Friday, February 28, 2020

Thermaltake Commander C: Computer Case new series with 200 mm RGB fans


The manufacturer of computer casesThermaltake, has just presented its new Commander C series of semi-tower type boxes. The six models presented by this manufacturer will be characterized, mainly, by the use of two large front fans of 200 mm, which will have RGB lighting that can be programmed by the user, a tempered glass on the left side and an interior very broad, which will allow the installation of large components.

The six new models of boxes that make up the new Commander C series of Thermaltake have the abbreviations C31, C32, C33, C34, C35 and C36. All models share the same spacious interior we just referred to a moment ago. Actually, the only thing to change between the six models of the Thermaltake Commander C is the shape of the front of the box and its grid.

Because Thermaltake, with this new series of boxes, has decided not to make the front of its models using tempered glass (as we are used to see in most of the boxes we are talking about) and has replaced it with a traditional metal grid. In this way, Thermaltake ensures that the components that are installed inside the new Commander C series boxes, receive copious amounts of fresh air, coming from outside the box. And we say “copious” because on the front of the box, the company has installed two large fans of 200 mm, which rotate at 800 rpm.

Heatsinks up to 180 mm in height can be mounted inside the Thermaltake Commander C

The external dimensions of the new Thermaltake Commander C boxes are 462 mm (H) x 233 mm (W) x 507 mm (Pr). Thanks to these, the box is perfectly prepared to be able to install large components inside. So, for example, inside we can install heatsinks for the processor that have up to 180 mm in height, graphics cards up to 410 mm in length (as long as you are not using a custom liquid cooling, whose reservation would interfere with this and reduce maximum length up to 310 mm) and a power supply up to 200 mm in length.

Speaking of liquid refrigeration, the new Thermaltake Commander C boxes allow the installation of a radiator up to 360 or 280 mm in the front of the box, while in the ceiling you can install one of 240 or 280 mm. In the back of the box there is space for the installation of a radiator of up to 120 mm, in the hollow of the rear fan,

The front I / O of these new boxes consists of two USB 3.0 ports with type A connector and two 3.5 mm mini jack connectors for the use of headphones and a microphone.

As for the internal storage that these boxes have available, we can use up to three units of 3.5 inches, plus another two units of 2.5 inches, each of them in its corresponding bay.

On the left side, the new boxes have a sheet of tempered glass that allows you to see the inside of the box without interruptions. Therefore, users can easily display their graphics card, since the Commander C carry a pair of vertical slots to install a graphics card (or any expansion card we want).

KROM Kaiser: New control Pad for PC, PS3 and PS4 with programmable buttons


The manufacturer of peripheral gaming, Krom, today unveiled its new Krom Kaiser control. The new command is based, physically, on the current PlayStation 4 console, but four extra levers have been added to its bottom. In addition, the new Kaiser control has been developed so that, in use, it is compatible with Sony PS3 and PS4 consoles, as with our PC.

Controls for console there are many in the market. We can find from very cheap models (and questionable quality) to competition controls, which usually cost quite expensive. The new Krom Kaiser has a more affordable price for all pockets (as is usual in this brand with its other products) and, however, also provides its users with the freedom to configure some of its buttons. Or to be able to use the command in any of the last two Sony consoles or on your own PC, if you wish.

Speaking of the programmable buttons, there are four levers that the control has located in its lower part. These levers are two for each half of the peripheral (two on the left, two on the right) that are easily pressed by the user when he has the control between his hands, since they end up in the position where the fingers are when the cuff is closed to hold the peripheral. These levers can be customized, so that they can be able to replicate the operation of any of the other 8 peripheral buttons. Once we have made our configuration, the command will allow us to save the changes in two independent profiles.

The Krom Kaiser control will have integrated loudspeaker

Certain features typical of the Sony PS4 console control, such as the built-in speaker in the Kaiser’s body, which allows you to hear sound effects directly from it, or the 3.5 mm mini jack connector for connecting headphones that use this type of connector, they are kept in the new Krom Kaiser. Although the best value for their users is the fact of using a connection to the console through a USB port, located at the end of a cable 3 meters long. Thanks to this type of connection, users will not experience any type of lag between the orders they give, and the corresponding response from the console.

The body of the Krom Kaiser is manufactured using high quality resistant materials, to which a textured finish is added in the area where users hold the control, so that it is much more complicated for the control to escape from the hands when the user It is in the midst of the heat of battle. Or when you sweat your fingers or the palm of your hand, which are situations that always require maximum grip.

