Vivo Y91C- Perfect gift for your mother

At the age of fifties, many of the women are still used to using the phone  only with the function of listening and calling. Many people use the old smartphone. If your mother is among these, buy her a new smartphone as a surprise present for March 8.

The taste of  using  phone of the previous generation is different from us. You do not need to buy expensive high-end smartphones, just easy to use, soft price is pleasing to all mothers. Vivo Y91C will meet all requirements, not only for young people but also for parents.

SUPER THIN,  PRICE IS NOT HIGH

Vivo Y91C opened exclusively for sale on the Mobile World from March 3 with an inexpensive price: less than 200$. The price is so attractive, so this model attract 10,300 customers booked within 2 days and “sold out” as soon as it was on the shelf.  Vivo Y91C is a perfect gift for your mother on this day.

BIG SCREEN, EASY TO WATCH

Vivo Y91C is equipped with advanced Halo FullView screen, the back has the ability to transfer unique gradient colors. Designing unbody with stylish thin edges for a pretty hand-held feel. But most importantly, the screen is up to 6.22 inches in size with HD + resolution. Parents with poor eyes are also easier to see and manipulate than regular phones.

STRONG BATTERY, USING FOR MANY DAYS

The 4,030 mAh is indeed an impressive number compared to Vivo Y91C’s low price. Moreover, the device is also equipped with a “super battery saver” feature, which helps parents rest assured long-term use even when forget charging.It is rare for you to not get in touch with your mother because the phone is down.

The generation gap cannot prevent you from guiding your mother to try some modern features on Vivo Y91C. For example, convenient face unlock feature, instead of entering a long password string. Both mother and child can also take a selfie with automatic face beautification mode, or remotely take pictures with voice and gestures …

Meizu launches the world’s most exotic smartphone

Meizu Zero launches: No physical keys, no ports, no SIM slots


The Meizu Zero is the first smartphone in the world to have a unibody 3D design without a button and physical connection.
Because there is no charging port, Meizu Zero will charge the battery through Super mCharge 18W wireless charging technology (equivalent to 18W fast charging) and the device also has no screen notch.

Thanks to audio technology from mSound 2.0 screen and sound transmission sensor, Meizu replaced the voice and microphone speakers on Zero phones. The company said users can hold the phone upside down and still make calls.
This technology was first applied on the Xiaomi Mi Mix. However, due to technical limitations, the sound quality on this product was not good. Meizu said Zero has used the new improved version for loud and clear sound quality.

The Meizu Zero is equipped with an embedded optical fingerprint sensor under a 5.99-inch OLED display, the size and weight of the device have not been disclosed but the company says it is very thin and light.

Instead of using a physical SIM card, the Meizu Zero uses eSIM inside, the two left sides must have a linear mEngine engine replacing physical buttons such as volume and source. IP68-compliant phones can submerge in water for up to 2 hours 30 minutes.

The Meizu Zero supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, so users can use wireless headsets to listen to music.

The Meizu Zero uses Snapdragon 845 chip, the rear dual camera Sony IMX350 12 MP + Sony IMX350 20 MP, and the 20 MP selfie camera on the front, runs Android 9 Pie with Flyme 7 and One Mind AI Engine interface.

The Meizu Zero is black and white, but its date of releasing and the price has not been announced by the company yet.

Forbes states that the Meizu Zero is difficult to use for basic users and and more exposing on technology.

Huawei P30 with oxymoronic design is revealed

Beautiful is the comment of a lot of people when seeing the latest leak images of Huawei‘s next high-end smartphone.
Continuing the successful design of its predecessor in early 2018, the P30 Pro still seems to express the luxury of the P20 Pro, with a smaller notch. But this design may not be really appealing, the main feature of the product proves that smartphone manufacturers can cram more cameras into their small handsets.

Huawei is always proud of the camera on its products. Although not the first company to launch dual camera trends, the company actually makes good use of dual camera setup and improve images quality. The company made a leap to 3 cameras with P20 Pro. While Samsung is the first company to launch a 4-camera smartphone, the P30 Pro will make a big difference in quality.

According to rumors, only three of the four cameras on the back of the P30 Pro can actually be usable. The fourth camera is reported to be the ToF sensor commonly used for 3D mapping in VR and AR. Strangely, this seems to be a new popular feature on many Chinese phones, but no company can take full advantage of it.

The leaked images also showed a strange change on the face of the phone. The wide Notch of the P20 Pro will cease to exist and be replaced by a single U-shaped teardrop-shaped notch. This leads to many questions about whether the P30 Pro has advanced 3D face recognition sensor?

The design of the Huawei P30 Pro is admittedly beautiful but the sensor length on the back of it almost starts to become ridiculous. When Nokia 9 with the penta lens is coming, this trend is hard to end and then many questions arised: when is the number of back lenses is enough? We are really don’t know