Details of the draw are at the end of the material, but for now let's move on to the news of the past week.

We held a competition at Saturday Coffee No. 82 as part of the New Year's gift marathon. Today we are pleased to announce the name of the winner, who will receive a Nokia 800 Tough phone, Dmitry Amelin. Congratulations and please write to us, the coordinates are at the end of the material.

Rambler Group will stop criminal prosecution of Nginx

At an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rambler Group, a decision was made to stop the criminal prosecution of Nginx. The Board of Directors instructed the company's management to ensure the termination of the contract with Lynwood Unvestments and apply to law enforcement agencies with a request to withdraw their claim. Rambler will continue to defend its business interests within the civil law field, for which it will consult with the founders of Nginx and representatives of the current owner of F5.

And the second news about Rambler. The company has entered into a settlement agreement with the American streaming service Twitch. Prior to this, Rambler demanded 180 billion rubles from Twitch for showing the service 36,000 episodes of the broadcast of the English football Premier League. Rambler confirmed that it had withdrawn the claim and reached an agreement with Twitch as part of an out-of-court settlement. An agreement has been reached that Rambler will not seek financial compensation from Twitch. Rambler reported that both parties are satisfied with the agreements reached. In its statement of claim, Rambler demanded to block the Twitch service in Russia.The Moscow City Court ruled to temporarily block sports broadcasts on the Twitch service as an interim measure for this claim. As a result, Twitch removed the controversial content. A Twitch spokesperson told Reuters that the service is ready to fight 2009 with illegal content and is focused on providing quality content for its Russian audience.

The Rambler company behaves somehow rudely and ugly, in the case of Nginx they turned to law enforcement agencies, which, in turn, initiated a criminal case. And in the case of Twitch, they immediately filed a lawsuit to block the service in Russia. Such behavior deals a strong blow to the reputation of Rambler, but apparently, the top management of the company is not very concerned about this issue.

LostFilm blocked in Russia

One of the largest torrent trackers aimed at an audience of TV series fans, LostFilm, has been blocked in Russia. The torrent tracker, known for its Russian-language voiceovers of famous TV shows, was blocked based on the decision of the Moscow City Court on the suit of Warner Bros, which accused LostFilm of illegally distributing the Supergirl series. LostFilm was repeatedly subjected to blocking of individual pages of the site, but after the removal of pirate distributions, the blocking was removed, this time the entire domain name of the site was blocked.

For some reason, when I saw a message about the blocking of the site, I was sure that this was the work of Apple or Disney, because the LostFilm team dubbed and published the See series, which was released on Apple TV, and The Mandalorian from Disney+. But it turns out that Warner Bros demanded to close the entire site because of the Supergirl series. Who even watches this Supergirl?! No, of course, Roskomnadzor taught us to use a VPN, so it’s not a problem to go to the site, but still completely shutting down LostFilm because of one, and not the most popular series, is wrong.

Since we are talking about series, let me remind you about our article “Winter Break Plans: December’s Best TV Shows”, which only becomes more relevant on the eve of the holidays:

A new player in the Russian smartphone market

Somehow I missed the moment that a new smartphone manufacturer Tecno Mobile recently came to our market. To be precise, the company has been present on the Russian market for two years, but it became active in the smartphone market only at the end of November, when it introduced its new line of devices. I became curious to see what this manufacturer offers our compatriots, especially considering that he plays in the segment of devices that is most in demand in our country up to 10,000 rubles. As a test subject, I chose the new Tecno Camon 12 model, so to speak, the flagship of the company's current line.

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The Camon 12's specs aren't amazing, but remember the $9,990 price tag and it's not all that bad. MediaTek Helio P22 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of permanent memory and support for microSD memory cards up to 256 GB. The display is large, in the spirit of the times, 6.52 ”is made using IPS technology and has HD + resolution. The screen quality is quite decent. You can, of course, find fault with the resolution, but remembering the price of the device, somehow you don’t even want to do this, given that there is a high-quality oleophobic coating. The main camera is triple (16 + 8 + 2 MP), there is a wide-angle lens, the ability to shoot macro from 2 cm, and also take photos with bokeh effect. Daytime shots are quite good, the manufacturer focuses on selfies. At night, however, the camera falls short of this year's flagship products.

