Chinese manufacturer Huawei has called the date of the presentation of the most anticipated smartphone with a “leaky” screen. New gadget Nova 4 will show the 17 of December and all fans are advised to start collecting money to buy the device.
The first model in dot cutout for the front camera in the left corner of the display. By the way, this will be the first smartphone that will come to market with a hole in the display. However, this is a great alternative to the ugly cutout on the screen, which affects the appearance of the smartphone. Besides, the vendors must consider the unusual options of the smartphone when creating software.
Nova 4 works on single-chip system Kirin 980 and has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. Quite a powerful smartphone, to name his flagship. It can equip with four cameras, dual core and the same front and pdcrane fingerprint scanner. OS the new gadget – Android 9.0 rie with shell EMUI 9.0.
Recall that Apple has forced major social network Tumblr to remove adult material. It is reported that such material violates the policy of the Apple store in connection with which the company removed the app from the App Store. Popular the service had to improve methods of validation of downloadable content in the future not to happen again.
Earlier Znayu reported that scammers have learned a new trick, which seamlessly be charged with a credit card. Scammers have created iPhone apps that require the user to put a finger to the screen to measure heart rate. However, at this time because the fingerprint is a transaction in the amount of $ 100, which is deducted from the account of the smartphone owner.
Znayu wrote that Xiaomi Mi 9 will soon appear on the shelves, and insiders have already called the cost of new items. Among other things, the device will receive 6 GB of RAM and top-end chipset, which will help to match the performance even with the iPhone XS Max.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.