Checked the insiders report that in the next month, Huawei will introduce new smartphone which is codenamed Princeton. However, this is not a smartphone, and not even flexible. Apparently, the company decided to go the hard way and really present something interesting, not just a flexible device that can be folded like a book.
Its peculiarity is the possibility of creating 3D photos. It is known that in Princeton will use Sony image sensors, and the camera itself will be able to accurately calculate the distance to the object or person in the frame. As Sony cameras do not doubt. This is almost the only thing the company is doing efficiently and professionally.
It is obvious that the new camera can be used for various augmented reality applications such as 3D application Moderator for the flagship smartphone, Huawei Mate Mate 20 Pro and 20 RS Porsche Edition. One can only expect the emergence of new leaks, or announcement of the device from the manufacturers.
It is noteworthy that the smartphone launch is expected early next year.
Recall that the Korean company Samsung has again disgraced before the public. This time, she was caught in a blatant lie to users. It is reported that Samsung has launched an advertising campaign for the new smartphone. In the is flashed quality picture allegedly taken with the new smartphone. Actually, the photo was taken with a professional camera, and even found the photographer.
Earlier Znayu reported that soon the market the smartphone can break a new smartphone from Xiaomi, it is Noted that it will be a Mix Xiaomi Mi 3s, which will receive the technology slider. Among other things, the device will receive as much as 12 GB of RAM, and a triple main camera, and dual front.
Znayu wrote that the Korean company Samsung is preparing to release as much as 2 new smartphones. However, these models are only middle class, so nothing interesting of itself is almost not present.
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.