The design of Tecno Camon 12 is in the spirit of the time, there are no revelations, but it's not bad. There are three color schemes to choose from, all colors with a gradient, so to speak, are in trend. The 4000 mAh battery is not bad, it's a pity that the microUSB connector is used for recharging, but, according to the manufacturer, the HiOS shell is optimized for the processor and automatically clears background processes to improve energy efficiency.

In general, Tecno Camon 12 leaves positive emotions after meeting him. Of course, if you want, you can find fault with a smartphone, but do not forget that the device plays in the price segment up to 10,000 rubles. In addition, Tecno Mobile is officially present on our market and gives a 13-month warranty on its devices, and comes with a transparent case, headphones and protective glass.

Military phone

The Russian company INOI has introduced a new model of a thin phone in a shockproof case - INOI 244Z, which will cost customers 1,490 rubles. The phone complies with the requirement of 76-FZ "On the status of military personnel" and can be used in the Russian army: it does not have advanced multimedia capabilities, including the absence of a camera and a voice recorder, Internet access and Bluetooth, but there is a bright LED flashlight, and the case itself is equipped with metal inserts that protect the phone from shock and damage.

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INOI 244Z is lightweight (104 g) and thin (12 mm), equipped with a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels that is large enough for ordinary phones. Its battery capacity is 2000 mAh, which allows the new product to withstand more than 2 weeks without recharging in standby mode, as well as 13 hours of talk time. In addition, this phone allows you to use two SIM-cards.

An interesting phone model, I should have seen it live. True, it is not very clear to me why the device should be made so deliberately brutal, but it was possible to offer a more calm and “civilian” design and at the same time make the dimensions of the device a little more compact.

We have not yet had a review of this phone, but several reviews of new smartphones were released this week. This is a test of a mid-range smartphone with a powerful battery - Oppo A9 2020:

Saturday coffee №83

The end of December, there is no snow, at least in Moscow, but I hope you already have a New Year's mood. But if this is not the case, then we will try to make it festive for you. Today we continue the marathon of New Year's gifts and, together with Xiaomi, we will raffle off not one, but two prizes at once. The first prize is Redmi Note 8T, which the company introduced at the very end of November. Powerful smartphone based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, with 6.23” IPS display with FHD+ resolution. He also has a main camera with four modules, the main one is 48 MP, a 4000 mAh battery and an NFC module on board.

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The second prize will appeal to fans of the brand, and not only, it is Xiaomi Luggage classic 20". Lightweight suitcase with a volume of 38 liters, made of wear-resistant Makrolon polycarbonate from the German manufacturer Covestro. It is equipped with 360° rotating wheels, a retractable handle and TSA lock.

Saturday coffee #83

Details of the draw are at the end of the material, but for now let's move on to the news of the past week.

We held a competition at Saturday Coffee No. 82 as part of the New Year's gift marathon. Today we are pleased to announce the name of the winner, who will receive a Nokia 800 Tough phone, Dmitry Amelin. Congratulations and please write to us, the coordinates are at the end of the material.

Rambler Group will stop criminal prosecution of Nginx

At an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rambler Group, a decision was made to stop the criminal prosecution of Nginx. The Board of Directors instructed the company's management to ensure the termination of the contract with Lynwood Unvestments and apply to law enforcement agencies with a request to withdraw their claim. Rambler will continue to defend its business interests within the civil law field, for which it will consult with the founders of Nginx and representatives of the current owner of F5.

And the second news about Rambler. The company has entered into a settlement agreement with the American streaming service Twitch. Prior to this, Rambler demanded 180 billion rubles from Twitch for showing the service 36,000 episodes of the broadcast of the English football Premier League. Rambler confirmed that it had withdrawn the claim and reached an agreement with Twitch as part of an out-of-court settlement. An agreement has been reached that Rambler will not seek financial compensation from Twitch. Rambler reported that both parties are satisfied with the agreements reached. In its statement of claim, Rambler demanded to block the Twitch service in Russia. The Moscow City Court ruled to temporarily block sports broadcasts on the Twitch service as an interim measure for this claim. As a result, Twitch removed the controversial content. A Twitch spokesperson told Reuters that the service is ready to fight 2009 with illegal content and is focused on providing quality content for its Russian audience.

