The race of mobile processors continues, Samsung plans to release the Galaxy S24 in two months, Siri now supports the Russian language
Digest of the most interesting news of the week
Friends, there was not much news this week, but it remains no less interesting. While everyone is actively "storming" Aliexpress in pursuit of the lowest prices, Samsung does not cease to amaze us. Yes, the company has partnered with AMD and Qualcomm to implement FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution) technology in its Exynos-based flagship smartphones. This technology allows your device to run graphically demanding games more smoothly without overloading the hardware.
The processor race continues. The MediaTek company presented a new powerful Dimensity 9300 processor, which consists only of productive cores that are in a state of low energy consumption. As it turned out, energy-efficient cores are not so necessary. It's just interesting how such a processor will show itself in real life.
Despite the fact that Apple has officially left the Russian market, the company still managed to add the language of the aggressor country to Siri. It would be better to take care of your watches, because many users complain about excessive heating in the latest version of WatchOS.
Xiaomi continues to produce a bunch of obscure devices. The company recently introduced the Poco C65 with an outdated Helio G85 processor and an even older type of storage. This smartphone can be called a proud word "dumb". But the company will not stop there, and will soon introduce another ultra-budget Redmi 13C, which is a clone of the Poco C65.
Of course, we could not leave you this week without Elon Musk, who, as usual, messed up with his Tesla Cybertruck, as well as another news from the "superpower". See all this and more in our news digest for the week on our YouTube channel: