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Today in Tech Insider: Samsung will transfer Infinity Display to inexpensive smartphones; Huawei P20 Plus triple camera shown in the photo; ZTE Blade V9 is seen in the benchmark; Samsung patents a flying display that can control the look.

Samsung will transfer Infinity Display to inexpensive smartphones

A year ago, Samsung took a new step forward in the design of mobile devices, implementing the frameless Infinity Display in the flagships of Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8. In a few days, similar screens will appear in Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, but in 2018 similar solutions will move to more affordable smartphones. This is with reference to their own sources, said The Investor.

Tech Insider: Huawei P20 Plus, ZTE Blade V9, Samsung Flying Tablet

The reasons for this move aren’t disclosed. According to some data, this is necessary to increase audience loyalty and encourage the sales of devices, on others – to realize the excessive number of OLED-matrices that remained due to the slowdown in sales of iPhone X.

Probably the first devices with Infinity Display will appear in the middle of this year.

Huawei P20 Plus triple camera shown in the photo

SlashLeaks published a photo of the smartphone Huawei P20 Plus. Its key feature will be the presence of a main camera with three photo modules at once. The picture clearly shows that the camera is mounted vertically, a microphone hole is located to the right, and LED flashes are placed above the first and between the second and third modules.

Tech Insider: Huawei P20 Plus, ZTE Blade V9, Samsung Flying Tablet

Earlier it became known that Huawei P20 Plus will get the function of constantly active display of Always-On Display, and the capacity of the battery will be 4 000 mAh. The entire Huawei P20 series will be presented in a month, March 27.

ZTE Blade V9 is seen in the benchmark

For the first time about ZTE Blade V9, we heard in December last year. The device will debut at the end of February, and therefore the network has new leaks regarding this smartphone. According to the benchmark Geekbench, ZTE Blade V9 runs Android 8.1 Oreo, is equipped with an eight-core processor with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz and 3 GB of RAM. Perhaps, it’s a question of Snapdragon 450 with graphics accelerator Adreno 506.

Tech Insider: Huawei P20 Plus, ZTE Blade V9, Samsung Flying Tablet

The device scored 772 points in a single-core and 3,931 points in multi-core testing modes. Approximately the same number received Xiaomi Redmi 5 on a similar chipset. However, ZTE Blade V9 stands out with a 5.7-inch 18:9 screen with a Full HD + resolution, a dual main camera and “frontal” with a higher resolution.

Tech Insider: Huawei P20 Plus, ZTE Blade V9, Samsung Flying Tablet

ZTE will present the smartphone at MWC 2018, and in early spring it will be available for sale at an affordable price.

Samsung patents a flying display that can control the look

Samsung is working on a new unmanned aerial vehicle with an integrated display that is able to detect a person’s face, gestures and hand position. The patent shows a block that shows a display in the center with four propellers at each corner. It was first noticed by LetsGoDigital in the company’s new patent, the application for which was filed on January 3, 2016 and approved on February 13, 2018.

Tech Insider: Huawei P20 Plus, ZTE Blade V9, Samsung Flying Tablet

The device may have different shapes and contain more than four motors. It contains a gyroscope, motion sensor, accelerometer, microphones for voice recognition, wireless GPS modules or Wi-Fi for positioning. The drone will also have a built-in block of obstacle detection, which will avoid objects during the flight.

Source: Geekty.com

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