Vapour Cooling Chamber: The innovation that got everybody talking about the latest Samsung Galaxy M53 5G phone

Samsung, India’s most trusted smartphone brand, today unveiled the Galaxy M53 5G, an all-arounder gadget aimed at millennials and Gen Z. The Galaxy M53 5G supports ultra-fast 5G and can run console-quality games in the cloud.

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The superb design of the Galaxy M53 5G includes soft, rounded corners and a smaller frame with a minimal camera look. The M53 5G features a matte texture on the back that is soft to the touch and comes in a variety of current colours.

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Its newest 5G smartphone, the Galaxy M53, boasts a powerful 6nm Mediatek Dimensity 900 chipset for unrivalled performance.

The Galaxy M53 5G gives a significant performance boost thanks to an innovative Octa-core processor and up to 6GB/8GB of RAM, whether you’re focused on one activity or numerous things at once.

Multi-perspective photography with a multi-lens camera
The multi-lens camera technology of the Galaxy M53 5G elevates photography to new heights. With the high-resolution 108MP Wide-angle Camera, you can capture memorable moments in clear detail. With the Depth Camera, you can adjust the focus and the Macro Camera, you can get closer to the details.

With 108MP remosaic photos, the Galaxy M53’s new high-resolution 108MP sensor captures incredible details, while 12MP binning shots bring more light into the dark. In addition, the Hybrid Optic Zoom effortlessly captures far-away objects, and the Big Pixel Sensor eliminates noise for improved clarity.

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The primary camera’s Nona-binning technology enables you to capture crisp images in low-light circumstances.

The edit is where you’ll find satisfaction. With the Object eraser, you may remove undesired items, strangers in the background, and more.

Galaxy M53 5G includes flagship-inspired features such as Single Take, which produces up to 10 outputs in a single shot and Photo Remaster, which helps you record even more amazing images and videos.

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Face. In the limelight
.You can capture the subtle details that distinguish each face with the AI-powered dual-lens camera, which includes wide and depth lenses. Use bokeh effects to gently blur the background while highlighting the details that bring the frame to life.

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The Galaxy M53 5G analyses your phone usage patterns to give additional virtual RAM, allowing you to multitask and run apps smoothly.

A cinematic view of your surroundings, says Samsung. I agree with them.

The immersive 6.7-inch Infinity-O Display lets you see more. Its nearly bezel-less design delivers a wider aspect ratio for a larger, better view. With the FHD+ Super AMOLED Plus display, you can enjoy everything you love in rich and true-to-life colour even in bright sunlight.

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Scrolling is quite smooth.

Watch anything on your Galaxy’s 120Hz Super AMOLED Plus display to experience silky smooth viewing with reduced blur, more details, and brilliant contrast.

But there’s more to this phone than meets the eye. Its Vapour Cooling Chamber ensures that no matter how much you use it, your Galaxy M53 5G will not overheat.

Simply put, whenever you want to enjoy extended video conversations or test your gaming skills all day, the Vapour Cooling Chamber will keep your Galaxy M53 5G ultra cool, allowing you to use it anywhere, anytime!

What’s more, you might wonder. With Dolby Atmos compatibility, the Galaxy M53 5G will take you by surprise, boosting your leisure and enjoyment time with true theatrical sound. It also has a large 5000mAh battery with reverse charging and 25W fast charging, which can keep your phone running for hours.

Dolby Atmos takes your listening experience to new heights.
You’ll hear sound that’s full, booming, and seems to surround you in the action with Dolby Atmos. With cinematic sound that immerses you in the scenario, take movie night or your favourite games to the next level.

A 5,000mAh (typical)1 battery allows you to spend longer time watching, sharing, gaming, and other activities. Quickly charge your Galaxy with up to 25W Super Fast Charging and use adaptive power saving to improve battery life.

Samsung Knox, which is built into the phone’s hardware and software from the beginning, safeguards your phone from the moment it is turned on. It protects your most sensitive information from malware and dangerous attacks with multi-layered protection.

Motorola Edge 30 equipped with 144 Hz refresh rate screen

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Want an LED display with 144 Hz refresh rate, high quality stereo speakers and dual 50 megapixel camera?

So you will love Motorola’s new smartphone Edge 30.

This phone has a 6.5 inch FHD Plus AMOLED display with 144 Hz refresh rate support.

The stereo speakers are similar to those of Dolby Atmos, while the Snapdragon 778G Plus processor is present in the device.

