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Why do I need a radio module in the phone
The radio module in the mobile phone plays a crucial role. Its task is to receive and transmit network signals, i.e. it is thanks to him that you can make and receive calls, messages, use mobile Internet.
The radio module itself occupies a modest area on the motherboard. Interference, marriage during the installation of the module, the presence in the immediate vicinity of large metal elements impair the quality of signal transmission.
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Today, smartphones with a screen of 5 inches are actively losing their popularity. Just a few years ago, five-inch phones were at the peak of their fame, and it would seem that an even larger screen would make the gadget uncomfortable, but everything changed. Such displays were replaced by new technologies and devices with 6-inch screens. Stereotypes about huge uncomfortable “shovels” began to recede into the past, for which there are justified explanations.
The new models of smartphones 2019 are strikingly different from their counterparts, released years earlier, in addition to the wide functionality, the devices demanded immediately have a slim body, and the frame around the screen takes up the smallest possible space. Thus, due to the optimization of dimensions, reduction of frames and thickness, current models, having a large six-inch display, do not differ in width and height from their predecessors, which had a slightly smaller screen diagonal. Continue reading
Poco today introduced the X2 model, which was the first project after the “lord of speed” Pocophone F1. As expected, the new product has become a kind of clone of Redmi K30 4G. This also applies to the design with a quad-camera stylized as a coin acceptor, and a dual front-facing screen and Gorilla Glass 5 on both sides, and the composition of the camera itself with a 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 sensor at the head, and hardware with a Snapdragon 730G at the base. Poco repeated the 120-Hz display with Full HD + resolution (aspect ratio 20: 9) and HDR10 support, and even promised to support high refresh rates in gaming applications, which the Redmi K30 4G cannot boast of. Despite the independence of the Poco brand, not the creation of Redmi will begin to “kill” the new Pocophone. During the presentation, a parallel was drawn between the Poco X2 and Realme X2. It is them that we will compare today. Go! Continue reading