Apart from Samsung and Apple, Google will be unveiling its new Pixel 3 flagship smartphones very soon. The launch event is expected to take place in October but now we get a clear look of the Pixel 3 XL thanks to an unboxing video by @Luchkov. Not only we get to see its new notched display, the video also reveals what you’ll get in the box.
Meet Android Pie. That’s right, the latest version of Google‘s mobile operating system, Android P, will be officially called Android Pie.
Since the official term used to describe the release of each system update is usually a “sweet treat” in an alphabetical order, it is a little weird that Google chose the name Pie…instead of something like Popsicle. Or peanut butter.
Nevertheless, with the latest version of its mobile operating system, Google has made a whole lot of changes to the Android platform. Here’s a glimpse at some of the most significant changes made by Google.
This is it boys and girls. OnePlus’ brand new flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6 has been officially launched. It’s bigger, it’s faster and it’s probably the prettiest OnePlus flagship since the OnePlus X.
Ever since Android Marshmallow, version updates for the world’s most popular mobile operating system have been less about major redesigns and more about tweaking what works to make everything better. And, for the most part, it works because Android Oreo is definitely a slick experience.
However, with Android P, Google‘s shaking things up. This version of Android represents the biggest overhaul the company has made to the way you experience Android for a long time. It’s almost like an entirely new OS and here are the three biggest changes you need to know about.
2018 has only just started but we’re already hearing rumours about the next version of Android, Android P. After relatively light modifications to the overall look of the OS from Android Marshmallow to Oreo, it appears Google is ready for a redesign.
How flashy will it be? We don’t know, but apparently it’s going to be notch-friendly.
Android Oreo has barely begun rolling out to Android devices and HMD Global (the company that owns Nokia) has revealed that they will update the current roster of Nokia smartphones to the next major version of Android.
Well, every phone except the Nokia 3310, obviously.