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  1. #481 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Wow, la 399$ un LeEco Le Pro 3 pare incredibil de OK. 5.5", Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 16Mpx + 8Mpx camera, fingerprint scanner, USB Type-C... si in plus baterie de 4070mAh! Nu mai vorbim de brushed metal design... Mi se pare mult mai OK decat OnePlus 3, dar nah... e mai nou! Pacat ca nu e AMOLED...

    LeEco’s $399 LePro 3 smartphone is nicer than I expected - The Verge
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    Senior Member Mayhem's Avatar
    Singurul lucru care pe mine ma deranjeaza este faptul ca are taste capacitive pe rama si nu sunt software pe ecran, stiu ocupa din ecran dar dispar cand faci lucruri precum gaming, vizionare de continut video si altele. Pur si simplu mie imi stau pe creier dar lasand treaba asta la o parte pare un telefon promitator. Ca design seamana cu 1+ 3

  3. #483 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Eu sunt mai old-school... inca imi plac astea care mai au vreo urma de butoane. Cat despre butoane ingame, daca nu ma insel puteai sa customizezi la Android sa-ti apara oricand cele de pe ecran (in caz ca ti se busesc butoanele fizice).

  4. #484 SP
    Admin MonkY's Avatar
    Uite mie asta mi se pare a fi cel mai frumos smartphone de pana acum: Xiaomi Mi Mix. Ceramica, full screen (edge to edge) 6.4"... E o nebunie!
    Did Xiaomi just preempt the iPhone 8? - The Verge.

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  5. #485 SP
    Senior Member BizZare's Avatar
    Xiaomi Mi Mix arata simplu si elegant insa articolul ala n-are nici o treaba cu telefonul asta.

  6. #486 SP
    Member iUser's Avatar
    Si eu m-am indragostit de Mi Mix, dar nu as da aprox. 3000 lei pe un telefon din China, plus ca nu are garantie.

  7. #487 SP
    Junior Member Sebastian_nds's Avatar
    A mai incercat careva sa ruleze un server de pe Android?
    Am plecat de la ideea ca Android e bazat in mare parte pe Linux principalul sistem de operare folosit de marile servere si cele mai puternice computere. Si? A mers si e extrem de simplu, doar ca trebuie sa vad daca pot obtine un ip static si un dns ;D

  8. #488 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Google
    Today, we’re announcing that Google has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Fitbit, a leading wearables brand.

    We believe technology is at its best when it can fade into the background, assisting you throughout your day whenever you need it. Wearable devices, like smartwatches and fitness trackers, do just that—you can easily see where your next meeting is with just a glance of an eye or monitor your daily activity right from your wrist.

    Over the years, Google has made progress with partners in this space with Wear OS and Google Fit, but we see an opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS as well as introduce Made by Google wearable devices into the market. Fitbit has been a true pioneer in the industry and has created engaging products, experiences and a vibrant community of users. By working closely with Fitbit’s team of experts, and bringing together the best AI, software and hardware, we can help spur innovation in wearables and build products to benefit even more people around the world.

    Google aspires to create tools that help people enhance their knowledge, success, health and happiness. This goal is closely aligned with Fitbit’s long-time focus on wellness and helping people live healthier, more active lives. But to get this right, privacy and security are paramount. When you use our products, you’re trusting Google with your information. We understand this is a big responsibility and we work hard to protect your information, put you in control and give you transparency about your data. Similar to our other products, with wearables, we will be transparent about the data we collect and why. We will never sell personal information to anyone. Fitbit health and wellness data will not be used for Google ads. And we will give Fitbit users the choice to review, move, or delete their data.

    Three and a half years ago, I joined Google to create compelling consumer devices and services for people around the world. Our hardware business is still relatively young, but we’ve built a strong foundation of capabilities and products, including Pixel smartphones and Pixelbooks, Nest family of devices for the home, and more. Google also remains committed to Wear OS and our ecosystem partners, and we plan to work closely with Fitbit to combine the best of our respective smartwatch and fitness tracker platforms. Looking ahead, we’re inspired by the opportunity to team with Fitbit to help more people with wearables.
    Google to acquire Fitbit

    Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion | Ars Technica

  9. #489 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by South China Morning Post
    [...] On top of that, the phone also supports 90W fast charging that fills up the battery in just 30 minutes. But there’s a catch: There are two charging ports, each supporting only 45W. So both ports need to be plugged in to achieve the maximum charging speed. [...]
    Lenovo launches first Legion gaming phone with 5G, a 144Hz display and pop-up camera on the side | South China Morning Post

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    Senior Member calin_kalf's Avatar
    Cine are nevoie de asa ceva? Cine se joaca asa serios pe telefon?

  11. #491 SP
    Senior Member Khufu's Avatar
    Ai fi surprins. Sunt o gramada care fac si stream cu gameplay de pe telefon/tableta.

  12. #492 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Este doar un produs de nisa, ultra scump, care nu este pentru oricine.

