Anonymous, 06 Feb 2018Hopefully there is new open source OS, android sevice is getting worse, but hardware us better... moreTBH I'm just bored of it, subtle changes here and there isn't really all that exciting.
Still rocking Marshmallow and I have little to no complaints, the newer versions aren't all that faster or different anyway.
Marshmallow and Nougat are the best versions. Very smooth. Oreo isn't that different. At least android rocks now. iOS is slowing down after each update.
Anonymous, 06 Feb 2018Hopefully there is new open source OS, android sevice is getting worse, but hardware us better... moreCan you please tell me how android is getting worse? I'm not attacking you, I'm just curious to know why you say that
SK89, 06 Feb 2018I dont know if they are ashamed or are they shamelessly bragging that their latest software ju... moreHopefully there is new open source OS, android sevice is getting worse, but hardware us better than non
I'd have upgraded my stock Android to Oreo already if my phone wouldn't be stucking in constant freezes after the "upgrade".
Oreo's slow growth is maybe because manufacturers are avoiding treble
I dont know if they are ashamed or are they shamelessly bragging that their latest software just passed 1% after almost 6 months since its released!
As long as sammy stuck in nougat, nougat is the most distributed android. At least for now, time will tell.
hahaha...7 months down for Oreo to be released and yet a 1.5 old Naugat is popular...whats the use of best hardware when it runs on a year and half old OS
My j5 2016 have been updated to nougat yesterday. Waiting for j7 prime and j7 pro to be updated also 😊😊😊
If Samsung did their job well, OREO could be at least 10% now.
I doubt A8/A8+ get oreo before june.
They will update s7 first.
I dont care if TW has more stuff than stock, all other UIs do. S8+ here was equivalent to $1300.
Should have been updated since early december.
Every year same old story, instead of starting beta test in mid october, Samsung starts in early/half december.
ePhonymous, 06 Feb 2018With influx of cheap, prepaid Android 7.0 and 7.1 devices coming out of the woodwork, finally ... moreYou shouldn't move your apps to sd card. That is very bad idea. And current generation budget smartphone has enough internal memory like 16GB and above.
Dear Google, you don't need to launch Android P (Poor) this year. Even Oreo can't even beat Android Jelly Bean OS. Last month i updated from marshmallow to Nougat. Didn't notice any huge difference. And Settings menu should be rearrange alphabetically.
With influx of cheap, prepaid Android 7.0 and 7.1 devices coming out of the woodwork, finally glad to see Android 6.0 become a forgotten memory. That was truly awful as many cheap, prepaid devices on Marshmallow wouldn't allow you to use your SD card to store apps.
Plus, at the very least, split windows. I'm good with just those for now.