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A new major smartphone maker has just landed in Europe


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  • Vivo has come to Europe and the UK.
  • The Vivo X51 5G is the first phone to hit the markets.
  • It’s essentially a renamed Vivo X50 Pro.

Vivo is generally ranked as one of the top six or seven smartphone manufacturers in the world, and it’s been gradually growing its global footprint in recent times. The brand launched in several markets in the Middle East and Africa last year, and it’s now launching in Europe and the UK.

The first phone as part of the Chinese brand’s entry into Europe is the Vivo X51 5G, which is essentially a Vivo X50 Pro with minor tweaks to software. Much like the X50 Pro, the X51 5G packs an upper mid-range Snapdragon 765G chipset, a 90Hz FHD+ OLED panel, and a 4,315mAh battery with 33W wired charging. The latter sees your phone going from zero to 100% capacity in a respectable 68 minutes.

The biggest reason to get the X51 5G might be the cameras though, packing a 48MP f/1.6 main camera (IMX598) with “gimbal” OIS for superior stabilization. Our own Dhruv Bhutani thought the X50 Pro’s identical camera setup yielded “incredible” low light images and “exemplary” 4K/60fps video performance. So we’re definitely expecting the same results from the X51 5G.

Other rear cameras include an 8MP ultra-wide camera and a pair of zoom-related shooters. An 8MP periscope lens handles 5x optical zoom shots, while a 13MP sensor handles 2x snaps and portrait shots. A punch-hole cutout up front plays host to a 32MP shooter.

Vivo X51 holding in the hand showing the home screen

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So what are those aforementioned tweaks to software, then? Well, Vivo notes that it worked with Google to make FunTouchOS more in line with stock Android and “close to European user habits.” It’s unclear if these changes are purely for European/global users or if it’s part of a wider revamp of Vivo’s Android skin. We’ve asked the company for more details and will update the article accordingly. Still, we’re glad to see a more stock-like look and feel as prior versions of Vivo’s skin looked like a poor iOS imitation.

Vivo also addressed software update commitments, although it may have left us with more questions than answers.

“Based on our long-term cooperation with Google, Vivo products will comply with Google’s Android security update rules. We provide software support during a period of four years, and Google security updates up to three years for X51,” the company told us in a briefing. We’re not really sure what “software support” entails but we’re guessing this doesn’t mean Android version updates, as security update pledges tend to outlast version update commitments.

In any event, other notable Vivo X51 5G features include Android 10 (with Android 11 coming “soon”), Bluetooth 5.1, dual-SIM connectivity, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and NFC. The phone starts at £749 for the sole 8GB/256GB variant in the UK. There’s no word on Euro pricing, but Vivo says the phone will be available in Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Poland.

Vivo also noted that it’s in talks with retailers and carriers about stocking phones. Looking for flagship Vivo phones like the Nex series or Vivo products other than phones in Europe? Well, the brand says you should “watch this space.”

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The Disney Plus free trial is no more, just before Hamilton drops


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  • The Disney Plus free trial for new customers has been quietly removed.
  • That means it is the only major streaming service without some sort of free trial offer.
  • The removal comes two weeks before the filmed version of Hamilton drops on Disney Plus.

When Disney Plus launched in November 2019, it included a seven-day free trial for new customers so they could see its content before committing to a monthly subscription. Now, the Disney Plus free trial is no longer being offered. The timing of that removal is tied to a major exclusive that drops just two weeks from now.

Read: How to get Disney Plus for free

A company spokesperson confirmed the removal of the free trial to The Verge. The statement was vague on the reasoning behind the move. The statement said that Disney makes a continued effort to “test and evaluate different marketing, offers, and promotions.” It added that the company felt the service’s current $ 6.99-per-month price “delivers a compelling entertainment offering on its own.” With this move, Disney Plus is now the only major streaming service that doesn’t offer some kind of free trial or free tier.

Is Hamilton to blame?

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The timing of the discontinuation of the free trial is certainly interesting. It comes just two weeks before the service drops the highly anticipated filmed stage version of the hit musical Hamilton on July 3. Disney acquired the rights to the filmed version of Hamilton in 2019, with the plan to release it to movie theaters in mid-2021. However, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Disney decided to make a change and drop the filmed musical on Disney Plus well ahead of schedule.

Read: Check out all of Disney Plus’ movies and TV shows

It’s likely that Hamilton will cause many new subscribers to sign up for Disney Plus. The company might have thought that having a free trial just before or just after Hamilton’s release would make many people sign up for the service, watch the musical, and then leave the service without paying for it.

Disney Plus currently has over 54 million subscribers worldwide, and it’s likely that the release of Hamilton will cause another spike in subscribers. You can sign up for the service at the link below.

Will you be signing up for the service, even without a Disney Plus free trial offer, just to watch Hamilton?


