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In addition to the HD 6970 X2 card that is yet to get a release date, Powercolor decided to showcase yet another dual-GPU card that should be available as of next month – the Radeon HD 6870 X2. The HD 6870 X2, as Powercolor calls it, packs two 40nm Barts GPUs connected via Lucid’s Hydra Engine chip and a total of 2GB of GDDR5 memory on the same PCB. It will have a total of 2240 Stream processors, GPUs clocked at 900MHz and dual 256-bit memory interface for those 2GB of 4200MHz clocked memory. The backplate features two DVI, two mini DisplayPort and an HDMI 1.4a outputs. The new dual-GPU card will need two 8-pin PCI-Express power connectors and will be a decent option for those that want to go for HD 6870 Crossfire without the need for additional PCI-Express slot. It also features a Crossfire connector in case you want to daisy chain two of these cards for some quad-GPU fun. The card is cooled by a rather large dual fan cooler with a total of five copper heatpipes. According to latest details, the card should appear on retail/e-tail shelves sometimes next month with a price of US $449. This means that it will end up more expensive than two HD 6870 cards that are currently selling as low as US $190 a piece, but that’s what you get when you pair two GPUs on a single PCB as you got to count for custom cooler and cost of bridge chip.

In addition to the HD 6970 X2 card that is yet to get a release date, Powercolor decided to showcase yet another dual-GPU card that should be available as of next month – the Radeon HD 6870 X2. The HD 6870 X2, as Powercolor calls it, packs two 40nm Barts GPUs connected via Lucid’s Hydra Engine chip and a total of 2GB of GDDR5 memory on the same PCB. It will have a total of 2240 Stream processors, GPUs clocked at 900MHz and dual 256-bit memory interface for those 2GB of 4200MHz clocked memory. The backplate features two DVI, two mini DisplayPort and an HDMI 1.4a outputs. The new dual-GPU card will need two 8-pin PCI-Express power connectors and will be a decent option for those that want to go for HD 6870 Crossfire without the need for additional PCI-Express slot. It also features a Crossfire connector in case you want to daisy chain two of these cards for some quad-GPU fun. The card is cooled by a rather large dual fan cooler with a total of five copper heatpipes. According to latest details, the card should appear on retail/e-tail shelves sometimes next month with a price of US $449. This means that it will end up more expensive than two HD 6870 cards that are currently selling as low as US $190 a piece, but that’s what you get when you pair two GPUs on a single PCB as you got to count for custom cooler and cost of bridge chip.

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Tecno Phantom X2 Review: Ghost, Out Of Its Shell

The Breakdown



That’s a nice – second – attempt by TECNO to enter the high end (competitive) market. The Phantom X2 relies on the latest Mediatek Dimensity 9000 and a minimal and unique back design to impress us. I loved its 120Hz curved OLED display, and the decent battery life, but not the general performance of its camera setup.





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TECNO’s success in the global emerging market has been attributed to tailoring its phones’ features to the needs of the local market and is always committed to provide the users the latest technologies for the youth-generation consumers who are “young at heart”. This brand new Phantom X2 model is only available in a single 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant, packs a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC and an enigmatic design choice.

We used this phone for two weeks and below you can read our review impressions using this device as a main smartphone for mostly business but also pleasure.

Tecno Phantom X2 – Technical Specs

As we mentioned earlier, this is surely a flagship-like smartphone. So let’s see what it offers on the specs sheet:

Body: 164.6×72.7×8.9mm, 203g; Glass front (Gorilla Glass Victus), aluminum frame, plastic back.

Display: 6.80″ AMOLED, 120Hz, 1080x2400px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 387 ppi.

Chipset: MediaTek Dimensity 9000 (4 nm): Octa-core (1×3.05 GHz Cortex-X2 & 3×2.85 GHz Cortex-A710 & 4×1.80 GHz Cortex-A510); Mali-G710 MC10.

Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM; UFS 3.1.

OS/Software: Android 12, HIOS 12.

Rear camera: Wide (main): 64 MP, PDAF, OIS; Ultra wide angle: 13 MP, f/2.2, 1/1.3″, 1.12µm, AF; Depth: 2 MP.

