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Vizio’s New Cheap TVs Could Be a Perfect Reason to Buy a PS5 or Xbox Series X – Gizmodo

Vizio is clearly courting gamers with its new collection of 4K TVs, out now, that feature all the essentials needed for next-gen consoles, including HDMI 2.1—crucial for TVs with high refresh rates—in addition to HDR and 4K. You’ll have to wait for the compan…

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Ubisoft Has Confirmed Far Cry 6 Giving Us Our First Proper Look At Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito – Press Start Australia

Far Cry 6 started leaking all over the place last night after the Hong Kong PlayStation Store revealed that the game would release on February 18, 2021. Ubisoft has now confirmed the existence of the game, giving us our first proper look at Breaking Bad’s Gia…

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Far Cry 6 started leaking all over the place last night after the Hong Kong PlayStation Store revealed that the game would release on February 18, 2021.
Ubisoft has now confirmed the existence of the game, giving us our first proper look at Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito who appears to play the game’s villain, Anton.
Anton would not be pleased. See you on Sunday at #UbiForward. pic.twitter.com/HieToJzDxp
— Far Cry (@FarCrygame) July 10, 2020
Ubisoft Forward takes place on Monday morning at 5:45am. Make sure you head to our site when you wake up as we’ll have a bunch of extra coverage from hands-on with some of the key titles.

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Samsung’s 5G Galaxy Z Flip may have been fully revealed in these latest leaks – The Verge

Samsung’s 5G variant for the Galaxy Z Flip foldable still has yet to be officially unveiled, but new leaks strongly hint that most of the big takeaways for this phone are already publicly available.

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Leaked video also shows a new color option
We knew a 5G variant of Samsungs vertically folding Galaxy Z Flip clamshell was on the way, after the first images leaked earlier this month. Now, we have an entire leaked video and a set of rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G that seems to leave nothing to the imagination and suggest it might be ready for Samsungs upcoming August 5th Galaxy Unpacked event.
Basically, it looks like itll be practically the same folding phone but with a faster processor and 5G.
Based on phone leaker Evan Blass video which shows the phone from practically every angle it looks practically identical to the original LTE version that went on sale on February 14th. The only differences other than 5G support and a new mystic bronze color, according to XDA-Developers Max Weinbach, is that itll be oh-so-slightly taller and thicker, and be powered by Qualcomms new Snapdragon 865 Plus chip a small spec bump over the Snapdragon 855 Plus that came in the original.
So for the Z Flip 5G, the ONLY part that changes is the SoC. It’s the Snapdragon 865+. The cameras stay the same at 12MP and 12MP. Same sensors too. Display is the same. Software is One UI 2.5 which is mostly unchanged. Hole is the same size. Battery is the same size.
Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 10, 2020
Oh, also dimensions change a negligible amount. It’s 0.5mm thicker than the current flip and 0.1mm taller
Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 10, 2020
The phone may also have the same size battery, according to Weinbach, which makes us wonder how long it might last on a charge the original wasnt a battery champ, and now itll reportedly have 5G and a faster processor to power as well.
Chinese telecommunications certification center TENAA previously corroborated that the phone would likely have the Snapdragon 865 Plus chip, and the Wireless Power Consortium also listed a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G as a phone that would support wireless charging, so it sounds like thats probably the name and your wireless chargers will keep working. (You can thank MySmartPrice for spotting both of those.)
While 5G might be the flagship feature here, 5G phones still have a ways to go before they are the new normal. Although 5G can make downloads faster and cloud services respond quicker depending on the type of 5G there are many tradeoffs like how much 5G phones cost and whether youll be able to easily find a signal.

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