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  • Huawei P30 Pro, Samsung Galaxy A20, Razer Phone 3

    Huawei's head revealed the camera's feature of the flagship Huawei P30 Pro; Samsung Galaxy A20's design lit up in the photo; Razer froze the development of a new gaming smartphone; Intel introduced an entry-level processor with a record clock speed.

    The head of Huawei has revealed the feature of the camera flagship Pro P30

    Huawei CEO Richard Yu has published in the social network Weibo a picture of the lunar disk, made on the upcoming announcement of the company's flagship smartphone. At the bottom of the photo, you can see a partially smeared watermark indicating the name of the gadget model and the presence of four lenses at its camera.


    The visible part of the inscription reads "Huawei Pro" and "Leica QU Camera". Judging by the size of the font, we are talking about Huawei Р30 Pro and not Pro Mate 30. It is also easy to guess that the letters QU are followed by A and D, forming the word QUAD, denoting the main camera with four sensors.

    According to available information, the smartphone will receive the main sensor Sony IMX607 38 MP, TV and wide - angle lenses. The fourth module is expected to be represented by a ToF sensor. For the performance of new items will be responsible eight-core processor Kirin 980.

    The announcement of Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will take place on March 26, 2019, in Paris.

    Design Samsung Galaxy A20 lit up in the photo

    In anticipation of the release of the smartphone, Samsung Galaxy A20 91mobiles resource published a few photos of its back panel, revealing the design features of the device.


    On the back cover of the device will accommodate a double camera, under which will be the speaker grille. The smartphone will be equipped with a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a micro-USB charging port. The power button and volume rocker will be located on the right side of the case, the slots for 3.5 mm audio jack and micro-USB port are clearly visible on the bottom.

    Detailed specifications and the date of presentation of the budget novelty are unknown.

    Razer has frozen the development of a new gaming smartphone

    Portal PhoneArena with reference to the representatives of Razer announced that the company ceased development of the game Razer mobile Phone 3. As the reason for this decision is called tough competition from other major vendors, producing flagship devices.

    According to the source, to date, the manufacturer has significantly reduced the staff of its mobile unit to optimize costs.



    "We will centralize our resources to focus on key projects and increase our profitability. As part of the reorganization, we closed several projects, and unfortunately, we had to part with about 30 employees (about 2% of our staff). The remaining employees will be moved to various divisions of Razer to work on other key projects and initiatives," the company said in an interview with the portal.

    The Razer Phone 2, according to the manufacturer, will remain on sale and will soon receive an update to Android 9 Pie.

    Intel introduced an entry-level processor with a record clock speed

    On the websites of major European online electronics stores, there are pages of unannounced processors Intel Celeron and Pentium Gold, which indicates the imminent announcement of new products. The Pentium G5620 - the first CPU of the line with a clock frequency of 4 GHz (the previous record of "Pentium" was 3.8 GHz) - was among the seven announced models.

    All new processors differ from their predecessors by the increased frequency. What microarchitecture was used by Intel for the creation of the updated budget lines, it isn't reported. Presumably, we are talking about Coffee Lake Refresh.

    According to unconfirmed reports, the delivery of updated CPU lines will begin in early March.

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