Anonymous, 18 Apr 2018So glad I decided to get an iPhone instead of Android when I switched from Windows. Android is... moreI'm about to do the same, been an Android user for years but it seems like Google and their partners will never change.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2018So glad I decided to get an iPhone instead of Android when I switched from Windows. Android is... moreAnd this is the very reason loads of people who buy iPhones are called iSheeps.
You have 0 knowledge about the android yet bashing it instead of learning about what and how to do.
I can't believe people like you still exist in 2018 when you can literally research anything.
What a joke.
So glad I decided to get an iPhone instead of Android when I switched from Windows. Android is a joke of an OS. It can't even achieve Windows phone level of features, design, user experience, updates, etc., but hey! It's got an impressive collection of fart generators and wallpaper changers in the Play store. Neat!
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018That’s so pathetic. By late last October, already more than 75% of iOS devices have iOS 11 (le... moreYou mean 75% of all devices that can access the App Store. Apple loves to manipulate their data, you know to exclude the older devices.
Plus, compared to Apple, Android doesn't just run on one OEM but many OEMs across various product ranges (flagship, mid-range, low-end), so expect that devices will not get updates especially the low-end entry level smartphones.
Yeeaah, today Oreo came finally for my LG V30 (H930) in Europe with LG Bridge! :D
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018That’s so pathetic. By late last October, already more than 75% of iOS devices have iOS 11 (le... moreAndroid has an 80% market share compared to Apples 15% market share. This means that Android devices will inevitably have a lower OS distribution update percentage since they have so many more devices in the world.
And by knowing the fact that a lot of Android devices are low end and wont support future updates, it is understandable that Apple devices are more updated than others OS devices... it is not pathetic
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018only few people use high end android & most of the company gives software update to high e... moreThere are several people who can afford to buy iPhones but choose not to because of the closed garden.
That’s so pathetic. By late last October, already more than 75% of iOS devices have iOS 11 (less than a month!). A reason to prefer iOS over Android
KitKat user here.......don't care for Oreo or any other update at all.
That jump is largely due to Nokia. Hail!!!!
Still waiting Oreo for my fantastic S7 Edge 😊
still no update on my p10 plus
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018only few people use high end android & most of the company gives software update to high e... moreWell, I could've easily chosen an iPhone over all the Android-phones I've owned - in monthly payments, it doesn't really matter how much the phone costs and what's even better; it's interest-free. I tested the latest iPhone in the store and bunch of other phones too, still didn't like iOS and did not get an iPhone.
PeterThePanda, 17 Apr 2018Well, brands do vary. Samsung and LG for example aren't really that good at updating, especial... moreYeah, Huawei executed their Oreo-updates well. Mate 9 got Treble too and Oreo was available back in 2017, about 4 months from now the OTA hit my device. I'm also on March security patch. Damn shame many others haven't gotten Oreo yet or never will.
pt020, 17 Apr 2018Do not understand why it takes them so long.. Sony has Android 8 out of the box since Septembe... moreonly few people use high end android & most of the company gives software update to high end phones. android is always for those who cannot buy iphone and shouts over internets.
There's Pixel which replaces Nexus, and Nexus which is replaced by AndroidOne, and the old AndroidOne being replaced by AndroidGO.
Yet, these devices are usually poorly designed, mediocre specced, unmarketed, and overpriced.
No wonder people choose to get a Samsung (Galaxy S, Note, Galaxy J), Oppo (R, A), Huawei (Mate, P, Honor) or Xiaomi (Mi, Redmi, Note) series of phones instead.
Do not understand why it takes them so long.. Sony has Android 8 out of the box since September 2017.
PeterThePanda, 17 Apr 2018Well, what matters is that the OS isn't buggy and filled with issues. No point in having the l... moreLol as always, comparing to iOS even though it's totally irrelevant & nobody brought it up. Do you have a secret crush on Apple? :)
Remember that manufacturers now do "clever" firmware, like Oneplus who took android 7 HAL and some parts of android 8 UI and called this 8.0 update. Number inflation will be rampant soon.