So, you happen to be rocking to one of the older Lumia handsets from Nokia, and would love to check out what all the hoo-haa is about concerning Windows 10 Mobile. If you happen to live in Poland, then here is a spot of good news for you to kick start your week – the Windows 10 Mobile update will be heading to the likes of the Lumia 630, 635, 640, 735, and 830 this coming December 14, whereas those who happen to be making use of the Lumia 520, 532, 625, 720, 820, 920, 925, 930, 1020, and 1320, will have to wait until February 1st next year.
Again, bear in mind that the Windows 10 Mobile update will only affect those smartphones which were purchased from Orange in Poland, so if you happen to own any of the above mentioned devices but from different people, then you would have to give the updates a miss.
What happens when you are behind one of the most popular fitness trackers in the world, mainly due to the dirt cheap pricing? Why, you think of ways and methods to come up with a sequel, of course! Xiaomi knows this, which is why they have positioned themselves well to work on a successor to the Xiaomi Mi Band, calling it the Xiaomi Mi Band 1S and we have word that this device is all set for a reveal this coming November 11th.
The rumored device will do all of what its predecessor can, and then some. In fact, it is said that the Xiaomi Mi Band 1S will gain the ability to be able to track your heart rate as well as keep track of your sleep in a far more detailed and useful manner compared to before. The optical heart rate tracker will be placed at the bottom of the Xiaomi Mi Band 1S as it faces the user’s hand, and while this is progress on the hardware front, it also means a greater drain on the battery. Chances are it will retail for a highly affordable $15 (99 yuan), now how about that?