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The deployment of Xiaomi HyperOS in France, images of the Samsung Galaxy Ring, the recap

Xiaomi has just announced the deployment schedule for HyperOS in Europe, we were able to see Samsung’s Galaxy Ring at MWC, the Snapdragon X Elite reappears in a benchmark, that’s the recap.

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Xiaomi took advantage of its conference at the MWC show to announce when its new HyperOS operating system will arrive on your smartphones. The show was also an opportunity for us to see Samsung’s first connected ring: the Galaxy Ring. Finally, the Snapdragon X Elite processor, which introduces Oryon cores, should pose a problem for Apple. Come on, here we go for the recap of the day for Monday February 26, 2024.

HyperOS coming to more smartphones in 2024

That’s it, we finally have a better idea of ​​the deployment schedule for HyperOS, Xiaomi’s new mobile overlay. The Chinese manufacturer announced that it would arrive on more than ten devices from the first quarter, and that it was pre-installed on the new Xiaomi 14. As a reminder, these were officially unveiled on the occasion of the MWC show in Barcelona, ​​which we were able to attend.

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The Galaxy Ring is revealed from all angles

At the MWC show, we were able to go to Samsung to discover its new Galaxy Ring, which it had mentioned for the first time during the Unpacked conference dedicated to the Galaxy S24. The Galaxy Ring will be available in no less than 9 different sizes, and several colors were presented on the stand. You can find our photos in the article below.

Read – Galaxy Ring: Samsung’s connected ring is revealed at MWC 2024, we were impressed

The Snapdragon X Elite shows itself again in a benchmark

While Qualcomm was also present at MWC, its brand new Snapdragon As expected, the chip promises to be very efficient thanks to these Oryon cores created by the company Nuvia (owned by Qualcomm). It is also so powerful that Apple could well tremble, since its M3 chip is now threatened.

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