The new Krom Kaiser control will be available for purchase later this month of February and will have a retail price of 49.90 euros, which is quite affordable for all budgets. Especially, given its multi platform compatibility, which will surely be a plus for users who own both Sony consoles.

Nfortec Draco v2: new cheap box with four fans RGB and USB C


The manufacturer of computer cases Nfortec, today introduced its new semi-drawer box Draco v2. This new model inherits the design character of the original v1 model, but modifies certain aspects of the design to get a new model more attractive than the old Draco. In the same way, the new Draco v2 still has a large internal space for the installation of large components. And without the sale price skyrocketing for the user.

The main change that has undergone the new computer case Nfortec Draco V2 is seen in the front, which has been completely redesigned. Although the external aspect, with the three front fans, is very similar to the model that preceded it, that is where the similarities end. The new front that mounts now the Nfortec Draco v2 is equipped with new RGB fans of 120 mm, which have a greater number of colors and more lighting effects, which the user can control, either by a button on the box itself, or using a remote control (supplied with the box itself).

Not only are the three front fans those that have received the RGB treatment. Also the 120 mm fan located at the back of the box has received the same lighting treatment. Not only this, but its lighting is synchronized with the rest of the fans in the box, to create attractive visual designs.

The Nfortec Draco v2 allows mounting E-ATX motherboards

The exterior dimensions of the Nfortec Draco v2 are 454 mm (H) x 205 mm (W) x 439 mm (Pr). Therefore, it is surprising that, in such contained dimensions, Nfortec claims that you can mount a motherboard in E-ATX format, which are usually much larger

than the traditional ATX motherboards to which we are all accustomed. However, the manufacturer has been able to take advantage of the interior space, also allowing the installation of graphics cards up to 380 mm in length. As well as that of tower-type dissipators up to 160 mm in height. However, the manufacturer does not disclose the maximum available measurement for the power supply.

Since we are talking about the cooling system of the Draco v2, the new model of Nfortec is compatible with the installation of radiators for liquid refrigeration (whether custom or AIO) of up to 240 mm on the front and on the roof of the box . Also it is it with the installation of radiators of 120 mm located in the back part of the box.

As for storage, the Draco v2 has two 3.5-inch bays for mounting hard drives of that size. Or for the assembly of 2.5-inch units. In this respect, the box also has an extra bay of this last size. It also has two USB 2.0 ports on its front, along with a USB 3.0 port, all with type A connector. Surprisingly, Nfortec has also included a USB C port on the front.

The Nfortec Draco v2 allows mounting E-ATX motherboards

The exterior dimensions of the Nfortec Draco v2 are 454 mm (H) x 205 mm (W) x 439 mm (Pr). Therefore, it is surprising that, in such contained dimensions, Nfortec claims that you can mount a motherboard in E-ATX format, which are usually much larger than the traditional ATX motherboards to which we are all accustomed. However, the manufacturer has been able to take advantage of the interior space, also allowing the installation of graphics cards up to 380 mm in length. As well as that of tower-type dissipators up to 160 mm in height. However, the manufacturer does not disclose the maximum available measurement for the power supply.

Since we are talking about the cooling system of the Draco v2, the new model of Nfortec is compatible with the installation of radiators for liquid refrigeration (whether custom or AIO) of up to 240 mm on the front and on the roof of the box . Also it is it with the installation of radiators of 120 mm located in the back part of the box.

As for storage, the Draco v2 has two 3.5-inch bays for mounting hard drives of that size. Or for the assembly of 2.5-inch units. In this respect, the box also has an extra bay of this last size. It also has two USB 2.0 ports on its front, along with a USB 3.0 port, all with type A connector. Surprisingly, Nfortec has also included a USB C port on the front.

Microsoft puts a date on Project xCloud: its game streaming service


Many are those who want to venture or directly have already ventured with large projects of streaming for games, one step beyond the typical online game that could mean the end of graphics cards and processors in our homes. Microsoft started the road a few years ago with Project xCloud and as a result of what we are going to see next, it seems ready to start its testing program this year.

Microsoft Project xCloud: games in the cloud for the future of gaming

It seems that this project can be based on the type of business that Netflix is ​​currently exploiting, that is, content totally in the cloud that we visualize / play on any device with only one software.