The Rambler company behaves somehow rudely and ugly, in the case of Nginx they turned to law enforcement agencies, which, in turn, initiated a criminal case. And in the case of Twitch, they immediately filed a lawsuit to block the service in Russia. Such behavior deals a strong blow to Rambler's reputation, but apparently the top management of the company is not very concerned about this issue.

LostFilm blocked in Russia

One of the largest torrent trackers aimed at an audience of TV series fans, LostFilm, has been blocked in Russia. The torrent tracker, known for its Russian-language voiceovers of famous TV shows, was blocked based on the decision of the Moscow City Court on the suit of Warner Bros, which accused LostFilm of illegally distributing the Supergirl series. LostFilm was repeatedly subjected to blocking of individual pages of the site, but after the removal of pirate distributions, the blocking was removed, this time the entire domain name of the site was blocked.

For some reason, when I saw a message about the blocking of the site, I was sure that this was the work of Apple or Disney, because the LostFilm team dubbed and published the See series, which was released on Apple TV, and The Mandalorian from Disney+. But it turns out that Warner Bros demanded to close the entire site because of the Supergirl series. Who even watches this Supergirl?! No, of course, Roskomnadzor taught us to use a VPN, so it’s not a problem to go to the site, but still completely shutting down LostFilm because of one, and not the most popular series, is wrong.

Since we are talking about series, let me remind you about our article “Winter Break Plans: December’s Best TV Shows”, which only becomes more relevant on the eve of the holidays:

A new player in the Russian smartphone market

Somehow I missed the moment that a new smartphone manufacturer Tecno Mobile recently came to our market. To be precise, the company has been present on the Russian market for two years, but it became active in the smartphone market only at the end of November, when it introduced its new line of devices. I became curious to see what this manufacturer offers our compatriots, especially considering that he plays in the segment of devices that is most in demand in our country up to 10,000 rubles. As a test subject, I chose the new Tecno Camon 12 model, so to speak, the flagship of the company's current line.

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The Camon 12's specs aren't amazing, but remember the $9,990 price tag and it's not all that bad. MediaTek Helio P22 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of permanent memory and support for microSD memory cards up to 256 GB. The display is large, in the spirit of the times, 6.52 ”is made using IPS technology and has HD + resolution. The screen quality is quite decent. You can, of course, find fault with the resolution, but remembering the price of the device, somehow you don’t even want to do this, given that there is a high-quality oleophobic coating. The main camera is triple (16 + 8 + 2 MP), there is a wide-angle lens, the ability to shoot macro from 2 cm, and also take photos with bokeh effect. Daytime shots are quite good, the manufacturer focuses on selfies. At night, however, the camera falls short of this year's flagship products.

The design of Tecno Camon 12 is in the spirit of the time, there are no revelations, but it's not bad. There are three color schemes to choose from, all colors with a gradient, so to speak, are in trend. The 4000 mAh battery is not bad, it's a pity that the microUSB connector is used for recharging, but, according to the manufacturer, the HiOS shell is optimized for the processor and automatically clears background processes to improve energy efficiency.

In general, Tecno Camon 12 leaves positive emotions after meeting him. Of course, if you want, you can find fault with a smartphone, but do not forget that the device plays in the price segment up to 10,000 rubles. In addition, Tecno Mobile is officially present on our market and gives a 13-month warranty on its devices, and comes with a transparent case, headphones and protective glass.

Military phone

The Russian company INOI has introduced a new model of a thin phone in a shockproof case - INOI 244Z, which will cost customers 1,490 rubles. The phone complies with the requirement of 76-FZ "On the status of military personnel" and can be used in the Russian army: it does not have advanced multimedia capabilities, including the absence of a camera and a voice recorder, Internet access and Bluetooth, but there is a bright LED flashlight, and the case itself is equipped with metal inserts that protect the phone from shock and damage.

Saturday Coffee #83

INOI 244Z is lightweight (104 g) and thin (12 mm), equipped with a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels that is large enough for ordinary phones. Its battery capacity is 2000 mAh, which allows the new product to withstand more than 2 weeks without recharging in standby mode, as well as 13 hours of talk time. In addition, this phone allows you to use two SIM-cards.

An interesting phone model, I should have seen it live. True, it is not very clear to me why the device should be made so deliberately brutal, but it was possible to offer a more calm and “civilian” design and at the same time make the dimensions of the device a little more compact.

