It's not the first update to make such a claim, but that is the only major claim in the changelog - the other being a new security patch.
The 11-inch iPad Pro may keep the IPS LCD. Dummies show iPad Pro's and iPad mini 6.
The premium LG phones from the last year are in for at least two more Android OS updates.
Tablets with high refresh rate screens are quite rare - almost as rare as Xiaomi tablets (the company has only made a handful of models).
The phone will cost under INR25,000, or about $335.
The version of the Y20s for the Philippines comes with a new chipset.
The Z Fold3 is expected to come with more compact dimensions and a slightly smaller internal screen.
The camera setup is in line with the current trend, but nothing like the Galaxy A80 flip camera.
These will likely be rebranded versions of the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro.
The phone resembles the Galaxy S21, but with minor differences in the camera and body.
Xiaomi's Mi 11 Ultra keeps going strong, but Samsung has regained some ground.
LG is officially ending its phone run, will continue to support phones for up to three years.
HMD unveiled two phones for each of the X-series (5G), G-series (affordable 4G) and C-series (Android Go Edition).
Huawei's bid for a thin-and-light do-it-all machine is stronger than most.
As expected, the Mi Mix Fold is not for everyone. The 4G version of the Mi 11 Lite fared pretty poorly - 5G is a must-have these days.