Motorola Edge 30 will have 8 GB RAM and 128 to 256 GB storage options which will not be augmented.

The Android 12 operating system is part of the phone and is almost the only pure Android system experienced by users of Google’s Pixel phones.

On the back of the phone there is a setup of 3 cameras with a 50 megapixel main camera with 50 megapixel ultra wide and 2 megapixel depth sensor cameras.

Both the 50- and 50-megapixel cameras can record 4K video, while the front has a 32-megapixel selfie camera.

The Edge 30 has a 4020 mAh battery that, according to the company, can last up to a day and a half on normal use.

A 33 watt turbo power charger will be provided with the phone for charging.

Other notable features include 5G support, dual SIM support, dust and splash resistance, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC.

The phone will soon go on sale in Europe, Asia and other regions, including the Middle East, for 450 euros (over 88,000 Pakistani rupees).

Poco new flagship phone F4GT

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Xiaomi’s subsidiary Poco has introduced its new flagship phone.

Poco F4 GT is equipped with the flagship processor Snapdragon 8 Generation 1.

Along with the powerful processor, Liquid Coal 3.0 technology has also been used to keep the device cool.

The F4 GT has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with 120 Hz refresh rate and high frequency PWM dimming support.

Like the other Poco F series phones, this new phone also has a focus on gaming and additional controls are provided in the form of shoulder buttons.

The phone will be available with 8 to 12 GB RAM and 128 to 256 GB storage options.

A special feature of the phone is its charging speed.

Poco F4 GT is the company’s fastest charging phone to date.

The phone has 128 watt hyper charge system support with 4700 mAh battery and it takes only 17 minutes to charge the phone from zero to 100%.

There is also a charging mode that is not so fast but does not take more than 27 minutes to charge the battery.

As for the camera setup, there are 3 cameras on the back.

The phone has a 64-megapixel main camera with 8-megapixel Ultra Wide and 2-megapixel macro cameras.

The setup also features a Flickr sensor and a 20-megapixel camera with a punch-hole design on the front.

The model with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB RAM storage sells for 600 euros (over 116,000 Pakistani rupees), while the phone with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage sells for 700 euros (over 136,000 Pakistani rupees) Will be done

Apple iPhone SE (2022) in review

The most affordable iPhone features the powerful A15 Bionic, 5G, better battery life, improved durability, and a new camera system with advanced features like Smart HDR 4, Photographic Styles, and Deep Fusion

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Advantages
Excellent performance
Long battery life
An Inexpensive entry-level price for an iPhone

Disadvantages
Low display resolution
Very long charging time for a small battery
Poor photo quality in low light

The Apple iPhone SE (2022) scores admirably in the test and offers a low-cost way into the iPhone world. The performance is outstanding, and the battery, despite its small size, lasts a very long time. The camera captures nice pictures, however it comes nowhere close to the best models. The design has its advantages and disadvantages; it’s a little outdated and looks similar to the iPhone 8, but it still retains the good old home button with TouchID.

iPhone SE comes in a compact and durable design, and together with iOS 15, delivers a seamless user experience.

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Externally, the Apple iPhone SE (2022) has the same design as the iPhone 8, which was no longer a big deal at the time. The Apple logo on the back is only slightly more prominent than it was on the iPhone 8. The camera, though, and the entire front have remained unchanged. As a result, you’ll have thick display edges but a relatively small device.

The wide bezels around the screen provide enough room for the well-known home button. As a result, you won’t have to deal with Apple’s new swipe motions, which debuted with the iPhone X. In addition, TouchID has been reintroduced. You can unlock your iPhone, make purchases, and pay with Apple Pay using the fingerprint sensor embedded into the home button. FaceID is not available on the iPhone SE (2022).

Simple single camera, powerful LC displayIconic Design with a 4.7-inch Display
The display of the iPhone SE (2022) offers no surprises: My observations reveal that the screen is nearly equal to that of the iPhone 8 or iPhone SE (2020). The iPhone SE uses an LC display rather than an OLED panel, with a diagonal of 4.7 inches and a 16:9 aspect ratio.

However, the panel’s quality is far from poor. The iPhone SE (2022) features beautifully rich colours, with a typical RGB colour space coverage of 138 percent and a DCI-P3 colour space coverage of roughly 98 percent. The white point is likewise exactly located, ensuring a neutral white display – indicating that Apple has calibrated the screen to its customary high standards. At 637 candelas per square metre, the maximum brightness is adequate. In this way, even in low-light settings, display material may be seen well. With roughly 1,000 candelas per square metre, today’s leading smartphones glow far brighter.