We have not yet had a review of this phone, but several reviews of new smartphones were released this week. This is a test of a mid-range smartphone with a powerful battery - Oppo A9 2020:

Saturday coffee №83

The end of December, there is no snow, at least in Moscow, but I hope you already have a New Year's mood. But if this is not the case, then we will try to make it festive for you. Today we continue the marathon of New Year's gifts and, together with Xiaomi, we will raffle off not one, but two prizes at once. The first prize is Redmi Note 8T, which the company introduced at the very end of November. Powerful smartphone based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, with 6.23” IPS display with FHD+ resolution. He also has a main camera with four modules, the main one is 48 MP, a 4000 mAh battery and an NFC module on board.

Saturday coffee #83

The second prize will appeal to fans of the brand, and not only, it is Xiaomi Luggage classic 20". Lightweight suitcase with a volume of 38 liters, made of wear-resistant Makrolon polycarbonate from the German manufacturer Covestro. It is equipped with 360° rotating wheels, a retractable handle and TSA lock.

Saturday coffee #83

Details of the draw are at the end of the material, but for now let's move on to the news of the past week.

We held a competition at Saturday Coffee No. 82 as part of the New Year's gift marathon. Today we are pleased to announce the name of the winner, who will receive a Nokia 800 Tough phone, Dmitry Amelin. Congratulations and please write to us, the coordinates are at the end of the material.

Rambler Group will stop criminal prosecution of Nginx

At an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rambler Group, a decision was made to stop the criminal prosecution of Nginx. The Board of Directors instructed the company's management to ensure the termination of the contract with Lynwood Unvestments and apply to law enforcement agencies with a request to withdraw their claim. Rambler will continue to defend its business interests within the civil law field, for which it will consult with the founders of Nginx and representatives of the current owner of F5.

And the second news about Rambler. The company has entered into a settlement agreement with the American streaming service Twitch. Prior to this, Rambler demanded 180 billion rubles from Twitch for showing the service 36,000 episodes of the broadcast of the English football Premier League. Rambler confirmed that it had withdrawn the claim and reached an agreement with Twitch as part of an out-of-court settlement. An agreement has been reached that Rambler will not seek financial compensation from Twitch. Rambler reported that both parties are satisfied with the agreements reached. In its statement of claim, Rambler demanded to block the Twitch service in Russia. The Moscow City Court ruled to temporarily block sports broadcasts on the Twitch service as an interim measure for this claim. As a result, Twitch removed the controversial content. A Twitch spokesperson told Reuters that the service is ready to fight 2009 with illegal content and is focused on providing quality content for its Russian audience.

The Rambler company behaves somehow rudely and ugly, in the case of Nginx they turned to law enforcement agencies, which, in turn, initiated a criminal case. And in the case of Twitch, they immediately filed a lawsuit to block the service in Russia. Such behavior deals a strong blow to the reputation of Rambler, but apparently, the top management of the company is not very concerned about this issue.

LostFilm blocked in Russia

One of the largest torrent trackers aimed at an audience of TV series fans, LostFilm, has been blocked in Russia. The torrent tracker, known for its Russian-language voiceovers of famous TV shows, was blocked based on the decision of the Moscow City Court on the suit of Warner Bros, which accused LostFilm of illegally distributing the Supergirl series. LostFilm was repeatedly subjected to blocking of individual pages of the site, but after the removal of pirate distributions, the blocking was removed, this time the entire domain name of the site was blocked.

For some reason, when I saw a message about the blocking of the site, I was sure that this was the work of Apple or Disney, because the LostFilm team dubbed and published the See series, which was released on Apple TV, and The Mandalorian from Disney+. But it turns out that Warner Bros demanded to close the entire site because of the Supergirl series. Who even watches this Supergirl?! No, of course, Roskomnadzor taught us to use a VPN, so it’s not a problem to go to the site, but still completely shutting down LostFilm because of one, and not the most popular series, is wrong.

Since we are talking about series, let me remind you about our article “Winter Break Plans: December’s Best TV Shows”, which only becomes more relevant on the eve of the holidays:

A new player in the Russian smartphone market

Somehow I missed the moment that a new smartphone manufacturer Tecno Mobile recently came to our market. To be precise, the company has been present on the Russian market for two years, but it became active in the smartphone market only at the end of November, when it introduced its new line of devices. I became curious to see what this manufacturer offers our compatriots, especially considering that he plays in the segment of devices that is most in demand in our country up to 10,000 rubles. As a test subject, I chose the new Tecno Camon 12 model, so to speak, the flagship of the company's current line.

