Xiaomi’s latest flagship phones are heading to Chinese customers, the GPD Win 4 handheld gaming PC goes up for pre-order in a week, and the developers of the open source video editing application OpenShot have released a major update – version 3.0 is said to have over a thousand improvements.
Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.
Free and open source, cross-platform video editor OpenShot 3.0 has been released, with performance, stability and memory improvements, support for exporting multiple clips at once, high DPI display support, animated GIF exporting, and more.
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The GPD Win 4 crowdfunding campaign begins December 19th, with prices starting at $799 for a handheld gaming PC with an AMD Ryen 7 6800U processor and at least 16GB of RAM. It also happens to be a day before the ONEXPLAYER 21 campaign starts.
Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro smartphones launched in China with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 120 Hz displays and camera upgrades. The Pro has a bigger, high-res display, bigger battery, faster charging, and better cameras. Prices start at $575 and $720, respectively.
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