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Look Out for Exynos Chispets in 2021! Coming to Chinese Smartphones Near you!

 So far, we have all used at some point or the other a Samsung phone and have always seen either performance issues or heating issues or in some cases blasting ones. And Samsung puts a lot of R&D into manufacturing these chipsets but somehow doesn't show up on the quality marks. In 2020, the differences have come out even more glaringly compared to the Qualcomm Snapdragon series.  Many users especially in the Asian countries unfortunately don't have the choice to choose between Exynos and Snapdragon ones and have to settle for the lower performing one for the same price! That may sound ridiculous but that's how Samsung has been playing so far. Not to forget it's a common practice among other smartphone manufacturers too.  Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra users complain of heating, battery life and more But, looks like Samsung has finally listened to its customer's woes and has done something to fix it. It's planning to launch the Exynos 2100. Yes, 2100! Not 1000 as

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Qualcomm Quick Charge Version 5.0 is Here and It has taken Fast Charging to Next Level!

It's been quite some time since Qualcomm has shared an upgrade to it's Quick Charge technology 4.0. More and more vendors are looking for getting the huge batteries pumped up as quickly as possible. With technologies like 5G, 120Hz refresh rate, High GPU Clocking, it's only logical that the power gets siphoned out quickly and that's the reason for high battery capacity. High battery capacity leads to the next issue which is time taken to charge the battery. That's where the Qualcomm Quick Charge Solution comes into action.  As you can see the Quick Charge 4.0 was upto 2.5 times faster than the regular charging speeds while the Quick Charge 5.0 could speed it up to 10 times the regular charging speeds. This opens up gateways to get the 100 W of power blazing through those charging cables.  The Tech Behind It ? It's essentially shifting some of the heat to the chargers wherein the voltage can be delivered to 2 cells instead of 1 at the device. The current voltage

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Release Date Confirmed by Samsung | Leaked Images | Tech Freak

In a short video teaser, Samsung has officially confirmed the launch of its most coveted Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on August 5th : The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is said to come up with sleek design and refreshingly new color of Bronze as teased in the video  . Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is said to pack the flagship processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with quad camera setup as seen on the S20. But, the difference would however be in the sensors used. It's said to pack 64MP primary camera along with unconfirmed 12MP ultra wide and 12MP telephoto sensors. Also, if you notice the camera bump is slightly lesser as compared to S20 which would imply that the 100X zoom would not be likely included as feature. The aperture however looks to have improved manifold and the camera setup also has a 3D Time of Flight Sensor (ToF) These are the leaked images by popular tipster iceuniverse from twitter The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is also said to have 120 Hz refresh rate display wit

HDR 10+ is Serious Threat to Dolby Vision!

All that we hear nowadays is more and more of tech jargon that only add to the pile of existing non user friendly list. New addition to this list is the HDR10+ certification that is mainly a content viewing related certification. These certifications are just proofs that the content you view on your TV, Mobile, Tablet or any device meets certain quality. How many of you remember the last time you visited a theater and have seen the Dolby Vision or Dolby Audio Advert ? Dolby vision is one example of such certification. Basically, they provide means to the " content creators " ,a control of how they want their viewers to see their content. For quite some time, Dolby has been able to capture the attention of many of the theaters or streaming services like Netflix and Amazon and some of the smartphone manufacturers to support their product. The issue is the Royalties ! Yes, Dolby issues licenses to companies to use their standards and also provides assistance to them in set