Huawei will introduce its P50 under HarmonyOS 2.0, but without 5G
Huawei has just lifted the curtain on two of its new flagships, the P50 and P50 Pro. As the Chinese brand had to give up Android permanently, the two high-end smartphones stand out with the manufacturer’s new operating system (Harmony OS 2.0). In addition, neither device benefits from a 5G connection. On the other hand, these two models offer a very attractive technical sheet especially in terms of photo quality. Huawei states that they are marketed internationally: the P50 can be bought for 585 euros (price in China) and the Pro will be sold for 780 euros (price also in China).
Read: Huawei P50 and P50 Pro are official, here are the first smartphones under Harmony
Bitter-tasting batteries are not suitable for AirTags
AirTags users are encouraged to avoid replacing dead batteries with other, especially bitter-tasting, batteries specifically designed to limit the risk of children swallowing. This is because, according to a support document published by Apple, a bitter coating can interfere with electrical conductivity and prevent the AirTag from operating. While bitter-tasting batteries seem like a good option to increase child safety, Apple advises instead to keep AirTags out of their reach.
Read: AirTag – Apple advises not to buy bitter-tasting replacement batteries
The PS5 supports M.2 SSDs
The beta of the PS5 system software is slowly starting to spread. In a notice published on its official website, Sony states that users can now add an M.2-format SSD drive if they are using a drive with a PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 NVMe interface and a sequential read speed of 5,500 MB / s or more. The Japanese giant also specifies that it is necessary to consider the cooling requirements for using the M.2 SSD in the PS5. The first beta version of PS5 is available to select users in the United States, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France.