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iPhone SE 2020 reviews point to just one small hitch, and more tech news today


Your tech news digest, by way of the DGiT Daily tech newsletter, for Thursday, April 23. 

1. iPhone SE 2020 reviews: it’s great, not a battery beast

Last week I said the iPhone SE 2020 was good enough for most people. I can now add easily.

Now iPhone SE 2020 reviews are out, and the summary is compelling and remarkably similar across different reviews: Apple’s new small phone is a smash at $ 399.

  • It’s not perfect, it’s by no means better than the iPhone 11, and it’s not an upgrade for most people.
  • For those considering upgrading, it’s a phone without many compromises, especially for Apple.

Normally I’d linger on interesting review points or disagreements, but the reviews keep saying the same thing, with lots of high marks and star ratings:

  • The biggest improvements over the iPhone 8 come from the A13 chip, notably in a better camera. While there’s just one 12MP lens, like the Pixel 3a, it’s very capable of shooting good if not wonderful shots. The main downside is that there’s no low-light camera mode.
  • Other than that, the size and form factor appeal to many. The giant bezels are tired and don’t really make the most of the device, but many reviewers point out that this just feels normal for those with older iPhones already looking to upgrade.
  • Also, fast LTE (without 5G) and Wi-Fi 6 compatibility, plus wireless charging.
  • Focusing on battery life for a second: most rated it good, not great. It lasts a day but, for example, instead of coasting home with 40% battery life to spare, you might be down to 20%. All other iPhones in Apple’s range do better. CNET reckoned battery life was great based on battery tests, Wired was more pointed in explaining real-life usage examples that led to needing to charge more than once a day.
  • If I bought one, I’d recommend a battery pack case, but they’re not yet made for the iPhone SE 2020 per Apple.com listings, so third-party is your answer for now.
  • The Verge recommended paying $ 50 more to upgrade from 64GB storage to 128GB, noting overall that the iPhone SE is a great deal and a great smartphone.
  • The reviews are so positive you almost need to remember what you get when paying double for premium smartphones: better and more versatile cameras, bigger more brilliant screens for multimedia, longer-lasting devices, 5G for super-fast wireless networking, and more in the box, like fast-charging.
  • Devices like the S20 range, LG V60, or the OnePlus 8, or indeed the iPhone 11 feel more like computers in your pocket, while the iPhone SE is a capable smartphone.

2. The Motorola Edge launched yesterday on schedule and everything we thought we knew was about right: this new flagship looks like it can keep up with the best from Samsung, OnePlus, LG, and others, but at $ 1000, and locked down with Verizon in the US. It looks promising in terms of what a good phone may be, but there are no reviews yet, just hands on. Oddly, no details yet on global pricing. Full reviews to come (Android Authority).



4. What if your smart speaker could react to sounds in your home? For example, a doorbell ringing, or microwave ding (Android Authority).


5. A new zero-click, zero-day critical iPhone and iPad bug may be under active attack. Patch coming. Until then, “disable Mail on your iThing,†writes The Register.


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Here’s why Xiaomi hasn’t delivered a 100W charging phone just yet


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Xiaomi made waves almost a year ago when it revealed that it was working on 100W charging technology, capable of charging a 4,000mAh battery in 17 minutes. The company said Redmi phones would get the tech first, but we haven’t heard anything else since then.

Now, Redmi general manager Lu Weibing has taken to Weibo to reveal five technical difficulties associated with 100W charging (and fast charging in general).

Major battery degradation

Perhaps the biggest consideration is battery capacity, with the Redmi executive saying faster charging results in greater capacity loss. And this is a big issue when you’ve got 100W charging.

“According to preliminary estimates, the capacity of a 100W fast charge battery is about 20% less than that of a 30W PD fast charge. In short, 5,000mAh becomes 4,000mAh,” Lu said according to a machine-translated version of his post.

In other words, it seems like 100W charging requires a big battery right now in order to off-set the degradation. Otherwise, your 4,000mAh battery will eventually become a 3,200mAh battery due to charging-induced degradation.

This isn’t the only technical difficulty cited by the Redmi executive, as he also points to the technical architecture, charger compatibility, charging protections throughout the device (e.g. for battery, motherboard etc), and general performance as four other hurdles to overcome.

Nevertheless, the Xiaomi executive says 100W charging has “reached the early stage of mature production and can be expected in the future.” So it definitely sounds like we can still expect a 100W smartphone, but it will probably have a massive battery to fight off the effects of degradation.

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A new Galaxy S20 report just put a damper on those 10x optical zoom rumors


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Just a couple of days ago, we got wind of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with its mad zoom capabilities. It was rumored that the phone will feature 10x optical zoom. However, a new report now has us second guessing the previous leak.

According to The Elec (via Sammobile), Samsung is sourcing prisms for 5x optical zoom camera modules. Optrontech — a South Korean manufacturer of optical parts — has apparently confirmed that it has supplied the said prisms to Samsung for the Galaxy S20 series.

