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  1. It is a laborious task to find the right phone for oneself. A mobile phone that fulfills all the requirements that a person wants. It is a very crucial investment that affects a person’s life deeply. A bad investment could lead to a prolonged period of a miserable and difficult time....
  2. The OnePlus 9 series could debut this march but this time around the company might diversify its portfolio with other products. The company’s CEO Peta Lau has already confirmed that there will be a smartwatch launching sometime next year. However, a new report by Android Central says that the company will be launching a “budget” model as well and it might be called the OnePlus 9 Lite. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Flagship smartphones are getting more expensive by the year which has led to smartphones like the iPhone SE and the OnePlus Nord selling extremely thanks to its lower price tag. Samsung also forayed into the budget flagship segment with the Galaxy S20 FE that had all the flagship features but reduced the cost with a plastic design. It seems like OnePlus will also be taking a page from Samsung’s books this year as the company might launch a cheaper OnePlus device that is rumoured to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC. While it might be considered as an older processor when comparing it to Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chipset however it is still considered a flagship-level chipset in 2020. Even though it might not match up to the S888 chipset, it is still more powerful than the Snapdragon 765 chipset found in the OnePlus Nord. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla It would be interesting to see how the cheaper OnePlus 9 will be priced but Android Central speculates it might cost around $600. However, in India, OnePlus practices regional pricing for higher volume sales and often their products are cheaper in India as compared to the rest of the world. The OnePlus 9 Lite, or whatever the phone will be called will probably not feature wireless charging or even an IP rating. It could be possible that OnePlus might even use a polycarbonate (plastic) design similar to the OnePlus Nord and Galaxy S20 FE to keep the price low. We should know more about the upcoming models when more information leaks once we are closer to the launch. What do you think about OnePlus launching a cheaper model that is more accessible to OnePlus customers who don’t necessarily have to pay rising prices for flagship devices? Source: Android Central View the full article
  3. Qualcomm is all set to launch their latest flagship processor for Android devices next year and it seems like it won’t be the fastest processor in the market. In fact, new benchmarks reveal that the Snapdragon 888 processor that will debut in flagship phones from next year can even beat Apple’s A13 Bionic chipset from 2019. Apple has already launched its new A14 Bionic chipset for the iPhone 12 Series which is currently the fastest chipset in the market. However, as revealed by renowned website Anandtech , it seems like Qualcomm has a major hurdle in front of them. © Qualcomm Anandtech reports: “Today Qualcomm is disclosing a set of benchmark results for their new Snapdragon 888 SoC that's set to power next year's flagship Android devices. Usually, as in years past, we would have had opportunities to benchmark Qualcomm's reference designs ourselves during the chipset launch event, or a few weeks later during CES. However, due to obvious circumstances, this wasn't possible this year As an alternative, Qualcomm is instead sharing with the press a set of benchmark results from their new Snapdragon 888 reference design phone. Usually, the point of having the press benchmark the devices themselves is that it adds independent verification of the benchmark scores. This time around we'll have to make a little leap of faith in the accuracy of Qualcomm's numbers – of course, we still pretty much expect the figures to be accurate and be reproduced in commercial devices.” © Anandtech From the graph, we can see the Snapdragon 888 is faster than its predecessor the S865 and 865+ chipset that can be found in smartphones like the OnePlus 8 Series, Xiaomi Mi 10 and other smartphones. However, from the benchmark results released by Qualcomm themselves, one can see that it doesn’t even beat either the A13 or A14 in benchmark scores. © unsplash If you are a gamer, the GPU benchmarks also work in favour of Apple. Qualcomm’s GFXBench Aztec scores revealed that the Snapdragon 888 chipset is slower than Apple’s budget-friendly phone the iPhone SE. The iPhone SE Als uses the A13 Bionic chipset where the report notes Apple as a clear winner in terms of peak performance. However, for sustained performance, the website notes it will depend on the chip’s power consumption which could lead to the Snapdragon 888 surpass Apple’s A14 chipset. Source: Anandtech View the full article
