Connect with us

News

All Color Variants of Redmi Note 5 & Redmi Note 5 Pro to be Available on March 7th Sale

Published

on

Redmi Note 5

There is no doubt that people of India are crazy about the Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro. Now just to increase the craziness level, the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi decided to make all the four colour options available for the third flash sale.

The third sale for the Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro is scheduled for March 7 and it is said that the Black, Gold, Rose Gold, and Lake Blue colour variants for both of the smartphones will be available. Also, the 6GB variant for the Redmi Note 5 Pro will be available during the flash sale, but only in black colour option.

Both of the smartphones was first launched on February 14 and it saw its first flash sale on February 22. According to the company they managed to sale 300,000 units in the first sale in a matter of 3 minutes. The second sale happened on February 28 and now the flash sale will be held on March 7, which will come with different colour options.

Talking about the specifications, both of the devices have a 5.99-inch displays on their top with a resolution of 1080×2160 pixels and comes with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The Redmi Note 5 sports a Snapdragon 425 SoC under its hood, where the Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with the Snapdragon 636 SoC. The Redmi Note 5 Pro is launched with 4GB and 6GB RAM option and comes with 64GB storage. Talking about the Redmi Note 5 you can either go for 3GB of RAM 32Gb storage or 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. Also, both of the devices runs on MIUI 9 and Android Nougat.

In other stories:  Xiaomi Redmi 6 Live Hands On Images Leaked Online

Talking about the camera, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with a dual rear camera setup which equips a 12-megapixel and a 5-megapixel sensor. On the front, it has a 20-megapixel lens for taking selfies. Coming to the Redmi Note 5 it has a 12-megapixel rear camera sensor and a 5-megapixel camera sensor on the front.

Redmi Note 5 Pro Specifications

  • 5.99 inch FHD+ display
  • Snapdragon 636
  • 4/6 GB RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage
  • 4000 mAh battery
  • 12+5 MP dual rear camera
  • 20 MP front camera

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Specifications

  • 5.99 inch FHD+ display
  • Snapdragon 625
  • 3/4 GB RAM
  • 32/64 GB internal storage
  • 4000 mAh battery
  • 12 MP rear camera / 5 MP front camera
All Color Variants of Redmi Note 5 & Redmi Note 5 Pro to be Available on March 7th Sale
Rate this post
Comments

News

Motorola receives Patent for Foldable Smartphone which uses Heating Hinge

Published

on

motorola logo

After bezel less displays and notched displays, the next trend may be foldable display smartphones. Motorola becomes the latest manufacturer to file a patent for a foldable smartphones. The list is pretty big with manufacturers like Samsung, Huawei, OPPO, LG, Microsoft and many more.

The patent was filed way back in 2016 but is revealed now. As a foldable smartphone, it contains a hinge through which the smartphone can be folded. The schematics of the patented design reveals the presence of a temperature sensor and a heating element which can be activated to raise the temperature of the OLED panel around that area which will allow the display to return to its original position when there is some deformity.

The latest patent from Motorola describes a heat-based technology that helps in immediate repair of the flexible area when damaged. Even if the OLED panels are flexible, the constant folding may lead to deformities in the flexible area of the panel. The deformity though will not be permanent may lead to bad user experience. This is the reason why Motorola will be adopting the heat-based technology.

The patent also describes a special module that can track if the display is folded or not. Additionally there is a backup battery which powers the module so that it can keep track how much time the display is in folded state even when the device is switched off. If it crosses the limited time, the smartphone automatically enter recovery mode as soon as it is unfolded.

Yesterday some pictures were leaked showing Samsung Project V foldable smartphone which was scrapped back in 2016. Huawei is also reported to launched its own foldable smartphone towards the end of this year. So it seems the next year we will enter the era of foldable smartphones.

Source | Via

In other stories:  Xiaomi Redmi 6 Live Hands On Images Leaked Online
Motorola receives Patent for Foldable Smartphone which uses Heating Hinge
Rate this post
Continue Reading

News

Xiaomi removes IR Blaster from Redmi 6 & 6A!

