Anonym, 01 Mar 2016Android N = "Not gonna get it", that's Android right there for most people. Google really need... moreEither that or OEMs really NEED to start staging their updates through the Play Store at least. I know that 5.1 to 6.0 is impossible this way but it's a start. This is really a big problem for Android. If I ever cross that bridge (LOL) the only way would be a Nexus. But even then, never.
OEMs should be ashamed. Samsung Note is still waiting for Marshmallow.
Now a days I have stopped caring.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016just great almost all of the smartphones not even updated to marshmallow now N great andyThat's not Google's responsability, but the OEM's
All the nexus devices are updated to the latest version
Switch to nexus line Bro, they have good cameras and premium built (6p) and I think this year both smaller and bigger nexuses will be premium. There will be a separate affordable version.
They should make whole new approach to design and concept of UI. Guidelines should be simple, efficient and elegant design. Remove all unnecessary code, feature gimmicks from android. Benefits are better battery life, fast UI, beautiful UI, better security.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016nope will be Nabisco lolnever heard this word ever. Not even translator tells me. But it will be Nutella, you can just give up.
AnonD-212969, 01 Mar 2016AAAAAAand, by the year of our Lord 2095. adoption rate of android N will be around 40%. Ha... moreCalm down, what Google cares about is that their own Nexus devices are getting the updates right away. So for them it is almost a 100% adoption rate. Other manufacturers = their fault for not offering stock Android (and I'm glad since stock Android is boring).
FinestBezels, 01 Mar 2016Change TO IPhone friend don't try to put iPhone in android thred. So better offer nexus than that crap. Also people before buying phones must know about updates... Just hate people that buys phones from such companies which updates phones like once in a year and then starts crying 'omg no update plz crap'
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016Even though this is off topic, but the "ugly" tiles are always better than the boring, static ... moreI know, that's why I said 'flat enough'. There's no need for more, even though it can always be modded to look decent. :)
AnonD-361638, 01 Mar 2016Isn't it foolish thing to do,By launching Android N.they can give 6.1.x update. Because they ... morethats not googles problem that other OEMS does not update software on their devices. Google nexus always gets updates.
AAAAAAand, by the year of our Lord 2095. adoption rate of android N will be around 40%.
Hahaha. So many aritcles on N, but at the same time M is on 2%.
What a fuckin joke hhahahahaha
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016I prefer Windows 10 on desktop, but I'd never want to have the ugly tile-UI on my phone. Andro... moreEven though this is off topic, but the "ugly" tiles are always better than the boring, static icons, as they provide a lot of information without even having to open their apps. Not to mention that Windows 10's UI is the most advanced mobile UI out there.
Once people have used a Windows phone, the large majority of them won't want to go back to a static icon design.
Also, Android's flat design is copied from Windows Phone's flat UI design, so you already have Windows's "ugly" design on your phone. :)
Oh man the changes are so deep I cannot see them. Btw, remember the days when Android used to have 4.0, 4.2, 4.3? This looks like Android 6.1.