  4. Apple's M1 chips are looking mighty good right now with some great early reviews and powerful benchmarks. And now, everybody is waiting to see what we get from Apple for their high-end Mac machines. Word on the street is that the company is working on a new ARM-based processor with as many as 32 high-performance cores. According to a new report from Bloomberg, it looks like this new chip is getting prepared for Apple's Mac in late 2021. Alongside this one, Apple is also said to be working on CPU designs with up to 16 high-performance cores and four power-efficient cores. These processors are could arrive as early as spring 2021. © Apple We're particularly excited about this new processor because of just good the new M1 chip already is. The new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini each uses it and it seems to be very powerful. The company's more powerful machines like the Mac Pro is still using Intel chips and we can't wait to see what Apple is cooking for them. The Bloomberg report also noted that Apple is working on chips with more GPU cores. The M1 chip comes with either seven or eight GPU cores and cores will definitely make a huge difference. The company is said to be working on chips with as many as 128 cores for late 2021 and 2022. © Apple Considering Apple's ambitious plans to move its entire Mac line up on to its own silicon, it makes sense for them to keep working on new and improved chips. It's been an incredible start for them, so far, and we're certain that there's more in store. Source: Bloomberg View the full article
  5. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 is now official and it delivers some great improvements over the existing flagship SoC. We can expect a host of high-end phones to be powered by the Snapdragon 888 next year and beyond. That being said, we already a lot of phones that are confirmed to come out with the new processor. List of manufacturers confirmed to launch a phone with Snapdragon 8888 - View the full article
  6. Qualcomm is probably the only name that comes to most people's minds when it comes to mobile chipsets. They're the best in the game when it comes to SoC and they just announced a new flagship mobile chipset. It's called the Snapdragon 888 and it'll be the one powering major Android flagship phones in 2021. The new Snapdragon 888 is the successor to the Snapdragon 865, so it'll be bringing some meaningful upgrades to the table. Sadly, Qualcomm hasn't released much about the processor yet but we'll learn more about it next week. View the full article
  7. After launching the new iPads, iPhones, and Apple Watches, Apple live-streamed its third event of the year last night in which we got our first look at Apple's new processors for the MacBooks. It's called the 'M1' chip and Apple says it makes the new MacBook much faster than the previous generations MacBooks that were running Intel chips. Apple says the new M1 chip delivers a giant leap in performance and it even noted how it can replace a bunch of chips that are usually found on the regular motherboard of a laptop or tablet. The new M1 chip is a 5nm processor and it features 16 billion transistors, compared to nearly 12 billion for the A14 Bionic. © Macbook m1 The chip includes a CPU, a GPU, a neural engine, and a unified memory architecture. It's an eight-core CPU including 4 high-performance single-thread ones. Apple says it’s the “world’s fastest CPU core. Looks like we'll also be getting better battery life since the new chip delivers the best performance-per-watt in the industry. The neural engine has 16 cores and is capable of 11 trillion operations per second. Other feature includes Thunderbolt and USB 4 support, as well as an advanced signal processor. New MacBooks © Apple macbook Apple also announced that we'll be able to buy a new MacBook Air, a MacBook Pro variant, and a Mac Mini computer that's powered by this new M1 chip. Apple isn't phasing out its MacBook and other computers running Intel chips just yet, but that's definitely happening in the future. In case you're interested, you can go check out the new MacBooks and the new Mac Mini on Apple's website right now. The MacBook Air starts at Rs 92,900 in India whereas the MacBook Pro powered by the M1 chip starts at Rs 1,22,900. The new Mac Mini is the cheapest way to get your hands on the new M1 chip as it starts at just Rs 64,900. View the full article
  8. HTC is back in the news, but we're not sure if it's for a good reason. While on the bright side we finally have the cryptocurrency phone that it promised to launch, on the other hand, we're not sure if it's even worth the wait. So the new cryptocurrency phone is called Exodus 1s and the main selling point of the phone is that it can function as a full Bitcoin node by itself. What does that mean? Well, the phone can verify and perform transactions on-device without having to rely on any other service. © HTC That's cool, but you'll have to invest in a big microSD card for that. Why? Well, the current Bitcoin ledger which holds the record for all bitcoin transactions takes up to 260GB. The ledger is very important for this phone to work properly and it's growing in size by the day. So if you want to use this particular phone to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, then you'll have to shell some money. But that's not even the worst part. The HTC Exodus 1s is running on age-old hardware, which makes absolutely no sense in today's world. The Exodus 1s is powered by Snapdragon 435 SoC, which is a three-year-old processor. And it's running on, get this, two-year-old Android 8.1 Oreo. © HTC Seriously? It's possible that people who buy this phone don't care about the software experience, but throwing in a three-old-processor? And we doubt how safe this phone will even be when you think about the 2-year-old software. In case you're interested in this phone, it's available for purchase in Europe, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, and it'll cost you around $250 which is roughly Rs 18,000. Yeah, it looks cool from the outside, but you should stay away from it.
