Insider # 2.02: OPPO and UMIDIGI data, latest Apple news and ASUS product information (Topic)

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Insider # 2.02: OPPO and UMIDIGI data, latest Apple news and ASUS product information


This upcoming gadget data update focuses on OPPO's future prospects, UMIDIGI S3 Pro review, Apple and ASUS devices.

The future of OPPO

The press service of Qualcomm China recently interviewed one of the leaders of OPPO Chen Minyen. Most of the communication was devoted to the company's development prospects and its new products, the announcement of which is planned for this year.

The manager said that in the near future a 5G device will appear in the range of this manufacturer. It also provides for the development of products listed in the "smart home" category.

It also became known that soon OPPO will present a flagship device, the "heart" of which will be the advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. Experts believe that we are talking about the OPPO Find X2 smartphone, which is scheduled to start production in the first half of this year.


Chen Minyong did not hide his company's ambitions to become the leader in the field of OPPO 5th generation networks. He also said that the firm's divisions put a lot of emphasis on developing artificial intelligence capabilities. Deep integration processes of 5G with AI, AR, coupled with the use of other technologies, will contribute to the emergence of new services and equipment on the market. OPPO will soon reveal new smartwatches, wireless headphones and a number of other exciting products.

This company believes that its active user base is based on at least 250 million people. The appearance of modern products on the market will increase interest in the company's developments.

Interesting product from vendor UMIDIGI

It is already known for sure that the flagship smartphone UMIDIGI S3 Pro will be shown on February 28. Some of its technical data are known. The main camera of the device has a 48 megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor. It will be complemented by a telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom. We also know about a cool 5150 mAh battery.


The appearance of this photo on the network allowed us to clarify some of the nuances of the model. The device has a black ceramic body with a frameless In-Cell LTPS screen with Full HD + resolution. At the top there is a cutout for a selfie camera, which is equipped with a 20 megapixel sensor. A fingerprint scanner and a dual block of the main camera appeared at the back. There is a 3.5mm audio jack for headphones.

Under the hood, the smartphone has a MediaTek Helio P70 chipset and 6 GB of "RAM". Android 9 Pie commands everything.

Apple's new type of smartphone

Earlier on our pages we have already discussed products from Meizu and Vivo, which did not have buttons, connectors and other physical controls. The fashion for such devices cannot be ignored by such a tech giant as Apple.

His MacBook Pro is designed in such a way that it lacks function keys on the keyboard. A touch panel is used instead. iPhone this year is designed without the Home button. In the future, the volume control will be removed.

It became known that this company is filing a patent that provides for the use of sensors to control the iPhone and Apple Watch.


This document is a continuation of another patent from 2016 that provided for the use of multiple force sensors and capacitive touch surfaces instead of switches. The company's specialists believe that such a move will make their products more aesthetic and less susceptible to moisture and dust.

Geekbench data for ASUS Chromebook

At the end of January, insiders found interesting information in the Geekbench database. It concerns the Google Rammus device. It has been revealed to be powered by an Intel Core i7-8500Y quad-core processor and 8GB of RAM. It all runs on Android 9 Pie. The clock speed of the device is 4.2 GHz.

The new device scored 4054 in single-core mode and 8247 points in multi-core during testing.


After a while, information appeared that the top Chromebook ASUS Chromebook 434 was hiding under the Google Rammus code designation.

It was previously unveiled at CES 2019. Geekbench was unable to correctly recognize the device on Chrome OS and incorrectly named it Google Rammus.

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Author: Jake Pinkman