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Huawei's new Mate 30 Pro is here Without Google Play!

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Looks like we haven't heard the last of Huawei after all!
I mean, it's kind of a "duh" moment for most of us.
The Multi-Billion Dollar tech giant who happens to be the leader in 5G Tech as of now has no reason to bow down and surrender simply because certain people sitting in certain positions decided to ban google services on them.

The new Mate 30 Pro still sees to sell in millions despite lacking Google Services.
But it still runs Android 10, so let’s take a look!
There have been a few noticeable changes in the general design.
The notch is now back and is slightly bigger than what their P-series phones had.
There are no volume buttons to be seen anywhere; more on that later.
There is now a pretty big quad-camera array on the back, yelling for attention.
All these changes and improvements only suggest that Huawei is devoted to their smartphone brand and is confident that they can still win back their place in the smartphone marketplace.
Why else would they be bold …

iPhone 11 Launch Event: Everything That's New

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Hey look! It's September!
That means it's time to witness the next generation of Apple devices.
Since we here at Dope Tech Fever take a keen interest in mobile tech before anything else, let's just talk about the new iPhones, shall we?

There are 3 new phones this year, as expected. So, here's everything that's new with the iPhone 11 series.
The New Displays:
Apple has slapped a superior XDR display on the new iPhones which is supposed to make them ridiculously bright while remaining power efficient.
The new Super Retina XDR displays, present only on the Pro and the Pro Max, can boost up to 1200 wits of peak brightness with 800 nits of sustained brightness while managing to be 15% more efficient.
They boast an impressive 2000000:1 contrast ratio, which basically means they're very good at accenting deep blacks.


They're also promoting a one year free subscription to their otherwise 4.99 USD/mo plan to Apple TV.
Watching HDR content on this screen would'v…