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  • Insider information #0026: Lenovo Z6 Pro, HONOR 20 Pro, "new" Apple smartphone

    In this release of Insider information: Lenovo Z6 Pro key chips disclosed before the announcement; HONOR 20 Pro will receive the original design of the Quad; Intel abandoned plans to release 5G-equipment; Apple has found an unexpected replacement iPhone SE 2.

    Key features Lenovo Z6 Pro disclosed before the announcement

    The official website of Lenovo has published high-quality renderings and some specifications of the flagship smartphone Lenovo Z6 Pro, which is expected to debut on April 23.

    Lenovo Z6 Pro

    The manufacturer confirmed that the new product will receive a Snapdragon 855 processor and partially declassified the features of the device's camera. It is reported that the main module will receive a ToF sensor, advanced night mode shooting, and 2.39-cm macro lens, as well as an ultra-wide angle sensor with a viewing angle of 125° and optical image stabilization. The battery capacity of Lenovo Z6 Pro will be 4000 mAh.

    Lenovo Z6 Pro

    The price of the gadget and details about the claimed 100-megapixel camera are not announced.

    HONOR 20 Pro

    The Internet has a quality render of the unannounced smartphone HONOR 20 Pro. The authenticity of the image is not confirmed by the vendor, but the source claims that he published the final design of the upcoming new item.

    HONOR 20 Pro

    The design of the main camera resembles the module of the already announced Huawei P30 Pro, but the ToF-sensor of the future novelty is built directly between the lenses, and not placed in the led-flash area. According to available information, the resolution of sensors will be 40, 20 and 8 MP. In terms of technical characteristics, the smartphone is credited with a 6.4-inch display with a built-in fingerprint scanner, the flagship processor Kirin 980 and up to 8 GB of RAM.

    The Chinese debut of HONOR 20 Pro is expected on April 25.

    Intel has abandoned plans to release 5G-equipment

    Intel has announced the cancellation of its plans for the production of 5G modems. According to a press release of the Corporation, 5G technology continues to be a strategic priority for Intel, but the production of its own wireless modules for smartphones seems to be strategically unprofitable to the vendor. The research will continue in the field of PC technologies and devices of the Internet of things.



    "The Intel team has developed a valuable portfolio of wireless products and intellectual property. We value our ability to deliver on the value we've created, including opportunities for a wide range of data-centric platforms and devices in the 5g world," said Intel CEO Bob Swan.

    The company plans to announce its further strategy at a press conference on April 25 after the profit report for the first quarter of 2019.

    Apple has found an unexpected iPhone SE 2 replacement

    Internet resource DigiTimes with reference to internal sources reported about Apple's plans to expand the range of the popular iPhone line in 2020. According to published information, the Corporation does not plan to release the long-awaited second revision of the compact smartphone SE line. 


    Insiders claim that the discontinued gadget will receive a small hardware upgrade, including a new 4.7-inch display with increased to Full HD resolution, 128 GB of internal memory and an Apple A13 processor. The estimated price of "new items" will be about $650.

    Apple has not commented on the leak.

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