Newest Chipset Exynos 880 Designed To Support 5G
Samsung Exynos 880

Samsung isn’t just a maker of smartphones. It’s got several other items under its belt. And one of them is the line of their chipset / processor.

It has two processors under its name, Exynos 980 and Exynos 990. But now, Samsung has recently unveiled a brand-new Exynos 880 chipset.

Features of Samsung Exynos 880

Unlike its high-end chipsets, the Exynos 880 is designed for mid-range applications. It may be in inexpensive smartphones, but it has almost the same capacity as the Exynos 980.

Features of Samsung Exynos 880

Samsung Newest Chipset Exynos 880 is based on the 8-nanometer FinET process. It has an integrated 5G modem that supports up to 2.55Gbs of download speed and up to 1.28Gbps of upload speed.

There are two ARM Cortex A76 cores running at 2GHz in the latest Samsung Exynos 880. And there are 6 ARM Cortex A55 cores performing at 1.8GHz.

The GPU used by Exynos 880 is ARM Mali-G76 MP5. It supports high refresh rates as well as Full HD+ display. So, this processor is a gamer ‘s dream when you’re looking for a mid-range smart phone with excellent results.

In addition, Exynos 880 also supports UFS 2.1 and eMMC 5.1 storage, as well as LPDDR4X RAM.

The Difference of its High-End Siblings

Most of the features of Exynos 880 are similar to its high-end siblings, including storage and speed. But the support of the camera is what makes it special.

Samsung Exynos 880 SoC can accommodate either a 64MP main camera or dual 20MP camera setup. Whereas the 980 can accommodate up to 108MP main cameras.

Requires up to 30fps of 4K video recording. And it also offers playback for HEVC, H.264, and VP9 codecs.

And the other thing that is lacking is a higher resolution screen as Exynos 880 supports screen up to FHD+ or 2520 x 1080.

Given the variations, we can all accept that using a mid-range Android system with Samsung Exynos 880 SoC doesn’t seem to be a bad deal.


Hacking Group UncOver Release New Jailbreak
Hacking Group UncOver Release New Jailbreak


Apple released the latest iOS 13.5 software update a few weeks ago. The update included a number of new features, including an exposure notification system in partnership with Google.

Fortunately, within days of the official release, users started reporting a major bug issue with the latest iOS version.

Now, hackers have found a way to mess with Apple’s security system. There’s a new jailbreaking tool in town that works on every iPhone from iOS 11 to the current 13.5.

Jailbreaking into the Apple Restrictive System

Apple has always been very proud of its security strategy. In recent years, however, Hacking group UncOver have been able to exploit it and this is the first time a jailbreaking tool has been able to work on the latest software update.

Hacking group UncOver
Hacking group UncOver Official site


Hacking group UncOver released the jailbreak tool, announcing that it can jailbreak devices that have iOS 11 and above including the latest iOS 13.5.

Jailbreak tools allow users to gain more control and access over the operating system of the devices. It then lets the user customize their phones, giving access to restricted apps.


And in the case of Apple, it restricts a lot of apps and services. But according to UncOver, jailbreak will not “drain the battery life or prevent services like iMessage, Apple Pay, or iCloud.”

UncOver’s lead developer says, “Jailbreak literally removes limitations to existing rules”

Watch This Step-by-Step Video on How To Jailbreak  iOS 13.5

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Moto G8 Fast Accidentally Leaked Online by Motorola
Leak Moto G8 Fast

Motorola’s got a lot under her sleeves lately. And they came out with another phone announcements one after the other.

Motorola Edge Plus has already been released by the company. And the Motorola G7 ranges have also recently been announced. It’s also planning to bring Motorola One to the US.

Motorola recently leaked a YouTube video of the Moto G8 Fast smartphone “accidentally” and immediately took it down. Yet thanks to some of the viewers who were fast enough to save it, we now know what the G8 looks like.


Moto G8 Fast

There’s not a lot of details about the Moto G8 Fast because it’s not officially out yet. Yet there’s still a lot to know about the leaked footage.

In the leaked video the Moto G8 Fast was gray and had a full-screen camera. There were three camera lenses on the back of the phone, one of which was a macro lens and the other a wide-angle sensor.

It’s going to have a 3 GB RAM and a 4000mAh battery that lasts up to two days.

The front of the phone has almost no notch and a thin bezel. At the top left corner, there’s a punch-hole camera.
The Moto G8 Fast is likely to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 6xx processor with an octa-core CPU. And the rumor is that it will support the 5G.

We still have a lot of questions about the phone. But even though Motorola has taken the video down, we know it’s ready. So, maybe Motorola is about to announce the release of the Moto G8 soon.

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