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Xiaomi Redmi 8 3D review released

The Xiaomi Redmi 8 smartphone looks very different from previous models. Your fingerprints hardly show up on the bright textured surface of the Aura Mirror case, while the wave effect decor gives it a reliable grip in the palm of your hand. The mid-performance eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 processor has a maximum frequency of 1.95 GHz, and image processing is performed by the Adreno 505 graphic video accelerator. Two new photo sensors (12mP Sony IMX363 and 8mP module with AI) can be brought into play to achieve optimal photo quality even in adverse conditions.

Inspect the Xiaomi Redmi 8 in 360° 3D detail in this REVIEW3 3D-review:

Xiaomi Redmi 8

3D review of Huawei Mate 30 Pro Space released

This new smartphone belongs to the flagship Mate 30 series and comes with top-end device features. The innovative case design with the Horizon Display screen is devoid of mechanical buttons. Volume is controlled by virtual buttons on the sides. The Kirin 990 mobile processor delivers high performance and energy efficiency. And, thanks to the improved camera and an ultra-sensitive 40 megapixel lens, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro Space supports ultra-slow and ultra-wide-angle shooting and works well in extremely low light conditions. Check out the Huawei Mate 30 Pro Space in interactive 3D detail in this REVIEW3 3D-review:

Huawei Mate 30 Pro Space

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III 3D review released

This new compact camera—ideal for recording your trips and travels—is equipped with a type 1.0 CMOS image sensor for high-quality photos (20.1 MP) and video (4K, Full HD). The picture clarity, with its pin-sharp detail, plus the ability to stream broadcasts to YouTube, position the device as a camera for bloggers. Additional features include 4K interval shooting and advanced auto-brightness control.

You can twirl around the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III and view it in 360° 3D in this REVIEW3 3D review: Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III

Apple iPhone 11 3D-review released

Apple's latest iPhone offering delivers phenomenal performance (1 trillion operations per second!). This amazing power is due to the 7-nanometer technology of its powerful A13 Bionic processor, says the company, which also claims the processor and graphics chip are the fastest in the world. The iPhone 11 supports Wi-Fi 6 format, is water- and dust-proof and works for a whole day without a recharge. The main camera (12 megapixels) comes with a dual optical zoom and an ultra-wide-angle lens, not to mention an intelligent system that adapts to less-than-perfect shooting conditions — poor lighting, camera shake, et cetera — to deliver pro-quality photos.

Inspect the iPhone 11 in 360-degree 3D detail in this REVIEW3 3D-review:  iPhone 11

3D-review of Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus released

This Immersive Dynamic AMOLED-screen smartphone is extremely concise. The absence of unnecessary details brings your focus firmly to bear on what’s happening on the screen. A powerful 7-nm processor and 12 GB of RAM provide fast data loading, and the built-in memory expanded to 768 GB means bags of space for storing loads of information. The device includes five smart cameras (one front and four main), which allow you to shoot and process professional grade video.

You can inspect Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus in detail in this REVIEW3 3D-review: Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus