Monday, March 8

The Samsung Galaxy S21s are here, Windows 10X is showing promise and the R5 is back

Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Thursday, January 14: Samsung has formalized its Galaxy S21 and accessories, Window 10X is promising and the R5 signs its return to electric. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra are official

Samsung was holding its Galaxy Unpacked conference this Thursday. And it was the opportunity to officially discover the new Galaxy S21 range. You can find our handling of its smartphones: the Galaxy S21 and S21 + which evolve timidly, as well as for the Galaxy S21 Ultra which comes to titillate the tenors of the very high end.

Relive the announcements from the Samsung conference
Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 +, S21 Ultra and Galaxy Buds Pro… the summary of the announcements of the Galaxy Unpacked

Accessories were also showcased with new Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headphones and SmartTag connected trackers for finding lost items.

And the Galaxy S21, it’s also in video!

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Renault 5 Prototype: when the electric brings the vintage R5 back to life

In parallel with the announcement of its future strategy called “Renaulution”, the French brand unveiled the first of its 14 new cars announced by 2025. And it is nostalgia that accompanies the first project: the return of the R5 legendary of the brand, but obviously in an electric version. The Renault 5 Prototype takes the lines of the famous city car of the 1970s and 80s and will be available in 100% electric.

We tried Windows 10X

Windows 10X is a brand new operating system developed by Microsoft. We were able to try an almost final version of the new competitor of Chromebooks. This version was to be dedicated initially to devices with two screens. But Microsoft has revised its copy to make it a variation supposed to compete with Chrome OS. We give you our first impressions.

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