The iPhone XR led the way, accounting for three percent of sales during this period. In fact, Counterpoint says that with the exception of its launch quarter (Q3 2018), it’s been the top smartphone globally in every quarter so far. Apple also made an appearance in the number five spot, with its iPhone 11 accounting for 1.6% of sales.
Samsung put in a strong performance too, with its Galaxy A10 in second place (2.6%) and the most popular Android phone in Q3 2019. This wasn’t the only Samsung device in the top ten, with the Galaxy A50 (third) and Galaxy A20 (seventh) raking in the sales too. It all suggests that the firm’s decision to refocus on the budget segment is paying off, with the Galaxy A10 being the cheapest device in its new A series.
Oppo was another surprise performer in this quarter, with the Oppo A9 in fourth place, the Oppo A5 in sixth place, and the Oppo A5s in eighth position.
It’s interesting to note that the Huawei P30 was the only Android flagship in the top ten (and the only Huawei phone), with the likes of Samsung and Oppo only bringing budget wares to the table. Counterpoint has an explanation for the poor Android flagship representation.
The tracking firm says the combined sales of the top ten models increased 9% year on year compared to the combined sales of Q3 2018’s top ten phones. But the combined revenue fell 30% year on year, as people opted for budget phones over flagship phones. Furthermore, the tracking firm says there were five flagship phones in the top ten a year ago, compared to just three now.
The trend towards budget phones isn’t surprising either, as a flood of traditionally premium features make their way to cheaper phones. Between triple cameras (or even quad shooters), in-display fingerprint sensors, and OLED screens, you could even argue that 2019 was the most impressive year yet for cheap phones. Things are only going to pick up steam in 2020, as 5G dips below the flagship segment for the first time.
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We have updates from the management of Cyberpunk 2077 and more from people who worked on the game about that disastrous and glitch-filled launch last month.
The game was changed late in development by a lot. It was changed from third person perspective to first person.
A demo many saw didn’t have anything to do with the final version.
You can’t really fault those people who were working on the game as it seems management was overly eager to release a game before it was ready.
The company head even said they didn’t run into any issues with the PS4 and Xbox One systems.
And yet, just booting the game up on those systems has a player confronted with constant crashes, disappearing environments and character faces.
Things being cut during development to meet a release date isn’t something new, but people were told years ago the game would only be released when ready — not before.
Console reviewers weren’t given a review code until release and only PC reviewers were given codes earlier. But PC reviewers were limited to including footage that the team approved.
Developers CD Projekt Red did release a road map with patches to come in a few months and the next generation version is not being released until late this year.
I hope the game can be patched to fix all the bugs. I just wish we would stop getting games in people’s hands before they are ready.
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Two speedrunners accomplished what may be Agent 47’s most impressive feat yet and they are still trying to optimize the time even further.
How long does it take to assassinate two targets in a densely populated stage in Hitman 3? Apparently only nine seconds.
Yes, you read that correctly. Less than one week after the conclusion to the “World of Assassination” trilogy released, speedrunners Wreak and Der_Lauch_Linus finished the Dubai stage titled “On Top of the World,” in only nine seconds under the “Any%” category. The feat was accomplished by simply shooting the two targets while they talk to others in attendance immediately after they spawn. Sounds easy right?
It is certainly easier said than done. Although it is hard to imagine anyone finishing the stage quicker than that, the runners are still trying to optimize their time by more accurately lining up their shot according to VG24/7. The time has officially been verified by speedrun.com. However, being that they assassinate their targets in plain sight, they fail to receive the “Silent Assassination” rank. Don’t worry, that feat has been accomplished in only 17 seconds so it is not too far behind. If there was any doubt that Agent 47 is the world’s greatest assassin, I think this solidifies it.
To the excitement of many fans, Hitman 3 has launched to quite favorable reviews, currently holding an 88 out of 100 on Metacritic. In Dualshockers’ own review we awarded the game an 8 out of 10, saying “When all the pieces line up and your plans come together, the end result is a delight to witness,” and “For those who are already fans… this should be just what the unusual doctor with the barcode tattoo ordered.” Developer IO Interactive also revealed on Twitter that the game had the series’ most successful launch to date, boasting high review scores and revealing that the final game in the trilogy had the biggest digital launch in the franchise’s history.
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Canada Car Insurance Quote – How Anti-Theft Devices Help Reduce Premiums
There are a few insurance facts, tips, and hints that will help you save a little on your car insurance premiums; however, for the most part, here is one that we tend to forget to check into…
When people shop for a Canadian car insurance quote, they remember to discuss with their agent the prominent factors that can reduce their car insurance premiums like driver training, dropping collision from older cars, not using your car to drive to work, however when getting a Canada car insurance quote many forget to mention anti-theft devices they may have to protect their vehicle. By not mentioning anti-theft devices when you shop for a Canada car insurance quote, you could be leaving behind some additional discounts.
Auto theft costs are enormous; they cost Canadians approximately 1.2 billion a year when you add up legal bills and insurance costs, not to mention health care costs for those thefts that involve injuries. It is in our best interest and the interest of the Canadian insurance companies to take the steps in providing anti-theft devices that will help reduce these costs and let’s face it, any car insurance discount means money kept in your pocket!
There are three general categories for anti-theft devices; understanding these will help you when you are shopping for a Canada car insurance quote:
- mechanical – these are devices that prevent the steering wheel from moving – i.e., locking bars
- Alarms – these cause horns and lights to go off when someone tries to break into the car
- electronic – immobilizers that cut the power to the ignition so the car can’t be started,
The three mentioned are very familiar to us; the most familiar now is the electronic immobilizers because recently, the Government has just made them mandatory in Canada. These three categories of anti-theft devices can be broken down again into two categories:
Active devices – devices that require you to turn them on to activate them (mechanical and alarms)
Passive devices – devices that are activated when you turn the engine off (electronic)
It’s the passive devices that Canadian car insurance companies are the better of the two because they don’t rely on us to remember to turn them on; they come on on their own.
Before you start shopping for a Canada car insurance quote:
- Take advantage of all the insurance facts, tips, and hints.
- In this case, take a couple of minutes and write down the anti-theft devices your car already has.
- Write down if you have an engine immobilizer, wheel locks, car etching, anything and everything your car has, and ASK about each of them and see what sort of discounts the insurance company will offer.
DON’T ASSUME that just because engine immobilizers are mandatory, a discount has been applied; make a point of asking.
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