Xiaomi 13 Pro live image leaks revealing a familiar design, MIUI 14 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Overview

Notable tipster Abhishek Yadav shared live images for the Xiaomi 13 Pro, confirming the design which was previously leaked. These images reveal the phone’s appearance from all sides and show just how massive the main camera island is. According to the image, the rear panel is curved, and the square-shaped main camera is quite massive. It has three large lenses and the usual Leica branding in a corner of the island, right above an LED flash strip. This variant has 8 GB of physical RAM which can be expanded by up to 5 GB virtually. There will most definitely be additional memory variants with more RAM onboard. Here is a similar tech iPhone 15 to Use ‘State-of-the-Art’ Image Sensor

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Moreover, it confirms Qualcomm’s latest flagship SoC, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, alongside MIUI 14 based on Android 13. Speaking of which, MIUI 14 is also getting a grand unveiling at tomorrow’s launch event in China. A separate image confirmed that there will be three color options to choose from including green, white, and blue, but it is unclear whether the image shows the regular Xiaomi 13 or 13 Pro.

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Features Of Latest Release of Xiaomi 13 Pro

  • Qualcomm SM8550 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (4 nm)
  • 50.3 MP, f/1.9, 23mm (wide), 1.0″-type, 1.6µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, Laser AF, OIS 50 MP, f/1.9, 48mm (telephoto), PDAF, 2x optical zoom 50 MP, f/2.2, 115˚ (ultrawide)
  • Li-Po 4800 mAh, non-removable
  • Octa-core (1×3.2 GHz Cortex-X3 & 2×2.8 GHz Cortex-A715 & 2×2.8 GHz Cortex-A710 & 3×2.0 GHz Cortex-A510)
  • Glass front (Gorilla Glass Victus), glass back, aluminum frame
  • LTPO AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, 1000 nits (HBM), 1500 nits (peak)

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According to leaked specifications, Xiaomi 13 Pro is expected to come with a 6.73-inch E6 AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, 2K resolution, 1920Hz PWM dimming, and an impressive 1900 nits peak brightness. Its battery may be a 4,820 mAh unit paired with 120W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging. Its main camera is expected to be Sony’s 1-inch type IMX989 50MP sensor alongside a 50 MP Samsung JN1 ultrawide unit, and a 50MP Samsung JN1 telephoto lens.

iPhone 15 to Use ‘State-of-the-Art’ Image Sensor From Sony for Better Low-Light Performance

In a report released today, Nikkei claims Sony has agreed to supply Apple with its “latest high-end image sensors.” Sony has been making the image sensors used in iPhones for years, so it’s not all that surprising that the Japanese electronics company continues what could be a lucrative partnership. Here is a similar article OnePlus 9RT gets Android 13 new OS update.

The iPhone often tops the smartphone photography charts, and with good reason. Every year Apple’s smartphones deliver great images, and Apple has put more effort into photography in recent years. According to a new Nikkei report, the iPhone 15 could rule the world of smartphone photography thanks to Sony’s latest image processor.

Some Main Features of IPhone 15 Update

  • If any phones in the iPhone 15 series do have this new Sony sensor then that could make for quite a photographic upgrade.
  • This would allow for the optical zoom distance to be extended from the 3x of current Pro models to likely around 5x but potentially as much as 10x.
  • On top of that, the iPhone 15 Ultra and possibly also the iPhone 15 Pro might be able to record 8K video, according to one source.
  • So, in other words we might see big improvements to the wide and telephoto cameras on some iPhone 15 models, as well as to video recording, with only the ultra-wide camera possibly staying the same.

The new image sensor focuses on increasing the amount of light received to improve photo exposure. According to Nikkei, the sensor “doubles the saturation signal level of each pixel” in the image, which helps reduce or increase the smartphone’s exposure. This is especially useful for night shots in high light density areas such as the night sky, where you want to define subject characteristics against bright or glaring backlight. B. A busy street in the city. It is currently unknown if Sony’s new sensor will be included in all iPhone 15 models. Like the current iPhone 14, Apple’s upcoming smartphone will feature two base models and two of his “Pro” models with significantly upgraded hardware, especially the processor and camera system.You can find here Moto Edge 30 Pro X30.

The new sensor puts the photodiodes (the little electronics that capture light) in their own layer, allowing more photodiodes to be used overall. By splitting the photodiodes into separate layers, Sony could pack multiple small light sensors into the image sensor, greatly increasing the amount of light the sensor can absorb and improving how the sensor records light data.

OnePlus 9RT gets Android 13 new OS update here’s what’s new

OnePlus refreshes the UI with Oxygen OS 13 by adding “Aquamorphic Design” theme colors. This enhances your visual experience while using the phone with more readable fonts, neat animations, and gestures. The company explains about improving the efficiency with the update.

