The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE in photographs:
it's showcasing in France is visualized - MWC 2019 

Xiaomi not just declared the Mi 9 & Mi Mix 3 5G, they additionally disclosed the Mi 9 SE. We could approach him and we discussed it with Xiaomi.

"SE" does not necessarily mean lightened at Xiaomi, this Mi 9 SE is more like the Galaxy S10e for the Galaxy S10. Its format is more compact and features less interesting than those of the Mi 9, but it is nonetheless interesting because of its low price.

The big difference with the Mi 9 is the presence of the Snapdragon 712 instead of the Snapdragon 855. It is a variant of the Snapdragon 710, the expected performance will be below the Mi 9. It could be expected.

It takes the three cameras at the back with the 48-megapixel sensor, the ultra-wide edge and a 8-megapixel fax zoom. The battery limit is 3,070 mAh and the most extreme charge is 18 W. Its charging rate will in this way not achieve that of the Mi 9: it tends to be evaluated at 1 hour 30 minutes the total charge against 1 hour for the Mi 9. 

Its 5.94-inch screen is in FHD + definition (2,340 x 1,080 pixels), and it cheerfully profits by Samsung's AMOLED innovation. At its little cost, it is a fascinating component that will face the Galaxy A50. The tear molded score is additionally moderately unpretentious.

That is not all, however. We've had another piece of information about this event for quite a while. XDA Recognized Developer yshalsager, the engineer behind XiaomiFirmwareUpdater, found the presence of a "grus_global" part of MIUI. "Grus" is the codename of Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, and the "worldwide" postfix dependably alludes to the MIUI Global ROM. 

In this way, it's normal to expect the organization is dealing with conveying MIUI 10 Global to the gadget, which implies that Xiaomi may bring this gadget outside of China. The cell phone's cost changes from around 1999 to 2299 Yuan (~262 to 302 Euros) in China, thus we expect that any European dispatch won't vary too altogether from that value run. That may provide us some insight of an estimated European cost of Mi 9 SE in the event that it ever dispatches all inclusive.

Where to buy the Honor 9 Lite at The Best Price? 
The Best Offers !!!

Honor 9 Lite, Honor 9's little brother, has been available on the market since February 7, 2018. You were waiting for a price cut to buy it at the best price? Follow the guide for the best deal possible.

The Honor 9 Lite is positioned as the affordable version of the Honor 9. Available for a year now, it offers a rather pleasant design and incorporates a 5.65-inch screen, with a definition Full HD + and an 18: 9 ratio, which we had enjoyed the display quality. Its SoC Kirin 659 with 3 GB RAM provides sufficient performance for classic use.

It also embeds a dual photo sensor of 13 and 2 megapixels present both in the back to the front that can take good shots, provided you are in good conditions. Its 3000 mAh battery offers a very good autonomy.

For more details, do not hesitate to consult our test. We were pleasantly surprised by its design and display quality.

The Honor 9 Lite boasts a double-sided 2.5D glass, adding to its beauty. Watch movies, play games or shop online - every day will be displayed in high definition on the 14.35 cm (5.65 '') FHD + display. The phone packs up to 13 MP + 2 MP dual-lens rear camera system and PDAF fast focus for picture-perfect photos. Featuring a Kirin 659 octa-core processor, this phone is great for you, and it plays well when you're playing resource-heavy games. Its 3000mAh battery makes it easy for you to have a single charge.

Product Description

Take phone-photography to the next level with the Honor 9 Lite. FHD + display, this smartphone is not only a great way to capture life's best moments, but it's just as easy to see in a picture-perfect clarity.

Face Unlock

The Honor 9 Lite unlocks every day with a face recognition feature. That's not all, it's all about it, thanks to its privacy notification feature.

Where to buy the Honor 9 Lite at the best price?

Amazon  177 €
Rakuten 143 €
Electro Dépôt  149 €
Cdiscount 169 €
Baker  179 €

LG V50 ThinQ: a first 5G Smartphone, And Almost Collapsible

LG took advantage of the MWC 2019 to present its new range of smartphones. Among them, the V50 ThinQ, the first of the brand to be compatible with 5G networks, and with a "foldable" design. More or less.

During the MWC 2019, LG did not introduce that G8 ThinQ, its smartphone with vein detection. The South Korean manufacturer also took the opportunity to present the V50 ThinQ. If the range is accustomed to novelties wacky, it is finally the G8 that has marked the spirits with its scanner veins, but the V50 is not traditional so far.

5G and high end

The LG V50 ThinQ is first and foremost presented as the first 5G smartphone of the brand and therefore serves as a flagship for this technology on all booths of the MWC 2019. As a result, the V50 is the perfect representative of 2019 and its record technique is up to it:

Snapdragon 855
5G Snapdragon X50 Modem
6.4-inch QHD + OLED display
6 GB of RAM
128 GB of storage
Triple APN:
Standard 12 Mpx (F1.5 / 1.4μm / 78˚)
Telephoto 12 Mpx (F2.4 / 1.0μm / 45˚)
Wide angle 16 MP (F1.9 / 1.0μm / 107˚)
Double front camera (8 + 5 Mpx)
Android 9 Pie
Bluetooth 5.0
159.2 x 76.1 x 8.3 mm for 183 g
We also find the usual fingerprint sensor, facial recognition, IP68 certification and fast charging, but also a 32-bit Quad-DAC and compatibility DTS: X 3D Surround, a specialty of LG.

