Honor Releases Magic V Flip Folding Screen Phone & Other News

Honor Releases Magic V Flip Folding Screen Phone

June 13, Honor released Magic V Flip folding screen phone. Machine unfolding thickness 7.15mm, folded state 14.89mm, equipped with Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 processor, 12GB RAM, ROM has 256GB, 512GB, 1TB three specifications. The outer screen is a 4.0-inch LTPO OLED screen with a global maximum brightness of 1600nit; the inner screen is 6.8 inches with a local peak brightness of 3000nit; both the inner and outer screens support a maximum 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. Equipped with Honor’s self-developed RF enhancement chip C1+, Lupin hinge and 4800mAh Qinghai Lake battery, supporting 66W wired super fast charging.

Insta360 Announces Insta360 GO 3S Camera

On June 13, Insta360 announced the Insta360 GO 3S tiny camera. The camera body weighs 39g, has 64G/128G memory, and comes in black and white. It supports up to 4K 30fps/1080p 200fps recording, supports “Natural Wide Angle” FOV option, can be switched between horizontal and vertical shooting, supports Apple Find My network, and the waterproof performance is upgraded to 10m.

Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, Lenovo Ask Developers to Complete Android 15 Integration

The Gold Standard Alliance (GSA) issued a post on the evening of June 12, in which GSA members (Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, and Lenovo) jointly issued a notice on the adaptation of Android 15, requesting app developers to complete the adaptation by August 31st. If developers fail to complete the adaptation before August 31, they will take relevant measures to protect the user experience according to the degree of impact of the product on the user, including but not limited to “search tag reminder,” “app downgrade,” “sub-model blocking,” and “app downgrade” and so on.

MediaTek is Designing ARM-architecture Chips for Microsoft AI Laptops

According to YooCare, MediaTek is building the first SoC for Windows laptops in a bid to challenge Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X series in the Windows PC space, with the SoC in question expected to arrive in the second half of 2025. Industry sources have revealed that MediaTek’s new chip is based on the ARM architecture and utilizes a proven design in order to reduce the workload and leverage existing tested components to speed up development. The news comes on the heels of an exclusive agreement between Microsoft and Qualcomm in 2016, which saw the latter become the exclusive partner for Windows On Arm devices, but that deal will officially expire in 2024.

Google Announces ChromeOS Development Based on Android Stack

Google announced on June 12 that the ChromeOS operating system will be based heavily on the existing Android stack, with Android’s Linux kernel and the Android framework as part of the ChromeOS foundation. Not only do these changes mean more AI capabilities, but they will also help simplify engineering efforts as well as allow different devices like phones and accessories to work better with Chromebooks. But Google also said that while changes to the tech stack are starting now, it will be quite a while before consumers will be able to use them.

Bluetooth Tracker Tile Hacked, Customer Information Leaked

Tile, a company that sells Bluetooth tracking devices, was recently hacked, and the attackers not only stole Tile’s internal tools, but also a large amount of customer information. Tile’s parent company later released details of the attack, saying that the hackers gained unauthorized access to Tile’s customer support platform, and that the attackers may have gained access to information such as names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and Tile’s device identifiers. The attackers may have obtained names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and Tile device identifiers. However, the information obtained did not include sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords or login credentials, location data, or government-issued identification numbers. Tile’s parent company has taken and will continue to take steps designed to further protect its systems from malicious actors, and has reported the incident and extortion attempt to law enforcement.

Luma AI Launches Dream Machine Bunsen Video Model

Yesterday, Luma AI officially released a promotional video on X, officially launching a text-to-life video model called “Dream Machine”, which supports users to create video content using text and images. It supports dynamic simulation as well as physical simulation, which can more realistically show the effects of gravity, movement, light and shadow, as well as coherence. According to the sample video, the model’s movement and scene switching is very smooth, and the overall image quality and color expression is not inferior to the current head model Sora.

Other News

According to media reports, Samsung’s Galaxy Wearable App shows the icons of 2 new headphones with a stem design called Galaxy Buds3 and Galaxy Buds3 Pro. Currently, Samsung has announced that it plans to hold an Unpacked launch event on July 10th, and will release the Samsung has now announced plans to hold an Unpacked launch event on July 10, where it will unveil the new Galaxy Buds wireless headphones. Also included in this App leak are the Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch FE, and Galaxy Ring.

According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple won’t be paying OpenAI royalties when ChatGPT is introduced on iOS 18 and other platforms. Mark Gurman reveals that there’s now talk of hidden royalties in the partnership agreement, but there’s also talk to the contrary, suggesting that the publicity benefits of OpenAI’s widespread adoption on Apple devices will far outweigh the arithmetic consumption. Mark Gurman reveals that there are now hints that fees will be hidden in the partnership agreement, but there are also suggestions to the contrary that OpenAI’s widespread adoption on Apple devices will generate more publicity than arithmetic power, so Apple won’t be paying for usage.