This came from a number of non-standard measures.
The second major innovation in the event will be the RedmiBook 13 laptop, after Redmi’s 30 smartphones December 10. The company released the second teaser on the laptop, and it looks very interesting. Earlier, Redmi had announced that RedmiBook 13 will be the start of the company’s full-screen laptop. And the teaser is designed to show how it will be.
It’s all about reducing the screen frame. And if the dimensions and the like are generally not too thick, then the bottom is a good size – in both laptops and monitors. Red To Reduce it to Ready Book 13, Redmi uses a display developed using “alternative packaging” technology. In addition, it has a modified circuit board with control electronics. These were the steps that made the bottom frame twice as thin. Or disappear, as shown in the picture.
Redmi explained why it chose Qualcomm instead of MediaTek for Redmi K30
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G is actually a good solution
Yesterday it was revealed that Redmi will be the world’s 30 first smartphone built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G single chip platform. And today, the company explained why this is the SoC selected for Redmi’s 30?
As it turns out, Snapdragon 765G has some in common with the higher platform. For example, the Crew 475 three-cluster architecture is the same as that in Snapdragon 855. And the Adreno 620 GPU architecture is the same as the Snapdragon 865. The company also notes low power consumption: switching to 7-nanometer process technology (EUV) allowed it to reduce the output by 8 nanometers to 35%. Finally, a second-generation 5G low-power 5G modem has been integrated into the SoC – and that’s probably one of the major reasons for the Snapdragon 765G.
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