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INOI 244Z is lightweight (104 g) and thin (12 mm), equipped with a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels that is large enough for ordinary phones. Its battery capacity is 2000 mAh, which allows the new product to withstand more than 2 weeks without recharging in standby mode, as well as 13 hours of talk time. In addition, this phone allows you to use two SIM-cards.

An interesting phone model, I should have seen it live. True, it is not very clear to me why the device should be made so deliberately brutal, but it was possible to offer a more calm and “civilian” design and at the same time make the dimensions of the device a little more compact.

We have not yet had a review of this phone, but several reviews of new smartphones were released this week. This is a test of a mid-range smartphone with a powerful battery - Oppo A9 2020:

Saturday coffee №83

The end of December, there is no snow, at least in Moscow, but I hope you already have a New Year's mood. But if this is not the case, then we will try to make it festive for you. Today we continue the marathon of New Year's gifts and, together with Xiaomi, we will raffle off not one, but two prizes at once. The first prize is Redmi Note 8T, which the company introduced at the very end of November. Powerful smartphone based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, with 6.23” IPS display with FHD+ resolution. He also has a main camera with four modules, the main one is 48 MP, a 4000 mAh battery and an NFC module on board.

The second prize will appeal to fans of the brand, and not only, it is Xiaomi Luggage classic 20". Lightweight suitcase with a volume of 38 liters, made of wear-resistant Makrolon polycarbonate from the German manufacturer Covestro. It is equipped with 360° rotating wheels, a retractable handle and TSA lock.

Details of the draw are at the end of the material, but for now let's move on to the news of the past week.

We held a competition at Saturday Coffee No. 82 as part of the New Year's gift marathon. Today we are pleased to announce the name of the winner, who will receive a Nokia 800 Tough phone, Dmitry Amelin. Congratulations and please write to us, the coordinates are at the end of the material.

Rambler Group will stop criminal prosecution of Nginx

At an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rambler Group, a decision was made to stop the criminal prosecution of Nginx. The Board of Directors instructed the company's management to ensure the termination of the contract with Lynwood Unvestments and apply to law enforcement agencies with a request to withdraw their claim. Rambler will continue to defend its business interests within the civil law field, for which it will consult with the founders of Nginx and representatives of the current owner of F5.

And the second news about Rambler. The company has entered into a settlement agreement with the American streaming service Twitch. Prior to this, Rambler demanded 180 billion rubles from Twitch for showing the service 36,000 episodes of the broadcast of the English football Premier League. Rambler confirmed that it had withdrawn the claim and reached an agreement with Twitch as part of an out-of-court settlement. An agreement has been reached that Rambler will not seek financial compensation from Twitch. Rambler reported that both parties are satisfied with the agreements reached. In its statement of claim, Rambler demanded to block the Twitch service in Russia. The Moscow City Court ruled to temporarily block sports broadcasts on the Twitch service as an interim measure for this claim. As a result, Twitch removed the controversial content. A spokesman for the Twitch service told Reuters that the service is ready to fight illegal content https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2009 and is focused on providing quality content for its Russian audience.

And the second news about Rambler. The company has entered into a settlement agreement with the American streaming service Twitch. Prior to this, Rambler demanded 180 billion rubles from Twitch for showing the service 36,000 episodes of the broadcast of the English football Premier League. Rambler confirmed that it had withdrawn the claim and reached an agreement with Twitch as part of an out-of-court settlement. An agreement has been reached that Rambler will not seek financial compensation from Twitch. Rambler reported that both parties are satisfied with the agreements reached. In its statement of claim, Rambler demanded to block the Twitch service in Russia. The Moscow City Court ruled to temporarily block sports broadcasts on the Twitch service as an interim measure for this claim. As a result, Twitch removed the controversial content. A Twitch spokesperson told Reuters that the service is ready to fight https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2009 https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2009 with illegal content and is focused on providing quality content for its Russian audience.

The Rambler company behaves somehow rudely and ugly, in the case of Nginx they turned to law enforcement agencies, which, in turn, initiated a criminal case. And in the case of Twitch, they immediately filed a lawsuit to block the service in Russia. Such behavior deals a strong blow to the reputation of Rambler, but apparently, the top management of the company is not very concerned about this issue.

