Xiaomi 12 + MIUI 13 is stable!Wang Teng: MIUI team is full of enthusiasm

On December 1, at Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit, Xiaomi Chairman and CEO Radijun said that the engineer of Xiaomi and Qualcomm and Qualcomm is optimized in parallel, Xiaomi 12 Series will be the first new generation of Snapdragon 8 mobile platform.

According to the previously exposed news, the Xiaomi 12 series has been licensed, which has been placed in the production line.It will be officially released this month. In addition to the release of the annual flagship millet 12, it is expected to introduce a new generation MIUI 13 operating system.

Xiaomi Company Wang Teng suggested that the MIUI team has achieved an ideal state of the Miui team to the Oui 8 platform, and the MIUI team has given you a perfect Snapdragon 8 platform.

It is reported that the new generation of Snapdragon 8 platform is manufactured with Samsung 4nm technology, with a new generation of ARM Cortex-X2 super large core, CPU closing reached 3.0GHz, GPU is Adreno 730, and the rabbit rabbit has broken by 1 million, it is Android campThe most powerful mobile phone chip.

Faroe Islands: Activists slam killing of hundreds of dolphins

The traditional annual killing of whales and dolphins sparked controversy on Tuesday after it emerged that over 1,400 of the marine animals were killed in this year’s event, according to Danish media reports.

The so-called “grindadrap” hunt has been going on for over four hundred years on the small North Atlantic islands that belong to Denmark. But the large number of animals killed on Sunday has raised fears of tarnishing the islands’ reputation.

The environmental organization Sea Shepherd posted a long video on Facebook showing the slaughter of the 1,428 white-sided dolphins, calling it the largest group of animals killed in one go on the islands.

The Switzerland-based marine organization OceanCare also criticized the practice, saying “a line has been crossed here and a new dimension of hunting has been reached.”

The Switzerland-based marine organization OceanCare also criticized the practice, saying “a line has been crossed here and a new dimension of hunting has been reached.”

Excessive killing

The islanders usually kill up to 1,000 sea mammals each year. Last year, they only killed 35 white-sided dolphins.

Several people involved in the hunting tradition have since distanced themselves from this year’s killing, with the former chairman of the Faroese association for pilot whaling telling a local broadcaster that it was excessive.

The foreman of a different group that drives pilot whales toward shore on another island said that he had not known of the large dolphin drive and “strongly dissociated” himself from it.

The islands’ Fishery Minister Jacob Vestergaard told the radio broadcaster Kringvarp Foaroya that the dolphin hunt had been done by the book.

Neither pilot whales nor white-sided dolphins are endangered. The hunt usually focuses on the whales rather than the dolphins.

The animals are driven into shallow waters where they are then cut with knives. The killing is regulated by local laws. The meat and blubber from the animals is shared out among the community.