It was still the week of revelations. Nothing has announced its first smartphone, Nvidia its future high-powered architecture, and Elon Musk his plans for Tesla… without saying a word. A look back at what animated the tech week.
Nothing announces its first smartphone
After headphones with a unique look, Nothing will tackle the smartphone market. The young brand initiated by Carl Pei (ex-OnePlus) announced on Wednesday the upcoming arrival of its first smartphone, soberly titled the phone (1). It will be available this summer, without further details, and will run on Android with a new interface, Nothing OS.
HOPPER H100: NVIDIA’S MONUMENTAL NEW GPU
Nvidia presented its new architecture on Tuesday: Nvidia Hopper. The Nvidia H100 chip will be the first to use this architecture, which is primarily intended for professionals. For future consumer devices, we will have to wait for the start of the school year and the official presentation of the Ada Lovelace architecture of the GeForce RTX 4000. The developer conference was also an opportunity for the brand to present Omniverse Cloud, its GeForce Now cloud. available to creators. And it’s also a strange project called Instant NeRF to 3D render a series of photos.
Master Plan 3: Elon Musk announces his project for Tesla
If the promises of its Master Plan 2 have not fully materialized, it does not matter. Elon Musk presented his Master Plan 3, his big plans for Tesla. Without saying too much for the moment…
The test of the week: the iPhone SE 5G (2022)
In 2022, do we still want a small format smartphone, with a single photo sensor and borders, but firepower and a long-term relationship? This is the question (and the paradox) raised by this new iPhone SE recently launched by Apple. We spent time trying to figure out if it was still up to date or if it answered a real need.
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