Today in Beijing, a conference was held, in which the Chinese manufacturing giant Xiaomi presented its new independent sub-brand Redmi. And immediately at this conference was announced a new smartphone of this sub-brand called Redmi Note 7.
One of the highlights of the new smartphone was an optimized Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. Presented by Redmi Note 7 from the new sub-brand Xiaomi Owner and part-time CEO of Xiaomi Technology Lei Jun noticed that the new optimized processor version has significant differences from the standard version and only the best side. To confirm his words, Lei Jun compared Redmi Note 7 with other products that use the standard Snapdragon 660 version. Continue reading
You probably know that Android is the most popular mobile platform in the world. Many have heard that the market share of this operating system still shows growth and over the past few quarters has approached an astronomical 80%, leaving Apple and Microsoft far behind.
Some will say that the popularity of Android is due to the openness of the system and a very wide range of devices, which in itself implies representation in all price segments. What is there to conceal, we agree that choosing a device on Android is much easier than on any other platform, as almost any manufacturer, ranging from unknown Chinese brands, to Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, Huawei, etc. , used as the primary – OS from Google. And the high prevalence includes a large number of applications, and in turn, a large application store is working to increase popularity and so on. Continue reading
More and more often, we can see such codes on our streets: in advertising posters and booklets, on business cards or on the packaging of a purchased item. If you have not yet encountered such codes, then this means that you were simply not very attentive. Look around and I am sure that the QR code will surely catch your eye.
What is this code and how does it work?
The abbreviation QR is derived from the English words Quick Response, which translates as “quick response” or “quick response.” A QR code is a two-dimensional bar code that can contain a sufficiently large amount of encoded information (for example, up to 7089 numbers or 4296 letters and numbers). Continue reading