Tag

China

Browsing

Nubia Red Magic 3 Gaming Phone

Gaming phones are nothing new, but Nubia’s Red Magic 3 just might be the ultimate, which no only features a “liquid cooling” copper heat pipe, but also a dedicated internal cooling fan that can spin up to 14,000 rpm. The device boasts an IP55 rating as well as its own isolated chamber to ensure liquids and dust don’t sneak in. Other features include a 6.65-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, up to 12GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, DTS:X surround front-facing speakers, and a high-capacity 5,000mAh battery with USB Power Delivery quick charge of up to 27W (QC 4.0 compatible). Read more for a hands-on unboxing video, additional pictures and information.

China Far Side of the Moon Yutu

China’s Yutu-2 has captured stunning new images of the Moon’s far side using the lunar rover’ panoramic camera as it makes its way west from its landing site in the South Pole-Aitken basin. This impact crater is of interest to scientists because they believe an ancient lunar impact may have exposed the Moon’s mantle in this area, and by studying the region, they hope to learn more about the early solar system and Earth. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Mars Simulation Base Earth China

Mars Base 1, also known as ‘Mars Camp’, has opened in China’s Gobi desert, and the first visitors were a group of students who even got to try on space suits. China’s space agency wants to make the camp a center for researchers and adventure-seekers to experience challenges that could face astronauts on Mars in the future. “I am very excited to be here. We saw the monolith, a crater, and a cave. It’s better than the Mars that I had imagined,” said a 13-year-old student. Read more for another video and additional information.

UFO Lights Beijing China
Paranormal researcher Scott C Waring uncovered footage of mysterious UFO lights that appeared in the skies over China. These bright lights, possibly from multiple unidentified flying objects, hovered in the night skies, and not only appeared in the skies of Beijing, but also in other regions of the country. “The lights caught the attention of most of Beijing, but it was seen by people that were 100 km away! That means the UFOs went to many locations, not just over Beijing. The light is lumpy and contained. That means its not a spotlight from the ground. A spotlight would spread the light evenly in all areas and cannot make lumps like this in the clouds. The lights suddenly appear as a group of spots, and then spreads into a plurality of spots, and moves quickly, sometimes ring-shaped, and sometimes resembles a pattern, and sometimes becomes another irregular pattern,” said Waring. Read more for the video and additional information.

Hire Someone Eat Food
Sometimes, you just want to indulge in tasty foods after an accomplishment or special occasion, but some people in China are hiring proxies from Alibaba’s Taobao service to do it for them. That’s right, instead of listing a product, their listing requests buyers to provide video evidence of them eating or drinking the said treats before receiving 2 yuan ($0.30) – 9 yuan ($1.35), along with whatever the food cost. Read more for a video (mandarin) and additional information.

Infiniti Qs Inspiration EV
China’s Autohome has leaked the Infiniti Qs Inspiration all-electric sports sedan concept ahead of its official reveal at the 2019 Auto Shanghai trade show on Tuesday, April 16. No technical specifications have been announced, but Infiniti says it offers “elevated driving position and high-performance electrified all-wheel drive (e-AWD) power.” Read more for additional pictures – one interior shot included – and information.

EHang 216 Passenger Drone Air Taxi

Priced at a hefty $336K, the EHang 216 passenger drone is now ready for production, as it successfully completed its first driverless test flight above the pitch at Vienna’s Generali Arena. Practical uses for this air taxi include short-haul services for passengers, industrial equipment and urgent medical deliveries. It can seat up to two adults with a maximum weight capacity of 750 pounds and can fly up to 90 mph for ‘almost half an hour’. Read more for another video and additional information.

Nokia X71
HMD Global has just launched the Nokia X71 in Taiwan, and it packs plenty of performance at an affordable price. Featuring a 6.39-inch FHD+ resolution LCD display (19.3:9 aspect ratio), Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, 3,500mAh battery, a headphone jack, and a triple-camera system on the rear with Sony Zeiss-certified lenses. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

ZTE Axon S
Photo credit: Notebook Italia
Chinese smartphone maker ZTE hasn’t officially announced the Axon S, but its design was leaked on the iF Design World Guide website, revealing some interesting features. Not much is known about what’s powering the handset, but we do know that it features a horizontal slider design that conceals two front cameras and three rear cameras. Other features include: an OLED display with an under-the-screen fingerprint reader and 5G in some markets. Read more for pictures of the leaked ZTE Axon V and additional information.

Colorful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kudan

NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is a pricey graphics card to say the least, but things just got a lot more expensive, thanks to Colorful’s limited edition iGame Kudan model. This Steampunk-inspired card will be limited to just 1,000-units and priced at a whopping $3,000. It’s not all about the looks, as it does come factory overclocked to 1,800MHz, and for comparison, the Founder’s Edition clocks in at 1,635MHz, while 1,545MHz for a reference card. Other upgrades include a triple-slot cooler that combines air and water cooling with three fans as well as numerous heatpipes. Read more for additional pictures and information.