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Moondrop MIAD01 phone specs

>Mediatek Dimensity 7050 8-core processor

>Cortex-A78 processors clocked up to 2.6GHz

>Cortex-A55 processors clocked 2.0GHz

>12G LPDDR4x RAM

>256G UFS3.1 flash storage

>Storage Expansion Card: up to 2TB capacity

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>6.7-inch flexible OLED curved screen

>1080P Resolution

>120Hz high refresh rates

>1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming

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>4.4mm fully balanced +3.5mm SE

>Flagship decoding chip

>Gold-sinking independent audio circuit . >Independently LDO supply

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>5000mAh battery capacity, 33W PD fast charging (Data provided by MOONDROP's Laboratory Centre: It offers 27H Ultra-long Battery Life (DSD, 4.4mm Bal output) )

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>64 megapixel HD dual-camera

>32 megapixel front camera

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>Stock Android

>202 g, 9.15 mm thick at the thinnest point

>¥2499 (~345 USD)

>Launches April 25

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Right to repair: Making repair easier and more appealing to consumers [EU]
www.europarl.europa.eu Right to repair: Making repair easier and more appealing to consumers | News | European Parliament

The new rules reinforce the right to repair, aim to reduce waste and bolster the repair sector by making it easier and more cost-effective to repair goods.

Right to repair: Making repair easier and more appealing to consumers  | News | European Parliament
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Android 15 will make it easier to deal with notification clutter
www.androidauthority.com Android 15 will make it easier to deal with notification clutter

Android 15 will hide unused notification channels by default, making it easier to manage notifications from apps with lots of channels.

Android 15 will make it easier to deal with notification clutter
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Mishaal Rahman: Google confirms that Android is switching to VideoLAN's libdav1d decoder for AV1 video playback!
androiddev.social Mishaal Rahman (@[email protected])

Attached: 1 image Google confirms that Android is switching to VideoLAN's libdav1d decoder for AV1 video playback! I first reported back in February that Google plans to roll out a Play System Update that enables libdav1d as Android's default AV1 software decoder. Yesterday, Arif Dikici, Software...

Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman@androiddev.social)
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Android 15 may be able to quarantine misbehaving apps
www.androidauthority.com Android 15 may be able to quarantine misbehaving apps

Android 15 could introduce a new way for the system to protect users from misbehaving apps: by quarantining them.

Android 15 may be able to quarantine misbehaving apps
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Here's a first look at the Android Satellite Pointing UI
t.me Google News | En

Here's a first look at the Android Satellite Pointing UI. While texting with emergency services via satellite, you will need to keep your phone pointed at the satellite. And Google has prepared a special UI for this purpose. To connect via satellite, you need to "move your phone to center the sate...

Google News | En
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Android 15 could update your phone's NFC stack through Google Play
www.androidheadlines.com Android 15 could update your phone's NFC stack through Google Play

In Android 15, your phone's NFC stack could receive updates directly from Google through the Play Store. Here's why that's important.

Android 15 could update your phone's NFC stack through Google Play
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Android 15 will let you set a default wallet app
www.androidheadlines.com Android 15 will let you change your default wallet app, something that iOS lacks

Android 15 is preparing to let you change the wallet app used to store your credit and loyalty cards, car keys, and other digital cards.

Android 15 will let you change your default wallet app, something that iOS lacks
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Exclusive: Sony Xperia 1 VI Massive Leak; Specs, 360° Video & 5K Renders
www.androidheadlines.com Sony's next smartphone could dethrone Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra

Get a sneak peek at the design of the upcoming Sony Xperia 1 VI, complete with 5K renders and a 360-degree video. Discover what's in store for the 6.5-inch display and triple-rear camera.

Sony's next smartphone could dethrone Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra
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Mishaal Rahman and I have hands-on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. Ask us anything!
  • If you're still fine using your S8 by all means, no reason to upgrade. The point I was trying to make was that the storage issue was misinformation.

    What it boiled down to was two main things: the device showing the advertised storage converted from GB to GiB but displayed as GB, and users not granting the proper permission for the Device Care causing storage taken up by apps to be lumped into the system storage. Samsung later updated devices so users wouldn't be confused.

  • Mishaal Rahman and I have hands-on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. Ask us anything!
  • Both materials feel cool to the touch when initially held. I'd say the titanium is a bit more grippier which might be relevant if you like to use your phone without a case.

    The colours are matched more on the back and frame for the S24/+ compared to the S24U.

  • Mishaal Rahman and I have hands-on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. Ask us anything!
  • One UI doesn't use that much more space compared to other skins if you judge by the size of the super partition. Unfortunately, ArsTechnica jumped the gun on the topic without doing proper research.

    I'll edit this comment later with a list of pre-installed apps on the US unlocked model later.

    Edit: List of pre-installed apps on the (* denotes it can be uninstalled)

    -In the Google folder: Google, Chrome, Gmail, Maps, YouTube, Drive*, Google TV*, Meet. And Photos*.

    -In the Microsoft folder: LinkedIn*, Microsoft 365*, OneDrive, and Outlook*.

    -In the Samsung folder: Find*, Health*, Members*, Messages, My Files, PENUP*, Shop Samsung*, SmartThings*, TV*, Voice Recorder*, Wearable*.

    Apps outside the folder: Assistant, Calculator*, Calendar*, Camera, Clock*, Contacts, Facebook*, Gallery, Gaming Hub*, Global Goals*, Internet, Messages, Netflix*, News, Notes*, Phone, Play Store, Settings, Spotify*, Store, Tips*, Wallet*, and YouTube Music*.

  • Mishaal Rahman rant: Google Play's warning that users can't download certain apps because they're "made for an older version of Android" has issues.
  • APKMirror is a great option as alluded in the post, but it doesn't have every single app, and it's limited to free apps.

    Aurora Store is a good option too, but you can only get free apps with an anonymous account. Those accounts are often rate limited as well.

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