Chinese company Xiaomi, according to DigiTimes resource, has invested in a young Chinese developer of semiconductor chips.According to observers, Xiaomi thus intends to bring to the market smartphones with new processors of its own (or almost their own) development.Image source: mi.com Xiaomi already has experience in creating processors for mobile devices.So, back in 2017, the company announced a chip Surge S1, which received eight Cortex-A53 processing cores clocked at up to 2.2 GHz, a Mali-T860 graphics gas pedal and a 4G modem with support for VoLTE technology.As it is now known, Xiaomi has invested in the firm Zhuhai Xinshijie Semiconductor Technology, registered June 23, 2022.Among its activities are the development, production and sale of integrated circuits, as well as solutions for semiconductor devices.The authorized capital of Zhuhai Xinshijie Semiconductor Technology is 200 million yuan, or about $29.9 million.Investment firm Zhuhai Hengqin Jianyun Investment owns 34% of the startup, the fund Guangdong-Macao Semiconductor Industry Investment - 22%.Xiaomi-affiliated entity Hubei Xiaomi Changjiang Industry Fund Partnership (L.P.) owns 15% of the shares.On when Xiaomi may announce smartphones with new mobile processors, nothing has been reported yet.It may take quite some time.
More recently, most specialized resources specializing in news about technology and technology said that Xiaomi and Lenovo have allegedly decided to \"quietly\" leave the russian market, fearing pressure from the West.advertisementThis information was based on an article by the Wall Street Journal, whose journalists referred to their internal sources.American journalists claimed that supplies of Lenovo and Xiaomi equipment to Russia would soon stop as the companies decided to stop doing business in Russia, but did not want to declare it publicly.Nevertheless, they have initiated the process of winding down their business structures in Russia.Leading Russian experts working closely with major online electronics retailers made a joint statement that this information is completely fake, the real picture of what is happening is completely different.No Chinese major brands are not leaving Russia, just at the turn of March-April there were logistics and payment problems, which managed to adequately solve.Now it turns out that the market is receiving shipments of goods from these manufacturers, which were ordered back in February.It is already clear that costs have arisen, which have fallen on the shoulders of customers and suppliers due to the changed logistics coverage, but all the equipment has arrived, there is no shortage of smartphones or laptops or anything else.The main problem of interaction between the Chinese and Russian companies selling Xiaomi and Lenovo is to agree on mutual payments.Many payments, which previously were in dollars and euros, now seriously hampered, had to, in fact, build new financial chains between the longstanding traders. If it is revealed that Chinese companies do supply \"banned\" semiconductors and other equipment to Russia, the Americans are ready to fine these companies and deprive them of their advanced technology in the future.For the post there is a rewardThis material was written by a site visitor, and there is a reward for it.
Xiaomi has released a number of teasers revealing some technical specifications of the flagship smart TVs Mi TV 6. The announcement of these panels will take place early next week & ; June 28.
It is reported that the novelties will receive AMD FreeSync Premium certification: this technology is designed to improve the quality of gameplay. HDMI 2.1 interface is mentioned, which means the TVs will be able to unlock the potential of the latest PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S gaming consoles. Panel resolution will be 3840 × 2160 pixels (4K format), refresh rate & ; 120 Hz. Support for Wi-Fi 6, or 802.11ax wireless communication is mentioned.
In addition to the standard models Mi TV 6, Xiaomi will release more expensive devices Mi TV 6 Extreme Edition. Support for HLG, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision is announced for them. This series will include at least three models & ; measuring 55, 65 and 75 inches diagonally.
The Mi TV 6 Extreme Edition panels will get more than 100 backlight zones, which will allow local dimming tools to enhance picture quality. In particular, deep blacks will be provided;
It became known yesterday that Xiaomi is planning to release RedmiBook Pro laptops powered by new Intel Tiger Lake-H processors. Today, benchmark Geekbench has revealed the test results of two versions of the laptops powered by Intel and AMD processors.
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Based on the test results that have surfaced in the Geekbench database, the company is preparing to release as many as two laptops & ; the RedmiBook Pro 15 and RedmiBook Pro 15S. That said, each will have two more configurations.
Geekbench comparison of results
The younger RedmiBook Pro 15S will be equipped with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor and 8GB of RAM. The older one will be powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor and will have 16GB of RAM. What's quite interesting & ; in the single-core test, the younger AMD Ryzen 5 5600H model scores higher (1322 vs 1197), while in the multi-core test, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800H is the leader (6865 vs 5793).
In addition, the benchmark also revealed results for the RedmiBook Pro 15 on Intel Core i5-11300H and Intel Core i7 11370H processors. In the synthetic test, they were weaker than the AMD chip versions. The laptops are likely to be unveiled during MWC 2021 in Shanghai, which takes place from February 23 to 25
Benchmark Geekbench regularly becomes a source of information about upcoming products from the mobile world. This time in the test showed several versions of the portable computer Mi Notebook Pro, which will soon be announced by Xiaomi.
The device appears under the codename TIMI Laptop. Geekbench reports at least three modifications of the laptop, two of which carry an Intel processor on board, while the third & ; AMD chip. Specifically, the laptop will come with a Core i7-11370H processor with four cores and up to eight instruction threads. The frequency is 3.3 GHz (upgradable to 4.78 GHz).
Another version gets the Core i5-11300H chip, which also has four cores with multi-threading support. The base clock speed is 3.11GHz, maximum & ; 4.38GHz. The tested AMD platform variant is equipped with the Ryzen 5 5600H six-core processor with up to 12 instruction threads. The base frequency is 3.3 GHz, the maximum & ; 4.24 GHz.
All three versions have 16GB of RAM. The operating system used is Windows 10. Information on display size and resolution is not available at the moment;
In the popular benchmark Geekbench «spotted» portable computer RedmiBook Pro 14S, which is expected to be announced by Xiaomi soon. The test reveals information about the hardware platform of the laptop.
It is indicated that the AMD Ryzen 7 5700U processor is involved, which has not yet been officially introduced. It is known that the chip contains eight processing cores with the ability to simultaneously process up to 16 instruction threads. Geekbench indicates that the Ryzen 7 5700U has a base clock speed of 1.8 GHz, the maximum frequency & ; 4.34 GHz. The product includes an integrated Radeon graphics gas pedal with a frequency of 1.9 GHz.
The tested laptop is equipped with 16 GB of RAM. The operating system Windows 10 is used as the software platform. In a single-core test, the novelty showed a result of 1182 points, in multi-core & ; 6431 points. Apparently, the laptop will be equipped with a 14-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. The official launch of RedmiBook Pro 14S is expected at the beginning of the coming year. There is no information about the approximate price yet.
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