  13. #493 SP
    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Android 11 review - The Verge

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    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Android Police
    Qualcomm plans its first foray into the consumer electronics market in years — with a device that bears a strong resemblance to Nintendo's wildly popular Switch game console. According to a source familiar with the company's strategy, the Android-powered game console will attempt to showcase the company's Snapdragon chipsets in a less traditional form factor.

    The device, which we were able to view non-final images of but cannot share, is immediately familiar to anyone who owns a Switch. Detachable "joycon" style controllers are on the left and right sides of the core console, which resembles a thicker, bulkier smartphone. There's a good reason for that: the company believes that the added thermal headroom a thicker design affords will make its processor run faster and significantly more efficiently than a modern ultra-thin smartphone. Qualcomm is also using that space to pack in a large 6000mAh battery that will be equipped with its Quick Charge technology. According to our source, Qualcomm is using a premium supplier in the controller space to design and manufacture the gamepads, though we were unable to verify the name of that supplier. The exact dimensions of the console and its display also weren't made available to us (though friend of AP and XDA EIC Mishaal Rahman has reason to think the screen is 6.65" across).

    Like the Switch, Qualcomm's portable will support display-out capabilities to play on an external TV or monitor, though if it was unclear if that meant a dedicated port like mini HDMI or if the USB-C charging port would serve double duty. An SD card slot will also be featured for expandable storage. The console will run Android 12 with a customized launcher and feature full support for Google's suite of Play apps and services. In a promising sign for fans of Fortnite giant Epic, Qualcomm currently hopes to support the Epic Games Store app on its portable at launch — meaning the long-awaited Android app may finally be nearing release. Qualcomm also has plans to build its own content portal. It was unclear if Qualcomm was interested in partnering with cloud streaming providers like Google's Stadia or NVIDIA's GeForce Now, though the company's pride in the graphics capabilities of its own silicon would obviously make local play more of a showcase feature.

    Qualcomm's current target is to launch the device in Q1 of 2022 — meaning it will likely feature the next generation of Snapdragon silicon. We don't know if the company will use a bespoke, customized chip design, or if Qualcomm plans to use it to demonstrate the flexibility of its off-the-shelf solution. The typical suite of sensors like Bluetooth, GPS, accelerometers, and dual-zone haptics are included. Of course, it wouldn't be Qualcomm without 5G: the portable will feature connectivity for fifth-generation wireless networks (curiously, with Qualcomm's older X55 modem), but it's unclear if models with Wi-Fi only might be offered. The company's targeted price point is $300, but we're not currently sure if that price includes the detachable gamepads or the aforementioned 5G. We do not believe any version of the console will function as a standalone mobile handset (i.e., have telephony features).
    Exclusive: Qualcomm is planning an Android-powered Nintendo Switch knockoff

  15. #495 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by The Verge
    In a ruling on Monday, the Supreme Court found that Google could legally use elements of Oracle’s Java application programming interface (API) code when building Android.

    “Google’s copying of the API to reimplement a user interface, taking only what was needed to allow users to put their accrued talents to work in a new and transformative program, constituted a fair use of that material,” the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-2 opinion, with one justice (Amy Coney Barrett) not taking part in the ruling. It overturned an earlier federal decision, which found that Google’s use of the API had constituted infringement.
    Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case - The Verge

  16. #496 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Lenovo
    Introducing world’s first phone with integrated Twin Turbo-Fan Cooling and intuitive Octa-Trigger Controls

    - Powerful second-gen Lenovo™ 5G2 gaming smartphone built on Advanced Technology Architecture 2.0 for horizontal usage supported by one complete thermal system
    - Virtual Octa-Trigger keys allow gamers to bind more weapons and tools to give them the edge in battle
    - Enhanced 44MP front pop-up camera and AI features give streamers greater convenience and produces higher quality selfies over previous gen
    - Updates to Lenovo Legion™ Realm mobile app energizes gaming ecosystem with new store, gaming news content and networking features

    Pricing and Availability
    - The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 is expected to be available starting April 2021 in China (called Lenovo Legion Phone 2 Pro in China) and in select markets in Asia Pacific and Europe in May 2021. Availability for North America is to be determined.
    - In Europe, the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 with 16GB/512GB memory option and charging dock included will start at €999.00 (including VAT). - The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 with 12GB/256GB memory option without the additional charging accessory will start at €799.00 (including VAT).
    - Pricing and availability will vary per geographical market.
    Lenovo Unleashes Next Mobile Gaming Powerhouse with the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 | Lenovo StoryHub
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  17. #497 SP
    Senior Member Espiritus's Avatar
    Mai e cineva interesat de Poco F3? E primul telefon care m-a convins sa platesc mai mult de 1000 de lei. M-a cucerit cu experienta completa de flagship la pret de midrange, in special ecranul OLED de 120Hz.

  18. #498 SP
    Manager paul's Avatar
    Android 12 preview: here's Google's radical new design:

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