This same Monday, July 31, will begin distributing this board developed by the company Pine64, which already have a small market share with cheap and quality boards. You can choose the amount of RAM (from 1 to 4GB) and support 4K HDR10 thanks to its Mali-450MP2. While waiting for news about Raspberry Pi 4, let's review the best of the week in the Pi World.
The MagPi issue 60 | raspberrypi.org
This $25 Raspberry Pi competitor delivers 4K HDR10 support alongside USB 3.0 | neowin.net
Tweet of the week thanks to @pablorubma: