“At the time, the screen technology we worked on for the P30 series could not support bringing this concept to reality,” Ting explained. “We could only create a slight curve by grinding and polishing the glass, which generated minor visual changes without improving the tactility. When we developed the P40 series, the screen technology had evolved allowing us to have curves on four sides of the screen while at the same time, keeping four round corners.” … [Read more...] about Huawei’s top designer reveals how he made the P40 Pro a work of art
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“It was a difficult and challenging year for Huawei,” Ping replied. “We experienced a chaotic period of time. Due to the extreme limitations we increased investment in research and development (R&D). Luckily we have won the trust of most partners and employees, and have gained experience. We are confident we can find solutions.” … [Read more...] about Huawei says its priority is survival as U.S. continues targeting the company
Given the ongoing tension between the U.S. and China, this wasn't too surprising. Huawei had already reportedly put in significant 14nm orders with SMIC. Citing a source familiar with the matter, Nikkei Asian Review reported that orders placed before the ban shouldn't be affected, and TSMC will ship those orders before the middle of September. … [Read more...] about China Pumps $2.2B Into Local Chipmaker After US Takes TSMC From Huawei
What about the others? The P40 Pro came second, and its camera may still need to be fully realized through software updates. In our review, it impressed hugely, and my recommendation over the Android competition remains. The OnePlus 8 Pro did well, but couldn’t keep up in most shots, often misreading color. And while the Galaxy S20 Plus has good specifications and does take attractive photos, when put alongside the P40 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro, it couldn’t quite stand out enough to win. … [Read more...] about iPhone 11 Pro vs. P40 Pro vs. S20 Plus vs. OnePlus 8 Pro: Four-way camera battle
We already have a successful model we can lean on: When NASA mothballed the space shuttle and abandoned its efforts to build a replacement, the space agency set up a public/private sector partnership to build a replacement vehicle. It consisted of a series of grants with milestones that unlock bigger grants, and it helped SpaceX, Boeing, Blue Origin, and a variety of other companies successfully build new rocket ships. SpaceX plans to launch a spacecraft with astronauts for the first time next week, thanks to this series of grants and incentives. … [Read more...] about President Trump has failed the U.S. on 5G. Can we lead on 6G?