A hinged accessory
But one of the biggest features of the LG V50 ThinQ, it is ultimately not the smartphone itself, but its accessory that serves as a second screen. Like Asus on the ROG Phone, LG is launching a protective shell with a 6.1-inch FHD + screen for a wider gaming area.

This accessory is indeed oriented towards the middle of gaming with the ability to display more touch controls and thus simulate a gamepad a little larger. While Samsung and Huawei have not hesitated to draw their foldable smartphones (the Galaxy Fold and the Mate X), LG offers here an alternative, but reminiscent of the much disappointing ZTE Axon M.

Price and release date of the LG V50 ThinQ are not yet known, but we imagine that it will not be available in France.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be presented before the MWC 2019 for fear of Huawei

Samsung is now afraid of Huawei. The manufacturer would have decided to present its Samsung Galaxy S10 one week before the MWC 2019, so as to avoid the shadow that would make him the collapsible smartphone of the Chinese manufacturer.

Update (4:22 pm): Samsung has at long last affirmed the date of introduction of its future Galaxy S10. It will happen before the CES on February 20 to be exact. 

Samsung has not had an extraordinary year 2018. Unexpectedly: its outcomes have fallen, the blame of Chinese contenders perpetually forceful. 

The first of them is none other than Huawei, which shot with the P20 Pro and the Mate 20 Pro stole the show in its Galaxy S9 and Note 9. For 2019, the Korean maker would be prepared. 

The Samsung Unpacked Galaxy S10 would be progressed 

As per another report from the Korean paper The Korea Herald, revealed by Phone Arena, Samsung has chosen to propel its occasion The Unpacked declaring its future Galaxy S10. It will happen seven days before Mobile World Congress 2019, presumably between February eighteenth and 21st. 

The reason set forward would be that the manufacturer fears that Huawei will obscure it once more. It appears that the Chinese brand has intended to introduce its first collapsible cell phone at the Barcelona appear, with the goal that it would be a colossal shadow to its rivals by unadulterated declaration impact. 

Not any more nodding off 

This report is clearly to take with a great deal of tweezers, yet does not appear similarly as capillotracté. In 2019, Samsung should now be modest, its position number one in the versatile market is never again as immovably moored as previously. 

No all the more laying on its shrubs and disregarding its rivals. For this situation, if this methodology is demonstrated, it would enable him to ensure a frontal and reasonable duel with the adversary whose Samsung can never again overlook the strikes. 

With respect to collapsible cell phones, Samsung affirmed at CES 2019 that its Galaxy F was prepared to go into generation and would turn out amid the principal half of 2019. This is another new field that it should battle, however its lead should give it a specific favorable position.

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Oppo's x10 zoom: the first smartphone equipped soon - MWC 2019

Oppo has already organized a conference just before the start of the MWC 2019. The manufacturer was able to unveil that its solution lossless x10 zoom will arrive on the smartphone market in the second quarter.

For a few weeks now, Oppo has been highlighting its clever triple photo sensor for smartphones to achieve a lossless x10 zoom. Where this technology is impressive is that thanks to a periscope system, the photo module is only very thick and almost does not exceed the smartphone.

Upstream of the MWC 2019, Oppo had shared a video demonstrating its technology and we could indeed see how the zoom x10 allowed to admire small details on the facade of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.

However, this Saturday, February 23, the Chinese company held a press conference in the Catalan capital, just before the kickoff of the Mobile World Congress. Oppo took the opportunity to talk more about its X10 zoom.

The opportunity to remember that the triple camera proudly unveiled is composed of a 48-megapixel main sensor, an ultra-wide angle (120 degrees) and a telephoto lens. With these three cameras, Oppo promises to enjoy a focal length of 16-160mm.

Available Soon !!!

This famous triple photo sensor at x10 zoom can already be mass produced, says Oppo. The manufacturer takes the opportunity to also slip that this technology will arrive on the market in the second quarter of 2019.It remains to be seen what will be the smartphone that will benefit. In this respect, the brand remained very discreet and contented itself with displaying a simple darkened silhouette of a phone whose identity remains secret for the moment.


Android Oreo is the 8th version of the Android system. This update was named Android O, until the announcement of the final version on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Among the main novelties of Android 8.0, we notice the arrival of the picture-in-picture which resumes the same functioning as on Android TV, a management of the notification by typology, a management of the multi-task better managed, as well as a faster system startup than Android.

