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  • Insider information #0100: new GeForce RTX graphics card, Meizu 16s Pro, Huawei nova 5T and Mate 30 Pro

    In this release of Insider information: NVIDIA is working on a new graphics card GeForce RTX; Huawei nova 5T specifications lit up the network; a case for Huawei Mate 30 Pro revealed details about the new product; there was a photo box with the technical characteristics of Meizu 16s Pro.

    NVIDIA is working on a new GeForce RTX graphics card

    Information about the new Turing generation graphics card has leaked to the Internet thanks to the AIDA64 program used to obtain system information, diagnostics and benchmarking. The latest update contains data about NVIDIA GeForce RTX T10-8 model with TU102 kernel.

    NVIDIA is working on a new GeForce RTX graphics card

    Turing TU102 is installed in the GeForce Titan RTX, RTX 2080 Ti GeForce, Quadro, and GeForce 8000 RTX RTX 6000, and then the product will also have top performance.

    Taking into account the fact that recently the head of AMD Lisa Su announced the development of the graphics card, which will be the "NVIDIA killer", it is possible that the release of a new graphics adapter will be a response to the development of AMD.

    Specifications Huawei nova 5T appeared on the Internet

    The network leaked the specifications of the new Huawei nova 5T, which accidentally appeared on the service for developers of applications for Android — Google Play Console.

    Specifications Huawei nova 5T

    Judging by the screenshot, nova 5T has a display diagonal of 5.5 inches, framed by thin frames and a round neckline for a selfie module. Also, the smartphone will receive 8 GB of RAM, 128 or 256 GB of ROM, fingerprint scanner, NFC-chip, and Zero-touch technology, allowing corporate users to simultaneously configure many devices on Android wirelessly. The model will run on the Android 9 Pie operating system.

    The case for Huawei Mate 30 Pro revealed some of the characteristics of the new smartphone

    A well-known insider Ice Universe has published a photo of the cover for Mate 30 Pro, which has two cutouts: large for the camera and small for different sensors or dynamics. In addition, you can see the hole for USB Type-C, and at the top — for the IrDA and microphone. As in Mate 20, the new product will not have a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

    case for Huawei Mate 30 Pro

    In addition to the volume and power keys on the cover, there are two additional buttons of unknown purpose. Perhaps to call a voice assistant or camera. In General, the design corresponds to earlier Huawei Mate 30 Pro renderings with transparent cases.  

    The appearance in the sale of smartphones Huawei Mate Mate 30 and Pro 30 are expected this year.

    Specifications Meizu 16s Pro appeared in the network

    According to the website IT Home, the network leaked a piece of packaging with the characteristics of the new smartphone Meizu 16s Plus. Judging by the photos, the model will receive a top chipset Snapdragon 855 Plus, but instead of the new operating system, Flyme 8 will run on Flyme 7.8. The photo of the smartphone's display, published on August 14, also indicated the OS of the seventh version. Also, the device will have 6 or 8 GB of RAM.

    Meizu 16s Pro

    Previous leaks have shown that the Meizu 16s Pro will get a screen with a resolution of 2232x1080 pixels, 128 GB of internal memory, a 20-megapixel selfie module and the main camera with 48 megapixels. The novelty will be presented very soon — August 28.

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