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If you couldn't keep up with the tech updates of last week due to your busy routine here is the compilation of Tech threads that have been posted here in the past week for you. Let's see what we have in store for you!
Smartphone manufacturers introduce innovations in the cameras of their terminals almost generation after generation. with taking this in mind Xiaomi has just unveiled a new camera technology, that works like ‘human eye’ This innovation promises us to have a deep impact in mobile phone photography. By integrating a liquid lens, the imaging system can change the plane of focus in milliseconds in order to provide sharp images, regardless of the object’s distance from the camera. This makes integrating liquid lenses an ideal choice for applications that require focusing at multiple distances where the objects under inspection are different sizes or at different distances away from the lens.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3650959-1-0.html
YouTube is no stranger to experimenting with new features, regardless of whether a proposed update is popular with its users. Its latest test is bound to draw in some negative attention, with major changes in the works for video ratings. In the coming weeks, YouTube will begin experimenting with hiding public dislike counts from view to help prevent harassment campaigns targeted towards creators. As detailed on the company's support site, the new dislike icon would replace the total number of downvotes with a generic "Dislike" label, while the like button would remain unchanged.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3650227-1-0.html
Every processor ever built contains an underlying “architecture,” representing deep-seated characteristics that transcend any single CPU core or physical design. This architecture defines how a processor works, what it can do, how memory is accessed, and much more. A change in processor architecture marks a major milestone, complete with all-new physical hardware designs, instruction sets, and capabilities. When it comes to smartphones, we’ve been using processors based on Arm’s Armv8 architecture and revisions for the better part of a decade. The arrival of Armv9 will soon be followed by all-new CPU cores destined for next-gen SoCs packed into future smartphones.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3650300-1-0.html
We had a lot of new smartphones in March 2021. As a result, the Top 5 of the Best performing flagship smartphone rankings of the AnTuTu benchmark has completely been jumbled from the February list. Among these, Black Shark 4 Pro manages to take the throne. Right off the bat, AnTuTu puts out a disclaimer that the monthly test of best performing smartphones and their rankings have been carried out on AnTuTu V8 version. It says that this might be the last list with V8 as V9 is already beginning to take the center stage.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3653747-1-0.html
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