Android 8.0 update Oreo: The list of compatible Smartphones And Tablets

Android O is already available on some Google devices and manufacturers are starting to announce which devices will be updated. Here is a list of smartphones and tablets that are or will be compatible with Android O.

Officialized in March 2017, the Android 8.0 Oreo version is available from the first day in Developer Preview. This update brings new aesthetic as well as some features like the picture-in-picture, or the management of codes received by SMS. August 21, 2017, Google has officialized the name, it will be: Android 8.0 Oreo.

The final update is available, AOSP is up to date, the builders have started to announce the devices that will be updated. Here is the list! Note however that only the terminals confirmed by the manufacturers are mentioned here. This does not mean that those who do not appear in this table will not be updated, just that the manufacturer in question has not yet communicated on it.

All devices

Devices Updated to Android O


Asus Zenfone 3 (full range) ZE552KL Updated
Asus Zenfone 4 (full range) Available by mid 2018 with ZenUI 4.0

Asus Zenfone 4 Max Android 8.1 available


KeyOne Scheduled Update
Essential Phone Android 8.1 available


Nexus 5X Android 8.1 available
Nexus 6P Android 8.1 available
Nexus Player Android 8.1 available
Pixel C Android 8.1 available
Pixel Android 8.1 available
Pixel XL Android 8.1 available


Honor 9 Update available (February 2018)
Honor 8 Pro Update available (February 2018)
Honor 8 Beta underway in China
Honor 7X Update available (May 2018)
Honor 6X Beta underway in China
Honor V9 Deployment in China


HTC 10 Update available (January 2018)
HTC U11 Update available (November 2018)
HTC U11 Life Update available (December 2018)
HTC U Ultra Update available (April 2018)


Mate 9 Update Available
P10 / P10 Plus Update Available
P9 / P9 Plus Beta underway in China
Mate 8 Beta underway in China
Nova 2 / Nova 2 Plus Update Available
P10 Lite Beta in progress
P8 Lite 2017 Update Available

Lenovo Motorola

Moto Z / Z Droid Updated (Fall 2017)
Moto Z Force Updated (Fall 2017)
Z Play Moto / Z Play Droid Updated (Fall 2017)
Moto Z2 Play Updated (Fall 2017)
Moto Z2 Force Updated (Fall 2017)
Moto X4 Android 8.1 Oreo deployed on the Android One version.
Moto G4 Plus Update Available
Moto G5 Android 8.1 available
Moto G5 Plus Android 8.1 Available
Moto G5s Android 8.1 Available
Moto G5s Plus Android 8.1 Available


LG G6 Update Available
LG V30 Update available (December 2017)


Nokia 2 Update available (beta 8.1 in progress)
Nokia 3 Update Available
Nokia 5 Update Available
Nokia 6 Update Available
Nokia 6.1 or 6 (2018) Update Available
Nokia 7 Update Available
Nokia 8 Current update (November 27)


OnePlus 3 Android 8.1 scheduled for mid-2018
OnePlus 3T Android 8.1 scheduled for mid-2018
OnePlus 5 Android 8.1 available
OnePlus 5T Android 8.1 available
Razer Phone Android 8.1 available

Galaxy A8 / A8 + (2018) Update in Russia
Galaxy J7 2018 Update Available
Galaxy Note 8 Update available (January 2018)
Galaxy S6 End of life
Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Update Available
Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus Update Available


Xperia Touch Update Available
Xperia X Update Available
Xperia X Compact Update Available
Xperia X Performance Update available (November 2017)
Xperia XA1 Update Available
Xperia XA1 Plus Update Available
Xperia XA1 Ultra Update Available
Xperia XZ Update available (November 2017)
Xperia XZs Update available (November 2017)
Xperia XZ Premium Update available (October 2017)


Mi A1 Update available
Mi Mix Update available
Mi Mix 2 Update Available
Mi 5 Update Available
Mid 5s / 5s Plus Update Available
Mi 6 Update Available
Mi Note 2 Update available
Mi Note 3 Update Available


Axon 7 Update Available

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to receive Android 9.0 Pie and One UI

After the Galaxy S8 and S8 + yesterday, it is the turn of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to receive the update Android 9.0 Pie. This one is being deployed, and brings with it the One UI interface.
What, are you too busy drooling on the new Galaxy S10 and S10 +? We understand you, but that does not mean that you should abandon your Samsung smartphones of previous generations.
The manufacturer continues to deploy Android 9.0 Pie and its new One UI interface. After the Galaxy S8 and S8 + yesterday, the Galaxy Note 8 to be able to enjoy today, joining the list of terminals chewed in the last candy Google.

Android 9.0 Pie update deployed on Galaxy Note 8

Alexis from our Facebook community warns us that the deployment of the Android 9.0 Pie update on the Galaxy Note 8 has started. The update weighs a good 1.9 GB: allow a little time to download and install.

The real star of the show is obviously the new UI interface that has conquered Omar on the Galaxy Note 9. Among its many new features, we particularly note the availability of a dark theme for the entire interface. But that's not all .

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