It’s time for another EBox podcast. Today we are going to look at the new launch of Sony, Huawei and also on the rumors of OnePlus 8. As has been usual in the face of growing interest, we have also programmed to talk a little about electric cars.
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Huawei Mate Xs
Huawei today unveiled its second foldable smartphone. The Huawei Mate Xs practices practically the same design as its predecessor. Here, Huawei followed Apple’s “S” ideology. In other words, an identical terminal, but with internal improvements. The problem lies in the lack of Google services and its price of € 2499
- 8 “inch screen when opened
- 6.6 “screen when folded and 6.38” inches on the other side of the screen
- Kirin 990 processor
- 8GB RAM
- 512GB internal memory
- Cameras (front is the same as rear): 40MP + 8MP + 16MP + ToF
- 4500 mAh battery
- 55W fast charging (charges 85% in 30 minutes)
- Android 10 with EMUI 10
- No Google services
Sony Xperia 1 II
Sony is in trouble in the mobile segment. Will this be what the new smartphone will show? Everything indicates that it will attract attention, however, there are details that are lacking in this top of the range. Namely the biometric sensor on the screen.
Sony continues to bet on omnibalance design, a bet won in early 2010, but which has proved a failure in recent years. Is this the best option?
Most relevant details of the Sony Xperia 1 II
- 4K OLED screen
- Omnibalance design (very Sony style)
- Top specifications
- 3.5 “input for headphones
- Front speakers
- Absence of biometric sensor on the screen (on the side on the power button)
The OnePlus 8 is another terminal that will stand out. Are the photographs we have seen from smartphones true? Do the alleged specifications match the truth?
OnePlus has a long history of “leaving us wanting more”, we will see to what extent this OnePlus 8 can solve the problem.
Possible features of the OnePlus 8 Pro
- 6.65 “inch AMOLED screen
- 120Hz refresh rate
- Snapdragon 865 processor
- 12 GB of RAM
- 256 GB of internal storage
- Rear camera: 64 MP + 20 MP + 12 MP
- Wireless charger?
- Water and dust resistance with IP68?
- Charging faster than 30W?
Electric cars 2020
The theme will not be specific to a vehicle. Instead, we will look at the strengths and weaknesses of the sector. We will talk about what unites them and what distinguishes them.
We are already in the second evaluation of a car with these characteristics and we also want to understand what points we can improve in the analysis of an electric car.