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It has been said that Apple has been working on a microLED screen for a long time and will use this screen on its smart watch. However, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated that microLED and Apple Watch were canceled. Details are in our news…

Ming-Chi Kuo in his new research report Apple’s microLED Apple WatchHe said he canceled and shelved it. According to Kuo, Apple made this decision because microLED does not add significant value to the smart watch and its high production cost.

After Apple’s cancellation decision, many people from the microLED development team were laid off. Currently, there do not appear to be any projects related to microLED. This situation caused a major setback for the Cupertino-based company. As a result, the company wanted to make its products more competitive and go one step ahead of its competitors with new generation display technology. It was also said in old reports that microLED could come to iPhone and iPad after Apple Watch.

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Osram was supplying special LED chip for microLED. The cooperation between Apple and Osram was also terminated. This shows that Apple does not have a plan to mass produce microLED on its agenda.

A few days ago, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman announced that after 10 years of work and millions of dollars in development costs, Apple has given up on the electric vehicle business, and the 2000 people working on the car have been shifted to artificial intelligence projects.

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Huawei Band 9 will be released today

Huawei Band 9, the last of Huawei’s smart bracelet series, is preparing to be released. The device, which is called a fitness band, will be released for the first time in the company’s homeland, China, today – April 12.

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Huawei Band 9, the last of Huawei’s smart bracelet series, is preparing to be released. The device, which is called a fitness band, will be released for the first time in the company’s homeland, China, today – April 12.

Although the popularity of smart watches has slightly reduced the popularity of smart bracelets, developments in this sector continue. We can see this clearly in Huawei Band 9. The smart bracelet has a rectangular form factor with a round screen and a side button for convenience, while it is 8.9 mm thick and is very light, weighing only 14 grams. It has a 1.47 inch AMOLED display and is water resistant up to 5ATM. Thanks to its AMOLED screen, it can also perform the Always On Display function without tiring the battery too much.

Huawei Band 9

The smart bracelet has a maximum battery life of 14 days in normal use and 9 days in maximum use. Charging takes approximately 45 minutes to fully charge the battery. Huawei Band 9, TruSleep 4.0 for detailed sleep analysis, to monitor heart health ppg It offers more than 100 sports modes for health and wellness enthusiasts with features such as sensor and TruRelax for stress management. It also includes dedicated tracking for menstrual cycles and a new nine-axis sensor that accurately measures swimming and daily activities.

The device uses Bluetooth 5.3 for connection and is compatible with Android phones running Android 9.0 and above, as well as iPhones running iOS 11 and above. It will be on sale with a 36 Euro tag with two alternatives: fluoroelastomer strap and special woven nylon strap.

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Countdown has begun for Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024

Samsung will launch its new smart watch soon. Important information has emerged about the features of the smart watch, which is expected to be released under the name Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024.

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Samsung will launch its new smart watch soon. Important information has emerged about the features of the smart watch, which is expected to be released under the name Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024 was actually going to be released under the name Galaxy Watch FE, according to previous information. According to the latest leaked information, this name will not be used. As the name suggests, the device will be a renewed version of the first modern Wear OS smartwatch released in 2021.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024 is expected to come with the same design as the one launched in 2021. At the moment, we’re not sure if it will be available originally in two sizes (40mm and 44mm) and cellular variants. As for the build, the wearable is supposed to have an aluminum frame and Gorilla Glass DX+ protection for the display. It will be IP68 rated (dust and water resistant) and MIL-STD-810G compliant and will use a 20mm strap.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 2024

The device is expected to have a circular Super AMOLED display with AOD (Alway-on Display) support. There will be two physical buttons and multiple buttons such as heart rate, SpO2, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass and barometer. to the sensor Will have. The original 2021 model is powered by an Exynos W920 SoC, but the upcoming 2024 model may or may not feature this chip. It is expected to use the same chip as the other latest Samsung wearable chip found in the Xihaz Galaxy Watch 6 series (e.g. Exynyos W930).
Galaxy Watch 4 2024 will likely launch One UI 5.0 based on Wear OS 4.0. Software support for the re-released model is expected to last until 2028, compared to 2025 for the original that launched in 2021, as the company has promised four years of updates for its smartwatches.

Huawei’s new smart watches will come with a brand new technology

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Razer BlackShark V2 Pro launched

Razer has expanded its product range with the new Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless headset models developed specifically for PlayStation and Xbox players.

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Razer has expanded its product range with the new Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless headset models developed specifically for PlayStation and Xbox players.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is designed to further enhance the gaming and e-sports experience of players with superior sound quality and communication features. The new headset model offered for PlayStation users promises a deeper and more impressive sound experience with PS5’s Tempest 3D AudioTech technology. Xbox users can access a version specifically designed for Xbox One, Series X/S and PCs running Windows 10-11, compatible with Windows Sonic and Spatial Audio. Both headphone models offer a wide sound range. Razer’s It includes TriForce Titanium 50mm drivers and a detachable HyperClear Super Wideband Microphone.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro’s connection options include HyperSpeed ​​wireless technology equipped with Bluetooth 5.2 and USB-C port. The headphones, available in black and white color options, are listed on Razer’s official website with a price tag of $ 199.99 or 219.99 euros. For those looking for a more budget-friendly option, Razer has updated the BlackShark V2 X model. This economical option, priced at $49.99 or £49.99, does not feature wireless connectivity. However, many premium features such as large 50 mm drivers and noise cancellation are retained.

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