone in the next days, weeks or even months.

In an ordinary year, this is a long time to wait anyway – like, say, if you broke your phone and need a replacement ASAP – but it’s possible Samsung's launch date might be pushed back due to the coronavirus. We don't know if the phone is far enough along in production that it will avoid these delays, but we'll report it first here if we find out.

In any case, if you need a new top-tier Samsung phone now (and have ruled out the Galaxy S20 range), you’re looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or the larger and higher-spec Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Here are the best prices in your region


Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaks and news
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is still months away from being released, but there’s been a few potentially revealing leaks that give us a first look at the phone.

Let's start with something disappointing - there might not be a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and it seems there will only be two phones in the range (the 'base' device and the Note 20 Plus). However the same source that provided that information suggested the Galaxy Fold 2 could functionally replace the Ultra, acting as the top-end device in the line.

Now, let's get into some section-specific leaks, news and rumors on the phones:

Design and display
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 screen might curve at the top and bottom as well as the sides, according to one patent, which would make the phone look a lot more pebble-shaped than the Note 10.

A Samsung patent won just after the Samsung Galaxy 20 launch shows a phone with a display that curves all the way to the rear of the body, but with physical buttons that protrude from the curves of the screen. Could this be the Galaxy Note 20? We're not sure, as it could be a 2021 phone (or never materialize in reality), but we'd hope so.

We've also heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could have a 120Hz refresh rate screen that's 'more fine-tuned' – they don't say what it's more fine-tuned than, but presumably they mean the Galaxy S20.

Either way, this could mean it's less of a drain on battery, or has better automatic refresh rate detection. We're not totally sure yet, and the tweeted message was rather cryptic.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaks and news
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is still months away from being released, but there’s been a few potentially revealing leaks that give us a first look at the phone.

Let's start with something disappointing - there might not be a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and it seems there will only be two phones in the range (the 'base' device and the Note 20 Plus). However the same source that provided that information suggested the Galaxy Fold 2 could functionally replace the Ultra, acting as the top-end device in the line.

Now, let's get into some section-specific leaks, news and rumors on the phones:

Design and display
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 screen might curve at the top and bottom as well as the sides, according to one patent, which would make the phone look a lot more pebble-shaped than the Note 10.

A Samsung patent won just after the Samsung Galaxy 20 launch shows a phone with a display that curves all the way to the rear of the body, but with physical buttons that protrude from the curves of the screen. Could this be the Galaxy Note 20? We're not sure, as it could be a 2021 phone (or never materialize in reality), but we'd hope so.

We've also heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could have a 120Hz refresh rate screen that's 'more fine-tuned' – they don't say what it's more fine-tuned than, but presumably they mean the Galaxy S20.

Either way, this could mean it's less of a drain on battery, or has better automatic refresh rate detection. We're not totally sure yet, and the tweeted message was rather cryptic.


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Samsung will launch an under display camera phone next year!

The Note 20 could also pack an in-screen front-facing camera, which would sit under the full display instead of within a notch or pin-hole, industry sources told South Korean tech site The Elec - and backed up by a tweet from notable leaker @UniverseIce.

That might seem unlikely, but Samsung itself has released an advert which shows a Note-like phone with no visible camera. You can see it in the video below at the 55-second mark.

And that's not the only time it has shown this device. The company also posted an image on its site showing a mystery phone with the same design. You can see it below, it's the center phone, and again, there's no visible front-facing camera, which could mean this is built into the screen.

There are of course other options - it could use a pop-up camera, and in the case of the image below it could be in the obscured top left corner (though that's not an option in the video above).

Or, perhaps most likely, this could just be a generic design, rather than one that shows a real phone. Indeed, reports elsewhere have suggested the in-screen camera tech isn't ready, so we wouldn't count on it.


If Samsung does stick with a punch-hole for the Galaxy Note 20 then the company might at least make the most of it though, as five Samsung patents have detailed a status indicator that would either encircle or sit beside a camera cut-out, and could display things like download progress without turning the screen on.

Finally, we've seen a Samsung foldable phone patent that seems like the Note 20 - except it's a foldable phone. While this could suggest Samsung's new stylus device folds, it seems more likely that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, which could come out alongside the Note 20s, will have a stylus too.

Camera
Patents meanwhile suggest the Note 20 might pack a spectrometer - a component that analyzes objects to discover its chemical composition. While it wouldn’t be the first phone to pack the device after the Changhong H2, as pointed out by LetsGoDigital, the Note 20 would be a phone with a much wider release.

Curiously, that's the only camera or sensor leak we've heard so far, so we don't really know what resolution or lenses the snappers on the phone could have, or if there are any post-processing tricks that will change the way you take photos. Expect more on this front soon, though.