Front camera: 32 MP, (wide).

Video capture: Rear camera: 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30fps; Front camera: 1080p@30fps.

Misc: Fingerprint reader (under display, optical); NFC; FM radio, recording.

Tecno Phantom X2 – Main package

Tecno Phantom X2

45W Charging Brick

Type-C Charging Cable

Type-C Earphones

Phone Case

TECNO Phantom X2 – Design

One thing that makes this little beast stand out from the rest phones in the market, is surely it’s massive camera island on its back – but we’ll talk about it later. The Phantom X2 packs a 6.8-inch OLED screen with an elongated 20:9 aspect ratio. The backside can come in glass or vegan leather “made from recycled materials from the Indian Ocean,” which is something of interest to some – not me. The display is curved, with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, maximum brightness of 500 nits and refresh rate up to 120Hz.

On the right side, we find volume rockers and a power button with a red color accent to it which are pretty. At its top, a secondary microphone for noise cancellation is placed. On its bottom, it bundles a bottom-firing speaker, a USB Type-C Port, a SIM tray slot, and a primary microphone. It doesn’t have IP68 rating for protection, so you’d better be careful.

Tecno Phantom X2 Display

In terms of color vibrancy, viewing angles, animations and sharpness, I have no complaints. The screen looks good. But the 500 nits of brightness is a bit low by 2023 flagship standards, and this is a screen that clearly looks dim under direct sunlight compared to something like a new iPhone or Samsung. During outdoor scenarios, the display is bright enough and we didn’t encounter any visibility issues. Ιt’s covered with Gorilla Glass Victus and comes with 2 colour modes:- Bright colors and Original colors.

I really appreciated the fact that the Phantom X2 supports Widevine L1 certification. This lets the other OTT streaming applications like Netflix and Amazon Prime offer HD quality to cherish your sessions. Thankfully it also holds three modes for refresh rate settings: Auto switch refresh rate, 60Hz, and 120Hz.

TECNO Phantom X2 review – Hardware

The driving power behind this smartphone is the Mediatek Dimensity 9000 SoC. It a high-end SoC with an integrated 5G modem. It includes one fast Cortex-X2 core with up to 3 GHz, three more A710 cores with up to 2.85 GHz and four power efficiency cores (Cortex-A510) with upto 1.8 GHz. The SoC is manufactured in the new 4nm process at TSMC factories. Obviously this is a decent SoC that can easily go neck-to-neck with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 which means it delivers best-in-class performance.

There’s also a Mali-G710 MC10 inside. It provides a clock speed of up to 3.05 GHz coupled with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB UFS 3.1 storage. There is no software lagging or heating issues.

The Phantom 2 has a single loudspeaker and music sounds ok in all levels of volume. Sound in calls and video-calls is ok but nothing to brag about. Connectivity is also good. Full signal in call conditions. Bluetooth is ok too – I ‘ve used the smartphone with my wireless headphones daily for review purposes without interruptions and by the way, its GPS is instantaneous.

While performing the Geekbench benchmark, the device’s temperature reached almost 39°C which can be accepted. As far as benchmarks are concerned; It hits 1241 in Single Core Benchmark, and 4130 Multi-Core Score. During the CPU throttling test, it throttled down to 79% to its max performance.

I enjoyed playing some nice game titles like Genshin Impact or Call of Duty: Mobile. I didn’t encounter any slowdowns or lags during use. The device felt slightly warmer while playing genshin impact for an hour but doesn’t affect the performance at all.

TECNO Phantom X2 review – Camera

Obviously, the main reason one should buy the Tecno Phantom X2 is its impressive triple camera. It provides several interesting features for youngsters mainly:

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The phone in our review bundles a triple camera array which includes 64MP Primary Sensor, 13MP Ultra-wide Sensor, and 2MP sensor that is equipped with LED flash. On its front optics, it bundles a 64 MP selfie shooter with OIS. It also has an eye-tracking autofocus – a first for me and weird to look at, it reminds me of a sci-fi film. The user can also take pictures only by smiling! The camera app has Super Night, Portrait, Google Lens, Beauty, Video, AI cam and Short Video. The latter is for usage on social media and has a lot of extras for visual effects.