Contradictory to previous rumors, The Elec does not mention 10x optical zoom at all. One reason for this could be that Samsung has reserved 10x optical zoom only for the S20 Ultra. There’s also a chance that the 5x optical zoom module is meant for the regular Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus.

Then again, It’s entirely possible that Samsung will cap optical zoom to 5x in all three phones. If so, Huawei’s rumored P40 series could be the first to feature 10x optical zoom. However, we highly doubt Samsung will miss an opportunity to best Huawei in the camera department.

What the rumors say so far

Based on what we know so far, the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra will have varying camera configurations. Samsung’s ultra high-res 108MP camera is also said to be confined to the S20 Ultra. So it’s possible Samsung is sourcing prisms for the 10x optical zoom module from somewhere else and we just don’t know about it yet.

All we can do for now is speculate on the rumors that are out there. Even if the Galaxy S20 phones get 5x optical zoom, it’s still a significant jump over the current 2x zoom module used in the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 phones.

We’ll update you as and when we know more about the new Samsung flagships.

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Deal: Get $1,800 of Python certification training for just $33


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Deal: Launch into Facebook video marketing for just $13


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There are billions of people on Facebook, why aren’t they seeing your vids? You could be using video marketing to boost sales or interest with ease. This Facebook Video Ads Mastery Course will help you see what you’ve been missing for only $ 12.99.

There are tons of video marketing campaigns online, and a lot of them are really bad. This short, two-hour course will help you realize just how easy it is to advertise with better videos on Facebook and many other social networks.

Create video ads that expand your influence.

When you launch a video marketing campaign, you need to make sure you know your audience. This hands-on tutorial will help you discover your true audience and help you to do research on your specific niche. When you know your crowd, you’ll be able to launch a better-optimized campaign and see the results skyrocket.

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Unleash your inner graphic designer for just $29


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For the latter, this bundle is ideal. Across eight different learning kits, you’ll be immersed in many aspects of graphic design and the tools that you’ll need. Naturally, this includes extensive training in various Abode programs, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. The Adobe suite is the gold standard of design software so it’s an important string to your bow.

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Included in the bundle is even a course dedicated solely to logos. Considering how many logos you see every day, and how iconic a logo can become, the Become A Logo Designer course is an excellent addition to the package.

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Mother’s Day promo: Moto X Pure Edition for just $300


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On April 20th Motorola kicked off a special promotion where you could pick up the Moto X Pure Edition for just $ 350, $ 50 off the normal asking price. The sale was set to end on May 2nd, today. Well, it’s true, the sale is over… But a new – better one – has begun in its place.

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day and in celebration Motorola is now offering $ 100 off the Moto X Pure Edition, bringing its price to just $ 300. The Moto X might not be the latest hotness anymore with plenty of great 2016 flagships already out to the public, but it’s still a solid performer and at this price, it’s a heck of a deal. This latest offer ends on May 9th, so you have about a week to decide whether or not to jump on this or not.

As a recap, the Moto X Pure Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM. Other specs include a 5.7-inch QHD display, 16 to 64GB storage, microSD, a 3000 mAh battery, and 21MP main cam. Of course you also get Moto Maker customization here, allowing you to make the handset of your dreams.

What do you think, is this worth the new asking price? Share your thoughts down in the comments.

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Want $2? Amazon is literally just handing it out. Download a $3 app, get $5 credit


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You know a company is really trying to push a service to succeed when they start throwing no-strings-attached money at people just to give it a try. Right now, Amazon wants you to start downloading apps from their store so badly that they’re willing to give you $ 5 of credit when you download any eligible $ 3 title. This $ 5 credit works across the entire site, and all of the apps on this list cost the same price or more in the Google Play Store. Honestly, there’s not any reason not to try this.

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What apps are eligible, you may ask? Most of them are games, but there are a couple of non-playful outliers. Kingdom Rush Origins tops the list, and you can also grab Ticket to Ride. Pac-Man HD for very un-spooky ghosts, Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 for some more high-octane spookiness. Photo Lab PRO is also on the list, as is Relax Melodies Premium, a white noise meditation app. All run for $ 3, and buying any of them will put $ 5 in your hand.

Before you start thinking of grabbing all of these apps to scoop up a king’s ransom of $ 12, you sadly cap out at five bucks on this deal. The offer lasts until March 31, 2016, but you can’t let this credit sit in your Amazon account forever, because the promotional credit expires a week later on April 7, 2016.

What do you think of Amazon’s push to get more users to try their service over the Google Play Store? Worth checking out for the free moolah, or are you going to give it a pass? Let us know in the comments below. Also, it’s uncertain whether this promo is regionally specific, so if you’re outside of the US, tell us if the offer is working for you.

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