In the new issue of the Inside: Motorola One Vision on Android One was shown in two colors; Lenovo will introduce a new smartphone on May 22; OPPO has registered two budget new items with a large screen; engineering case for HONOR 20 Pro hinted at some of the parameters of the smartphone; Intel Xe GPUs will get a ray tracing.
Motorola One Vision on Android One showed in two colors
May 15 in Brazil will be presented a new smartphone Motorola. According to the latest rumors, it will be a budget One Vision running a special version of the operating system Android One. His chip will be the function of "night vision" for shooting in low light conditions.
The gadget will receive a dual camera with a main sensor of 48 megapixels, which can make 12 megapixel photos by analogy with the already announced Redmi Note 7. These rumors confirm the new One Vision quality renderers in color case — blue and copper brown.
The device will be equipped with a Samsung Exynos 9610 chipset in combination with RAM of 3 or 4 GB. The novelty is also attributed to a 6.2-inch display with a resolution of 2520×1080 pixels and a battery with a capacity of 3500 mAh.
Lenovo will introduce a new smartphone on May 22
A day ago it became known that Lenovo is preparing a simplified version of the flagship Z6 Pro. It will receive a 6.3-inch IPS-screen with a cut-out, an eight-core processor with a frequency of 2.2 GHz, 6 GB of RAM and support for fast charging at 18 watts.
Vice President Chan Chan hinted that we will be able to see the new product on May 22. The cost of the smartphone is not disclosed. For comparison, the Lenovo Z6 Pro with 5G support in the basic 6/128 GB version will cost $ 431, the 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB versions were priced at $ 446 and $ 565, respectively. The cost of the top configuration with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of ROM is $ 744.
OPPO has registered two budget new items with a large screen.
The Chinese company OPPO plans to introduce two smartphones with MediaTek and Qualcomm chips. They make their debut in the middle price segment and have distinctive features.
The OPPO CPH1979 is built on a MediaTek MT6779V processor with two 2.2 GHz cores and six 2.0 GHz cores. The device received a 6.41-inch AMOLED-screen, a 4035 mAh battery, dual-channel Wi-Fi and two rear cameras with 48 and 5 megapixels. A 32-megapixel camera is offered as a selfie camera. Whether it will be installed on the sliding mechanism or whether the screen will receive a small cutout is unknown.
CPH1983 has similar characteristics, but the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 is installed as a processor. The front panel takes a 6.4-inch Full HD + screen. Behind there are two cameras for 16 and 2 megapixels, in front – 25-megapixel frontalka.
The date of the announcement and the cost of smartphones is not reported.
Engineering case for HONOR 20 Pro hinted at some of the parameters of the smartphone
May 21, HONOR will present two smartphones in London: HONOR 20 and 20 Pro. The latter will be positioned as a device for advanced night shooting due to the function of combining an image with four pixels of the matrix. According to the source, the novelty will receive the main Sony IMX586 sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels, a high-aperture lens f / 1.4 and the ability to shoot in 12 megapixel mode. The list also includes auxiliary sensors at 16 (wide-angle with a viewing angle of 117 °, f / 2.2), 8 (telephoto lens with a triple optical zoom, f / 2.2) and 2 (macro lens with a pixel size of 1.75 μm, f / 2.4) megapixel .
In a fresh photo, insiders showed an engineering protective case for the HONOR 20 Pro, with two vertical covers placed in the upper part of the case. At first, it was suggested that they protect the rear cameras, but on the renderers with the final sample, the location of the modules does not correspond to the location of the covers.
The sticker on the case indicates the model number of the RNY-AL01 and support for 4G networks. Probably, the fingerprint scanner will be embedded in the screen. The volume and power buttons are located on the right, the SIM card tray is on the left.
Intel Xe GPUs will get a ray tracing
Discrete Intel Xe graphics cards will support ray tracing technology. This was stated by the chief engineer of Intel and senior director of advanced rendering and rendering Jim Jeffers.
Today, I am pleased to announce that the Intel Xe architecture development plan for optimized data center rendering includes support for hardware-accelerated ray tracing for the Intel Rendering Framework family of APIs and libraries.
Whether it is only about professional solutions, or Intel will introduce ray tracing in consumer chips – it is not yet clear. The Intel Roadmap provides that next year, Xe graphics will appear in stores for a wide range of users.