It lacks a dedicated telephoto camera but allows shooting digital zoom pictures via a primary camera. Also, the night mode is a bit disappointing; With a very slow shutter speed during low light conditions, it comes up with a worse photo than the normal mode. Sometimes however, it works flawlessly well.

TECNO has invested a lot in the camera department, and I believe the result is impressive. I really enjoyed the AR Shot, with Animoji/stickers, the face recognition software that can transform our face in an instance, the portrait restoration technique that we can find embedded and of course a seriously sick bokeh effect!

Camera features

Phantom X2 have also optimized the Super Night Mode 3.0 with AI Scene Light Detection, Multi-frame Fusion Optimization Algorithm and the cutting-edge Touch-up Restoration Technology. This appropriately brightens your image to make it both clear and natural even shooting in a dark environment. What’s more, the Ring Screen Fill-in Light provides an even, three-dimensional fill-in light for the face even in low light conditions.

All in all, the company has added fun in the usage of the camera and I spent a lot of time playing with it during our review.

There’s also support for HDR/Super Night Mode/Panorama modes, while having the ability to shoot 120/240fps Slow Motion videos, 2K lapse videos, and huge Panorama photos that will impress you. There’s also AI support in Beauty Mode, optimized for retouching the user’s body parts! You can easily now become… slimmer with the touch of a button 😉

More camera features

Taking into consideration the camera installation I was surprised at how good daylight pictures are in this review. The main sensor works perfectly. I can’t tell whether the depth / AI lenses help. This phone could be sold with a single camera in other times, but seeing how multi-camera phones push sales, all companies provide extra lenses. Night photos are good in case of light and get better with Night mode. I don’t think anyone will complain about the camera.

Video stabilization is on par, too, the only weakness I would say is the ultra-wide lens, and that the portrait lens struggles with focus in lower light situations. In any case, this is a camera system that can almost face most of the biggest names in the industry. This is a remarkable achievement by Tecno. 

TECNO Phantom X2 review – Software

I have the feeling that the people behind HIOS will do a good job onwards since this very rich skin covers all needs of a user and does it with good speed and minimal energy consumption. I hope Tecno will continue to provide updates for this phone. However, Android 12 is a generation old now and Tecno does not have a proven track record of offering software updates in a timely manner. I wouldn’t hold my breath on Android 13 coming here anytime soon.

Review: Battery

The huge Li-Po 5,160 mAh battery and the software added by TECNO is an excellent combination that provides two days of light usage or one day of medium usage (no gaming). SOT is about 7-8 hours which is a top performance.

I was happily impressed by the charging speed. The brand new Type-C 45W wall charger is a welcomed addition to the setup. It provides a full charge the device from 0%-50% in 19 minutes and it took us 59 minutes to charge it from 0% to 100%. However, the phone doesn’t support wireless charging, a bummer for those who want everything.

TECNO Phantom X2 review – Conclusion

Indeed, this is TECNO’s most ambitious project, in terms of hype and performance. It features an eye-grabbing design and genuine innovative camera hardware breakthrough. It can easily cover your needs in terms of social media photography, and more. Main camera setup has good performance, but the lack of proper image stabilization and sound of the video recording hurts the total performance in the area.

The SoC is energy efficient and stable and cool. Software is rich but needs polishing to remove some of the bloatware. There is a quite large battery with top standby times of up to 15 hours of use, and the charging speed is good with a 45W charger. Design is great and the addition of case / earphones in the box is a plus.

The TECNO Phantom X2 costs Rs.39,999 in India at this time or approximately 480$, a price which is more than what the fans of the company may want. This is the only way however to make an entrance to the high end market segment. With a bang!

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Cameratweak Hd Supercharges The Ipad’s Stock Camera App

With that in mind, I was taken aback a bit when an email from the developer of CameraTweak — a tweak that I had already reviewed for the iPhone — arrived in my box. The email stated that there was a new app, CameraTweak HD, and they wanted my opinion on it.

