As per the reports emitting out of the world wide web I came to know that Xiaomi’s new flagship killer Mi 8 has actually killed some flagships in form of Galaxy S9+ and iPhone X, as far as the camera department is concerned. Xiaomi will be launching Mi 8 in China on 31 May, 2018. There are some of the opinion that it will be a China specific device only but majority of the tech world is of the opinion that it will be available in other countries too. So stay tuned on UB7 to know the exact launch date and price for Mi 8 in India.
Domain registrars most of the times charge a hefty fee for complementary services such as WhoIs privacy which is used for masking public details of your domain name such as your name and address. In some cases the cost of WhoIs privacy service is more than the cost of the domain itself.
Truly speaking it is a very profitable venture for domain registrars. But this entire model got disrupted recently when EU (European Union) decided to go ahead with GDPR implementation in which it is illegal to publicly show someone’s personal information. This is particularly applicable for EU residents but it has made its impact beyond that. Registrars are now forced to show truncated version of whois to the public. So for end users like us it is a sort of free privacy forever.
Rumors as you all know are not to be trusted particularly if they are coming from a person behind the social networking site Twitter. But as the time passes these people behind the twitter started to gain prominence when their predictions started to become reality. Similar is the case with the twitter handle called as Ice Universe who recently only tweeted that Samsung is planning to launch next generation Galaxy Note 9 with 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage.
After seeing that tweet I am also little bit shocked because of the fact that how Samsung can pack 8 GB RAM into such a small SOC but at the same time I am excited too as it will be boon for those apps which are RAM heavy. What will be its other specs? Well at this time we are not quite sure but stay tuned.
As you all know from my previous post on Honor 10 that it is now exclusively available for sale on Flipkart in India at a price tag of Rs. 33,000. The device specs are listed in the other article but the most interesting part of the device is its SOC Kirin 970. SOC or System On A Chip is considered to be the heart of any electronic device. High end Android smartphones normally use Qualcomm SOC’s and in Samsung’s case Exynos SOC but in case Huawei it is using their in house developed SOC known as Kirin 970.
I may not have written much about Huawei’s smartphones in the past but they sure are getting more and more interesting as the time passes. Huawei is known to be investing heavily in AI and it is at the forefront in China to do the same. It is investing heavily in the field of AI because of the fact that AI is going to be the game changer of tomorrow.