The Next Generation 5G Mid Range Phone

Samsung announced this month their next mid-range phone with top specifications including the next-generation high-speed connection.

Looking ahead: 5G

What is 5G?
Everyone heard of the old 4G, or usually known as LTE, well, 5G is the "big brother", coming to offer higher data transmission speeds, and different encoding methods to ensure much lower latency and more secure connections.

Eventually 5G will replace the traditional 4G LTE connection. As the new network will be deployed, we will see an increase of efficiency in Autonomous vehicles, Health care, Remote device control, IoT , and not to forget Mobile phones.

Samsung's latest phone:

The newly Samsung Galaxy A90 claims to be an affordable mid-range smartphone with top specifications "under the hood" featuring:

Triple Camera

48-megapixel main camera & 32-megapixel front camera.
More than enough for taking beautiful selfies and capturing unforgettable moments that can be enhanced by the AI components with Super Steady, Scene Optimizer and Flaw Detector features.

6.7-inch Display

6.7-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display - for sharp images, vivid and bright colors, with optimized power consumption and fast charging

Being equipped with a Snapdragon 855 processor, up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage it can offer top performances in gaming experiences.
Also, a dedicated Game Booster mode has been promised by Samsung, that in combination with 5G connectivity you can enjoy live gaming without interruptions, at superior internet speed.

The best feature remains the 5G connectivity support which will power the next-generation of mobile internet. You will not be worried about your internet speed because this device will be able to offer you the best.

Since spring, all the big telecommunication providers from around the world started to develop and implement technologies to support globally the newly researched network that can offer up to 1GBps.

(Images Credit: Samsung)

How we started a Robotics club

 I was a 11th grade student at the Mihai Eminescu National College in Oradea.

How it started..

From childhood I remember the beginning of my passion for technology: it was my birthday, and my parents gave me a remote car, I gladly inserted the batteries and spent teh rest of the day playing with it. Inside I felt a fray, a desire for knowledge, I wanted to know how it works. I did not think long enough, and I got my hand on a screwdriver and started to break it appart. I did not understand too much, but one thing was certain: the car didn't work anymore. When my father found out a he was a little sad, but after explaining him the reason why I broke it, his face lit up and gladly he began to explain to me why the wheels are spinning, why it has so many cables ... etc .. He helped me to reassemble it.


Since then, with every toy, laptop, computer, or other disassembled objects, my knowledge has deepened, and I do not need to destroy other objects any more, but there are still some things that fascinate me.

At high school, I had the pleasure of having a teacher as passionate about technology as me. A lot of things I learned from him.

Nowadays, not many people realize that we are already surrounded by robots. The fewer of them know how they are created.

We wanted to teach children those concepts. We intended to start a robotics club in the 9th grade, but the components and kits we needed were too expensive, with no enough funds, the idea was postponed. When I heard about the "Stiintescu" program, I was sure that we have another chance. I introduced this opportunity to my professor, and the next day we started to conceive the project.

The surprise..

When I heard that our project was approved we were thrilled. I once again felt that desire for knowledge, but this time, in the hearts of the students, eager to join our club.

You can read some online articles about our project here and here.