I immediately thought to myself, “cool, an upgrade to the awesome CameraTweak for the iPhone,” but soon after I realized that this was for the iPad. Admittedly, it did take me a while to get used to the idea of using my iPad to take pictures, but I somehow got through it.

My conclusion goes a little like this: If you’re going to look silly and take photo and videos with your 10″ tablet, then you might as well do it with the best available software out there. Ladies and gentlemen, like its precursor, CameraTweak for iPhone, CameraTweak HD is hands-down the best camera oriented jailbreak tweak for the iPad. If you want to take awesome photos and videos while having a plethora of options at your disposal, then look no further.

If you haven’t already perused our super in-depth review of the original Camera Tweak, then I wholeheartedly urge you to do so. Not only does it cover most of the stuff included with CameraTweak HD, but you get a sense for how this version evolved into what it did.

Instead of just thrusting the original tweak on to the iPad with little regard to design or aesthetics, it’s apparent that developer, Sandra Baldorf, paid a lot of attention to the tweak’s layout. Consideration has been paid to the extra space available on the iPad’s larger screen, and the various UI elements reflect that.

CameraTweak HD is basically comprised of two sections, a lower pane, which contains toggles for four different reticles along with a white balance lock button, and a larger group of primary settings found on the main window. To access the primary settings, simply tap and hold on the shutter button, or drag from right to left on the shutter button. Afterwards, you’ll see a group of dynamic options (based on photo mode or video mode) fan out to greet you.

The reticles — Thirds, Golden Rule, Tri Section, and Square — are there to assist you with composition. The primary options — focus and exposure, time lapse, timer, and burst mode — provide you with essential settings that the stock Camera app sorely lacks.

My favorite thing about CameraTweak is the separation of the focus and exposure settings. This allows you to take exposure from one area of the frame, while focusing on a whole different area. You can’t do this with the stock Camera app, as both of these settings are essentially combined.

Videographers (original ones, not those who just shamelessly rip off the styles of others) need not feel left in the lurch, as there are plenty of settings for you, too. Along with the ability to separate exposure and focus, there are options for frame rate, aspect ratio, and resolution.

Apple Card Family: Share Your Apple Card For A Better Credit Score

In August 2023, Apple created a ripple in the credit card industry by introducing the titanium Apple Card. And now, in its 2023 Spring Event, the tech giant did it again by announcing Apple Card Family.

So, what’s the deal with Apple Card Family? Is it a smart move on Apple’s part? Read on to discover all this and more with me.

The idea behind Apple Card Family 

Interestingly, Apple CEO started the presentation by mentioning the disparity and lack of clarity in credit scores awarded to two users with the same credit card.

And Apple Card Family is an attempt to resolve the issue. Plus, to reinvent how users can build credit together.

The basic concept is that two people can co-own an Apple Card and share/merge their credit lines. This way, they can improve the credit together and get equal benefits.

Designed to help families achieve a healthier financial goal, it simplifies purchase tracking and expenditure management. And all of that on an iPhone with a single monthly bill.

What does Apple Card Family offer?

With its release, Apple Card attempted to transform the overall credit card experience. Apple managed to simplify everything from the application process to add more privacy and security.

Apple Card Family adds all the more perks to the equation, such as:

Add up to 5 people – Now, you can share your Apple Card account with users who are part of the same Family Sharing group by sharing the Apple Card via Wallet.

Share every aspect – Along with building credit history together, both owners also gain the flexibility of a combined limit and share responsibilities of making payments.

Co-owners transparency – You can also check details of each other’s spending from a single monthly bill.

Parental controls – Add anyone who is 13 years or older as a participant to allow them independent spending. You get insights into their purchases and control their purchase limit.

Combined credit reporting – Whether positive or negative, all account activities will be reported to credit bureaus if the participants have opted for credit reporting.

Apple Card Family offers Daily Cash for all participants

With Apple Card Family, co-owners and participants will earn up to 3% Daily Cash for every Apple Card purchase. For more clarity, see the below breakdown.

