6.9 million 5G devices
Huawei had a pretty good year, and despite the trade wars between China and the US, the company not only rolled some of the best smartphones on the market but also managed to move 240 million smartphones and over 6.9 million 5G smartphones in 2019.
Big Unpacked event scheduled for February 11
According to the latest rumor, Samsung might actually use a 120Hz panel on its upcoming Galaxy S20 flagship smartphones, giving users an option between 60Hz and 120Hz display mode.
Enhanced AI Biometric Access on Edge Devices
Gyrfalcon Technology inc, GTI announced a partnership with AI solution provider Sensory to deliver low latency, high reliability embedded, machine learning capabilities on edge devices.
Intel Comet Lake or AMD Ryzen mobile CPUs
Earlier this week, Huawei announced its new MateBook D-series laptops, which will be available in 14-inch and 15.6-inch versions, the D14 and the D15, as well as a choice between Intel Comet Lake or AMD Ryzen CPUs, and Geforce MX 250 mobile GPU or Vega graphics inside Ryzen CPU.
Rocking at Round Rock
Dell has released its third quarter results but only upped its revenue by two percent compared to the same period last year.
Windows 7 boost comes to an end
A report from analyst outfit IDC forecast a decline in sales of PCs next year.
Punch-hole AMOLED screen, tight bezels, and Kirin 990 SoC
Earlier this week Huawei unveiled a rather interesting tablet that can be considered as a direct competitor to Apple's iPad Pro, the 10.8-inch MatePad Pro with Kirin 990 SoC.
Same Kirin A1 chipset and a 14-day battery life
Honor has unveiled the new MagicWatch 2, a Kirin A1-based smartwatch that will be available in two sizes, 46mm and 42mm, and focus on fitness.
Up from 90Hz on the OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus launched its OnePlus 7 Pro with a 90Hz screen back in May this year, but it appears that the company might go for a 120Hz on its upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone.
Minor changes and with Google services
Xiaomi has announced the Mi Note 10, which will be nothing but the previously announced Mi CC9 Pro, but for markets outside of China, with only slight changes in the price as well as having Google services included.