Today, Xiaomi Founder, Lie Jun, announced launching a new special edition smartphone Mi 10 Youth. It's a new Ice & Snow set limited edition. The phone will be launched in a unique color. The founder made this announcement through his official Weibo account, a Chinese alternative of Twitter. The special edition was made possible with a partnership of a known Chinese ice cream brand, Zhong Xuegao. The phone comes in a unique orange color that matches the color of ice cream, the company makes. The new color is being inspired by the Grapefruit color.
The company decided to deliver a box of ice cream with a smartphone for every person who buys the phone. The phone will run on the Android 10 operating system and powered by Octa-core (2.4 GHz, Single core, Kryo 475 + 2.2 GHz, Tri core, Kryo 475 + 1.8 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 475) processor. It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G Chipset. It has 6 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. The device features a super AMOLED display with 1080 x 2400 resolution and 401 PPI pixel density. It has an aspect ratio of 20:0 and a screen-to-body ratio of 87.41%.
The front camera is 16MP whereas, on the rear side, there is a 48MP primary camera with 8MP wide-angle, 8MP, and 2Mp camera with features like Digital zoom, touch to focus. The device is powered by a 4160mAh battery. The phone has WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity support. The phone is likely to be Rs. 22,690 in India. The regular Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth phone will available in deep gray, blue-green gradient, milk green, and pink-white gradient colors.
Chrome on Android has really come a long way since its release back in 2014. 22 versions have been created, each one more capable than the previous and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was the scene, on which everything started.
The team behind Chromium, the open-source project which powers the development of the Chrome browser, has announced that it is leaving behind the software's original Android 4.0 home, which will no longer be supported after version 42.
The team's motivation for this decision is more than justifiable bringing new features to old platforms simply takes too much time, due to increasing problems and significantly hinders future development. So, when you think about it, the move is all for the best. Here's the official statement from the Team blog:
"In the last year, we've seen the number of Chrome users running ICS drop by thirty percent. Developing new features on older phones has become increasingly challenging, and supporting ICS takes time away from building new experiences on the devices owned by the vast majority of our users. So, with Chrome's 42nd release, we'll stop updating Chrome on ICS devices. After Chrome 42, users on ICS devices can continue to use Chrome but won't get further updates." - Chromium Team Official Blog