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  • Insider information #0126: Xiaomi Mi 9T, Samsung Galaxy M10s, the new Xiaomi router


    In this release of Insider information: Xiaomi Mi 9T will receive Android 10 next month; Samsung Galaxy M10s will lose the most popular option; Xiaomi will present its most “upgraded” router next week.

    Xiaomi Mi 9T will receive Android 10 next month

    This week, through informal channels, information leaked to the network according to which MIUI 11 on the new version of Android 10 for Xiaomi Mi 9T will be released in October this year. Following it, an update will be received by all Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones, whose life cycle has not yet been completed.

    Samsung Galaxy M10s will lose the most popular option

    Xiaomi Mi 9T is the international version of the Redmi K20 smartphone. Its release took place this spring.

    Samsung Galaxy M10s will lose the most popular option

    This fall, an updated budget smartphone Samsung Galaxy M10s with a dual rear camera, a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen (resolution 1560 × 720 pixels) and a 4000 mAh battery with fast charging function will be on sale.

    Insiders talk about a relatively budget stuffing: Exynos 7885 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Case thickness is 7.8 mm. The resolution of the rear camera is 13 (f/1.9) and 5 (f/2.2) MP. The device will become the most affordable solution of the updated A-series.

    Samsung Galaxy M10s will lose the most popular option

    In an effort to reduce the cost of the device, Samsung refused an NFC smartphone. Today this is one of the most popular options for each user and its absence often serves as a reason for choosing a different model. Will Samsung Galaxy M10s be able to effectively compete for market share - it will become known after the start of sales.

    Xiaomi will present its most “upgraded” router next week

    On September 17, China will host the presentation of the new Wi-Fi router from Xiaomi with top-end features. It supports data transmission at frequencies of 2.4 and 5 GHz, and of the supported protocols will be declared 802.11ac or 802.11ax.

    Xiaomi will present its most “upgraded” router next week

    The maximum data transfer rate will reach 2100 Mbps. The cost of the device has not yet been announced.


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