You can now make and add larger folders to the home screen. There’s also a sidebar toolbox, which opens as a floating window for operations. The Always-On Display will show live information on anything from music to food delivery on supported apps. It also adds more customization options to AOD with extra Bitmoji animation, drawing tools etc.

Features of Android Oxygen OS 13

  • Applies the Aquamorphic Design philosophy to animations to make them natural and vivid.
  • Adds a Home screen world clock widget to show the time in different time zone
  • Optimizes UI layers for a clearer and neater visual experience.
  • Optimizes system icons by using the latest color scheme to make the icons easier to recognize.
  • Adds large folders to the Home screen. You can now open an app in an enlarged folder with just one tap and turn pages in the folder with a swipe.
  • Adds media playback control, and optimizes the Quick Settings experience.
  • Optimizes earphone connectivity to deliver a more seamless experience.
  • Optimizes Private Safe. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is used to encrypt all files for enhanced security of private files.
  • Adds Eye comfort in Kid Space to protect children’s vision.

Other Features from ColorOS 13 OnePlus

The OxygenOS 13 supports large folders and big widgets on the home screen. It allows users to reach their favorite apps faster by tapping on the large folders and lets users access some applications without needing to open the app first. You can use the classic ColorOS Sidebar to access apps and tools. There are also many gestures from ColorOS, floating windows, Assistive Ball, etc.

WhatsApp for Windows is beta testing a dedicated tab for call logs

The users of WhatsApp are enjoying the benefits of multi-device support for some time now and now it has been expanded to let the users use a secondary smartphone as well. You can use a linked device to place voice as well as video calls when using WhatsApp on PC the user interface lacked dedicated tab for call logs. But now it is changing as WhatsApp is testing new call log for its Windows app.
It may take some time for the new WhatsApp mobile features to start making their way to linked devices running on Windows or macOS. You can open specific groups or conversations always and can hit the call button but call logs are still only available on your smartphones. Now WhatsApp for Windows is testing fresh addition to the sidebar on the left side of the interface, designed to let you see all your voice and video calls in one place. As the feature is still in beta, your call history may not be sync perfectly with your primary smartphone.

WhatsApp is testing a video mode for its camera now a days

WhatsApp is considered as one of the best messaging apps for Android. After being acquired by Meta, WhatsApp has come a long way with loads of handy new features and additions. In the recent past, WhatsApp ahs gained immense popularity and some important usability enhancements including the call links, ability to message yourself and the option to send files of up to 2GB size. Most of the features were spotted the beta channel of the app before they were released to the public. WhatsApp is working on usability improvement that will make the recording as well as sharing videos with your friends easier.
WhatsApp is working on slightly tweaked camera interface for its Android app. At the moment if you open built-in camera interface of messaging app, you get shutter button along with buttons to switch to front camera and jump into gallery. A button to toggle flash is located in top-right corner. In order to take a video, you are required to long press shutter button. This could be cumbersome in various scenarios since you required to continue holding shutter button while talking a video. WhatsApp is looking to change this behavior by adding a video mode to its built-in camera app, which can be accessed with right swipe on the viewfinder.

Google Messages is experimenting with redesigned photo picker

Google Messages is the flagship app of Google and it is receiving constant stream of updates. It started experimenting with end-to-end encrypted group chats and Signal-style read receipts. Now the tests are being conducted to redesign the photo picker that makes it very easy to access the old pictures. The new photo picker loses horizontally scrolling interface of old for intuitive vertical scrolling one. The interface has expanded further to the top when you scroll, letting you to see more images at once.
Quick access to camera and your device folder has been retained. The camera preview is positioned at the top left corner and the Gallery has been renamed to Folders. Google is sticking with custom implementation for photo picker in its flagship messaging app. The company has introduced Android-wide photo picker that is backreported to Android 4.4 KitKat. Google has also added that method to Google Voice which is an online messaging as well as calling service.

Messaging yourself on WhatsApp will become easy in future

Android users have got loads of options when it comes to taking notes and saving the links to visit later. You have got your pick of best note-taking apps, or you can just rely on something you already use every day like Slack or Telegram, those messaging services allow you to save the messages for later and message yourself. WhatsApp is now interested in playing a catch-up, and is now testing out its own enhancements to self-messaging. It sounds a bit silly to message yourself if you are not used to it, but it has its uses instead of installing dedicated app like Pocket to manage web links to revisit or an app like Google Tasks to maintain grocery lists.
As a multi-device support is already available, you could use chats with yourself to transfer small files between the devices. With new beta release of Android app, WABetaInfo points out that select WhatsApp beta testers are getting access to try out “Message yourself” feature. As the name suggest, WhatsApp is adding chat option somewhat strange labeled “Me(You)”. When you will tap on the floating action button in the lower-right corner of the screen, it will prompt you to message new contact, a new group or a new Community. Under these options you see a list of all your contacts who also use WhatsApp. The new option to message yourself could sit atop the list of your contacts.