In this release of Insider information: the Blackview BV5900 screen will survive a fall; Samsung will introduce low-cost Galaxy A30s and A50s; Vivo will keep the headphone jack in the next flagship; Motorola is working on a smartphone without a front camera; The first image of Realme 5 Pro reveals a strange feature of the smartphone.
Blackview BV5900 screen will survive a fall
Blackview told about the BV5900 smartphone, for which it has developed a new design and a number of attractive features. For example, the body of the model has smooth curves at the edges and rests securely in the hand thanks to special inserts behind the back cover. The corners of the smartphone are reinforced in such a way that the screen remains intact even with a strong impact.
For the front camera provides a cut-out droplet, so the screen seems frameless and occupies the entire area of the front panel. There are two rear Sony cameras of 13 Megapixels, able to take good images in any environmental conditions. Blackview BV5900 does not miss moisture, dust, dirt, so it can be safely taken to the desert, mountains or water travel.
For the performance, Blackview BV5900 meets the processor MediaTek MT6761. Autonomous operation during the day provides a battery of 5580 mAh. Out of the box, the unit runs on Android 9.0 Pie. A nice addition will be the availability of NFC-module for contactless payments.
Release date and cost of Blackview BV5900 will be known soon.
Samsung will present low-cost Galaxy A30s and A50s
After the presentation of the Galaxy NoteNote10,-cost smartphones Galaxy A and Galaxy M come to the market. Samsung introduced the Galaxy A10s and Galaxy M10s this week , and now, as insiders predicted, the Galaxy A30 and A50 are getting ready for the update. On the Wi-Fi Alliance website, smartphones Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A50s were noticed, which will replace the current models.
Talking about the technical parameters on the basis of a single leak is difficult — according to rumors, the Galaxy A30s will be built on Exynos 7885, and the Galaxy A50s — on a more progressive Exynos 9610, although these computing platforms do not give a clear advantage over existing smartphones. We expect a more detailed report on the unannounced updates from insiders in the coming days.
Vivo will keep the headphone jack in the next flagship
This year, Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and Huawei P30 Pro lost 3.5 mm audio jacks, moving to the side of adapter lovers. There are not so many smartphone manufacturers in the world who keep the title of "old believers" and keep the balance between the convenience of users and the desire to make the device thinner or more Autonomous. According to representatives of the company, the new flagship Vivo Nex 3 will keep the round connector.
On the other hand, this is bad news for fans of the design of the Vivo Apex 2019, which has a solid body without any connectors and ports. Vivo Nex 3 will be made in a more traditional design, will get a display with curved edges and probably the first of the commercial devices will get a front camera hidden directly under the display matrix. The novelty can be presented in the coming weeks.
Motorola working on a smartphone without a front camera
Following the abandonment of the thick frames around the display, Motorola began to solve another difficult task: the development of a smartphone without cutouts in the screen. Judging by the new render, engineers are close to success, and the next smartphone will receive an invisible front camera or even lose it.
You can hide the camera in several ways: place the module on the sliding mechanism inside the case or install it under the display. The latter managed to units among major manufacturers, so it seems more likely version with a retractable camera. In second place is the option of abandoning the front, although few of the vendors ventured to such a bold step.
The next Motorola presentation is scheduled for August 23.
The first image of Realme 5 Pro reveals a strange feature of the smartphone
Twitter insider @Sudhansku has published a render of the upcoming Realme 5 Pro smartphone, which will be presented along with the base model of Realme 5 on August 20. The image clearly shows four rear cameras and a physical fingerprint scanner on the rear panel.
Physical scanner caused a lot of questions from insider and its subscribers, as Realme 5 Pro needs to AMOLED matrix that would allow engineers to use a more relevant sub-screen fingerprint reader.
The final details and cost of Realme 5 and 5 Pro will be revealed in a week.