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  • Insider information #0098: Sharp Aquos V, Huawei CP61, Meizu 16s Pro, Redmi Note 8

    In this release of Insider information: Huawei has certified super-fast wireless charging for mobile devices; Sharp Aquos V on Snapdragon 835 tested in the benchmark; the most productive smartphone Meizu released in green; users have created a render of Redmi Note 8, based on a short video build a smartphone.

    Huawei certified super-fast wireless charging for mobile devices

    Recently it became known that the series of phablets Huawei Mate 30 will support ultra-fast wireless charging, and a day ago Huawei registered a special adapter that allows you to transfer up to 30 W in the air for faster battery recharge without a wire. The charger with model number CP61 has been certified by the FCC.

    Huawei certified super-fast wireless charging for mobile devices

    Huawei certified super-fast wireless charging for mobile devices

    It is noteworthy that the memory has not passed the test for a maximum power of 30 W, which means that CP61 can issue the claimed for Mate 30 25 W "by air". Currently, one of the fastest wireless chargers on the market offers Xiaomi — the flagship Mi9 is capable of charging from a 20W unit.

    Sharp Aquos V on Snapdragon 835 tested in the benchmark

    Sharp, unlike most manufacturers, does not seek to use top, but expensive developments in new smartphone models. According to insiders, the upcoming Aquos V will be built on the 2017 Snapdragon 835 processor. The smartphone has already passed the necessary approvals by the Bluetooth SIG and the Taiwan NCC.

    Sharp Aquos V

    According to the Geekbench entry, Sharp Aquos V runs on Android 9 Pie and is equipped with 4GB of RAM. The Bluetooth SIG certificate indicates the wireless module version 5.0. According to unconfirmed reports, Aquos V will receive a screen with a resolution of Full HD+ (matrix type and diagonal unknown), 64 GB ROM, dual main camera 13 MP, battery capacity 3120 mAh.

    Sharp Aquos V

    The announcement of the device and the flagship Aquos R3 can take place on August 16.

    The most productive smartphone Meizu released in green

    To the delight of users, in recent years, vendors are not afraid to produce bright smartphones in a color case. At the same time, some colors are used by companies less often than others. For example, remember the model in the green version will not every manufacturer. This year, Meizu can attract the attention of the top Meizu 16s Pro in a new color, which will be presented to the public on August 28.

    Meizu 16s Pro

    Meizu 16s Pro will receive a display with a resolution of 2232x1080 pixels, Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. Meizu 16s Pro will come pre-installed with Android 9.0 Pie. In the rating of AnTuTu smartphone scored 464 411 points, thus becoming the most productive device of the benchmark.

    Redmi Note 8 design recreated after the video leak with the Assembly of the smartphone

    Redmi Note 8 with a 64-megapixel camera today lit up in a short video from the Assembly shop. It was published by the head of Redmi Lu Weibing himself, which means that Redmi Note 8 will really get an unusual layout of cameras led by the 64-MP module. Enthusiasts immediately created a concept design of how the device can look in the Assembly.

    Redmi Note 8

    The Redmi Note 8 contains four rear cameras, including a 64mp main module and a side ToF module. The designer considered it necessary to slightly round the edges of the rear glass panel and chose a blue-pink gradient as the color. The fingerprint scanner will be combined with the screen of the smartphone.

    According to rumors, Redmi Note 8 will show tomorrow.

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