vivo X70, X70 Pro and X70 Pro+ detailed specs leak ahead of September 9 launch

vivo’s upcoming X70 family has had no shortage of leaks, live photos, official teasers and certifications lately, leaving very little to the imagination for the September 9 unveiling event. Any remaining confusing regarding specs across the trio of X70 models should now be officially cleared-up thanks to an extensive specs sheet leak.

vivo X70 family specs

Again, most of these specs were already known, but, we’ll still recap everything that we know, starting with the flagship X70 Pro+. It is rocking a 6.78 QHD+ (3200 x 1440-pixel), 10-bit, 120Hz, HDR10+, AMOLED display, of the…

Ulefone Power Armor 13 in for review

Smartphones are getting ever more powerful these days, but they aren’t what you’d call tough. Well, the latest one to join our review queue is rather different. We’ve at times described this or that phone as built like a tank, but rarely has it been more appropriate than with the latest Ulefone flagship.

Dubbed Power Armor 13 – it’s powered by a Helio G95, which is a decent enough chipset, but far from its most distinctive feature. Instead look to the 13,200mAh battery, weight of nearly 500 grams, and the IR distance measure and support endoscope camera. And that body is perfectly…

Apple employees demand change in internal company practices in open letter

Apple, as an employer and contractor is sadly no stranger to various labor, legal and ethical issues. This has generally been the case over the years, with various issues hitting the spotlight more or less in waves. Granted, when you operate on the scale of the Cupertino giant, some trouble, somewhere in the massive corporate machine is inevitable. However, what the people part of the #AppleToo movement have started bringing forward goes way beyond isolated cases or even the individual cases of work-related issues themselves and accuses Apple’s internal corporate practices of creating a very…

Samsung Galaxy M22 launch imminent as support pages go live on Singaporean and Malaysian websites

Support pages for the Samsung Galaxy M22 we’ve been hearing about for a few months now have gone live on Samsung’s official Singaporean and Malaysian websites, suggesting an imminent launch.

The pages don’t include any details on the Galaxy M22 other than its model designation, SM-M225FV/DS, where “DS” denotes dual-SIM support. And while we await official word from Samsung about the Galaxy M22, rumors suggest the M22 will be based on the Galaxy A22 4G, meaning you’ll get a 6.4″ HD+ 90Hz Super AMOLED display, 13MP selfie camera, and a quad camera setup on the rear, consisting of 48MP…

Vivo V1 ISP chip photographed next to Snapdragon 888

Vivo’s upcoming X70 line is one of the more curious upcoming releases in recent memory. We are currently expecting a trio of devices in the family – a vanilla X70, a X70 Pro and a X70 Pro+ – all of which we are already quite familiar with, thanks to an avalanche of multiple certifications, leaks, live photos and official teasers and press materials. Yet, there is still plenty of mystery to unravel, mostly related to vivo’s new in-house ISP camera chip solution – the V1 – recently announced and said to debut in the X70 line.

Today brings yet more info about the V1 chip in the form of some…

Xiaomi is testing MIUI Pure Mode – extra protection from installing malicious apps

Xiaomi has always treated MIUI with plenty of respect, care and attention, as technically its first and still one of its most successful products. Things are going great with the latest MIUI 12.5, as well as the later-unveiled 12.5 Enhanced Edition, which are already making their way on to international units. MIUI 13 is also right around the corner, slated for a late June release and Xiaomi also recently invested in something called a Pioneer Team, specifically tasked with gathering and addressing MIUI user feedback. One of the best ways to keep an eye on potential upcoming MIUI features are…

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