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    In this release of insider information: Xiaomi will release its first Dolby Vision-enabled TV; Lenovo has revealed new details about the Legion smartphone in an official teaser; HONOR X10 will get a retractable selfie camera.

    Xiaomi will release its first TV with Dolby Vision support

    Xiaomi Mi TV 5 Pro, introduced in the fall of 2019, supports the HDR10+ standard, dynamic frame compensation (MEMC) technology, and coverage of 108% of the NTSC color gamut. But even the company's flagship did not get compatibility with the standard for creating a cinematic effect without losing the quality of Dolby Vision. Xiaomi intends to fix this in the next model of the brand line.

    Xiaomi will release its first TV with Dolby Vision support

    A senior manager of Xiaomi's TV development department posted an image on the Weibo social network revealing the name of the future new product and hinting at its characteristics. The device with the code number L65M5-OD has passed Dolby Vision certification and will be equipped with a 65-inch OLED panel.

    The date of the announcement and the price of the upcoming new product are not reported by the manufacturer.

    Lenovo has revealed new details about the Legion smartphone in the official teaser

    Shortly before the expected premiere of the Legion gaming gadget, Lenovo published a promotional poster featuring the device turned on. According to the teaser, the device will receive a display with thin frames and a built-in 5G modem. It is assumed that Lenovo Legion is able to work simultaneously in cellular networks and Wi-Fi, improving the stability and speed of Internet connection.

    Lenovo Legion

    The company also released a video in which it hints at the impressive battery life of the model thanks to a 5050 mAh battery. In addition, an additional USB Type-C port in the smartphone is installed on the left side, simplifying the charging process during the game.

    Lenovo Legion (L79031) will receive a screen with a refresh rate of at least 90 Hz, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, ultra-fast charging with a power of 90 W, and an active cooling system. The software shell of the smartphone will be optimized for mobile gaming.

    The announcement date and the cost of the upcoming news are not disclosed.

    HONOR X10 will receive a retractable selfie camera

    HONOR 9X in 2019 was sold with a total circulation of ten million devices. The Chinese vendor intends to repeat the success of the model and has already planned the announcement of the HONOR X10 in May of this year. The smartphone has passed certification in TENAA and 3C, and now photos of the protective cover have appeared on the network confirming the design features of the gadget.

    HONOR X10 will receive a retractable selfie camera

    On the upper edge of the accessory, you can see cutouts for a microphone, headphones with a 3.5 mm lack, and a rectangular element whose purpose is still unknown. However, insiders talk about a retractable mechanism for the selfie camera, which is in an inactive state hidden directly in the case.

    HONOR X10 will receive a retractable selfie camera

    The HONOR X10 with a case size of 163.7 x 76.55 x 8.8 mm will receive a 6.63-inch IPS screen with Full HD+resolution. A speaker, another microphone, and a USB Type-C port are installed on the bottom of the case. The fingerprint scanner will be placed on the side of the device.

    HONOR X10 will receive a retractable selfie camera

    In addition, the HONOR X10 will receive a 4300 mAh battery, 22.5 W fast charging, and a Kirin 820 5g processor. The price of the device has not yet been announced by the manufacturer.


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