Android 11 is full of new features, The final of Windows 11 is near, this is the recap

The final version of Windows 11 is now available for Insiders, Google unveils the many features to join Android 11, Poco is about to announce a new affordable smartphone, it’s the recap of the day.

Windows 11: Insiders can download the final version

Any user enrolled in the Insider program can now download Windows 11 Build 22000 .194, a near-final version of the OS. It is possible to download Windows 11 through the settings of Windows 10, but also by directly downloading the ISO made available by the Redmond firm. Visit our news for the procedure to follow to download Windows 11 via Windows 10. As a reminder, the release of the OS is scheduled for October 5 and will resume the main lines of Windows 10 with new practical features and a complete overhaul of the overall design and the taskbar.

Read: Windows 11 – final version available for Insiders

Discover what’s new in Android 11

Google presented in a blog post the many new features to come for Android 11. Android can now be controlled with facial expressions, your smartphone can be transformed into a remote control for your TV, Android Auto becomes more readable and easy to use and the Mountain View firm offers a secret safe to hide its photos and videos. 1,500 stickers are set to hit the Android keyboard this fall, and Google has added new privacy options to its Nearby Share app. We give you in detail the many features to join the operating system in our news.

Read: Android 11 – ultra secure safe, TV remote control mode, discover all the news

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A new affordable Poco scheduled for September 30, 2021

In a tweet, Poco announced the presentation of a new affordable smartphone on September 30. The visual published by the young Indian brand “CU Soon” suggests that the smartphone presented is part of the Poco C range. Available on the Indian market, the Poco C range offers mid-range or even entry-level smartphones at attractive prices. Last year, Xiaomi’s sub-brand notably launched the Poco C3, an entry-level phone offered around 80 euros which sold more than 2 million units within 9 months of its arrival on the market. Under these conditions, it is no wonder that Poco is in a hurry to offer a successor to its latest bestseller.

Read: Poco will present a new affordable smartphone this September 30, 2021




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