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    South Korean automaker Hyundai has come up with a new way to interact with the car without the usual ignition key. Instead, the company offers to use an ordinary smartphone with a special mobile application. With its help, the owner of the car will be able not only to drive a vehicle but also to open access to it to other people.


    With the program, you can unlock the car and even remotely control some of its functions. Removing the lock is carried out with the help of NFC modules, built — in door handles on the driver's side and the front passenger seat-just bring the mobile device. To turn on the ignition, place your smartphone on the wireless charging station and then press the engine start button on the center console.

    In the mobile application, you can configure access to the car at the same time for four people. Depending on who will sit in the driver's seat and turn on the ignition, the on-Board computer will automatically activate the settings of a particular user, so you do not have to adjust everything for yourself every time. Through the smartphone, the driver will be able to remotely open and close the car, activate the alarm, start the engine and much more.


    Support for the new control system will appear in serial Hyundai cars this year. It is also expected that the virtual key technology will be popular in the field of car sharing.

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      Last year's OPPO Reno 2 smartphone was remembered for its almost flagship characteristics. In the new generation, the emphasis has shifted - the role of the top-end device has been assigned to the Reno 3 Pro, and the standard “three” has become a mid-budget phone. However, Reno 3 received a powerful quad camera, high-quality screen, and a large amount of memory. We find out how good the new product is.

      Four rear modules and a 44-megapixel front-facing camera
      The main camera of Reno 3 received four modules, as in the top-end device of the series - Reno 3 Pro. However, there are some functions missing, such as interpolation up to 108 MP. All the blocks are arranged in a line on an islet that protrudes noticeably upwards if you wear the gadget without a cover.
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      Specifications of OPPO Reno 3
      DISPLAY: 6.4 ", FHD + (2400x1080), 20: 9
      CHIPSET: CPU MediaTek Helio P90 (MT6779V), 2.2 GHz, GPU PowerVR GM 9446
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      STORAGE: 128 GB
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      BATTERY: 4025 mAh
      FEATURES: a sub-screen fingerprint sensor, an NFC module, an audio output, support for microSD cards up to 256 GB (without SIM replacement), a proprietary shell ColorOS 7, three body colors: black, white and blue.
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      GEEKBENCH: 5 428 single-core, 1568 multi-core
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      The OPPO Reno 3 is an interesting device with balanced characteristics. From the first minutes, the beautiful design, slim body, and high-quality 6.4-inch screen make you happy. Later on - high performance, fast recharging, and good battery life. The advantages include the photo-filling, including a 44-megapixel front camera. In addition, the built-in drive can be expanded with a memory card, but not to the detriment of the second SIM card - a trifle, but nice.

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