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You can exhale: in Windows 10 22H2 system requirements will not change

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This year, a major update 22H2 is expected for Windows 11 and for Windows 10. Considering that the new OS has increased system requirements, such as the presence of a TPM module, some users feared that this could happen again with the “top ten”. However, according to Microsoft, there will be no changes.

You can exhale: in Windows 10 22H2 system requirements will not change

The Tech Community blog posted system requirements for Windows 10 version 22H2, and they are no different from those for version 2004.

The release of Windows 10 version 22H2 will not contain any updates to the Windows Hardware Compatibility Program (WHCP) and will follow the same guidelines as Windows 10 version 2004”, — said the developers.

At the moment, it is unclear what changes will be made in build 22H2 for Windows 10. But the Windows 11 version will receive a number of fixes, including one that slows down the system.

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The best Android smartphones in terms of price and performance. Xiaomi and Redmi lose their champion status in AnTuTu ratings

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The best Android smartphones in terms of price and performance

The AnTuTu benchmark team has published rankings of the best Android smartphones in terms of price and performance in different price categories as of September 2022.

The best Android smartphones in terms of price and performance.  Xiaomi and Redmi lose their champion status in AnTuTu ratings

Significant changes took place in the ratings during the month. If in August the Xiaomi and Redmi models pulled ahead in three price categories at once, now the situation is different.

The best Android smartphones in terms of price and performance.  Xiaomi and Redmi lose their champion status in AnTuTu ratings

In the most budget category, up to 1999 yuan (up to $ 280), the Redmi Note 11T Pro took the first place, and the newcomers OnePlus Ace Racing Edition and Oppo K9 Pro 5G took the second and third places.

The category leader from 2000 to 2999 yuan (from 281 to 421 dollars) was the Motorola Edge X30, in second place was the Lenovo Legion Y70, and in the third place was the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition.

In the 3,000 to 3,999 yuan ($422 to $561) category, the Lenovo Legion Y90 is in first place, followed by the OnePlus Ace Pro and Black Shark 5 Pro.

In the 4,000 to 4,999 yuan ($562 to $702) category, Iqoo 9 Pro ranked first, Xiaomi 12S second, and Xiaomi 12 Pro Dimensity Edition third.

Among the most expensive smartphones above $703, the Red Magic 7S Pro leads the way, followed by the Iqoo 10 Pro in second place and the Oppo Find X5 Pro in third.

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Before Google Pixel smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 FE receive October Android update

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Samsung recently released the October 2022 Android updates for the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22 series smartphones in select markets, and now the Galaxy S21 FE has also received the update.

This is a common security patch that does not contain new features, but is of interest because Samsung once again got ahead of Google and released a new version of Android for its smartphones before Google did for Pixel smartphones.

Before Google Pixel smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 FE receive October Android update

Samsung flagships received the update on September 29th, and for the Galaxy S21 FE, the firmware was released in early October. The first country where the firmware for the S21 FE was released under the number G990EXXU3CVI8 was India. The update for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra, S90XU1UES2AVI5, is initially available in South Korea.

However, the updates should soon expand to other regions.

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Samsung smartphones will soon receive Android 13 and One UI 5.0. The Samsung Music app already officially supports the new OS

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Samsung smartphones will soon receive Android 13 and One UI

Samsung has released an update to the Samsung Music app that adds official support for Android 13 and One UI 5.

As Sammobile writes, usually the fact that support for a new version of Android is added to Samsung apps indicates that a public version of the new operating system will be released soon.

Earlier it was reported that Samsung will update a number of devices to Android 13 and One UI 5.0 before the start of 2023. However, the company still has almost three months left.

Samsung smartphones will soon receive Android 13 and One UI 5.0.  The Samsung Music app already officially supports the new OS

In addition to officially supporting Android 13 and One UI 5.0, the new version of the Samsung Music app also includes some bug fixes and improvements to the related widget.

For some devices and regions, the update may not be available immediately.

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