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Nokia announces MWC 2020 press event, but what will it launch?


Nokia MWC 2020 Invite

HMD Global has scheduled a press event for MWC 2020 where it’s expected to launch a number of Nokia phones. The event will take place on February 23 at 4PM local time (10AM ET). Meanwhile, MWC officially starts on February 24.

As you can see in the image above, the press invite for the Nokia event does not reveal much except for the date and time [the venue is redacted – ed]. However, we have some idea of what to expect from the house of HMD.

Nokia 9.2 PureView

It’s unlikely that we’ll witness the launch of a flagship Nokia phone at MWC 2020.

HMD has apparently delayed the so-called Nokia 9.2 PureView due to a last minute call on replacing an older chipset with the latest Snapdragon 865 flagship SoC.

Nokia 8.2

HMD Global previously confirmed a new 5G-ready smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 765G. The phone is reportedly called the Nokia 8.2 5G. Leaked details of the device suggest a glass-unibody design with a metallic frame.

The phone is expected to get a 6.2 inch IPS LCD display with HDR 10+ support.

Related: How low will 5G phone prices go in 2020?

It could house a 64MP quad rear camera setup with Zeiss optics and a 32MP selfie shooter.

The Nokia 8.2 5G is tipped to cost €459 (~$ 505). At this price, it will be one of the cheapest 5G phones out there.

Nokia 5.2

Aside from the Nokia 8.2 5G, we could also see the launch of the affordable Nokia 5.2 at MWC. Leaked specs of the phone include: a dated Snapdragon 632 chipset, a 6.2-inch LCD display, 16MP + 8MP dual primary cameras, an 8MP selfie shooter, and a 3,500mAh battery.

The Nokia 5.2 is expected to come with a price tag of €169 (~$ 186).

Nokia 1.3

The Nokia 1.3 is apparently an entry-level phone with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It could be Nokia’s 2020 Android Go phone running the Android 10 (Go Edition) update. Rumor has it that the device will run on a MediaTek chipset.


Besides the three smartphones, Nokia could also launch a feature phone and a fitness wearable at the event.

What do you think of Nokia’s rumored MWC 2020 lineup? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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ARM announces Cortex-A35, its new ultra-efficient 64-bit core


arm-cortex-a35ARM’s annual developer conference ARM TechCon is here and one of the biggest announcements coming from the event is the launch of the new ultra efficient Cortex-A35. Until now ARM’s most power efficient 64-bit processor design was the Cortex-A53, while at the high performance end ARM offers the Cortex-A57 and the Cortex-A72.

That is a total of just 3 processor designs (without the A35), however when you look at the 32-bit space, ARM offers 6 different core designs ranging from the very low power Cortex-A5 right up to the high performance Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A17 cores. In rough, general terms the 64-bit Cortex-A53 is targeted at the same market segment as the 32-bit Cortex-A9 processor, however there is still room (in terms of power efficiency) below that, a space which is filled by the Cortex-A5 and Cortex-A7 in ARM’s 32-bit lineup, however there was nothing in the 64-bit lineup. That is where the Cortex-A35 comes in.

Processors based on the Cortex-A35 will be cheaper than those which use the higher performing cores.

The cost of a smartphone is determined by a variety of factors including the type of display, the size of the battery needed, the amount of RAM, the SoC, and so on. By offering an ultra-low power core, ARM hopes that Cortex A35 based processors will be used in devices to reach the next 1 billion people who have yet to join the smartphone and smart device revolution.

Processors based on the Cortex-A35 will be cheaper than those which use the higher performing cores, like the Cortex-A72, and since they are designed for high levels of power efficiency, it would mean that smartphone makers can use smaller (i.e. cheaper) batteries.

arm-cortex-a35-stats

In terms of its capabilities and performance, the Cortex-A35 is a 64-bit processor that is fully compatible with ARM’s other Cortex designs. It uses around 10% less power than the Cortex-A7 while offering between 6 and 40% more performance. When compared to the Cortex-A53, the die size for the Cortex-A35 is 25% smaller while using 32% less power.

