Welcome, everyone to our popular series – TechnoBugg’s Weekly Roundup. In this series, we list our top 5 trending news of the week. This week is trending for Xiaomi, Microsoft, OnePlus, and more. So let’s have a look at the top 5 trending news of the week.
1. Xiaomi Holds Mi MIX line And Surge Chipsets
The CEO of the company has answered some of the questions of fans on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo and he said that the company is not working on this particular smartphone series at this moment of time but it will bring a Mi MIX smartphone someday and there is no timeline for that. Having said that, he has also confirmed that the Surge processor which is developed by Xiaomi for the smartphones is also on hold and the same will also come in someday but again he did not reveal the timeline for a new processor of Xiaomi. Read the full story here.
2. OnePlus Unveils HydrogenOS 11 With Always On Display And More
HydrogenOS the Chinese version of the very popular OxygenOS has got its latest version called the HydrogenOS 11 and the same is coming with many new features along with the improvements on the elements. The company has also implemented the much anticipated always-on display feature in the latest version of the operating system. The features include much-requested Always-On-Display, Improved Dark Mode and more. Check out the features in detail by clicking here.
3. Mi 10 Ultra Unveiled With 120W Fast Charging And More
It features a 6.67 inch FHD+ OLED display with 2340 X 1080 pixels resolution and the device also supports a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+. Moreover, the device also has a punch hole set up at the top of the display and it offers DC Dimming. Under the hood, the device is powered by Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and paired with up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM. In terms of storage, the device supports 256/512 GB of internal storage with UFS 3.0. The smartphone also comes with VC liquid cooling, multi-layer graphite, thermal sensor array, and Graphene to make it cool.
Moving to the photography department, the latest Mi 10 Ultra rocks a quad rear camera setup and that is in the combination of a 48-megapixel main camera that includes a custom-manufactured image sensor followed by a 20-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter, a 12-megapixel portrait camera, and a telephoto shooter with support for 120x ultra-zoom, and there is laser auto-focus and flicker sensor. The phone will be able to record 8K videos from the primary and telephoto shooters. On the front, the phone houses a 20-megapixel shooter. Click here to read more details about the Mi 10 Ultra.
4. Microsoft Surface Duo Finally Arrived
It features two 5.6 inch FHD+ OLED displays with 4:3 aspect ratios, and the tech giant using last year’s Snapdragon 855 processor and that is disappointing stuff and it is paired with the 6 GB of RAM along with 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage. The device ships on a 3,577 mAh battery.
Talking about the camera department, the Surface Duo features a single 11MP camera with F/2.0 aperture which sits on top of the right display. Microsoft is also offering a “superzoom” feature with 7x zoom and the camera is also capable of recording 4K videos at up to 60fps and comes with EIS. The device is also coming with the Microsoft Pen which will allow you to write or draw on the display and it is sad to know that the device is missing some essential features such as NFC, IP rating, expandable of memory.
Speaking about the pricing and availability details, it retail for $1,399 and the device will available for purchase from September 10 in the US. To know more details about Microsoft Surface Duo, click here.
5. Serious Bugs Found In Qualcomm Chip
Qualcomm the very popular chipsets and the same powers millions of Smartphones across the globe and today, we got a new piece of information which is not good for the smartphone users, as a new report appears online and that says that Qualcomm powered smartphones are at very serious risk.
The security researchers found big problems in the Qualcomm chipsets and 400 lines of vulnerabilities code found and all in the Digital Signal processor of the Qualcomm chipsets. It is said that the record calls, steal data, install malicious software that can’t be uninstalled, and even brick the device. Having said that, Qualcomm already started to roll out the driver update to solve this problem and the same with the available to the vendors, and then they need to push updates to the phones to fix the problem completely. To read the full story click here.
So these are the top 5 trending news of this week. What are your thoughts on this list? Let us know in the comments section below. This Weekly Roundup will be available every Sunday, so stay tuned for that and much more information.