Published

on

Redmi 6 Source: ITHome.com

Xiaomi is known to be one among the few brands that offer something extra, without breaking your wallet. One of the key features of Xiaomi phones has been the inclusion of an Infrared Blaster (or IR Blaster), which can be found on most Xiaomi phones. The Infrared Blaster is useful for many users as it let the users control many electronic appliances like TV, AC, Fans etc. But now, Xiaomi has suddenly decided to ditch the IR Blaster in the recently launched Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A.

Chinese smartphone related site Gizmochina says, “We first noticed the IR sensor was missing in hands-on photos of the Redmi 6 posted on ITHome. Then we decided to confirm on the official website and found out that Xiaomi didn’t include it in the Redmi 6A too.”

This way, it was found that Xiaomi has skipped the IR Blaster on the Redmi 6 and the Redmi 6A as well, which is budget phone meant to offer many things at a low price. This is quite an unexpected move from Xiaomi, and probably, as the company has removed it from a budget device, in future, we may not see an IR Blaster on other phones from Xiaomi as well.

In other stories:  Mi A2 shows up in Swiss Retailer site, to go in sale in August

However, if the absence of the IR Blaster on the Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A isn’t a big deal for anyone, the devices still offer great value for money when compared to many other smartphones. Both the Redmi 6A and Redmi 6A features a 5.45-inch HD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. While the Redmi 6 is powered by MediaTek’s new Helio P22 SoC, the Redmi 6A is powered by the Helio A22.

The Redmi 6 offers dual camera setup on the back, Face Unlock, Fingerprint scanner as well, while the Redmi 6A skips the dual rear cameras on the back and the fingerprint scanner, but still offers good value for money. So, are you happy with this decision by Xiaomi or will you expect them to include the Infrared Blaster in their future phones? Do let us know in the comments section below.

Via

Xiaomi removes IR Blaster from Redmi 6 & 6A!
Rate this post
Continue Reading

News

Samsung’s Cancelled Foldable Phone from years ago Leaked Online!

Published

on

samsung

Last year, ZTE launched the Axon M, a foldable smartphone with two displays. It was an innovative concept but was far from perfect. Since then there are rumours of a foldable smartphone from manufacturers like Huawei, OPPO and even Microsoft who filed their respective patents.

Now some images leaked today shows that Samsung toyed with this idea way back in 2015-2016 but ultimately scraped the project, before trying to get it hands on foldable phones again for this year. The smartphone was codenamed “Project V” and we feel it had some real potential at that time.

The smartphone came with model number SM-G929F. Interestingly the model numbers for the Galaxy S6 edge and the Galaxy S7 were SM-G925X and SM-G930x respectively. This shows the estimated timing of its development. It is also confirmed by the old Play Store icon as we all the home screen widget date of January 7, Wednesday which was on 2015.

Similar to the Axon M, the Project V sports a thicker base and a thinner flip screen. The overall design bears a similar look to the Galaxy S6 with the same port placement. The smartphone had a single camera with a flash which can be expected.

Don’t get your hopes high, Samsung is not resurrecting the Project V clearly as the word CANCEL is clearly written below. But a previous report claims that Samsung will be unveiling its foldable smartphone in MWC 2019 event which pushes the Galaxy S10 flagship to a CES 2019 date. The project was under development since 2015 under the name “Valley” which was recently converted the long term development project into a short one, giving the codename “Winner”.

The company has asked to start supplying components for its foldable smartphone in November but in small amount which means the company wants to test the public reaction fast and will definitely cost higher than the regular flagships.

Other manufacturers like Huawei also claims to launch its foldable smartphone at the end of this year. It seems that 2019 will be a year of foldable smartphones.

Source

In other stories:  Redmi Y2 Launched in India, Sports 16 MP AI Selfie Camera & SD625
Samsung’s Cancelled Foldable Phone from years ago Leaked Online!
Rate this post
Continue Reading

Trending