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  • Insider information #0091: Motorola Moto One Pro, Samsung Galaxy Home, Teclast M30, Meizu Flyme 8


    In this release of Insider information: the first details about the Motorola OnePro quad-camera; the Samsung Galaxy Home column will reach the buyer; the new Teclast M30 tablet will be equipped with a ten-core processor; Meizu announced the date of the announcement of Flyme 8.

    First details about Motorola OnePro Quad-camera

    Following the first information about the Motorola One Pro smartphone, new details about the filling of the device preparing for the announcement appeared in the network.

    Motorola OnePro

    According to the publication on the PocketNow website, the device will receive the main camera module of four sensors, including the main one with a resolution of 48 MP, a focal length of 13-81 mm and a dual optical image stabilization system. It will support the technology of combining pixels to create a single 12-megapixel image with improved sensitivity.

    Other sensors with wide-angle optics and a telephoto lens are also reported, but their detailed characteristics are unknown. The novelty will be equipped with a 6.2-inch display with a resolution of Full HD+ with a semicircular cutout for the selfie module. According to available information, Motorola Moto One Pro will be presented at IFA 2019 in Berlin, the price of the smartphone at the start of sales will be €429.

    Smart speaker Samsung Galaxy Home is preparing for the release

    Internet resource The Verge announced the imminent announcement of a smart speaker Samsung Galaxy Home with voice assistant Bixby. According to the source, before the start of sales, the company intends to expand the capabilities of the gadget.

    Smart speaker Samsung Galaxy Home

    The device is expected to play 360-degree surround sound and serve as a hub for controlling other Samsung smart appliances from the smart home ecosystem of SmartThings.

    Detailed specifications, sales start date, and price of Samsung Galaxy Home are not announced.

    The new tablet Teclast M30 will be equipped with a ten-core processor

    Teclast company announced the release of the M30 tablet, built on the basis of the MediaTek Helio X27 Mobile platform. New in the metal case will display a diagonal of 10.1 inches with a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels.

    Teclast M30

    Among other features of the device — 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi module, 4G modem, and Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

    The start date of the sale is not reported, the expected price of the new item will be about $170.

    Meizu announced the announcement date of Flyme 8

    According to a poster published by Meizu, the company will present the latest version of the proprietary Flyme 8 shell next week, on August 13.

    Flyme 8

    According to the portal Gizchina, one of the features of the firmware will be a noticeable redesign of the icons and the navigation interface of the launcher. Meizu also used the ideas of the Flyme 2 and Flyme 3 versions to create a modern flat design.

    Flyme 8

    In the announcement of the company reported that the new operating system for mobile devices will be present SOS button, one click of which you can send a call and send the coordinates of the owner of the smartphone emergency services. At the time of the test run, the feature will be available only in one of the provinces of China.


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