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Nokia 2.4 updated to Android 11

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HMD Global has announced that last year’s Nokia 2.4 smartphone has begun receiving an update to Android 11 in all regions of the world.

Android 11 brings new features like tooltips, app permissions to allow one-time access to apps, native screen recorder, dark theme, notification history, and more.

According to the Android 11 distribution plan released by the manufacturer, the update for the Nokia 2.4 smartphone was originally planned to be released in the first quarter of the year, but there were delays in the testing process.

The Nokia 2.4 features a 6.5-inch HD + waterdrop notch display that houses a 5-megapixel selfie camera. It is based on the Helio P22 SoC and is available with 2/3 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of flash memory.

On the back of the phone, there are two cameras with a resolution of 13 and 2 megapixels. It also has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, FM radio, and a 4,500mAh battery that is charged via a MicroUSB port.

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A Windows tablet with an unusual design. Dell prepares XPS 9315t model

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A Windows tablet with an unusual design Dell prepares XPS

Dell is preparing a new mobile PC family XPS. Most likely, it will be called a hybrid laptop, as it is now accepted, but in fact it is a tablet.

A Windows tablet with an unusual design.  Dell prepares XPS 9315t model

The XPS 9315t model allows you to connect a keyboard case, but this device does not make a laptop.

A Windows tablet with an unusual design.  Dell prepares XPS 9315t model

Be that as it may, it is known that the novelty will receive a 13-inch screen and will run Windows. You can also see a relatively thick for a regular tablet, but normal for a Windows tablet, a metal case, a protruding single camera and a slot, apparently, for a SIM card. The case received slightly beveled edges, which, together with the camera module, makes the design of the tablet very atypical.

A Windows tablet with an unusual design.  Dell prepares XPS 9315t model

There are no data on the parameters, but it can be assumed that Dell will opt for Intel Alder Lake processors.

The source says that Dell has been working on the device since last year and will unveil it soon.

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Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

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Xiaomi showed a compact e reader with an E Ink screen

Xiaomi has released an updated version of the compact reader with an e-ink screen – the Moaan InkPalm Plus model. This device is almost the same size as a regular smartphone, but offers all the basic functions of an E Ink reader, combined with powerful hardware.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

The novelty is an improved version of the usual InkPalm reader. The new model is equipped with a 5.84-inch black and white display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels, backlight with 24 levels of brightness and support for color temperature adjustment. Separately, we note the support for multitouch.

Inside is a Rockchip RK3566 quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal flash memory. Such a chip is usually used in “smart” set-top boxes and other devices of this class. Also, the novelty received a battery with a capacity of 2200 mAh, which is enough for 30 days of operation or about 6000 flips. Charging takes about 2.5 hours.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

From wireless communications, we note the presence of Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 adapters. There is no modem and cellular support in the device.

Android is used as the OS, which allows you to install any reader programs, as well as, in principle, any applications for the Google operating system. Although, of course, video players and games on the device are not needed, because the E Ink screen is rather slow to update.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

The Xiaomi Moaan InkPalm Plus pre-order price is $165 in China. There is no data on the release date and price of the international version yet.

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Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

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Xiaomi showed a compact e reader with an E Ink screen

Xiaomi has released an updated version of the compact reader with an e-ink screen – the Moaan InkPalm Plus model. This device is almost the same size as a regular smartphone, but offers all the basic functions of an E Ink reader, combined with powerful hardware.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

The novelty is an improved version of the usual InkPalm reader. The new model is equipped with a 5.84-inch black and white display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels, backlight with 24 levels of brightness and support for color temperature adjustment. Separately, we note the support for multitouch.

Inside is a Rockchip RK3566 quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal flash memory. Such a chip is usually used in “smart” set-top boxes and other devices of this class. Also, the novelty received a battery with a capacity of 2200 mAh, which is enough for 30 days of operation or about 6000 flips. Charging takes about 2.5 hours.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

From wireless communications, we note the presence of Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 adapters. There is no modem and cellular support in the device.

Android is used as the OS, which allows you to install any reader programs, as well as, in principle, any applications for the Google operating system. Although, of course, video players and games on the device are not needed, because the E Ink screen is rather slow to update.

Xiaomi showed a compact e-reader with an E Ink screen and Android

The Xiaomi Moaan InkPalm Plus pre-order price is $165 in China. There is no data on the release date and price of the international version yet.

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Windows 11 will have an easy way to restore all applications on a new PC

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Windows 11 will have an easy way to restore all

Microsoft has finally announced the imminent arrival of support for the app restore feature in the Microsoft Store in the Windows 11 operating system.

Windows 11 will have an easy way to restore all applications on a new PC

The software maker will soon begin testing a new feature that allows you to restore apps on a new Windows 11 PC. Currently, the Microsoft Store does not offer an automatic way to restore apps, instead forcing Windows users to manually install apps from the library.

Windows 11 will have an easy way to restore all applications on a new PC

Microsoft Store General Manager Giorgio Sardo said:

To make it easier for customers to migrate to new PCs quickly and seamlessly, we’ll soon be testing a new feature in the Windows Insider channel that will help customers automatically restore their previously installed apps from the Microsoft Store to a new Windows device.

Restoring applications will be especially useful for users who frequently change computers, or for developers who regularly use virtual machines and multiple devices. Previously, Windows users had to rely on third-party package managers to perform these kinds of tasks.

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