Already in 2013 Microsoft showed that the project was very advanced, because it showed an Xbox 360 game from the cloud in Windows Phone and PC.

Although Windows Phone is dead, the other competitors are still in great health and the goal is the same. According to the rumors, Microsoft could have reduced the total latency to only 45 milliseconds in a Lumia 520, so at first it shows the great potential that Redmond currently have.

Microsoft Azure, Xbox for servers and much more.


The plantes of Microsoft are based, as it could not be of another way, in Azure. Azure currently has 54 regions that cover up to 140 countries, which is a large network that allows Microsoft to position itself clearly for the Game Cloud.

For this, Microsoft’s plan goes through servers of up to four Xbox merged into modular blade servers to achieve hardware racks.

So much so, that the first rack is already available for xCloud in your Quincy data center, so everything progresses very quickly.

Hardware without software is synonymous with incomplete, so Microsoft already has the support of strategic partners such as Ubisoft, PUBG Corp and Tencent for the development of Project xCloud, so we must see a catalog of games reduced at first in its staging .

Latency is the main problem for any Game Cloud project.

Microsoft is fully aware of this, which is why it has made certain movements such as the recent investments in Mixer, but above all in what is called a new hybrid solution.

The concept is simple to explain, but for what it seems is difficult to put into practice: combine local and cloud processing.

The result of this concept would be that the latency-sensitive aspects of a game would be handled locally, while other parts, such as graphics, would be supported by the cloud.

New patents for IA.

Apparently under the patents that have been seen registered, Microsoft plans an enhanced backend for artificial intelligence.

The intention of the giant is that the titles of Xbox One are kept in cache, but within the active memory of xCloud, not being linked to the profiles of users, which allows any player to start without problems derived and requesting pre-loaded titles no loading time If we add all that has been said, it would be a step beyond what has been seen so far by projects such as Google, because when dealing with the basics at the local level, no extra latency is generated or graphic fidelity is compromised, where, in addition, the developers they would not need to invest additional resources in new platforms, since everything would be based on Xbox.

This added to the Microsoft AI would undoubtedly make the difference compared to its competitors.

Three platforms will be supported by Project xCloud


Microsoft does not want to miss the opportunity to position itself as the first multiplatform Game Cloud company, the ambition is such that they have already designed the application that will support mobile, the platform with less power of the three enabled (Xbox and PC).

Project xCloud would have been executed through an application on a Samsung Galaxy S8, where certain rumors also claim that it was even played through Bluetooth devices, which adds some extra latency.

This coincides with several points that we have discussed in previous articles, where we also advance the Microsoft Streaming console project, a fact that seems to be confirmed as time progresses.

Many games are now ready for Project xCloud

The truth is that everything is so advanced that Microsoft already has several titles ready to give the kick-off to this new service in the cloud.

And is that titles like Forza Horizon 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War 4, Sea of ​​Thieves and Cuphead have already been seen broadcasting live through this new technology and where it is rumored that even Red Dead Redemption 2 can give the I finally jump.

Although there is no official release date, Microsoft plans to offer “public tests” this year 2019, although for now there is no official announcement on the matter.

In the same way, already in 2017 Phil Spencer said that this service would arrive in the next three years, which establishes that at the latest in 2020 it would be ready.

This could coincide very clearly with the announcement and staging of Xbox Scarlett, closing the circle in a brilliant way on the part of Microsoft, so we expect without a doubt a very interesting 2019 and 2020.

AOC CQ32G1: a monitor designed for casual gamers.


This year will undoubtedly be very moving in the monitor market, mainly due to the war that will face NVIDIA and AMD with G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. Manufacturers such as AOC are launching new models such as the one just presented: the AOC CQ32G1, a monitor with QHD resolution, 144 Hz and FreeSync that we will know more in depth below.

This is what the AOC itself qualifies, although seeing its specifications may be really short, as it is loaded with improvements to what is seen in the brand.

To begin, they expand their G1 range with this large monitor, since its size is 31.5 inches (80 cm), something that many will appreciate.

In addition, this size is accompanied by a VA panel, which, although it will not have the colors of an IPS, will be closer in contrast and angles, being an intermediate step between it and a TN panel.

AOC adds the first HDR monitor to its premium range, the AGON AG322QC4

This panel will carry a QHD resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels, which places it within the current medium-high range of panels.