When Apple Card is used with Apple Pay – unlimited 2% Daily Cash

When a purchase is made directly with Apple – unlimited 3% Daily Cash

As the name suggests, Daily Cash is added to users’ Apple Cash card every day and can be used right away.

Managing Apple Card Family

You can manage your Apple Card Family using the wallet app on your iOS device. Thus, it is essential for the (co)owners to own an Apple device running the latest iOS supporting the card.

The smart family sharing plan will be available in the US from May. And existing Apple Card customers can merge their accounts, allowing them an even higher shared credit limit while keeping the lower APR.

The card is issued in association with Goldman Sachs, which has the right to make all eligibility and credit-related decisions.

Note: Anyone who is 18 years or older can be eligible as a co-owner and opt for credit reporting. As for users, who are 13 years or older can become participants.

Is Apple Card Family the next best thing? 

While I am not a financial expert, the idea seems intriguing. I could surely see the obvious positives that Apple has pointed out.

But would they pan out as smoothly as Apple’s presentation about them or will it meet some potential pitfalls? Well, only time can tell, and all we can do is wait and watch.

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Review: Jaybird’s Redesigned X2 Bluetooth Earbuds Soar Over The Predecessor

Today we’re taking a look at some of the best Bluetooth earbuds on the planet. These are the Jaybird X2 earbuds and they are simply amazing. I suppose this review is a bit backwards as I’ve just given you the verdict here, but let me tell you why these are so great…

First up, let’s get into the box. The packaging is very similar to its predecessor, the BlueBuds X. Opening up the side flap will reveal the headphones and accessories. The first item you’ll encounter are the interchangeable ear tips, which now include an assortment of Comply Foam tip for maximum sound isolation and comfort. These are quite possibly my favorite tips for any earbuds. You’ll also get silicon tips, but those are nothing in comparison to these premium squishy foam friends.

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Pulling out the tray, you’ll find a carrying case which is also an improvement over the clam-style case from the original version, and the X2 earbuds secured with some tabs. Inside of the hard case you’ll find the ear-fins that will help keep these earbuds in your ear. They work very well thanks to the matte finish on the outside, they won’t slip and slide at all, which is an issue I often had with my BlueBuds X.

These will stay in your ears through walking, running, jumping, and basically any sport/task you throw at them. You also get a few little clips that will help with cable management as well. The good news is that you get everything needed to get up and running out of the box. You can also pair up to 8 devices to these little guys.

As for form and function, these are a dream to use. The battery life is rated at 8 hours and I have no trouble believing that number. It’s a rare occasion that I’m greeted with a low battery warning and charging them up is a quick and simple process. The charging port is located under one of the earbud caps and charges up with the included Micro USB cable.

There’s an inline remote control for changing tracks, play and pause, power, pairing mode, and even a microphone built-in that will allow you to take calls on-the-go. If that’s not enough these are sweat proof and guaranteed for life if they’re ever damaged because of that. Don’t go taking a shower with them, but they are sealed up with Liquipel and should withstand the most sweaty conditions.

So what makes the X2 earbuds a worthy purchase over its predecessor? Well a couple of things. The finish and available colors are outstanding this time around and I’m a big fan of the compact design, but that’s nothing special. These are extremely comfortable especially with the Comply Foam tips and the redesigned ear-fins make a big difference.

Another improvement here is the fact that the controls are now silent. The BlueBuds X use a small beep tone to let you know when volume or tracks are changed and that’s gone this time around. It’s a small thing to complain about, but the difference is huge in everyday use.

The main reason you should look at these headphones though is the sound quality. It’s definitely been improved this time around and I’m a big fan. Without a doubt, I’m convinced that these are some of the best sounding Bluetooth earbuds you can buy. The sound has been fine tuned and improved over the BlueBuds X and I can definitely hear the difference. If you want more information on the frequency response and other detailed info, you can find it on Jaybird’s website.

If you don’t have a good pair of Bluetooth earbuds in your life, stop this video now and go buy these. If you’re trying to save some cash, the original model is also a bit cheaper now. They may be a few years old, but they are 2nd best in the list of best Bluetooth earbuds ever. Trust me on this one, you won’t be disappointed investing in either model. If you want to pick the Jaybird’s X2 earbuds up for yourself, they are available for $179.99 in multiple color options.