  9. AMD announced a new chipset at Computex in Taipei today which is said to challenge Intel's top of the line Core i9 9920X chipset. It's called the Ryzen 9 3900x chip that has 24 threads and 12 cores making it one of the top gaming processors today. Another impressive feat about the new processor is its price, AMD announced the Ryzen 9 3900x chipset will sell for $499, which is half the price of Intel's offering. © YouTube Currently, Intel's Core i9 9920X chipset costs t $1,189 and upwards. Even when adding import duties for Indian customers, AMD's offering is very much more affordable and may just become the preferred choice amongst gamers. Here's an exclusive #COMPUTEX2019 look at the newest edition to the Ryzen family, the 12 core/24 thread 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor. https://t.co/OgLHoqWv9T pic.twitter.com/75FzfpdiKx — AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) May 27, 2019 The 3900x is clocked at 4.6 GHz boost speed and has a total cache of 70 MB. In fact, it even uses less power than Intel's i9 9920 x as it has a 105 watts of thermal design power whereas the i9 uses 165 watts. AMD claims that in a Blender demo the 3900x is 18 per cent faster than Intel's offering. To say the least, AMD has also launched more affordable chips from the same family i.e. a 6-core, 12-thread 3600 for $329 and an 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 3700x (with 4.4 GHz boost, 36 MB of total cache and a 65-watt TDP); for $329 and an 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 3800X (4.5 GHz, 32MB cache, 105w) for $399. The pricing on the new AMD processors are not only aggressive but makes it more affordable for PC gaming markets such as India. © AMD AMD also announced the next foundational gaming architecture i.e. RDNA. RDNA will power the upcoming 7nm Radeon RX 5700-series graphics cards, which feature high-speed GDDR6 memory and support for the PCIe 4.0 interface. Currently, the pricing has not been revealed yet but we expect it to be cheaper than Nvidia's offering.
  10. A processor is a smartphone's heart and soul, and without it, a smartphone is left crippled. Apple's A-series processors are considered to be the best of the lot and it's all thanks to TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company). The company has been Apple's only supplier of processors and the A12 Bionic chip is considered to be the most powerful chipset out there. © TSMC Not many processors have managed to deliver a performance similar to the A12. Huawei's Kirin 780 has managed to come close and Qualcomm has closed the gap with its new 7nm processors. However, none of them has actually managed to beat the A12 in terms of performance and reliability. TSMC has now announced a 5nm process technology that we will see soon on Apple devices. The new 5nm process has even more improved speeds and this is what the company had to say, “Compared with TSMC's 7nm process, its innovative scaling features deliver 1.8X logic density and 15% speed gain on an ARM Cortex-A72 core, along with superior SRAM and analog area reduction enabled by the process architecture.” Early numbers on an Arm Cortex-Are 72 core suggests that TSMC's new process will be able to deliver 1.8 times the density and 15 percent hike in clock speeds when compared to 7n. TSMC also says that the second generation of EUV will simplify the manufacturing process and “present excellent yield learning”. © Apple Now that the new process is ready, Apple can now move forward with producing a 5nm chipset that can power future iPhones and iPads. We could see it as early as 2020 which is not that far if we think about it. We won't be seeing the new processor on 2019 iPhones as these devices are expected to be powered with the 7nm+ process. © Qualcomm For Android devices, Qualcomm has managed to bring the 7nm process to its chipsets but has not been able to replicate the same performance as the A12. Now that the 5nm process is made available, we could see new Snapdragon chips debut shortly after Apple's new processor. TSMC is now considered the leader in chip manufacturing and dethroned the once market leader, Intel. Companies are gradually losing faith in Intel as TSMC's new process are now the preferred process.
