Category: Smartphones

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$129 Elephone A4, $149 Elephone A4 Pro, MT6739V, 3GB+16GB

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2018

Tri-bezel-less smartphone with Notch by Elephone A4 available for $129 at Gearbest runs Android 8.1 on MT6739 Quad-Core processoran 5.85 inch screen with 1440*720 pixels resolution, supports five points multi-touch 18:9 HD full screen. 3GB RAM and 16GB ROM storage supports up to 128GB TF card. 5MP front camera 8 MP rear camera. Unlocking by side finger print sensor and face unlock with 128 invisible dots recognized. (text by flatslap5657 of Fiverr)

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$339 Elephone U Pro 5.99” curved AMOLED, Snapdragon 660

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2018

5.99'' display that sports a 2160*1080 full screen resolution and a screen-to-body ratio of 87.0%. Available for $339 at Gearbest Face Unlock with *FOTA later in 0.08 sec.Snapdragon® 660 CPU. 6GB RAM+128GB ROM large storage. With O.S Android 8.0 .13MP+13MP double rear camera and 8MP front camera. 3550 mAh battery which supports to wireless charging and quick charging charged in 1.5 hours fully. (text by flatslap5657 of Fiverr)

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$110 Doogee VE with a Notch, in-display fingerprint unlock

Posted by Charbax – October 12, 2018

DOOGEE is going to apply another innovative design, in-display fingerprint unlocking, to the new generation of DOOGEE V. With a sensor inserted inside the screen, there is nothing getting in the way on the surface now. Just immerse yourself in the full-display with wide viewing angle experience.
https://www.pdevice.com/product/doogee-v-price-specs
https://www.doogeemall.com/en

DOOGEE VE Smartphone Display very awesome with round CornerHaving followings properties.
Display: 6.18* 19:9 HD+
CPU: MT6750
Core: 4*Cortex –A53 1.5GHz+4*Cortex-A53 1.0GHZ
Rear Camera: 8.0MP
Memory: 4GB RAM +64GB ROM
Battery: 5000mAh 5v-1A
Finger print: Rear Fingerprint
OS: Android 8.1
Price: $110 U.S for distributers.
DOOGEE VE Smartphone.
Display: 6.21* 19:9 AMOLED FHD+
CPU: MT6771(P60)
Core: Octa Core 1.8GHz + 2.0GHz
Rear Camera: 16.0 MP + 8.0MP
Front Camera: 16.0 MP
Memory: 6GB/8GB RAM +64/128GB ROM
Battery: 4000mAh 9v-2A
Finger print: In screen Finger Print Sensor
OS: Android 8.1
Price: $200+ U.S for distributers.
(text by freelancer)

New iPhone sucks! Buy Gemini PDA or Vernee Mix 2 instead

Posted by Charbax – September 14, 2018

To be honest, I watched 1 video about the new iPhone, as I can see it's pretty much still a hugely overpriced shitty notch phone. Good job from the Trillion dollar fruit gadgets company. (I mean of course their new 7nm ARM processor surely is interesting..) The Gemini PDA is my daily driver phone, I use my Gemini PDA every day as my main phone for over 6 months now (since I filmed this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTU28QgYHdQ&t=203s ), Gemini PDA is amazing for me to be productive, to be able to type texts with my phone nearly as fast as I would on a laptop, and here I also show a properly great value $150 Vernee Mix 2 phone available at around $150 here https://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_906061.html?wid=1527929 (thank you Gearbest for sending me this one!) There are some newer Bezel-less phones that have been released since, some perhaps slightly lighter, with better GPS positioning accuracy, better camera and brighter display. Check back later for more videos on these.

Bero shows Android phones on new kernel

Posted by Charbax – September 8, 2018

Bernhard Rosenkränzer of the Linaro Mobile Group shows some Android phones with updated Linux kernels on production devices, and those are working perfectly.

Analogix 10Gbit/s ANX7440 Re-timer USB Type-C DisplayPort for PC Mode phones, laptops, monitors

Posted by Charbax – June 27, 2018

Analogix shows their latest ANX7440 solution for 8.1Gbit/s DisplayPort 1.4 for video output and 10Gbit/s USB3 Gen2 data transfer. Now ready for mass production, its ANX74xx family of USB-C re-timer solutions are for laptops, 2-in-1 convertible laptops, desktop PCs, monitors, and USB-C accessories, the Analogix ANX7440 is the first protocol aware re-timing mux bridging DisplayPort and USB 3.1 interfaces for ARM Powered Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 laptops like the HP Envy x2, Intel, AMD, and Nvidia CPUs/GPUs to the USB-C connector, is the first USB-C re-timer to pass interoperability at USB-IF and VESA plug-test. They are pure USB-C re-timers using Separate Reference Clock Independent of SSC (SRIS) and Bit-Level Re-timer (BLR) architectures, guaranteeing a loss compensation to recover up to 23dB channel loss for USB 3.1 Gen2 10 Gbps; They are fully compliant to the latest USB 3.2 Appendix E requirements supporting 4-re-timer connectivity, with seamless daisy-chaining of four re-timers, meeting the USB 3.2 CTS requirements; They are complete DisplayPort re-timers with Link Training Tunable PHY Repeater (LTTPR) mode and transparent mode with AUX snooper, guaranteeing a loss compensation to recover up to 20dB channel loss for DisplayPort HBR3 8.1 Gbps.