Only the resolution is limited: at 1,334 by 750 pixels, it falls short of the industry standard. The pixel density is still a reasonable 326 ppi, despite the small size. Most other smartphones in this price range already have Full HD Plus displays, which produce a sharp image despite the larger screens.

Anyone who enjoys taking photos or shooting a lot of videos should exercise caution. Because the SE’s camera lens is identical to that of the iPhone 8, it will continue to be limited. Some functions from the iPhone 13 series are now available thanks to the upgraded processor. However, the thrilling and entertaining “movie mode” is not supported. You also won’t be able to use a zoom or a wide-angle lens. The main camera is optically stabilised and produces videos at 60 frames per second in a maximum 4K resolution.

The iPhone SE (2022) impressed me with its good camera quality in daytime. The quality of low-light photographs is totally dependent on whether you’re holding the smartphone in your hand or using a tripod. The photographs in this case are also excellent. Small movements, on the other hand, can drastically impair image quality. This could be due to the lack of deep fusion, which is only available on the more expensive models. The selfie camera’s quality is impressive.

From the outside, the iPhone SE (2022) resembles a 2017 iPhone, but when it comes to performance, it demonstrates where the hammer rests. Apple uses the same top-of-the-line Apple A15 Bionic CPU for its entry-level iPhone, which also ensures excellent performance in the current high-end models of the iPhone 13 series. This processor has six cores and runs at up to 3.24 GHz. Only the main memory is 4 GB, which may appear to be a performance stumbling block on paper.

A15 Bionic packs a powerful 6-core CPU, the fastest CPU in a smartphone, with two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, making iPhone SE up to 1.8x faster than iPhone 8, and even faster compared to older models. The 16-core Neural Engine is capable of 15.8 trillion operations per second, enabling faster machine learning computations for third-party applications

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A15 Bionic packs a powerful 6-core CPU, the fastest CPU in a smartphone, with two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, making iPhone SE up to 1.8x faster than iPhone 8, and even faster compared to older models. The 16-core Neural Engine is capable of 15.8 trillion operations per second, enabling faster machine learning computations for third-party applications

Apple, on the other hand, demonstrates how well the operating system can be tailored to the hardware. Because our test PDF file loads in just 1.3 seconds on the iPhone. The iPhone SE (2022) obtains 80 frames per second in the graphics benchmark. As a result of its exceptional value, the Apple smartphone is ranked among the best gadgets in our performance rankings. Furthermore, the current processor assures that the gadget has up-to-date 5G capability and is future-proof.

When it comes to the battery, the data sheet initially raises some concerns: The new iPhone SE has a battery capacity of only 2,018 mAh, according to Apple. As an example: The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a battery capacity of 4,373 mAh. But it also demonstrates what a good combination of hardware and software can accomplish.

In test, the entry-level iPhone managed a runtime of 13:10 hours with the display turned on all the time. That should suffice for any long day with no issues. The subsequent loading pause will require some patience. To regain 100 percent battery capacity, the iPhone SE (2022) requires roughly 1 hour and 40 minutes. If this is too sluggish for you, you’ll have to dig deeper into your wallet and purchase a separate quick-charging power supply. There’s also wireless charging on board.

With the hashtag “Circle,” Twitter is experimenting tweets for a narrower circle.

The “Circle” function essentially goes against Twitter’s primary idea, as it only allows tweets to be shared in a smaller circle.


Twitter is experimenting with a feature that goes against one of the service’s core principles: Tweets can only be shared in a smaller circle when using the “Circle” function. Twitter justified the move by saying, “Not every tweet is intended for everyone.”

“Circle” makes it easy to have private chats and form closer bonds with a small number of people. A “circle” can have up to 150 users.

Twitter has always operated in such a way that tweets are essentially public and visible to everyone. Direct messaging between users and the option to make all tweets from an account available exclusively to those approved by the profile owner are the only two exceptions thus far.

Twitter clarified that tweets published in a “circle” cannot be retweeted or shared. According to the company, the feature would be provided to a limited number of people worldwide at first.

