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Oppo confirmed today that it will be unveiling its latest smartphone release tomorrow, February 25. There had been earlier rumors about the release of this new device, named the Oppo Reno5 K, but we have only just got official confirmation about this new device from Oppo themselves. There is not a lot of official information available on this new device’s specifications, but information from the official China Telecom website gives us a few glimpses into what to expect on the Oppo Reno5 K. The Oppo Reno5 K is said to share striking similarities with the Oppo Reno5 5G, most notably in the processor department. Customers should expect their Oppo Reno5 K device to be powered by the Snapdragon 750G chipset, just like the Oppo Reno 5 5G before it. A quad-camera setup is expected to be on the cards with this new device alongside a 6.43-inch display with a 2400 by 1080-pixel (Full HD+) resolution. The main shooter on the back of the device packs a 64MP sensor, while the three auxiliary lenses are expected to be 8MP + 2MP + 2MP respectively. The device’s front camera is an impressive 32MP in resolution. In the department of connectivity, the Oppo Reno5 K might be coming with support for 5G connectivity, WiFi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth, and a GPS. We also expect that Oppo’s preferred wired connectivity on this device will be the USB Type-C port. We also anticipate that there would be a 3.5mm jack for earphones input. The device’s battery capacity is predicted to be ...
Following leaks of images that were supposed to be the AirPods 3, more information about Apple’s third-generation AirPods has been unofficially released to the public. The latest available information on what the new AirPods have to offer says that the device is not going to include active noise cancellation. The AirPods Pro before it had active noise cancellation, but it seems like at the expense of active noise cancellation, Apple has decided to go more in favor of Spatial Audio for the AirPods 3, a feature that can also be found in the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. On February 20, 2021, a Chinese audio blog named 52Audio leaked images of what the AirPods 3 is expected to look like. The images shared a striking resemblance with the AirPods Pro. The AirPods 3 will have a shorter stem than the AirPods 2, just like the AirPods Pro does. As opposed to the single-tap and double-tap features we had on the AirPods 1 and AirPods 2, Apple’s third-generation AirPods go a few steps further to feature pressure-sensitive controls at the stems - once again, just like the AirPods Pro. The leaked images suggest that the AirPods 3 will have replaceable in-ear silicone buds at the tips, and a pressure relief chamber. These are supposed to make the new AirPods more comfortable for wearers than its predecessors, the original AirPods and AirPods 2. The expected battery life for this new device is predicted to be about 5 hours on a full charge. In terms of pricing, all ...
Asus has confirmed that it would be releasing the Asus ROG Phone 5 officially on March 10. Last year, the company released the ROG Phone 3, and contrary to expectations this year, they decided to skip the number 4 and go straight to 5.
Microsoft has unveiled a new Xbox Wireless Headset for its Series X and Series S console in a news release by Will Tuttle, the Editor-in-Chief of Xbox Wire.
Upcoming OnePlus Watch Design Patents surface; might have variants with Leather and Sports Band Straps
The OnePlus Watch might be launched in two variants with Leather and Sports Band straps, according to a recent patent filing with the DPMA.
The latest set of leaked news about Apple’s upcoming installment of the iPhone, the iPhone 13, is that it will come with an Always-On display.
Huawei might be getting into the game console manufacturing business, according to rumors. The Chinese company may be looking to rival Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox in the coming months. But before the possible release of its console into the market, Huawei is working on making its way into the gaming industry with a gaming laptop of its own.
Microsoft has slashed the price of the Microsoft Surface Duo from $1400 to $1000 in the US for the 128GB option, ahead of the device's official launch in Canada and Europe.
Nothing, the tech company founded by OnePlus’ Carl Pei will be launching its own smart wireless earbuds in the summer, and other products later in the year.
The launch date for the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro has been announced as February 25 by the company’s GM, Lu Weibing via a teaser image uploaded on Weibo.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 may be launching months earlier than anticipated, according to a rumor circulated by a Twitter user.
