Thursday, August 5

A Galaxy S21 earlier in 2021, a new cheap scooter from Yamaha and no WearOS for the OnePlus Watch

Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Monday, November 9: Samsung would launch its Galaxy S21 in January, Yamaha unveil a very accessible electric scooter and the OnePlus Watch would do without WearOS. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

Samsung Galaxy S21: an earlier release to hurt Huawei

Contrary to the habits taken in recent years, Samsung should not wait until the end of February or March to present its future Galaxy S21s, as Reuters indicates that the three smartphones planned for the beginning of next year, the Galaxy S21 , S21 + and S21 Ultra would be launched in the first month of 2021, in January. A way for the Korean firm to catch one of its main competitors, the Chinese Huawei, by surprise.

e-Vino: Yamaha launches inexpensive electric scooter only dedicated to the city

Yamaha presented a new electric scooter designed specifically for urban use. The new e-Vino from the Japanese manufacturer offers only 29 kilometers of autonomy for a 580 W motor allowing to go up to 44 km / h. However, what the manufacturer lacks in performance, it catches up with its price. Launched for the moment only in Japan, the Yamaha e-Vino is marketed there at the equivalent of 2112 euros.

OnePlus Watch: the watch would not run on Wear OS

We have known for some time that OnePlus is working on its first connected watch. The firm even confirmed the information at its last conference. However, contrary to what one might think, the OnePlus Watch should not be equipped with WearOS, the connected watch system from Google, but a home system. The information, which comes to us from the German leaker Max Jambor, would mark a new disavowal for the Google OS while many of its partners, Samsung and Huawei in the lead, have already thrown in the towel due to the lack of autonomy and fluidity of the system.

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