Elon Musk, the tech billionaire, is trying to acquire Twitter. He believes that the service imposes excessive restrictions on free speech on the site. Musk and the board of directors of Twitter have agreed to a deal for roughly 44 billion dollars, but he still needs enough stockholders to want to sell him their shares. The deal is expected to be completed by the end of the year, according to Twitter and Musk.

POCO M4 5G in India

A few days after the presentation of Poco F4 GT , Xiaomi presented Poco M4 5G in India , an entry-level product but not poor in the specification. The Pro version , we recall, was presented in November last year.

To keep the price low, Poco has made a rather unusual choice: instead of abounding with cameras, which in this segment cannot necessarily be particularly performing, Poco has placed “just” two on the back so as to concentrate the efforts on the rest of the data sheet .

The result is a smartphone with a large and defined display , sufficiently fast memories, a connectivity compartment that, apart from NFC, lacks nothing and a large battery , with the plus of the IP52 certification which, despite not putting who knows how much shelter from unpleasant encounters with liquids, it is still a peace of mind that a large part of the competition cannot afford to offer.

It was made official in India where it will arrive on May 5 in three colors, Cool Blue, Power Black and Poco Yellow, at the (equivalent) price of 160 euros for the configuration with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage and 185 euros for the 6 + 128 GB.

POCO M4 5G – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Display : 6.58-inch IPS with Full HD + resolution (2,408 x 1,080 pixels) and 90 Hz refresh rate
chip : MediaTek Dimensity 700 with 2.2 GHz maximum frequency made at 7 nanometers
memories : 4 or 6 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 64 or 128 GB of UFS 2.1 storage space, expandable via microSD
cameras :
main rear: 50 MP with f / 1.8 aperture
rear depth: 2 MP f / 2.4
front: 8 MP f / 2.45
connectivity : 5G, Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, USB-C, 3.5mm audio jack input
unlock : side fingerprint reader
certification : IP52
user interface : MIUI 13 based on Android 12
battery : 5,000 mAh with 18 watt charging
dimensions and weight : 164 x 76.1 x 8.9 mm, 200 grams

Vivo confirms the chipset that will power the vivo S15e

Just before the official premiere of the S15 series, Vivo confirmed another detail about one of the models. This time it’s about the Vivo S15e and the system that will drive it.

The next generation of the S family will appear under the name of Vivo S15 and will consist of three smartphones – the basic one, the Pro and the S15eE. So far, we have learned a lot about their specifications. So it is known that the basic model will include the Snapdragon 870 chip, while the Pro variant will reach the Dimensity 8100. Only the chipset to drive the Vivo S15e remained a mystery, although we guessed it would be the Exynos system.

Now we have official confirmation that Exynos 1080 will be placed in this model. Information appeared just before the premiere, on the manufacturer’s website on the JD.com auction site. It is worth recalling that this is the same system that was included in the Chinese variant of last year’s flagship vivo X70 Pro.

Other specification details were also confirmed. So we know that the smartphone will be equipped with a maximum of 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of built-in memory. It will support fast charging with a power of 66 W, which, according to the manufacturer, will charge the smartphone 50% in just 20 minutes. It was also confirmed that the main camera will have a resolution of 50 Mpix.

We know from unofficial sources that the device is to be equipped with an OLED display with a diagonal of 6.44 inches, FullHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The selfie camera, placed in the “u” -shaped indentation, will have 16 megapixels. Leaks also revealed that the battery will offer us a capacity of 4700 mAh.

Best noise canceling headphones: Undisturbed listening

Today’s headphones are often wireless and offer active noise canceling (ANC), also known as active noise cancellation. If you are interested in that, then it is still important to find the best noise-canceling headphones. Indeed, there are quite a few.

Apple AirPods Max

With AirPods you tend to think of in-ears. The fact that the name is also used for Apple’s first headphones quickly puts you on the wrong track. All the more so because these headphones are the heaviest of all due to the use of metal parts. That makes this item very sturdy and chic. And that is also allowed, because the suggested retail price borders on insane (although the headphones are now available for under 450 euros).

Despite that high price, there are no audio and USB connections, but you have to make do with Apple’s own (obsolete) Lightning connection. In addition, you can only use the function that pauses audio as soon as you take off the headphones if you connect the AirPods Max to an Apple device.

Still, Apple has its affairs in order with the AirPods Max. The sound quality (especially on Apple devices), the noise cancellation and most importantly the ambient mode – it’s all very impressively good. Despite the weight, this also applies to wearing comfort. Also notable is that the ear cushions are magnetically attached and can be detached for cleaning.