If you're a regular user of gadgets tailored to business calls and meetings, like speakerphones and webcams, you've probably come across the eMeet brand already. The company has a solid lineup of smart, AI-assisted speakerphones and HD webcams in the different price brackets, and is starting off its 2021 with a new addition to the top-end of its speakerphone lineup. Meet the eMeet M2 Max. As the name suggests, the eMeet M2 Max is a higher version of the OfficeCore M2 speakerphone from the same company, and the number of upgrades from the M2 - which has already previously been considered one of the best speakerphones in the market - included in the M2 Max are very impressive. If the specs and features that eMeet says are present on the OfficeCore M2 Max turn out to be completely valid when the device is eventually launched and live reviews (watch out for our live review of the eMeet M2 Max on this website, by the way) are out, then this new device is poised to compete favorably with similar products from other established companies, like the Jabra Speak 750 and Yamaha YVC-330. eMeet M2 Max Specifications ModelM2MaxConnectionBT, USB, AUX, DongleBattery2600mAhMicrophone4 Ø10 Condensers Mic ArraySpeaker5W*1Noise Suppression√Echo Cancellation√Full Duplex√Daisy chain√AccessoriesUSB cable Aux cable Dongle User Manual Better 4-Microphone Array, Louder Speaker The eMeet M2 Max comes with a 4-microphone array like the OfficeCore M2 and many other top-of-the-line speakerphones, but the mics in the new device has been beefed up to enhance their recording capabilities and sound reproduction. ...
The eMeet OfficeCore M0 has an interesting spec lineup for a device below $70. Find out in this review if the speakerphone is as effective as it appears on paper.
The eMeet Nova is one of the best value for money webcams that offer 1080p Full HD video recording with Autofocus and 2 microphones.
Gimbals are supposed to make your cinematography work-life easier, and the Hohem iSteadyX does that at such an affordable price point. It has everything you'd desire in a mobile gimbal.
I'm fascinated by the budget tech gadget category, especially for audio tech like headphones and earbuds; the tech gets better every year, while the prices mostly remain the same or get even lower. Just about four years ago, wireless earbuds users were just grateful for being able to stream audio without the constraint of wires, and the sound quality was nothing to write home about. Then sound quality became better, and with it came onboard controls like volume control which were previously thought impossible with the small form factor of wireless earbuds. Fast-forward to circa 2018, waterproof and dust resistance (IPXX) ratings began to appear in true wireless earbuds, firstly available only in premium models and eventually trickling down to budget ones. Today, we have true wireless earbuds under $50 that offer good sound quality, an array of onboard controls, have IP ratings for water and dust resistance, offer 5+ hours of battery life, amongst other features that have become a standard on devices like this. The FIIL T1X is one such true wireless earbuds. The T1X is the company's entry product into the true wireless earbuds market, and it's an impressive one at that. But as an end-user, you do not care whether a gadget is its producer's first or 1000th; you just want a device that works well for what you need it for, one that gets the job done. The FIIL T1X might be that, depending on what you want out of budget earbuds, but here's an overview: they perform excellently for ...
Portable monitors have been in existence for quite a while, but the industry is only just getting to a point of maturity for wide adoption, and this, in conjunction with the remote work lifestyle forced by happenings throughout the year 2020, has shot portable monitor tech into the limelight it otherwise didn't have access to. I recently got hold of the Lepow Z1, a budget portable monitor from a relatively unknown brand that manufactures accessories for smartphones and PCs. I've been using the Lepow Z1 for about a month now, and in that time, I've come to the conclusion that it's one of the best budget portable monitors available right now, at its price point. This device strips out the bells and whistles - it's not a touchscreen, and it supports only up to 60Hz refresh rate. This is most probably how they managed to keep its price as low as it currently is, but when it comes to brass tacks - the primary function a monitor, albeit a portable one, is meant to perform, this monitor delivers well enough. Find out how, in this review. Lepow Z1 Unboxing The Lepow Z1 comes in a rectangular cardboard box as is expected of devices such as this (monitors and screens), but the packaging does not feel cheap at all. The white box with only the Lepow name printed on top of it gives you the kind of vibes you get unboxing Apple products - an indication of a premium gadget underneath. Removing the top cover reveals ...