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5 facts about the brand Xiaomi
Smartphones from the famous Chinese brand Xiaomi appeared on the Ukrainian mobile technology market not so long ago and already managed to conquer their users. However, not all fans of the brand know how to pronounce its name correctly. And the correct name of the brand in Chinese sounds like “Xiao-mi”, with an emphasis on the second syllable, which literally means “little rice”. Want to know more about Xiaomi, a major Chinese manufacturer? In this article we will reveal 5 basic facts about this largest electronics manufacturer, which you probably have not heard before. And if you are in search of your ideal smartphone, you can find interesting and important information on this topic in the article at the link.
5 interesting facts about the Chinese company Xiaomi
1. Xiaomi started with software Continue reading
New MediaTek technologies in the Helio X20 chipset
MediaTek did not bring new commercial devices based on the Helio X20 chip to MWC 2016, but it showed the newest and most promising developments, as well as the innovative capabilities of this chipset, which are still unrealized in consumer products.
One of these developments was the growing popularity of dual camera technology and the company offered its own view on the use of this chip in smartphones. What used to be dual cameras? At the time of the 3D boom, several smartphones entered the market capable of taking three-dimensional photos and videos. People were not ready for such solutions and a few years later the double cameras returned to their smartphones, giving them the ability to change the depth of field and analyze the background. Continue reading
The very first phones in the world
Before the appearance of the usual phones for us, their prototypes existed. But electric phones did not become the height of achievement, they were replaced by mobile (portable) phones, which have found wide application. Prototypes of the first phones An ancient prototype of a telephone existed among the Persian king in the sixth century BC. It was a service, which consisted of about thirty thousand people. They were called “royal ears” and, being located within earshot on the watchtowers and hilltops, they transmitted messages to the king and orders from him for great distances. Continue reading