At the moment it does not seem to be very “gaming” right ?, well, the best is yet to come, since AOC has equipped this monitor with a refresh rate of 144 Hz with a reduced response time of 1 millisecond, which coupled with its support for AMD’s FreeSync adaptive synchronization will provide a smooth and non-tearing / stuttering experience.

High contrast and good sRGB coverage

One of the strengths of the VA panels with quality is a high static contrast, and this seems to be one of them, since with 3000: 1 it is placed in the top of the table without a doubt.

Another aspect to highlight is undoubtedly its coverage for the sRGB range, where AOC ensures that its CQ32G1 will be able to offer a 124% compared to this, it is not mentioned on the other hand if it complies with other coverage such as DCI-P3, for example.

AOC V2H: new FreeSync monitors without frames and with 75 Hz of refresh

The available angles for its correct visualization will be the already typical 178º / 178º, allowing several people to visualize its content from any position or disposition.

Features added by AOC

In addition to the aforementioned, AOC will include in this CQ32G1 its Flicker-Free technology and a LowBlue mode, which will allow its future owners to play during long sessions with less eye fatigue, although we already know, it is advisable to rest your eyes every two hours approximately.

AOC Game Color is another of the parameters to be taken into account, since thanks to it we can select the color saturation and gray levels with 20 detail settings.

For the most demanding gamers the company has developed AOC Dial Point, a pointing indicator on the screen that does not affect the performance of our games, but is tremendously useful in certain games where the sights of the weapons do not suit our tastes.

Availability and price

According to AOC, your CQ32G1 will be available this February at a price of 399 dollars in the main retailers and stores in our country.

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AMD Radeon VII vs RTX 2080


Today is the big day, the moment in which the Radeon VII will go through the technology websites and show in the hands of analysts how it performs against its rivals. But before that happens officially, AMD has launched the benchmarks that, under its premises, compare the RTX 2080 against its Radeon VII, which one yields more?

AMD seems intent on showing the performance of its new card against the second fastest NVIDIA card, which makes us discard the option of fighting for the crown of performance.

In the same way and keeping this in mind, the AMD comparison becomes interesting, since the hardware used is that of the competition and does not limit the performance of most titles.

AMD Radeon VII would not have custom versions, and also its stock could be very very limited

Even so, and as we will see, in many games it is not specified what version of DX has been used, what settings in particular and what are their minimums.

They simply offer what is understood as the average between both cards and in two different resolutions, 4K and 1440p. It is also not specified how the (supposedly official) data of AMD has been obtained, since the comparatives have not been filtered, so we can not give total validity and we will simply leave it as filtering.

In the same way, let’s see the results.

Perfomance 1440p (2K)

 As we see, the RTX 2080 is still ahead in most titles, where only surprises this Radeon VII is in Battlefield V, as it gets a difference of 12 FPS.

It also manages to be above Total War: Warhammer 2 (1 FPS), Strange Brigade (4 FPS), F1 2018 (2 FPS) and Deus EX: Mankind Divided (6 FPS), not counting Battlefield 1 where the difference is negligible between both.

What will happen to 4K? Let’s check it

Perfomance in 4K (2160p)

 Under the most demanding standard resolution today, things improve for the Radeon VII, where it manages to impose itself in a couple of games more like Star Control: Origin, to magically go from losing four FPS to overtaking the RTX 2080 by eight, obtaining 12 FPS of difference between both resolutions in a comparative way.

In the other games, as we have calculated, the percentage differences are more or less maintained, so it seems that again AMD does not take advantage of the HBM and its large data bus.

Similarly, the Radeon VII (according to AMD), will yield below the RTX 2080 around 3-5% on average between both resolutions, which should be finally reflected in its price.


Productivity tasks, such as video design and editing, are a key point for many users, who depend on the graphic power of the moment to work more optimally and quickly. At this point, AMD takes up to four different softwares: Blender, DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Premier and LuxMark 3.1.

As we see, the Radeon VII is clearly faster than the Vega 64, where in some cases it is much faster. In front of the RTX 2080, it does not lose in any scenario, coming to stand out clearly under LuxMark, where in a couple of scenarios it almost doubles in performance because it is based on OpenCL and AMD has a lot of potential at that point.


As often happens with this type of data, the landlord sweeps for his house, we have seen it in the data of NVIDIA and in those of AMD in multiple occasions.

And, although these data are usually offered by testing companies external to the manufacturer, these are not exempt from flaws in methodology and testing, since to offer the data is not enough to compare in a trivial way, it has to be tremendously exhaustive.