The ANX74xx product family includes:

ANX7440 – integrated 10 Gbps re-timer and USB-C switch for DisplayPort over USB-C ports;
ANX7430 – integrated 10 Gbps re-timer and USB-C switch for USB 3.1 Gen2 USB-C ports;
ANX7490 – integrated 10 Gbps re-timer for USB 3.1 Gen2 USB Type-A, Type-B, and USB Type-C ports;
ANX7496 – integrated 8.1 Gbps DisplayPort re-timer for mini-DP, standard DisplayPort, and USB-C ports.

Visionox OLED Keynote at SID Display Week 2018

Posted by Charbax – June 25, 2018

Display Week is the world's largest exhibition for electronic information display technology. Watch Deqiang Zhang, CEO of Visionox, give his keynote address: “OLED Leading to the New Experience of Display”.

Thirty-one years ago, Dr. Ching W. Tang and Steven Van Slyke from Kodak made a historic technology breakthrough, building the first practical organic light-emitting diode (OLED) device. Today, advancements in OLED have made it possible to construct flexible displays, ushering in an era of “Ubiquitous Screens.” As the rapidly developing Internet, IOT, 5G, cloud computing, etc., have already made the “Internet of Everything” become a reality, displays (especially flexible OLED displays) will play a significant role in this technological revolution.

Deqiang Zhang, Ph.D. is a graduate of Tsinghua University and held various management roles at Visionox before becoming the company’s CEO. His field of research is organic optoelectronics. Dr. Zhang has devoted himself to the research and development of OLED process technology, the construction of OLED mass production lines, and product planning in China for 22 years, promoting the industrialization of OLED. He has published over 20 OLED research papers and holds over 30 OLED patents. He received first place in China's coveted “National Award for Technological Invention” in 2011.

Display Week is held annually and organized by the Society for Information Display.

Tianma shows Flexible OLED, Quantum Dot LCD, Full Active, Notch, No-Notch and more

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

Tianma shows a range of their latest displays at SID Display Week 2018. Displays include flexible OLED for phones, that can go as thin as 3mm bend radius that can do up to 10 thousand bends, active no-notch bezel-less LTPS LCD some with Notch and some without, integrated force pressure sensor, hole for camera in OLED display, cut-out for the front fingerprint sensor, Android at actual 2160x1080 (small icons), 4.2" AMOLED that can operate at up to 85 degree centigrade, automotive displays such as side view mirror displays, single laminated direct bonded wide display, 240 local area LED dimming for better contrast, free form displays with a hole in the center for the speedometer, round OLED with haptics, Active Louver Technology for electronic privacy filter, tactile feedback by electrostatic sensations and haptic across the display. 21.3" quantum dot LCD with 120% NTSC color 2000:1 contrast 1100nits, outdoor viewable displays transmissive with a backlight recycling film 1600nits 800:1 constrast, able to do 25% reflection ratio including a display with a front light, virbration resistant, water resistant with touchscreens working under water, extended field capacitive, 27" 4K, 30" 4K for radiology, a floating auto stereoscopic display.

JDI shows 17.3″ 8K Light Field holographic LCD, 13.3″ 4K industrial, curved LCD, 1001ppi VR and more

Posted by Charbax – June 6, 2018

Japan Display Inc (JDI) is an LCD technology joint venture by Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi since 2012. In this video they are showing their in-cell pixelize technology in a 16,7" automotive display with no eternal touch panel, local dimming back light, high contrast, curved conformed styles, 4x 12.3" bonded curved displays from pillar to pillar in the car, JDI has the top share of the automotive display market. JDI shows their industrial line of display products with long life support of 7, 10, 12 years of support, mostly built very rugged in their design, some outdoor viewable, zero bright dot deffect, touch screens, 6.4" XGA 1024x768 suitable for avionics, 7" 1280x720 700nits suitable for example for broadcast applications, 13.3" 4K with a small bezel in an industrial package. JDI also shows some of their future tech demos such as a 80% transparent display without a color filter or polarizer using sequential RGD LED lighting, 17.3" light field holographic 8K display allowing for an amazing holographic like effect for specially created holographic stills and even video where it appears that you are moving around the person in the video with wider viewing angles than other Light Field displays shown previously. JDI shows their 17,3" 8K display used for 8K broadcasting, they also have a new version of this 17.3" 8K display with BT2020 enhanced color support using red, green and blue lasers for backlighting. JDI does 11.45" E Ink shelf labels with some bright saturated red or yellow available. Ultra narrow bezel IPS-Nano LTPS LCD displays with wide viewing angles where the color uniformity is the same at any viewing angle for the medical market. JDI is the largest color LTPS LCD smartphone display provider. LTPS allows for the high pixel density. Full Active bezel-less LCD display like the 5.99" 18:9 with narrow borders on all 4 sides used in the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. Full active LCD with straight corners as used in the HTC U11+. JDI shows 15Hz to 60Hz variable refresh rate showing that even running UI animations at 15Hz there wouldn't be any image degradation which could save significant amount of power. JDI also works on Flexible OLED.

ARM Cortex-A76, Mali-G76, Mali-V76

Posted by Charbax – June 4, 2018

ARM Cortex-A76 is a new microarchitecture based on DynamIQ technology, delivers 35% faster 7nm laptop-class performance (Intel Core-i3, Core-i5 comparable performance) with 40% improved efficiency maintaining the power efficiency of a smartphone. ARM Cortex-A76 also delivers 4x compute performance improvements for AI/ML at the edge. The new ARM Mali-G76 enables higher performance gaming, cross-platform experiences 30% more efficiency and performance density, as the gaming market is expected to reach $137.9 billion in 2018 and possibly as high as $180 billion by 2021 where 60% of that might be on mobile. ARM Mali-V76 support 8K60 video decode, it can also support simultaneous 4K encode and decode for 4K video-conferencing.