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    In this release of Insider information: Xiaomi will present Mi10 based on Snapdragon 865 and with a powerful charge up to 66 W; HUAWEI plans to create a new sub-brand; LG announced its own car multimedia system on webOS.

    The characteristics of Xiaomi Mi10 became known

    The characteristics of Xiaomi Mi10 became known

    Earlier, Xiaomi management officially announced that it plans to introduce at least ten 5G smartphones next year. One of them will be the flagship Mi10, information about which appeared in the database of the 3C controller.

    According to the data on the models M2001J1E and M2001J1C, which insiders associate with the future smartphone, Mi10 will receive the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor. This information was previously confirmed by the head of the brand Lin Bin.

    The characteristics of Xiaomi Mi10 became known

    One of the new features will be support for fast charging, the power of which will be 66 watts. In the controller base, there are two other 5G models with numbers M2001J2E and M2001J2C and charging power up to 30 watts.

    HUAWEI may create another brand

    HUAWEI may create another brand

    According to insiders, the Chinese telecommunications giant HUAWEI does not exclude the possibility of introducing the nova line into a separate brand. At the same time, the range of devices will include not only smartphones of different price segments but also accessories such as smartwatches, fitness trackers and headsets.

    The nova sub-brand could be an analog of HONOR.

    LG will introduce rival Android Auto and Apple Car Play at CES 2020

    LG will introduce rival Android Auto and Apple Car Play at CES 2020

    The network has information that LG plans to release its own solution for the automotive market at the consumer electronics show CES 2020. Information about the webOS Auto platform appeared in October when the South Korean company signed a partnership agreement with Qualcomm.

    It is reported that in addition to Qualcomm, several leading corporations are involved in the development of the system, including Microsoft, Qt, and Luxoft. So far, details about webOS Auto are minimal, but it should become a competitor to Google's Android Auto and Apple's Car Play.


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