The Samsung Phone that’s Better than the S10+ | ProClip Roundup Recap

On this week's ProClip Roundup, get the latest news on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Huawei's newest innovation, plus auto news from Volvo and Lamborgini!

ProClip Roundup: Season 5 Episode 6

Hello everyone and welcome to this week’s edition of the ProClip Roundup. It’s the weekly news show where we bring you the mobile and car tech news from around the world that’s actually worth talking about. Let’s get started with this week’s stories.

The Best Samsung Phone Money Can Buy

If you’re looking for the most powerful Samsung phone that money can buy, you might have recently bought the new Galaxy S10+. Unfortunately for you, the new Galaxy S10 5G will be here soon. The phone has a bigger screen, includes double the storage, has a fourth rear-facing camera and is ready for the future with 5G support! It might be time to check and see if Samsung has a trade-in program…

Lamborhini’s Adaptive Engine Control Unit

If you’re going to drive really really fast in your new Lambo, you want to make sure your car stays on the road. The Lamborhini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system processes driving data from the entire car and adjusts the way it handles in less than 20 milliseconds. It adjusts and predicts the best driving setup for each moment on the road, allowing for drivers who aren’t trained professionals to handle driving a little better.

5x Optical Zoom on Huawei’s Newest Phone

Impressive advances in camera technology in mobile phones continues with the release of the Huawei P30 Pro. The P30 Pro includes a nifty mechanism that allows for a 5x optical zoom! Typically, optical zooms take up lots of space and phones max out at 2x optical zoom.

Volvo Releases Safety Data

Famous for being obsessive and methodical about safety in their cars, Volvo has announced they will be releasing data from more than 43,000 crashes. The Equal Vehicles for All initiative will help auto manufacturers make vehicles around the world safer. Volvo also famously chose not to patent the seatbelt allowing other auto manufacturers to add the safety feature to their cars.

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