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  • Samsung Galaxy Note10, Google Pixel 3 Lite, Xiaomi Penta camera, new Samsung tablet


    Samsung Galaxy Note10 will get four main cameras; Google is preparing for the announcement of Pixel 3 Lite; Xiaomi will expand the photo opportunities of flagships with optics from Light; unannounced Samsung tablet has been certified by the FCC.

    Samsung Galaxy Note10 will get four main cameras

    Internet resource SamMobile, specializing in gadgets Korean vendor, with reference to its own sources reported some details about the future flagship. According to available information, Galaxy Note10 with article SM-N975F will receive the main camera consisting of four sensors.

    Samsung Galaxy Note10

    According to available information, the novelty will be equipped with an Infinity-O display, which allows you to increase the ratio of the screen area of the front panel. Insiders also note that the number 5 in the device code may indicate the 5g-version of the smartphone.

    Detailed specifications and date of announcement of Samsung Galaxy Note10 are unknown.

    Google is preparing to announce Pixel 3 Lite

    The database of the American regulator FCC has a record of certification of eight unannounced Google smartphones with code numbers G020A, G020B, G020C, G020D, G020E, G020F, G020G, and G020H. Most likely, we are talking about different modifications of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 Lite.

    Pixel 3 Lite

    The source does not disclose the detailed technical characteristics of the gadgets — the document contains only information about the frequency ranges of wireless interfaces. The accompanying documentation notes that the devices are running the ninth version of the Android OS. For all eight devices, the ban on the publication of their images is set until August 24, 2019.

    Google Pixel 3 Lite

    According to early leaks, the Pixel 3 Lite will be released in a plastic case and will receive a 3.5 mm audio Jack and USB Type-C port. the Smartphone is credited with a 5.5-inch IPS display with Full HD + resolution, a Snapdragon 670 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of ROM, a main 12.2-megapixel camera and a front-end with 8 MP sensor resolution.
     
    Xiaomi to expand fotosmoralo flagship optics from the Light

    Light company, specializing in the creation of compact cameras, announced a partnership with Xiaomi. This may mean the emergence of advanced models in the next generation of smartphones popular vendor by analogy with the recently announced flagship Nokia.

    Xiaomi

    The asset of Light is not only the creation of mobile camera modules but also software that provides coordinated operation of all sensors. And although the partners have not yet made an official announcement of the next smartphone, analysts predict the release of the Xiaomi device with a multicamera no later than 2020.

    Unannounced Samsung tablet has been certified by the FCC

    On the website of the Federal Communications Commission of the United States appeared a schematic representation of the rear panel of the unannounced tablet Samsung under the code number SMP205. Judging by the drawing, the gadget will receive a single rear camera, the design of the front panel remains unknown.

    Samsung tablet

    On the upper end of the case there is a 3.5 mm audio Jack, on the bottom there is a charging socket (probably USB Type-C), a speaker grille and a stylus compartment.

    Specifications and release date of the mysterious new items are unknown.


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