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  • Insider information #0107: Canon EOS 90D, Nokia 7.2, OPPO Reno 2, Apple MacBook 16, Blackview BV9100

    In this release of Insider information: Blackview BV9100 will give the world uncompromising autonomy; Canon EOS 90D declassified in a commercial merged into the network; Meizu UR - not a smartphone, not a service, not an application; Nokia 7.2 was shown on a high-quality photo 10 days before the announcement; OPPO revealed the characteristics of Reno 2; The 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro and the new Apple Watch are registered.

    Blackview BV9100 will provide uncompromised autonomy to any user

    Blackview has set a goal to save all smartphone owners from the situation when in the middle of the working day it is necessary to urgently charge the gadget. The company offers the ultimate solution — a new smartphone BV9100 battery 13 000 mAh and protection from moisture and dust according to IP68 standard.

    Blackview BV9100

    Blackview BV9100 combines modern design, powerful stuffing, and an affordable price. The front panel is a 6.3-inch screen, 19:9 with a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels, for the performance, meet MediaTek Helio P35 and 4GB of RAM. The dual camera on 16 and 2 MP will help to create photos in nature, in the city and even underwater. Of additional, it is worth mentioning fast charging on 30 W, Android 9.0 Pie out of the box and NFC support.

    Canon EOS 90D declassified in the promotional video, released on the web

    The network found a Canon commercial that talks about the new EOS 90D SLR camera. It has an APS-C sensor of 32.5 megapixels. The DIGIC 8 chip is responsible for image processing. Autofocus operates on 45 cross-shaped points, the exposure sensor - according to 220 thousand points in the visible and infrared ranges. Among the main functions of the camera, face recognition is indicated.

    Declared continuous shooting at 10 frames/s, recording video in 4K at 30 fps or Full HD with a frequency of 120 frames/s. 90D Canon EOS will be available with a movable touch screen. The body is protected from moisture (drops from splashes) and dust. As one of the additional accessories declared battery handle BG-E14. The release date and price of Canon EOS 90D are not disclosed.

    Meizu UR - not a smartphone, not a service, not an application

    The mysterious Meizu UR logo, which appeared on the net in August, finally got real products. Behind this name is not a smartphone or even a service from the Middle Kingdom. Meizu has patented the name for the branded line of accessories for smartphones. This was told by Meizu Vice President Huai Liang.

    Meizu UR

    What will enter the line is unknown, but the first accessory will be presented on August 29 along with the flagship Meizu 16S Pro.

    Nokia 7.2 showed on high-quality photo 10 days before the announcement

    In September, at the IFA 2019 exhibition, the Nokia 7.2 smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and a 48-megapixel camera will be presented. On the leak site, SlashLeaks published a high-quality photo of the back of the smartphone. The most interesting elements were a triple camera with a flash on a raised round platform and a physical fingerprint scanner.

    Nokia 7.2

    Nokia 7.2 will get a screen with a cut-out droplet, a USB Type-C connector and a round audio jack for headphones.

    OPPO revealed the characteristics of Reno 2

    On August 28, the official premiere of the smartphone OPPO Reno 2 should take place, but this week the company independently published key features. It is known that the device will receive a 6.55-inch Full HD + AMOLED Panoramic screen with an aspect ratio of 20: 9, which will occupy 93.1% of the front panel. A fingerprint scanner will be located under the display, and Gorilla Glass 6 is responsible for protection from scratches. Gorilla Glass 5 will cover the back cover.

    OPPO Reno 2

    The eight-core Snapdragon 730G processor, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal memory are responsible for the performance. For gamers, several options are provided at once: anti-cheat extensions, improved graphics, HDR10 support in games, Game Assistant and many others. For continuous operation, including in games claimed the battery is 4000 mAh with VOOC fast charging 3.0 to 20 watts.

    OPPO Reno 2OPPO Reno 2

    Earlier it became known that the main camera will supposedly receive a basic 48-megapixel sensor Sony IMX586 (f/1.7), 8-megapixel camera with a wide-angle lens (viewing angle of 116 degrees), the speed sensor is 8 megapixels with five times optical zoom and a depth sensor with a resolution of 20 MP. The module with support for night mode will be equipped with an Ultra Steady Video image stabilization system.

    Smartphone running Android 9 Pie shell ColorOS 6.0.1 will be available at retail for about $429.

    16-inch Apple MacBook Pro and new Apple Watch registered

    Apple has certified a number of unknown devices with the Eurasian Economic Commission. We are talking about the iPad, Apple Watch, iPhone, iPod Touch running iOS 13 and watchOS 6. The most interesting discovery was the emergence of a computer on macOS Catalina. Presumably, this is an unannounced 16-inch MacBook Pro.

    16-inch Apple MacBook Pro and new Apple Watch registered in Russia

    The range of laptop computers includes six models: A2141, A2147, A2158, A2179, A2182, and A2251. For comparison, Apple Watch has different identifiers: A2156, A2157, A2092, and A2093. The announcement of new products will take place in September and October of this year.

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