Samsung Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90 are speculated to be the first devices by the company to feature the new Infinity displays showcased at the Samsung Developers Conference (SDC 2018) last week. The South Korean manufacturer revealed four types of Infinity displays of which three came with various notches.
The two smartphones appears to be the first models to have a display notch since the company has managed without notch by including the Infinity Display design having thin bezels on the side but significant space for front camera and sensors at the top and a chin on the bottom.
Первыми аппаратами с Infinity экранами от Samsung будут февральские Galaxy A70/A90. Обновленная А-серия, классом выше чем текущие А7/А9. Но цены будут вполне ОК. Хорошие аппараты. Весьма интересные в жизни.
— Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) November 8, 2018
Now, Russian tipster Eldar Murtazin claims that the Galaxy A90 and Galaxy A70 sporting the new Infinity Display panels will debut in February next year. They are supposed to be the successors to the Galaxy A7 (2018) and the Galaxy A9 (2018) models which debuted with triple cameras and quad cameras at the rear respectively. They are expected to be priced competitively despite being an upgrade.
Samsung revealed three type of notches: Infinity-U, Infinity-V and Infinity-O with the letters named after the shape in which they are cut out from the regular screen space. It is not clear which type of design will be included in the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90. However the company teased its Galaxy A8s with the Infinity-O display hole design. The notchless display is likely available to premium Galaxy Series handsets like the Galaxy S10. Ben Geskin who is known for visualising rumours and leaked design render, recently posted an images showing the four types of new Infinity Display. It gives an idea what to expect from upcoming Samsung devices.
A recent report from South’s Korea’s ETNews claims that Galaxy A family in 2019 will get LCD panel-sporting modes. The current A-series models have an AMOLED display to deliver a comparable experience with vivid colours and deep black levels. The company is also reported planning to stop its Galaxy J series bringing a possibility of new affordable models. The report specified that that Galaxy A30, Galaxy A40, Galaxy 70, Galaxy A80 will come with AMOLED display panels while the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A60 will have LCD panels.
The OLED and LCD models are said to be released in markets like Korea, North America while the LCD models are for the price-sensitive markets like India and some other Southeast Asian markets. The ultimate aim is to bring down the costs of the devices lower than KRW 3,00,000 (Rs 19,300 approx).
Nokia 7.2 Spotted in GeekBench. Comes with Snapdragon 660!
HMD is expected to launch the Nokia 7.2 later this month in China and a global release at IFA in September. Ahead of the official unveiling, the mid-range Nokia smartphone is spotted on the benchmarking site Geekbench. The benchmark result reveals key details about the phone ‘s specs including its chipset.
The smartphone was benchmarked in Geekbench as the “HMD Global Nokia 7.2”. According to the listing, the device has 6GB RAM and runs on Android 9 Pie. We can expect other RAM variants too but this should be the highest RAM option. The predecessor Nokia 7.1 was available in 3GB RAM and 6GB RAM variants.
The Geekbench listing doesn’t mention the chipset and the motherboard says “Daredevil” which is the phone’s codename. However taking its base frequency of 1.84GHz and comparing to other benchmarked devices, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 660. So, the rumours about the Nokia 7.2 being powered by the SD 660 turned out to be true. This is a fair upgrade considering the Nokia 7.1 came with a Snapdragon 636 chipset.
As for its performance, the device managed to score 1604 and 5821 points in the single-core and multi-core tests respectively. They are similar to the score of Redmi Note 7 which have the same SD 660 chipset. The handset is said to sport a triple rear camera setup stacked in a circular housing. The configuration of the cameras is unknown but we can expect it to have ZEISS lens. Moreover, it should come with a FHD+ display and a rear mounted circular fingerprint sensor.
HMD is yet to reveal the remaining specifications of the Nokia 7.2. We have to wait till the launch event to known the full specs, price and availability of the device. Till then, keep tuned.
Xiaomi reveals it’s 64MP Smartphone Camera! Also teases 100MP Smartphone Camera!