Specs, features and battery
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will allegedly come with the same Snapdragon 865 chipset that debuted in the Galaxy S20 line - which makes sense, as they're packed with the Snapdragon X55 modem to enable 5G connectivity.

Saying that, one leaker thinks the phone will come with a Snapdragon 865 Plus processor instead, based on a leaked benchmark test for the device which puts its scores as lower than the iPhone 12's. Having said that, we've elsewhere heard that there won't be a Snapdragon 865 Plus this year.


Some regions though could get an upgraded chipset in the form of the Exynos 992. Samsung typically uses its own Exynos processors in most regions outside the US, and it's rumored that an Exynos 992 could be used instead, offering a slight upgraded on both the Exynos 990, used in the Galaxy S20 outside the US, and on the Snapdragon 865.

There might only be 128GB storage in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, at least in its smallest variant, and there wasn't a device with this amount in the previous range. That suggests there could be a more budget-focused handset in the range, perhaps a phone that's 'Lite' in all but name (or even 'Lite' in name too!).

One source claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could have a battery of around 4,000mAh - up from 3,500mAh in the Galaxy Note 10. That new size would put it in line with the Samsung Galaxy S20, and would likely mean that the Galaxy Note 20 Plus would also get a bigger battery.

What can the Samsung Galaxy S20 tell us about the Galaxy Note 20?
Samsung Galaxy Note 20: what we want to see
Since we haven't heard many rumors about the Note 20, we'll speculate as to what we want to see - improvements on last year's model and innovations we think would set the upcoming phone apart.

1. More capabilities in the S Pen
The S Pen has been the real selling point for the Note series - a stylus tucked neatly in the phone for those who hold a torch for Palm Pilot-style productivity. But aside from a couple of new capabilities introduced over the last couple years - a button that operates as a camera shutter, a few half-baked gestures - the S Pen remains primarily a writing implement.

Instead, we’d love to see the S Pen evolve into more of a proxy for the phone. If they can introduce one button, why not a couple more? It would be very handy to keep the phone in your pocket or perched for video and use the stylus to fiddle with volume and media navigation. Better yet, it would be great if the S Pen was used as a more universal remote across Samsung’s device family - maybe substituting a four-way joystick for the click-top so users can navigate. All we really know is the S Pen is not living up to its potential.

2. ‘Budget flagship’ version
We’re big fans of the Samsung Galaxy S10e and the standard iPhone 11 for their value as budget flagships of their respective lines, and we’d love to see a more affordable version of the Note family. This isn’t a crazy idea - there already seems to be a Note 10 Lite in production, if this leak to is to be believed.


But if a Lite version of the last Note isn’t in the cards, getting one in for the next version would be a great opportunity not just to get the S Pen in more hands, but to play around with the Note design in general. Previous phones in the line are sleek yet wide phablets, but why not take a page out of the Google Pixel 4’s book and give the Lite/budget flagship version a funky look?

3. Better cameras, specs, etc
Like every year, we’re hoping the Note 20 gets improvements on its predecessor - most importantly in the cameras. And since they usually get similar if not identical lens suites as in that year’s Samsung Galaxy S-series, we can hope that the developments coming in the Galaxy S11 get ported to the Note 20.

So the rumor of a 108MP camera headed to the S20 Plus would be great to look forward to in the Note 20 - and in the same report, a 5,000mAh battery. Both are good improvements, and we’d love to see battery life extend to breach two full days, especially with the screen-intensive S Pen functionality.

One thing we pretty much know for sure: the Note 20 will get the same Snapdragon 865 chipset headed to all top-tier Android phones in 2020, which we recently got our hands on - and found it outperformed Apple’s A13 chipset that’s in the iPhone 11 line.

4. Seamless display
While the punch-hole is certainly a less obstructive upgrade from the notch, there are still compromises: we’d love to see a screen without any break whatsoever. That probably means an under-display window for the front-facing lens, which is something a leak actually suggests might happen.


he Note 20 might not end up being the first phone with this development, but given its status as the sleeker design-oriented flagship in Samsung’s lineup, we would like to see that big phablet display go seamless.

5. Cheaper 5G
The Galaxy Note 10 5G cost far more than its 4G counterparts with only minor spec and camera upgrades, putting connectivity to the next-gen networks out of the hands of most folks. It would be great to see this cost shrink, full stop.

2020 probably won’t be the year that every flagship phone comes 5G-capable as a standard, but it’s going to be a lot harder to access if every 5G phone costs half again as much as its standard version. Given the Note line traditionally comes out toward the end of the year, though, Samsung could get ahead of the curve by trimming the price for a 5G Note 20 - and further differentiate it from the upcoming Galaxy S20.