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Western Digital Released Firmware 1.01.01 For Wd Tv Hd Media Player

Western Digital released firmware 1.01.01 for WD TV HD Media Player

Western Digital has rolled out a major firmware update for its sub $100 multimedia player. A long list of new features and fixes are enabled on the 1.01.01 release to improve playback stability, reliability and further increase player performance; It ever supports 1080P at 24hz for smoother video playback!

New Features:

• Added .MKV chapter selection for video playback for MKV with chapter support

• Added .MTS file extension support

• Added .TP file extension support

• Added .TS file extension support

• Added 1080p 24hz support

• Added disk volume name to folder navigation in list mode

• Added EXIF orientation flag functionality for auto picture rotate

• Added file size in filename

• Added jump feature to the remote: While fast forwarding or reversing, if the “Next” or “Prev” buttons

are pressed, video will jump 10 minutes in the respective direction

• Added progress indicator for the duration of the FF or REV function

• Added a blinking status LED behavior while drive is mounting; previously the light just stayed on

• Added sequential .M2TS file playback function

• Added additional subtitle support (SMI, SUB, ASS, SSA)

• Added user selectable font size for subtitle support

• Added song title scroll in music playback to prevent truncation

• Added embedded subtitle display in .MKV files

• Added additional subtitle encoding support for the following: Western Europe (ISO), Traditional

Chinese (Big5), Simplified Chinese (GB18030), Japanese (Shift-JIS), Korean (EUC-KR), Cyrillic

(Windows-1251), Cyrillic (KOI8-R), Greek (ISO); previously only UTF-8 was supported

• Added display sizing menu for photo playback: Fit to Screen, Full Screen, Keep as Original

• Added accelerating scroll speed based on how long the arrow is held down on the remote when

navigating folders with a large number of files; previously only one, constant speed was available

Resolved Issues:

• Resolved issue when 2 drives were connected, then one drive was disconnected, the files from the

disconnected drive still showed up on the file list but were not playable

• Resolved “repeat one” failure during music playback; previously songs would not repeat

• Resolved artist name truncation issue during music playback

• Resolved issue where WD TV would not turn back on with remote after extended period of inactivity;

previously WD TV had to be unplugged and was unrecoverable with the remote

• Resolved image size and position issues during video playback; previously the image displayed did

not fill the screen until the picture was zoomed in and then out again

• Resolved info bar display issues in PAL (European display standard) mode

• Resolved issue of the slideshow playing while in the Option menu during playback, slideshow now

pauses if the Option menu is accessed

• Resolved issues surrounding drives going to “sleep” and folders showing as empty; previously drives

equipped with a sleep feature would not re-initialize before the WD TV timed out and displayed the

folders as empty

• Resolved issues with DVR-MS file playback, FF and REV now function properly; previously FF or

REV during a DVR-MS file would cause the file to stop playing and the video signal to be lost

• Resolved issues with forced resolution changes dropping video signal; previously the signal would be

lost if the user switched between forced resolution and auto

• Resolved photo self re-sizing issue; previously during photo playback the pictures would randomly

re-size themselves

• Resolved Status LED behavior by blinking to reflect accurate read cycles while data is being read;

previously the LED just stayed on

• Resolved subtitle default to “on” issue (subtitles now default to “off”, unless there is an external

subtitle file created, then subtitles default to “on”)

• Resolved subtitle position issue, the subtitles were moved down towards bottom of screen; previously

during playback of some files subtitles were positioned too high blocking the view of the video

• Resolved the 1-2 second FF during initial playback of .MPG video; previously video would play in

what appeared to be FF for the first 1-2 seconds and then slow to standard play rate

• Resolved video signal failure when pan function in video files with subtitles is used; previously

subtitles would stop functioning, video would stop playing, or TV would lose signal

• Resolved zoom issues while file info is displayed during video playback; previously signal would fail

or video would stop playing

• Resolved zooming issues while subtitles were on; previously the screen used to go black and the

video would stop playing

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