It is also big.LITTLE compatible which means it could be used in conjunction with a Cortex-A72 or Cortex-A57. I wouldn’t be surprised if some SoC makers end up sticking it together with the Cortex-A53, i.e. four Cortex-A35 cores coupled with four Cortex-A53 cores. Or if MediaTek keeps developing its tri-cluster technology then we could see a SoC with four Cortex-A35 cores, four Cortex-A53 cores and two Cortex-A72 cores!

Deep dive

The Cortex-A35 uses an in-order pipeline (as does the Cortex-A7 and the Cortex-A53), however ARM has resigned the front end to include better branch prediction, better balanced instruction fetch bandwidth, and a smaller, more power efficient instruction queue. It also has a 512-entry translation lookaside buffer (TLB), up from 256 entries in the Cortex-A7. The TLB is used by the Memory Management Unit (MMU) to speed up virtual address translation.

The new design is also highly scalable. By that ARM means that its partners can design quad-core processors (with 32K of L1 cache, 1MB of L2 cache along with the NEON engine), down to a single core processor (with just 8K of L1 cache and no L2 cache). The single core variant would be just 0.4 square millimeters when built using a 28nm process node, which is 10 times smaller than the quad-core setup.

arm-cortex-a35-die-size

The quad-core version would use less than 90mW at 1.0GHz where as the single core version would use less than 6mW at 100MHz. Now 100Mhz is not a number you would quote when talking about smartphones, however the flexibility of the Cortex-A35 design means that OEMs can make processors that not only target smartphones (at 1GHz and upwards) but also IoT devices. These IoT devices would benefit from having a full 64-bit processor with support for hardware encryption instructions while running a low speeds and using less power. Not only that, but such a processor would be fully backwards compatible with existing software and could run operating systems line Android, Linux and Brillo.

Wrap up

So in a nutshell, the Cortex-A35 is ARM’s most efficient applications processor design. It brings 64-bit computing to the ultra-power efficient category while being scalable enough to be used in big.LITTLE octa-core processors or whittled right down to single-core 100MHz devices, with almost microcontroller type power requirements.

The design for the core is now with ARM’s partners and you can expect to see devices with SoCs that include the Cortex-A35 some time towards the end of 2016.

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Mad Catz announces the S.U.R.F.R. and L.Y.N.X. 3 game controllers ahead of MWC 2015


surfr

Mad Catz, the creators of the M.O.J.O. micro-console, have just announced two new gaming controllers ahead of Mobile World Congress 2015. First up on the list is the S.U.R.F.R., and it’s a bit toned-down from other controllers we’ve seen from the company in the past. Slated as the “ultimate multimedia surfer and gaming controller”, the S.U.R.F.R. aims to make your life easier thanks to its full QWERTY keyboard and mouse pointer input.

It’ll connect to any Android device, including smartphones, Android TV devices, PCs and a handful of others. The controller features dual analog sticks, shoulder buttons, action buttons and a d-pad. If you’re playing a game that’s particularly difficult, the controller even has extendable grips on either side to help you hold on.

Like I said earlier, the S.U.R.F.R. features a more toned-down design than we’re used to seeing from the company. The S.U.R.F.R. seems comfortable and functional, and that’s all we could as for in a controller. It will be available in White, Red and Black for $ 79.99. There’s no exact date for the controller’s release, but the company estimates it will launch sometime around May.

Lynx 3

Next up on the list is the L.Y.N.X. 3 gaming controller, the “L.Y.N.X.9’s lil’ bro.” Remember the crazy, futuristic-looking controller announced by the company back at CES 2015? That was the L.Y.N.X. 9, and the L.Y.N.X. 3 aims to be the more affordable version of that. Just like the other gaming controllers, this one can connect to a slew of different Android-powered devices. It has a fold-out design, two joy sticks, a d-pad, ABXY buttons and two shoulder buttons. But unlike the L.Y.N.X. 9, this new model gets rid of the keyboard and tablet dock in the middle, allowing for a more compact, lighter experience. It will be available for $ 69.99 and will launch in May.

Both of these gaming controllers will be shown off at MWC 2015. Are you interested in either the S.U.R.F.R. or the L.Y.N.X. 3?

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