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  • Insider information #0056: AMD Radeon RX 640, Google Assistant, RedmiBook 14, HONOR 20

    In this release of Insider information: AMD will release an updated line of Radeon RX 600 graphics cards; Google Assistant will get the design of Android 4.0; RedmiBook will open a new line of Xiaomi laptops; HONOR 20 specifications revealed by the benchmark.

    AMD will release an updated line of Radeon RX 600 graphics cards

    AMD Radeon RX 640

    Enthusiasts portal XDA-Developers found in the latest version of the graphics driver AMD mention of unannounced graphics cards Radeon RX 620, RX 625, RX 630 and RX 640. It is noted that the identifier Radeon RX 640 coincides with Radeon RX 550X — probably we are talking only about rebranding, not the development of a new generation of graphics cards.

    AMD Radeon RX 640

    Insiders claim that 7-nanometer AMD Navi graphics cards will debut as part of the RX 3000 series. Graphics cards with chips AMD Polaris presumably will allocate a line of the RX 600. Current Radeon RX 550X and RX 540X are made by 14-nm process technology on the architecture of Craphics Core Next 4.0. It remains unknown whether AMD will copy the previous solution when the 600 series is released or upgrade the chips to a 12nm process.

    Google Assistant will get the design of Android 4.0

    Google Assistant

    Google Assistant, according to the portal PhoneArena, will soon acquire an updated design. When you activate the voice assistant, the updated search bar with four colored dots will appear on the smartphone screen. In a conversation with Assistant points are stretched in one line, and below it shows the open button ribbon events, and start the on-screen keyboard.

    Some users have already received the update and note that its design is similar to the holo interface of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The redesign is available in the Google app version for randomly selected users. You can download the latest version from APK Mirror.

    RedmiBook will open the new line of laptops Xiaomi

    Internet resource Gizchina said that the Redmi brand is preparing to release the first laptop line RedmiBook. According to rumors, the device will be equipped with a 14-inch display with a resolution of 1920x1080, Intel processor and Bluetooth 5.0 module. Other characteristics of the device are unknown.


    Xiaomi has been producing laptops since 2013 as part of the Mi line-up. At the beginning of the year, the manufacturer has allocated a series of Redmi in a separate brand for gadgets budget and average price category.

    HONOR 20 Specifications Revealed by Benchmark

    The device under the code name Huawei YAL-L21 lit in the database Geekbench. According to Chinese sources, this article hides the upcoming release of the smartphone HONOR 20.

    HONOR 20

    Honor 20 runs EMUI 9.1 (Android 9.0 Pie). Under the "hood" of the smartphone — eight-core chipset Kirin 980 and 6 GB of RAM. Most likely, the company will release a modification with an increased amount of RAM. In the Geekbench test, the device scored 3241 points in single-core mode and 9706 points in multi-core mode.

    Among other specifications, the new product is credited with a display diagonal of 6.1 inches with a cutout for the front camera and a 3650 mAh battery with support for fast charging power of 22.5 watts. Along with the basic version is expected to release HONOR 20 Pro and possibly HONOR 20 Moschino Edition. The Pro version will be equipped with a 6.5-inch OLED display.

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