The Xiaomi 13 Ultra arrives in France, electric cars recharge themselves, this is the recap

Xiaomi confirms that its next flagship will be available in France, MIUI 14 could be available from August 16, Ford invents a robot that charges electric cars itself… welcome to the recap of the day before!

Yesterday, the news put Xiaomi in the spotlight, with an official announcement and a crazy rumor. The manufacturer’s CEO first confirmed that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be released in France. Behind the scenes, however, they are whispering that MIUI 13.5 would be abandoned in favor of MIUI 14, which would be deployed this summer. Meanwhile, Ford is developing a robot capable of recharging an electric car itself.

MIUI 14 could arrive next August 16

What if Xiaomi decides to go straight to MIUI 14? This is according to the latest current rumor, which is based on several mentions of the overlay in the code of the current version’s system applications. However, several leaks indicated that the manufacturer was first preparing the release of MIUI 13.5. According to information, MIUI 14 could be released as early as August 16, 2022. To be continued.

To read: Xiaomi could finally deploy MIUI 14 on August 16, 2022, without going through MIUI 13.5

The Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be available in France

In other big news, Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, has confirmed that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be entitled to an international launch. In other words, users will be able to get their hands on it, unlike the Xiaomi 12S. Note also that despite the communication about it, the latter appears on the list of global smartphones of the firm. In fact, its imminent availability in our regions cannot be ruled out.

To read: Xiaomi 13 Ultra – the CEO confirms the launch of the smartphone in France in 2022

Your electric car will soon be able to charge itself

If getting out of your vehicle to charge is a chore for you, Ford has the solution. Ziggy is the name of this automated recharge that (literally) takes care of everything for you. This little robot is able to connect itself to the driver’s vehicle and achieve full autonomy. The set is simply controlled from a smartphone.

To read: Ford unveils a charging robot capable of plugging itself into your electric car

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