1ns0mniac, 18 May 2017What about battery indicator of bluetooth devices?! When its gonna be included on AOSP android... moreJBL Go. Battery indicator on lg g4 ( Android 6) don't appear. JBL Clip 2. Battery indicator appears. Maybe you gow wrong Bluetooth device?
Anonymous, 18 May 2017I hope my J7 2016 get this update but Im still marshmallowYeah. Android Handset Makers seems to provide updates to flagships and leaves most other models to old version for a long time or permanently. This is a little frustrating that's why after 3 years of using android, i finally gave up and switched to iPhone and so far the experience is great. Since i got the device 1 month ago i already got 2 os updates.
Still Symbian and his sons maemo ft MeeGo "Is/R" better and very so much advanced to iOS + android
i am using 2014 phone, 28nm chipset, 3000mah battery, android 5.1..still manage to get great battery life..because i root the phone i guess?
AnonD-656673, 18 May 2017And it's still actually works. M has better battery life than L, so does N to MAnd I think this is an awesome evolution, don't know why people don't appreciate it
Notification dots,wow innovation. This was for years on iOS. Android is a feature phone OS lacking basic fearures.
(Don't be attacked, I just speak how android fans speak to iOS users)
Just put the stupid number on badges google damn it! Why do things halfway? That is like one of the most requested features and implemented by every single oem!!!!
So basically, the not-true multitasking which Android users bragged about is coming to Android. Gr8
What about battery indicator of bluetooth devices?! When its gonna be included on AOSP android? Wait for android Z?!
Anonymous, 18 May 2017Battery management??? Wtf google.. you say that in every IO.. getting old.And it's still actually works. M has better battery life than L, so does N to M
AnonD-509648, 18 May 2017LOL, no Numbers on the DOTs?
WTF, even my 4 year old Lumia 925 from 2013 with Windows Phone 8... moreIt's default in pixel launcher. Or you can choose any 3rd party launchers.
But mentioning windows phone in comparison feels like, "my Nokia 1100 boots up in 2 seconds and Android takes 50 second to boot".
AnonD-491575, 18 May 2017I thought I read somewhere about better audio.... less latency in music apps etc. ? is that s... moreYeah, Android O has a low latency audio API that apps can use if they need it. It also ups the bitrate of Bluetooth audio (basically about 6x more, depending on the setting). As for the usual native playback, as far as I know it remains the same.