he Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is Xiaomi’s answer to every “Ultra” phone released in the past year. A culmination of the best hardware that Xiaomi can muster into a smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is a premium device aimed at taking the flagship Android throne. Xiaomi has pulled off an impressive feat but it’s not perfect, as the MIUI 12.5 update introduced a number of problems to my unit before they were fixed weeks later.
The best Xiaomi devices
Knowing what the best Xiaomi phones are can feel like a never ending task as the Chinese tech company seems to never sleep by the looks of how many Xiaomi phones are out there.
Xiaomi markets its phones under several brand names including Mi, Redmi, Pocophone, and Black Shark. Mi phones are its general all-rounder mid-range brand while Redmi is its budget range. Alternatively, there's the gaming-focused Black Shark range and Pocophone which is a hard one to pin down. That's thanks to the original Poco F1 being distinctly budget range while the Poco F2 Pro is far from a budget phone.
After a few weeks of waiting, Microsoft finally held its Windows 11 event today, showing off its vision for the next generation of Windows. After Windows Insiders had new build releases paused for a few weeks, the anticipation to get Windows 11 is high, but you’ll have to wait a little longer. During the event, Microsoft said that the first build of Windows 11 will be available for Insiders early next week.
Microsoft just announced the latest chapter in the Windows operating system narrative: Windows 11. Among the new additions and features introduced was Android apps for Windows 11. This feature will seamlessly integrate Android apps into the Windows operating System.
Windows 11 Launch Live Updates
Microsoft is soon going to launch Windows 11 for personal computer users. The company will launch it at an event on June 24. Windows 10 was launched in 2015 i.e. five years ago and since then it is running. Now the company is all set to launch the new Windows 11.
Opensignal has announced that it added 5G coverage maps to its mobile app. This feature is now available in both its apps for iOS and Android, in case you were wondering.