AMD will barely make money with the Radeon VII

In the same way, the data of the webs that have had access to the few samples available will be on stage today, so we will leave doubts in just a few hours.

Nfortec Sagitta RGB: New Modular PSU with 80 PLUS Gold certification


We have not heard from Nfortec for quite some time, and it seems that they have been working really hard in order to start 2019 with force. Proof of this is its new range of power supplies that have just been presented and where we will have up to four different models that will be distributed depending on their power: 650w, 750w, 850w and 1050w. These models have been called Nfortec Sagitta RGB, so let’s get to know them.

Nfortec Sagitta RGB: maximum lighting with 80 Plus Gold certificate

The new Sagitta series comes undoubtedly loaded with new features compared to models of the same brand, but earlier.

We could focus on three key aspects of this new series, where all the models share these characteristics and are undoubtedly the most outstanding: its new RGB lighting system, its 80 Plus Gold certificate and its total modularity.

Starting with the most striking, its RGB system incorporates a 140 mm fan that will light up with different effects and colors to create a customized configuration in our system.

It is not specified if it can be controlled at pleasure, although according to the photographs it does not seem to have any external driver or USB cable that allows such control.

All you get is a back button that seems to turn off or turn on the RGB LED effect on your fan. In the same way, the fan is controlled in its speed through an intelligent speed control that adjusts according to the load obtained by the source.

80 Plus Gold Certificate

Certifications of power supplies are an important parameter that is increasingly taken into account by users, since to acquire each product has to complete a series of specific tests under industry standards.

In this case Nfortec manages to equip its new Sagitta series with a 80 Plus Gold badge, which means that its energy efficiency will be between a minimum value of 87% and a maximum of 92% (normally 50% of the skillful load or higher ).

This is key to take advantage of all consumption as skilled energy and not waste it in the form of heat, generating more stress to the components of the power supply, and where at the same time we will be more respectful with the environment.

The Sagitta series is completely modular

It may seem common, but the reality is that not all the sources that are in stock at this time, be it the brand that is, have this characteristic, no matter how 2019 we are.

The truth is that implementing this connector system is much more expensive to manufacture than traditional inboard soldered cables.

Even so, Nfortec offers us the entire Sagitta RGB range with fully modular wiring, which is a step ahead of cable management and the internal ventilation of the chassis.

In addition, this feature helps us to install these sources in smaller chassis for PSU, since we can do without in some cases some cables, shortening in certain points the total length of the source.

Speaking of lengths, another of the general characteristics for the four models presented are their measurements, since with 170x150x86 mm we can introduce them almost in the vast majority of existing chassis.

Silverstone Nightjar NJ600: all the details and price of this 80 Plus Platinum passive power supply


SilverStone is one of those premium brands that make the difference with others. Their products, as a rule, tend to be of an unblemished quality and at the same time they tend to innovate, as is the case with us today.

Although we saw this model a few months ago, today we know many more details that should be presented, since this SilverStone Nightjar NJ600 is very expected by users. SilverStone Nightjar 600W: totally passive with 80 Plus Titanium certificate As we already talked about it in its day, we have a source of the highest possible quality, this determination is due and required mainly by the absence of active cooling in it.

This SilverStone Nightjar NJ600 is manufactured by Seasonic in its entirety and following the guidelines set by the first, where we can find a source of fully modular power but that does not have digitalization, something very typical in the sources manufactured by Seasonic.

In the same way, in this type of elitist products, other details prevail, such as its passive dissipation system, which in this case houses four strategically placed dissipaters to maximize the little flow that may be inside its chassis. To achieve this effect and displace the generated heat as much as possible, the chassis of this SilverStone Nightjar NJ600 is drilled practically in its entirety, thereby improving the conductivity of it out of it.

80 Plus Titanium Certification

One of the advantages of designing a system like the one that includes this SilverStone Nightjar NJ600 is that very little energy is wasted in the form of heat. In this case and thanks to its 80 Plus Titanium certificate, we know that its efficiency will reach an amazing 94%, so only about 6% of energy will be wasted in the form of heat. This not only allows the source to be passive, but its dimensions are more compact (170 mm in length), making better use of the heatsinks. SilverStone says, in addition, that this Nightjar NJ600 can work without overheating even if we are at an ambient temperature of up to 40 degrees, which is really incredible if we consider the watts it can generate (600 watts with a single rail + 12v). 50 amps).