  11. It's no secret Apple's A-series processors are insanely fast and are one of the core reasons for iPhone's success. The iPhone X is powered by Apple's A11 chipset and is able to churn out exceptional performance, both, practically as well as on benchmarks. The soon to come iPhones will surely be powered by Apple's 'A12' processor, carrying on the naming conventions from A10 Fusion or A11 Bionic. The A11 chipset was a big leap in terms of CPU architecture, and the A12 seeks to refine it with a 7nanometer design and further performance and power consumption improvements. © Apple The A11 Bionic found in the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X is produced using TSMC's 10nm manufacturing process on the other hand. Promising increased performance and decreased power consumption, TSMC says its 7nm process is said to make the A12 chip 20 percent faster than last year's A11 chip and 40 percent more energy-efficient. TSMC is the Taiwanese company that is exclusively responsible for manufacturing Apple's A12 chipset this year. © Apple Apple added a special Neural Engine in the A11, hence the name 'Bionic', we expect Apple to continue refining this further as AI and ML are at the center of the industry right now. It is used for features like Face ID and even the upcoming Kirin 970 contains a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU) that can perform tasks like image recognition 20 times faster than a CPU. © AndroidAuthority The A11 Bionic processor has already proven that is exceptionally faster than the competing Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, and with the A12 things will get even more interesting. On paper, Apple uses the same ARM 64-bit architecture that Qualcomm, Samsung, and Huawei use, but Apple has a special license with ARM that lets it design its own chipsets. Apple also has the liberty to design the processor exactly the way it wants to, adjustments in cost can be balanced as everything about the iPhone is built in-house. In fact, one reason why the A11 is faster than the Snapdragon 845 is that Apple uses bigger silicon chipsets that are almost twice the size of the competing chipsets. Source: MacWorld
  12. Apple's A9 chipset that featured in the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and the iPhone SE marked an important shift in the company's manufacturing process. Previously, Taiwanese TSMC was the only one responsible for making these chipsets, starting with the A9, then Samsung too was given a contract to make them on a partial scale. This change had to be brought in because back then, TSMC did not have the facilities to cater the massive order Apple had. Hence, the order had to be divided among Samsung and TSMC. Soon after the division, TSMC ramped up its capabilities and secured the order for the A10 Fusion chipset. © Apple Coming back to 2018, Samsung reportedly wants to win A13 chip manufacturing orders from Apple in 2019 and is said to be going “full throttle” on the development of InFO (integrated fan-out) packaging technology. This procedure reduces packaging area significantly. The report also mentions that Samsung is ahead of TSMC in production using 7-nanometer extreme ultraviolet lithography or EUV process. There was a time when Samsung was an exclusive manufacturer of Apple's A-series processors but the two distanced themselves due to intensifying legal battles and product competition. © iFixIt Samsung is believed to have dropped its order quotas by up to 20 percent in a bid to make its offering more attractive for customers, including Apple, but it has reportedly seen “little response.” The "A12" chip which is a 7nm-based chip, has entered mass production and is expected to make its way inside three new iPhone models scheduled to be released this fall. © iFixIt Right now, TSMC enjoys a monopoly oversupply and that could be a reason for Apple to bring Samsung back in. It is also a known fact that Samsung is making OLED panels for Apple's iPhone X. The company remains the only OLED manufacturer with a capacity to meet Apple's demand and is expected to hold onto that role with 2018 iPhones, though this could change because Apple is trying to make them in-house. Even if Samsung is selected to lead the production of the A13, it could be joined by other suppliers. Apple typically gives orders to multiple suppliers to ensure new iPhone models reach the market on schedule. Source: Economic Times
  13. One can assume that Android smartphones have upped their game when it comes to performance and dependency. However, the one thing that annoys most Android fans is the fact that the iPhone has always beaten Android devices in real-world usage tests. The iPhone has always been faster and more effective in carrying out tasks. Smartphones like the Google Pixel and the Galaxy S8 come close to performing at par with the iPhone and even the OnePlus 5. However, in real life usage tests, every smartphone company wants to make a smartphone that works like the iPhone. (c) Weibo Earlier this year, the OnePlus 5 narrowly beat the iPhone 7 Plus in performance but it took the device 8GB of RAM to achieve that feat. In fact, this proves our point further that even though the latest Qualcomm SoC i.e. the Snapdragon 835 processor beat iPhone 7 Plus' performance, it was still competing with last year's chipset. The new A11 processor is going to be released with the latest iPhone and we can assume that it will blow every Android smartphone out of the water. Real life tests measure how quickly a phone can open large files or play HD videos. How it performs when playing heavy duty games and use less SoC power to send texts and multitask effectively. You might argue that most Android smartphones have 4GB-6GB of RAM while the iPhone has only 2GB. However, having more RAM does not mean that device will automatically be quicker. We all know about bloat software on Samsung smartphones that made it frustrating to use in the early years of Galaxy phones. Today, Android smartphones perform much better than the iPhone, but the iPhone's framework does not require more than 2GB of RAM to perform well. Apple designs their own chipsets and their own operating system which makes the iPhone run extremely well. The OS is tweaked and designed in such a way that the processor does not consume a lot of power to carry out daily tasks. A series of images of the upcoming A11 chipset were leaked and it looks smaller than the A10 and houses more transistors for better performance. The leaked images show that the processor is 10nm in size and will reportedly improve speed and efficiency. The chipset is also expected to produce enough power for new features like 3D facial scanning. The images also give us an insight on the manufacturing timeline. If images of the chip are surfacing on the web now, we can assume that the production of the new iPhones is well underway and we can expect the phone to be announced very soon.
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