The battery life is about seventeen hours when a playback mode is on. You can get up to twenty hours without ANC or ambient noise. There is no separate app available to set or update the headphones as desired; for this you need to connect the AirPods Max to an Apple device.

If you have an Apple device, the AirPods Max is one of the frontrunners. Still, it’s the shortcomings on non-Apple devices (such as not being able to use the best sound quality) and of course the price that prevent the AirPods Max from coming out as a test winner as the all-round best headphones.

Bose Quiet Comfort 45

If you really want to shut yourself off from the outside world with the best noise reduction, you will find Bose. The name QuietComfort has made a name for itself in that area, and with this QuietComfort 45 it is absolutely impressive.

The ANC does not press on the ears, so you do not notice that it is on. Until you take off the headphones and you are shocked by your surroundings. The only strange thing is that the noise reduction hardly differs from that of the other Bose headphones from this test. So don’t be blind to the name QuietComfort.

Yet there are differences, which you can also draw in a broader perspective. The Bose QuietComfort feels very light and vulnerable: not really worthy of a 350 euro headset. Fortunately, these fairly new headphones have already dropped in price quite a bit, we can already find them for 100 euros less than the original purchase amount.

What really counts is the wearing comfort. This is optimal thanks to the low weight and the soft ear cushions. The control buttons are also cleverly placed.

The sound quality is slightly different: where the Bose NC 700 Headphones lacked some power and intensity, it is a lot better here. Especially the bass sound is a lot fuller and more intense. Still, this Bose has to recognize its superiority in the Sony WH1000XM4, which is all-round a lot better and we discuss it further.

The battery lasts for almost a full day, which is fine since you can’t turn off the noise reduction. You can only choose between ANC and transparent mode, which amplifies the ambient noise. By the way, this transparent mode did not leave the same indelible impression on us as the noise reduction mode.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus: Qualcomm’s next high-end SoC would be engraved by TSMC

Disappointed by the yields and quality of Samsung’s EUV engraving, the American Qualcomm would have accelerated the launch of the “Plus” version of its high-end mobile chip to switch to TSMC. And offer an updated version that is more energy efficient.

The “+” version of Qualcomm’s high-end mobile processor could be more than a small update this year. While Qualcomm has been offering a slightly refined version of its SoC in the middle/end of the year for a few years, the American would have advanced the launch schedule of its Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus to May for quality reasons.

After years at TSMC, Qualcomm trusted Samsung last year for the 4 nm EUV engraving of its Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. However, in addition to yields that would not satisfy Qualcomm (some rumors report 35% at Samsung and 70% at TSMC), the first tests also show that the chip heats up too much, and too quickly. Not all 4nm prints are created equal, and TSMC still seems to be the king in all areas.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus should therefore be less subject to rapid temperature rises and offer additional battery power thanks to more measured energy consumption. Which does not fail to raise the question of its integration into the terminals. In the past, the “plus” versions have often found themselves in somewhat less luxurious terminals – Realme X3 Superzoom . But it would seem fashionable here that the current flagships – Oppo Find X5 Pro, etc. – can also benefit from updates in order to be not only better equipped, but also more powerful and more sober.

Qualcomm should take advantage of the announcement of mid-range SoCs (Snapdragon 7xx?) in May to formalize the launch of this Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus. According to some sources, some (non-European?) versions of the next Galaxy Fold 4 and Flip 4 could feature this new chip.

Vivo S15e Comes With Fast Charging

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Vivo announces the premiere of another medium-harbinger – Vivo S15e.

On its website, the manufacturer revealed the appearance of the phone. There will be three color versions to choose from, and the characteristic feature of smartphones will be a large, rectangular camera holder with two lens glasses. However, the cameras will be triple, while in the front we will see a screen with a droplet note. The banner revealed by Vivo indicates that the Vivo S15e will have a battery charging system working with a power of 66 W.

In the website, there has mentioned a processor made from the 5 nm lithographic process. Most likely it will be the Samsung Exynos 1080. It is also known that the processor will be supported by the memory in the set of 12 + 256 GB – but it is not known if it will be the only proposition. I suspect not. It is also unofficially known that Vivo S15e will receive a 4700 mAh battery, and the display of this phone will have a 6.44 inch diagonal. Everything will be closed in a case with a thickness of 8.49 mm. The premiere was announced on April 25.