Luxor, 22 Aug 2017Blackberry Keyone gets the Oreo update. That the only new thing in this article. thats news ... not new ...
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 22 Aug 2017whats new ?Blackberry Keyone gets the Oreo update. That the only new thing in this article.
Luxor, 22 Aug 2017*Illustration purpose only. sometimes people took it seriously about small thing
I want phones with 8.0 like next month, don't wanna wait half year!! Why so slow..
Luxor, 22 Aug 2017From an article: Google is once again trying to solve the problem of slow Android updates, ... moreAnd once again, their solutions means nothing to manufacturer.. I doubt that project table will make the manufacturer giving fast update to their product.. :')
Not too happy about this, as I never really liked Oreo. I was hoping for Android Orange or something.
As for Android P... in before Peni$ jokes XD
Luxor, 22 Aug 2017From an article: Google is once again trying to solve the problem of slow Android updates, ... morewell, then it still depends on lazy manufacturers out there to release their updates
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2017Iphone updates hardly ever counted as updates and are only playing catch up in almost all case... moreA Lollipop phone is more functional and flexible than whatever iOS 15 may bring. Just because iOS is available immediately does not mean much.
But I do hope that with project Treble, security patches are more frequent across OEMs.
What I learnt, after paying over USD 1000 on an iPhone, is that comparing iOS to Android is like comparing a Toyota MR2 to a Ferrari. Android is in a different league altogether, with the user as its focus.
Droid Fanboys, 22 Aug 2017Oh.... i still marshmallow with 1 gb ram, impossible it can be updated, i just hope the androi... more I think you're right. Next year I believe a ton of cool models will come out. This year is the 10th year anniversary of the smartphone. Large bezels are on the way out. I wonder what tech developments we'll see in the next 10 years (?).
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2017This is why i wish google would update all phones like Iphones!!! Same way! Iphone updates hardly ever counted as updates and are only playing catch up in almost all cases. Not an example to go off of at all. It's not the same.
Blame, 21 Aug 2017Why bother?
No one will use it for another 6 - 12 months anyway,( From an article:
Google is once again trying to solve the problem of slow Android updates, and this time, the company says it has a solution that will make it "easier, faster, and less costly for manufacturers" to update their phones to new versions of Android.
The answer is a feature inside of Android O called "Project Treble" which is supposed to let manufacturers update their phones without having to make a ton of software changes first.
Google has essentially split apart its own work on Android from the work that its hardware partners do on Android to make sure it works with their latest chips. If Treble works like Google says it does, companies like Samsung and Motorola will be able to issue Android updates without waiting for a chip partner, like Qualcomm, to first send along software updates.
-In other words, after Android Oreo all the future updates will be a fast one. No more waiting 6 months like you said. Project Treble will change android forever.