Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, December 2: Bouyges Telecom’s 4G network was disrupted due to an outage, the Android 11 deployment schedule is emerging for Samsung smartphones and Google would consider integrating an automatic equalizer on its Pixel smartphones. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.
4G network failure at Bouygues Telecom
Delicate timing. While the operator Bouygues Telecom has been focusing on the deployment of 5G in 20 French cities since December 1, 2020, its 4G network has been hit hard by an outage affecting several large cities in the country: from Paris to Lyon by the way. by Nancy, Rennes, Tours, to name a few. “Usually this type of incident is resolved within 48 hoursThe company said on Twitter.
Android 11 on Samsung smartphones, it’s getting clearer
A first list of smartphones has been published via the Samsung Members app, in Egypt, giving us a global overview of the deployment schedule relating to Android 11. Although a small delay could take place in France. The first smartphones to take advantage of it are none other than the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra, from next December, followed by around forty models in the following months.
Google Pixel: towards the integration of an automatic equalizer?
What if the Mountain View company had fun implementing an automatic equalizer in its Pixel smartphones? This is in any case what suggests the findings of journalist Mishaal Rahman, editor of XDA Developers. The interested party unearthed an “Adapative Sound” function, which allows the sound of the mobile device to be adapted to the ambient noises.