Anonymous, 07 May 2015Considering the amount of devices available to use the android platform, the differences in ea... moreSilly is failing to realize that Google has a strong enough grip on Android to legally bind all Android Certified manufacturers to bundle Google apps and yet it hasn't (in the same way) made critical security updates to the core OS mandatory. -- DO REALIZE that I'm not saying to mandate OS upgrades (jumps to newer versions of Android), just something as simple as releasing the patched version of what you are running today would be a sane enough starting point!
sng666, 07 May 2015WTF, Android M now, my samsung still hasn't got android L. https bug on 4.4.2 still not fixed.... moreBoth AT&T and Verizon have updated their phones to L including Samsung. Not sure why you don't have it, but it isn't Samsung's fault...
I still havent got L. Suggest google to call android m to be called either one of the below names.
So frustrated right now.
WTF, Android M now, my samsung still hasn't got android L. https bug on 4.4.2 still not fixed. Whats going on here Google???
I am beginning to hate Android now.
LOL New android OS
Well, ready people to sell your actual phone and get a ne one just because this update....
hehehe Google/Manufacturers style....
AnonD-308243, 07 May 2015ohh looky its another andraid os. the android platform is so fragmented that they need to cons... moreConsidering the amount of devices available to use the android platform, the differences in each of them and the fact that manufacturers are tasked to configure and tailor the OS to their phone... It is silly to even consider blaming Google for any failure.
ohh looky its another andraid os. the android platform is so fragmented that they need to consolidate thier market and make one univeral before shoving out another rushed os to ur faces. look at the failure lollipop is cant even topple prehistoric os varints and now another andraid. this jokers at google need to get a better look at thier fragmented os its almost as bad to look at as strech marks on a lumpy behind. yeah choke on it.
'Android Muffin' will be a cool name
Anonymous, 07 May 2015would say it would be mars as its made by nestle isn't it and Kitkat is too I thinkKitKat is made by Nestle S.A., not Mars. Mars, Inc is not owned by any other company.
May be Android 'Milkshake' :-P
would say it would be mars as its made by nestle isn't it and Kitkat is too I think
Android M would be Android Munch Since, Google has given most of their OS names as chocolates
madeandy , 07 May 2015Who gives a damn what M stands for? Lollipop runs on less than 10% of devices worldwide and y... moreReading your comment is so entertaining. Let's break it down...
You reference the Samsung Galaxy S4, which was released two years ago. Most people get new phones by that time.
You also reference the African continent which is a massive continent with roughly 1,110,000,000 people. Yet only 120,000,000 have smartphones. Of that population, how many have the S4? In a recent 2015 study of all smartphone users in Africa, only 17% said they owned a Samsung phone. Let's just say most of the 17% owned the S4, that would only make for 13 million people with the S4 in Africa.
The S4 sold over 80 million units globally. 16.5% in all of Africa, going by these numbers.
After digesting this information, don't you think your perspective might be a little bit off as to what phones and markets get the new version of Android? Samsung is probably not too keen on getting a working version of Lollipop on the S4 for Africa because there just isn't a large amount of people using that phone there. And the people that have this phone are going to get new ones anyways.
I reckon Marshmallow personally.
Friend of mine reckons Muffin.
or may be 'Mint'
AnonD-227172, 07 May 2015cannot be 'mango' as that name's taken by windows a year back. whatever that thing is, not to... moreMust be a known sweet, like Marshmellow, Mars (yes, the chocolate), Malteser, Mango, Monster (hell yeah!)
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