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Samsung Galaxy A71 5G lands in the US with Snapdragon 765G and price

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Samung reveals that the Galaxy A71 5G is coming to the US. It is the first intermediate smartphone with 5 G support to arrive in the States. The cheapest 5 G smartphone that was available before the A71 5 G was a $699 OnePlus 8 on T-Mobile.

Although the Exynos 980 powered the world version of the A71 5 g, Snapdragon 765 G powered the US-based model. This is the first Snapdragon 765 G driven system to enter the US with 5G-enabled device.

The A71 5 G arrives at a retail price of $599 for all big US carriers. Samsung is also selling the US-Unlocked variant to any carrier. From Friday 19th June the Galaxy A71 5 G is to be available on T-Mobile, Sprint and Samsung.com. “Later this summer” there will be other carriers and unlocked versions available.

The version of Verizon will be available on pre-sale from 9 July, shipments will arrive by the 23rd July. Verizon has not yet given pricing details, but its 5 G phones usually have a markup because their mmWave 5 G network has to be compatible. T-Mobile version will meanwhile be compatible with its 600Mhz bands (n41), and n71 (2.5Ghz midband), respectively.

Powered with the Snapdragon 765 G, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5 G appears to support 5G. It comes with an Infinity-O cutout 6.7 “Super AMOLED display, featuring a selfie camera of 32MP. The big quad sensors are made up of a 64MP mount, a 5MP depth sensor, an ultra large 12MP mount, and a 5MP macro camera.

The onboard is a RAM 6 GB, internal capacity 128 GB and battery 4,500 mAh. The A71 supports 25W load and has a headphone bucket of 3.5 mm.

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New bicycle-related features was added by Google Maps

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According to Google, during a COVID 19 epidemic the need for bicycle navigation on Google Maps rose fast. Requests have risen by 69%, and Google now responds in some big cities with some helpful bicycle functionality and navigation.

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To provide the features Google use an AI algorithm, crowdsourcing knowledge and data from local communities. Now you can use Google Maps to guide you around bike routes or bicycle-friendly roads and areas in certain towns. After all, while on two wheels you can find some pretty simple shortcuts.

Furthermore, if accessible, Google Maps provides step-by – step navigation with bike rental spots. Like public transit, but only of bicycles. The incorporation of Google Maps into certain bike rental systems in different towns makes the reservation process much simpler.

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Galaxy Note20 Camera Review and Analysis

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A Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra is the newest smartphone to be tested by the team in DxOMark and has earned a 121 ranking. This positions it in the 10th position behind the Galaxy S20 Ultra in a global Smartphone Photography List.

While it can be used with a compact camera configuration, there are several noticeable drawbacks, including erratic zooming, low-light noise and autofocus hiccups.

On the Note20 Ultra, the hardware is very familiar with a 108 MP-resolution main 1/1.33 “sensor which releases 12MP, much like the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It is combined with a 12MP telephoto device with a full range of 120 mm and 12MPs.

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With its good replication, precision exposed and fast autofocusation, the Dxome Mark team noted excellent large and ultra-wide performance.

Even high-end portrait photography, the performance from the S20 Ultra almost matched. With a noticeable lack of clarity at the 4x-zoom point, the effect of the telephoto lens did not excit. The night shots were strong and held decently in colour, and detail.

Video capture is best in a resolution of 4 K and 30 FPS, although the performances of Galaxy Note 20 marginally behind other flagships such as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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US Judge prevents TikTok ban, demands a defence of decisions from US

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US Judge prevents TikTok ban, demands a defence of decisions from US

The Commerce Department of the United States issued an executive order to Apple and Google to ban WeChat and TikTok from their app stores, but now US District Judge Carl Nichols prevents the decision.

According to the judge the government ”must file a response to a request by TikTok for a preliminary injunction or delay the order by 2:30 pm EDT Friday.”

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The same issues is occurring in California, with a federal judge issuing a preliminary injunction blocking the ban of WeChat – another platform, owned by a Chinese conglomerate Tencent. According to TikTok, the restrictions “are not motivated by a genuine national security concern” but are rather being used as a bargaining chip in the upcoming general elections.

Last Saturday several sort of delay to the ban came up after “positive developments” – Walmart and Oracle reportedly will join hands in purchasing a minor stake in TikTok Global – a new subsidiary by ByteDance that is supposedly going to make TikTok a platform for influencers and brands to promote products while doing their silly dances.

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