We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . A little pop You can still find a few phones with pop-up selfie cameras, but don't hold out for this trend to make a comeback. Harish Jonnalagadda 28 Feb 2021 0 Source: Android Central Phone manufacturers have waged a war on bezels over the last four years, and the result is that even budget phones these days have ultra-thin bezels on all sides. Thin bezels mean you get a larger screen-to-body ratio, allowing brands to cram a larger screen without increasing the dimensions of the phone. For some context, the Galaxy S9+ had a 6.2-inch panel, and the Galaxy S21 offers the same screen size even though it is 6.4mm shorter. Xiaomi was the one to kick off this particular trend back in 2016 with the Mi Mix, which offered a 91.3% screen-to-body ratio. Xiaomi achieved this by changing the location of the front camera module to the bottom bezels, leading to an all-screen design. … [Read more...] about Why don’t we see any more pop-up selfie cameras?
We hebben reeds een gerucht opgevangen dat er een Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite aan zit te komen , wat een meer betaalbare versie zou zijn van de Galaxy Tab S7 . Nu komt daar een eerste 'echte' blik op de tablet bij. In de data van de populaire benchmark-website Geekbench , die gebruikt wordt om te testen hoeveel processorkracht een toestel heeft, werd een toestel met het modelnummer SM-T736B vermeld, samen met de testresultaten. Gezien de overeenkomsten van dat nummer met SM-T870 en SM-T876B, twee identificatienummers voor de Galaxy Tab S7, wordt er gespeculeerd dat dit nieuwe toestel de vermeende Galaxy Tab S7 Lite is. Dit zijn de beste tablets van 2021 En dit de beste Android tablets Xiaomi revitaliseert tablets en Mi Mix-reeks De benchmark-vermelding zegt niet met welke chipset het toestel komt, maar ze stelt wel dat het er eentje van Qualcomm wordt. Sommige speculaties hebben de Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G laten vallen, maar er zijn weinig indicaties dat … [Read more...] about ‘Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite komt eraan’
BASEL, Switzerland: Germany were still waiting for their first-ever Nations League win after they gave a tired performance and were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland on Sunday. Ilkay Gundogan gave Joachim Loew's side the perfect start with a clinical goal in the 14th minute but Silvan Widmer earned their smaller neighbours a deserved draw just before the hour. In the end, Germany may have been grateful for the result in the League A Group 4 game as the much livelier hosts, unbeaten in their last 17 competitive matches at home, created the better chances. Germany, who also let the lead slip in a 1-1 draw with Spain on Thursday, failed to win any of their four games in the inaugural Nations League two years ago and have drawn their opening two games this time around. Switzerland have one point after losing their opener to Ukraine. Germany coach Joachim Loew was left frustrated by his team's failure to capitalise on their early lead. "We didn't take our chances for a … [Read more...] about Germany still winless in Nations League after Swiss draw
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA - Russia’s appetite for influence and lucrative arms sales in Southeast Asia has been whetted by the latest coup in Myanmar, where isolated generals remain distrustful of China but still require allies on the United Nations Security Council. Chinese investments had flourished in Myanmar under the now-deposed civilian government effectively led by former opposition figure Aung San Suu Kyi, and the military, also known as Tatmadaw, benefitted through state owned enterprises brought under its control before Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy won historic 2015 elections. However, relations between junta leaders and Beijing have long been strained over Chinese interference across their common border – an existential threat not shared with Russia – and Beijing’s assistance to long-running ethnic insurgencies, including the sale of weapons to rebels. Bradley Murg, a senior research fellow at the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, said Russia and … [Read more...] about Russia Seeks to Strengthen Old Ties with Myanmar Junta
SEOUL: Private tuition centres shut for the first time and traffic was lighter in South Korea's capital on Monday (Aug 31), the first working day of tighter social-distancing rules designed to halt a second wave of coronavirus outbreaks. South Korea took the unprecedented step on Friday to restrict the operation of restaurants, coffee shops and so-called cram schools in the Seoul metropolitan area, with churches, nightclubs and most public schools having already been closed. The decision came after earlier restrictions on movement failed to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections from erupting at churches, offices, nursing homes and medical facilities. READ: South Korea marks 17th day of triple-digit COVID-19 cases with dining curbs READ: Global coronavirus cases surpass 25 million The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported 238 new cases as of midnight Sunday, mostly from Seoul and surrounding regions, the 18th consecutive day of … [Read more...] about No cramming as new COVID-19 rules take hold in South Korean capital