This analysis allowed us to compare or discover new manufacturers, sub-assemblies, and ICs we have found in the consumer device market with components and brands found in the business-focused ThinkSmart Hub.
Motorola promotes the motorola edge X30 phone as having “the fastest speeds, the highest resolution smartphone camera, the loudest audio, and the boldest display.” So what technology is there to find behind the claims? TechInsights quick teardown answers some of these questions.
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Qualcomm recently officially released the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 which is using 5LPE process technology and is therefore likely based on the Snapdragon 888 made with the Samsung 5LPE process. Based on their announcement and previous analyses, we have reached some key findings.
The new fitness wearable WHOOP 4.0 leverages a next-generation battery anode technology, which has the potential to raise the bar in the very competitive fitness and health monitoring market where major players such as FitBit, Xiaomi, and Apple lead.
At the beginning of September we were pondering the rumors about a Samsung 5G modem that was predicted to show up on the US shores in the form of the 5G implementation solution for the yet to be released Google Pixel 6.
CMOS image sensors (CIS) have continued to evolve in response to performance requirements of current applications of Smartphone Imaging, Security Surveillance, Biometrics, Automotive and Depth Sensing and Ranging.
What's inside the Google Pixel 6 Pro Teardown? Contributing authors: Stacy Wegner, Daniel Yang, Radu Trandafir, Aakash Jani The much anticipated Google Pixel 6 Pro has arrived in our lab for teardown. This one took us some time to find! The phone