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  • Insider information #146: Hisense F50 5G, Vivo Apex (2020), Black Shark 3, Vivo Z6 5G


    In this release of Insider information: Vivo Apex 2020 may get an unusual mobile camera; Hisense F50 5G will run on the UNISOC T7510 processor; Black Shark 3 will have two batteries installed; Vivo has confirmed two key characteristics of the next smartphone.

    Vivo Apex 2020 may get an unusual moving camera

    The new flagship Vivo Apex (2020) may debut a rear camera with a sophisticated image stabilization system. It will be called PTZ-Pan Tilt Zoom. It is worth noting that this solution is not unique in itself. In the professional segment, the technology is used for remote control, including zooming in and changing the shooting angle. This is also confirmed by numerous teasers of the smartphone.

    Vivo Apex (2020) Vivo Apex (2020) Vivo Apex (2020) Vivo Apex (2020)

    The PTZ camera in Vivo Apex (2020)can get unusual mobility on all axes-this will be possible thanks to mechanical drives and a special suspension for changing the camera angle. Other details about the new product will be announced at the presentation, which will be held tomorrow, February 28.

    Hisense F50 5G will run on the UNISOC T7510 processor

    UNISOC, better known as Spreadtrum, has introduced its own processor Tiger T7510 for mobile devices with support for 5g networks. At the same time, the first smartphone on the new chip - Hisense F50 5G-was announced. It will receive a 5010 mAh battery with a fast charge of 18 W, a special cooling system, a screen with a "drop" and a fingerprint scanner on the back of the case. Other parameters of the smartphone are not disclosed.

    Hisense F50 5G will run on the UNISOC T7510 processor

    The Tiger T7510 processor includes a 12-nm 5g ivy v510 modem that supports SA and NSA modes, as well as the ubiquitous 2G, 3G, and 4G frequencies. Four Cortex-A75 cores with a frequency of 2.0 GHz and four Cortex-A55 cores with a frequency of 1.8 GHz are responsible for performance. The PowerVR GM 9444 GPU with 800 MHz frequency is responsible for the graphics capabilities of the mobile platform.

    Hisense F50 5G will run on the UNISOC T7510 processor

    The release date and price of the Hisense F50 5G smartphone are unknown.

    Black Shark 3 will have two batteries installed

    Following the leaks of the test results of the breakthrough Black Shark 3 Pro in AnTuTu, posters from the manufacturer appeared on Weibo pages with a hint of some features of the usual Black Shark 3. As it became known, it will get a 4720 mAh battery, but the battery design will differ from most smartphones.

    Black Shark 3 will have two batteries installed

    For a better layout of all the elements inside the case, the battery was divided into two parts, as in the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. The Black Shark 3 supports 65W fast charging, like the OPPO Find X2 and realme X50 Pro 5G. In 15 minutes, the black Shark 3 will charge 50% at the outlet.

    Other notable features include a 120 Hz refresh rate display, LPDDR5 RAM, a Snapdragon 865 processor, and a UFS 3.0 drive. The smartphone will be presented in China on March 3.

    Vivo has confirmed two key characteristics of the next smartphone

    On February 29, a new Vivo Z6 5G smartphone will be announced in China. In the new posters, the company confirmed that the gadget will receive an eight-core 7-nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 765g processor with a frequency of 2.4 GHz and support for dual-mode 5G.

    Vivo has confirmed two key characteristics of the next smartphone

    It will get a 5000 mAh battery with support for fast charging up to 44 watts. The triple camera is declared - 48 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP. Its feature will be the ability to configure the camera aperture in the range from f/1.79 to f/2.6. Vivo Z6 will receive a 6.57-inch display with a resolution of Full HD +, 6 or 8 GB of RAM, 64, 128 or 256 GB of ROM. A 16-megapixel camera will be installed in front. Out of the box, the device will run Android 10 with the proprietary FunTouch OS shell.


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