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  • Huawei Nova 4E, Apple AirPods, Samsung Galaxy A90, OnePlus 7


    Huawei Nova 4E will receive a 32-megapixel front; Apple AirPods will be charged by air in a matter of minutes; Samsung Galaxy A90 will be the company's first smartphone with a rotary camera; OnePlus 7 with a retractable camera showed on a live photo; the next Vivo device will receive a real wireless charging.

    Huawei Nova 4E will receive a 32-megapixel front

    Huawei launched an ad campaign to promote mobile Nova 4E — 3E follower from Nova and Nova 4. The manufacturer confirmed that the device will receive a 32-megapixel front camera with a selfie enhancement mode using artificial intelligence.

    Huawei Nova 4E

    Other technical details are not disclosed. According to TENAA, the MAR-TL00 and MAR-AL00 models will receive a 6.15-inch screen, a triple rear camera, a fingerprint scanner on the back, and a Kirin 710 processor.

    Other technical details are not disclosed. According to TENAA, the MAR-TL00 and MAR-AL00 models will receive a 6.15-inch screen, a triple rear camera, a fingerprint scanner on the back, and a Kirin 710 processor.

    The announcement of the new items may take place later in the same month.

    Apple AirPods will be charged by air in minutes

    One of the active parts of the XDA Developers community, Max Weinbach, said that Apple will start using Qi wireless charging technology in The new AirPods headphone case. In it, the headphones will charge up to 100% in 15 minutes.

    Apple AirPods

    Due to the introduction of new elements in the design of the cover, it will become thicker and heavier.

    Samsung Galaxy A90 will be the first smartphone of the company with a rotary camera

    An insider of Ice Universe said that the Samsung Galaxy A90 will get a brand new camera with a resolution of 48 MP. It will be installed on a retractable rotary mechanism with the ability to use it as a main and as a front for selfies.

    Samsung Galaxy A90

    Samsung Galaxy A90 will debut exclusively for the Chinese market, but in the future may appear in other countries. Characteristics and cost of the device are not disclosed.

    OnePlus 7 with the retractable camera showed on the live photo

    OnePlus 7 will be the next flagship of the Chinese company and may debut in the second quarter of this year. A photo appeared on the Weibo website, which allegedly confirms the main feature of this smartphone: a frameless screen and a retractable front camera. On the working screen, OnePlus 7 shows the system configuration of the face recognition of the owner.

    OnePlus 7

    With a high probability, the image is edited in the graphics program, and in the final OnePlus 7 will get a slightly different appearance. Nevertheless, more and more rumors are talking about this concept of the design of the upcoming new item.

    The next Vivo device will get a real wireless charging

    Vivo and Energous can present a smartphone with support for wireless charging WattUp 2.0 with the ability to recharge the battery at a distance of 4.5 m from the power source. A startup from San Jose claims that the wireless charging power is up to 20W.

    Huawei nova 4e-6.jpg

    The Energous system converts electricity into radio waves, which are then sent to devices with a compatible receiver. Their first solution, With the wattup Mid Field transmitter, works at a distance of up to 91 cm but can charge multiple devices at the same time. However, the technical Director of Energous Michael Liebman claims that this distance is up to 4.5 meters.

     

    When the first smartphone with support for WattUp 2.0 will be released — is unknown. It is also unclear how much the emitter from Energous will cost and whether It will pass the safety control test for residential installation.


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