LostFilm blocked in Russia

One of the largest torrent trackers aimed at an audience of TV series fans, LostFilm, has been blocked in Russia. The torrent tracker, known for its Russian-language voiceovers of famous TV shows, was blocked based on the decision of the Moscow City Court on the suit of Warner Bros, which accused LostFilm of illegally distributing the Supergirl series. LostFilm was repeatedly subjected to blocking of individual pages of the site, but after the removal of pirate distributions, the blocking was removed, this time the entire domain name of the site was blocked.

For some reason, when I saw a message about the blocking of the site, I was sure that this was the work of Apple or Disney, because the LostFilm team dubbed and published the See series, which was released on Apple TV, and The Mandalorian from Disney+. But it turns out that Warner Bros demanded to close the entire site because of the Supergirl series. Who even watches this Supergirl?! No, of course, Roskomnadzor taught us to use a VPN, so it’s not a problem to go to the site, but still completely shutting down LostFilm because of one, and not the most popular series, is wrong.

Since we are talking about series, let me remind you about our article “Winter Break Plans: December’s Best TV Shows”, which only becomes more relevant on the eve of the holidays:

A new player in the Russian smartphone market

Somehow I missed the moment that a new smartphone manufacturer Tecno Mobile recently came to our market. To be precise, the company has been present on the Russian market for two years, but it became active in the smartphone market only at the end of November, when it introduced its new line of devices. I became curious to see what this manufacturer offers our compatriots, especially considering that he plays in the segment of devices that is most in demand in our country up to 10,000 rubles. As a test subject, I chose the new Tecno Camon 12 model, so to speak, the flagship of the company's current line.

The Camon 12's specs aren't amazing, but remember the $9,990 price tag and it's not all that bad. MediaTek Helio P22 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of permanent memory and support for microSD memory cards up to 256 GB. The display is large, in the spirit of the times, 6.52 ”is made using IPS technology and has HD + resolution. The screen quality is quite decent. You can, of course, find fault with the resolution, but remembering the price of the device, somehow you don’t even want to do this, given that there is a high-quality oleophobic coating. The main camera is triple (16 + 8 + 2 MP), there is a wide-angle lens, the ability to shoot macro from 2 cm, and also take photos with bokeh effect. Daytime shots are quite good, the manufacturer focuses on selfies. At night, however, the camera falls short of this year's flagship products.

The design of Tecno Camon 12 is in the spirit of the time, there are no revelations, but it's not bad. There are three color schemes to choose from, all colors with a gradient, so to speak, are in trend. The 4000 mAh battery is not bad, it's a pity that the microUSB connector is used for recharging, but, according to the manufacturer, the HiOS shell is optimized for the processor and automatically clears background processes to improve energy efficiency.

In general, Tecno Camon 12 leaves positive emotions after meeting him. Of course, if you want, you can find fault with a smartphone, but do not forget that the device plays in the price segment up to 10,000 rubles. In addition, Tecno Mobile is officially present on our market and gives a 13-month warranty on its devices, and comes with a transparent case, headphones and protective glass.

Military phone

The Russian company INOI has introduced a new model of a thin phone in a shockproof case - INOI 244Z, which will cost customers 1,490 rubles. The phone complies with the requirement of 76-FZ "On the status of military personnel" and can be used in the Russian army: it does not have advanced multimedia capabilities, including the absence of a camera and a voice recorder, Internet access and Bluetooth, but there is a bright LED flashlight, and the case itself is equipped with metal inserts that protect the phone from shock and damage.

INOI 244Z is lightweight (104 g) and thin (12 mm), equipped with a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 320x240 pixels that is large enough for ordinary phones. Its battery capacity is 2000 mAh, which allows the new product to withstand more than 2 weeks without recharging in standby mode, as well as 13 hours of talk time. In addition, this phone allows you to use two SIM-cards.

An interesting phone model, I should have seen it live. True, it is not very clear to me why the device should be made so deliberately brutal, but it was possible to offer a more calm and “civilian” design and at the same time make the dimensions of the device a little more compact.

We have not yet had a review of this phone, but several reviews of new smartphones were released this week. This is a test of a mid-range smartphone with a powerful battery - Oppo A9 2020: