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'Minecraft' design overhaul has been axed


Minecraft won't stick with its look forever, but it looks like it's going to take some time before it gets an overhaul. Mojang just announced that it won't release the Super Duper Graphics Pack visual redesign. After two years of delays, the developer decided that it was "too technically demanding" to implement. And the company wasn't "happy" with the upgrade's performance across platforms. Instead of providing inconsistent quality across platforms, Mojang decided to just shut down the project.

The promise was to enable 4K on the Xbox One X as well as introduce more sophisticated visuals effects for areas like the atmosphere, highlights, and water. It doesn't mean that Minecraft won't get a redesign, though. Mojang is still "looking into other ways" to give Minecraft a new look. And that it has news on optimizing the constructive games on different platforms "very soon."

Source: Engadget


Samsung Galaxy Note10 tops read/write speeds benchmarks

Samsung's new Galaxy Note10 comes with a lot of bells and whistles to compel people to buy one. One of these features is that it's the first Samsung devices with UFS 3.0 (technically it should've been the Galaxy Fold, but we know what happened to that device.) UFS stands for Universal Flash Storage, which is a commonly used storage for handheld devices. And UFS 3.0 is the latest standard and it's twice as fast as UFS 2.1. It allows for data transfer speeds of up to 23.2Gbps (11.6Gbps in two lanes). And it pits it up against the OnePlus 7 series which also has UFS 3.0 (based on Samsung's tech).  

Read/write benchmarks show that Samsung's UFS 3.0 implementation on the Note10 has beat out the OnePlus 7 Pro. It beat out all the devices with UFS 3.0 in terms of Random write and SQLite, which means in this regard, you're getting the best Samsung has to offer.

Source: MSPowerUser


Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will reportedly launch on September 19th

If we're going to take the word of one of Huawei's executives, we're going to see the next iteration of the Mate series soon. New reports claim that the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will launch as early as September 19. During a briefing session on the EMUI 10 at the Huawei Developers Conference, Huawei's Consumer Business Software President Dr. Wang Chenglu said that the Kirin 990 chipset and the two phones will launch in Europe on September 19. But the veracity of this information needs to be checked, though. Even Huawei's employees sometimes aren't on the ball with information like these.

But what Dr. Chenglu said seemingly confirms that the two phones will launch with the Kirin 990 chipset. Other rumours about the phones claim that the Mate 30 will have two 40-megapixel camera sensors in a circular camera array at the back and sport a 90Hz display.

Source: 9to5Google 


Google looks to standardize gesture navigation with Android Q

Soon after Apple got rid of its home button and replaced it with gesture-based navigation, Android followed suit. But different OEMs had different interpretations for this navigation type. Google is looking to change that with Android Q. Gesture navigation will be the default with this version of Android, and it'll standardize the gesture system so it'll be easier to pick up. The beta version of the operating system has a new gesture system that gets rid of the back button. In its place, you swipe from the side of the screen. And the main gestures are similar to Apple's implementation.

The upside of gesture navigation is it does things like add function while using less screen real estate and make it easier to switch between apps. But if you're not into using gestures, you can still switch back to the three-button navigation.

Source: Phandroid

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