Maximum compatibility and high price

A source of this draft should include adequate support to the times, that is solvent and with cables to the height. In this case, apart from the typical 20 + 4-pin cable, SilverStone attaches two of 4 + 4 for EPS, four of 6 + 2 PCIe pins, six SATA, five Molex and one floppy, so we can install any equipment that supports a large CPU and motherboard, but also an SLI or Crossfire custom card system.

New Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless, wireless and very flashy


A new independent headphones come to the market, and they do it with a design that is most interesting. We talk about the Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless, a model that offers excellent freedom when using them and that are not expensive.

One of the things that stand out in this new accessory is that the colors in which they can be obtained are of the most striking: Black, White, Vanilla or Sky. Undoubtedly, with the Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless is not exactly unnoticed. But, in addition, these headphones include rubber bands for the ear, so it does not have the problems offered by some models that do not fit well for everyone (such as the Apple AirPods model).

The management of the reproductions with these headphones is very simple, since it includes a small touch panel – called Touch Control – which by means of touches and gestures allows to control actions such as volume or passing a song. This means that no button is included in the Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless, which for many will be positive in what has to do with its appearance. By the way, that this accessory includes a transport box that includes its own battery so you can perform downloads wherever you are (up to three complete cycles).

Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless: goodbye to cables

The reservation of these headphones is activated on February 13, 2019 on the website of the manufacturer, with a price of only 50.00 dollars. A good option these Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless for those looking for an independent wireless model.

This is achieved by using Bluetooth technology. This, on the one hand, means that no cable has to be used and, on the other, ensures excellent compatibility since almost all current smartphones include a corresponding chip. In addition, the Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless includes a technology called Easy Connect, which enables the accessory to be synchronized automatically when removed from its case (and disconnected when stored).

Another virtue of these wireless headphones is that they can be considered as off-road, since it is possible to use them both at home and when playing sports. This is due to its good ergonomics (especially untied that its weight is very small, since it is only four grams per element). In addition, the Urban 4 True Wireless Energy Earphones are water resistant, as it includes IPX5 protection, so rain is not a problem.

Other characteristics that should be known about the new ones are the ones we leave below:

o Neodymium magnet driver

o 6 mm driver

o Sensitivity: 0 ± 3 dB / mW

o Frequency: 20-20,000 Hz

o Power: 2 mW

o Impedance: 16 Ohm

o Headphone battery: 50 mAh

o Battery cover: 380 mAh

o Integrate microphone

Availability and price of Energy Earphones Urban 4 True Wireless

Google wants to reach all audiences: new data of the future Pixel Lite


It seems that this time it is true: everything indicates that Google intends to launch this year a terminal with a more affordable price. And, therefore, be an option for users who do not have large needs. We are talking about Pixel Lite, about which some details of what it will offer have been known.

The internal name of the future Pixel Lite is Sargo, which fits with the usual way of working for Google for their smartphones, and the data that has been known to publish results in the Geekbench performance test are some of the features that will offer this model. An example of what we say is that the amount of RAM that will integrate is 2 GB – there is the possibility that there is a variant with four -, so it will clearly be oriented to the most basic middle range (even, it could be considered as input) , the truth). That is, the Pixel Lite will be a phone for everyone.

As usual in the list of results obtained in the aforementioned test, you can also see data regarding the processor that will have the Pixel Lite, which will be a SoC of eight cores that work at a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz and that points to be a component manufactured by Qualcomm. So, expect a Snapdragon 636 is most likely and would be accompanied by a storage of 32 gigs (do not expect to expand with microSD cards, since Google is not very supporter of this option).

An interesting detail of the known information of the Pixel Lite

Well this is none other than the version of the operating system with which it has passed the test of performance: Android 10. This would indicate that this new terminal would be announced with the rest of the models of the new range of phones of the firm for 2019, so we talk about the month of September or October. This could change if a launch is made with Android Pie, but due to what has been known it is possible that the Mountain View company plans to release the Pixel Lite this fall in its usual event worldwide.

Seen the seen, we talked about a terminal that to have options in the market would have to be around 300 or 350 euros as much, since it is expected that its finish is in plastic and that the screen of the Pixel Lite a size of 5.6 inches with Full HD + resolution and without notch. There will be no fingerprint reader in the back and, as far as I know, it is expected that you keep the headphone jack. A final detail: this model will have a main camera with a single sensor, which is not exactly a surprise on a Google phone.

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