Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, June 29: Gmail deploys its new interface, the ecological bonus will remain in place and the Xiaomi 12S Ultra will benefit from a very large photo sensor. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.
Gmail changes interface: Google deploys the new version on a large scale
At the beginning of the year, Google announced the gradual deployment, in the test phase, of a new interface for its Gmail client. Now, after several months of testing, the firm is confident enough and has announced that the deployment will now be done automatically for all users, without them needing to activate this new interface.
The ecological bonus is maintained: 100% electric favored, hybrids discarded
While the ecological bonus for the purchase of electric vehicles was to end on July 1, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne announced to Capital magazine that it would be extended. This decision follows a promise from the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire. As a reminder, the ecological bonus allows buyers of electric vehicles between 45 and 60,000 euros to benefit from aid of 2,000 euros, while buyers of a vehicle under 45,000 euros benefit from a bonus of 6,000 euros.
Xiaomi 12S Ultra: a 1-inch Sony IMX989 photo sensor that beats Samsung’s pawn
In the race for large format photo sensors, Xiaomi is about to strike a blow. The Chinese manufacturer has indeed announced that its next high-end smartphone, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, will be the first to take advantage of Sony’s latest high-end sensor, the IMX989. This sensor is one of the first to adopt a typical one-inch format, 172% wider than the main sensor of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra will be unveiled on July 4.
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