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  • Insider information #131: Samsung Galaxy S11, 5G-on OnePlus, Nokia 1.3, Windows 10


    In this release of Insider information: Samsung Galaxy S11 entered the Indian certification authority; there was information about the unannounced OnePlus smartphone; published characteristics of the budget Nokia 1.3; Microsoft makes it easy to upgrade the Windows 10 operating system.

    Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus Certified

    Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus Certified

    In addition to the many rumors related to the Samsung Galaxy S11 smartphone, the Indian communications regulator has published a document that features a gadget with model number SM-G980F. According to past leaks, it is under this combination of letters and numbers that the future flagship Galaxy S11 is hiding, which, by the way, may come out under the name Galaxy S20.

    According to rumors, Samsung will present three versions of the new flagship: Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20e. As a platform, the company can choose Snapdragon 865. Among other characteristics previously announced by insiders, it is worth noting the large battery capacity of 5000 mAh, as well as the presence of optical zoom in all three models.

    Regulator registered previously unannounced 5G-smartphone OnePlus

    Regulator registered previously unannounced 5G-smartphone OnePlus

    The Chinese Electronic Device Certification Authority has registered the new OnePlus IN2010 smartphone model. From the disclosed characteristics of the device, dual-mode support for 5G networks of SA and NSA can be noted. Insiders associate this leak with two brand new products.

    This can be either the new flagship OnePlus 8, or the conceptual flexible smartphone that the company plans to present at the CES 2020 conference. One of the key features of this model can be fast charging, the power of which will reach up to 100 watts.

    The network has information about the budget model Nokia 1.3

    The network has information about the budget model Nokia 1.3

    Nokia continues to develop a line of low-cost entry-level smartphones. The next new product of the company, according to the Bluetooth SIG certification center, will be the Nokia 1.3 model. The gadget is listed by the model number TA-1213 and, according to the provided documentation, works on the basis of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 2xx-series processor. Insiders believe that the manufacturer will equip the smartphone with a Snapdragon 215 chip.

    The original Nokia 1 had a 4.5-inch display, MT6737M processor, 1 GB of RAM and a 5-megapixel camera. The battery capacity of the device was 3150 mAh. The cost of such a state employee reached $76.

    Microsoft announced the simplification of the procedure for updating Windows 10

    Microsoft announced the simplification of the procedure for updating Windows 10

    In a recently released build of Windows 10 under the number 19536, Microsoft added a description from which it can be concluded that the company wants to simplify the installation of drivers by keeping them up to date. In this case, users will not need to manually search for the necessary components on the servers of component manufacturers. All patches will be available in Windows Update.

    In fact, Microsoft is considering the option of completely abandoning manual driver updates from the “Device Manager” system section. It will be up to you to keep track of the relevance of Windows 10 drivers.


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