Xiaomi and Realme rivalry is at its peak and looks like though Realme has an edge over Xiaomi in terms of a 64-megapixel camera, the Chinese smartphone giant isn’t leaving any stones unturned. We are already aware that Xiaomi is already working on a quad-camera setup that consists of a 64-megapixel sensor. As of now, there are no words regarding which phone would get the massive 64-megapixel camera, the company has revealed more details about the 64-megapixel camera, along with a few more exciting updates.
Xiaomi held a presentation regarding its camera technology at the Xiaomi Future Image Technology Communication Conference in Beijing, China. At the event, the company has finally revealed that it is using the 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 camera sensor and a lot of features of the sensor were highlighted. It is believed that a Redmi phone may come with the 64-megapixel camera, hinting towards the Redmi Note 8. It is believed that the Redmi Note 8 would be powered by MediaTek’s latest flagship chipset, the Helio G90T.
In terms of the 64-megapixel sensor, the new Samsung ISOCELL GW1 64-megapixel sensor holds 38% more pixels than a 48-megapixel camera and with this sensor, Xiaomi claims that pictures would turn brighter, vibrant and more detailed. The Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor is a large 1/1.7″ sensor with a 0.8μm pixel size. The upcoming Redmi Phone will also pack features like ISOCELL Plus for improved color reproduction, Smart ISO and Hybrid 3D HDR. The images captured using the camera will have a resolution of 9248 x 6936 pixels. That’s huge, but that’s not the end. Images captured using the camera can take a lot of space, as high as 19 MB.
At the event, Xiaomi also teased an upcoming Mi Series smartphone which will feature a massive 108-megapixel sensor from Samsung. As per the company, this sensor can capture images with dimensions up to 12,032 x 9,024 pixels. There are some rumors going on regarding this sensor as some sources suggest that the sensor will be first used on the upcoming Mi Mix 4, Xiaomi’s premium flagship lineup! Here’s the teaser by the way!
And yes, Manu Kumar Jain was quick to share the teaser in English on Twitter. We are expecting another Twitter fight between Xiaomi and Realme soon! 😉
WHOA! #100MP camera 😮
Yes, we've been working on 100MP camera flagship phone!
And then #100MP 📸
— #MiFan Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) August 7, 2019
Redmi to Demo 64MP camera on August 7, One Day ahead of Realme’s Event!
According to the latest reports, Redmi is preparing to demo their first smartphone with 64MP camera on August 7th. Ever since Samsung announced the ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP camera solution for smartphones, smartphone manufacturers has been racing to become the first to integrate the technology into their smartphones.
Two days ago we had reported that Realme is preparing to unveil it’s 64MP smartphone camera technology on August 8th, but it seems Redmi has managed to outrun Realme in this race. This will make Redmi the first smartphone brand to launch a smartphone with 64MP camera. According to the reports, on the Camera Innovation Event scheduled on August 8, Realme will unveil their latest quad camera setup with the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP sensor.
Staying ahead of the race, Xiaomi has invited media representatives to the demo of their own 64MP camera on August 7. According to a post made on Chinese social media website Weibo, the Xiaomi’s 64MP sensor will produce images with a size of 20MB, which is only 4MB higher than the 16MB images produced by the 48MP sensors.
There are speculations that instead of just unveiling the camera technology, Xiaomi might introduce a new smartphone with the ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP sensor onboard. The current flagship device from Xiaomi, the K20 Pro comes with the Bright GM1 platform with Quad Bayer layer to produce impressive 12 MP images on a 48 MP sensor. The new sensor from Samsung uses Tetracell, which is Samsung’s brand for the Quad-bayer technology.
While there is no news about any upcoming smartphones incorporating the new camera sensor from both the companies, the fact that Xiaomi out-ran Realme by one day indicates that Xiaomi will be soon launching a new smartphone with the new camera technology inorder to stay ahead of the competition.
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