More years of software update
Introduction of Google's framework for folding device
Stadia... I hope not.
It's nice to see Google, Microsoft, and AMD having a good connection with Samsung.
T-Dizzle, 06 Feb 2020Nothing from Google has excited me for a long time, so I doubt it. Maybe it's a Samsung S20 with stock software androidONE, who knows, last flagship Galaxy with stock software was Samsung Galaxy S4 Play Edition back in 2013 - i think.
The Last Oracle, 06 Feb 2020Whoa you nailed it.
Also make Android smoother and not so memory hungry. Android is already smother with fluid fast refresh rate displays on Smartphones plus better battery life, functionality, customizabilty, security, etc.
iOS struggles with multitasking and app reloads. It needs to work on true multitasking, providing latest features early, better design, better use of the SOC and bundle better hardware as well. Also not release half baked beta updates to devices.
Samsung ship updates on the same day as the pixel. That would be amazing mean while back in the real world.
Walter C. Dornez, 06 Feb 2020I mean, I'd be happy with 4 years of updatesThat is the problem with Google and your network operator selling you the idea that you should expect your device costing your over a thousand bucks is considered useless after two years. You're even happy with it just getting two more years of operating system support.
Meanwhile, my six year old Windows PC, that cost less than a thousand bucks, keeps getting weekly and monthly updates and patches. With no end in sight.
T-Dizzle, 06 Feb 2020Nothing from Google has excited me for a long time, so I doubt it. Except for next gen Quantum computing
The Last Oracle, 06 Feb 2020Whoa you nailed it. Also make Android smoother and not so memory hungry. Unfortunately that could be said about iOS too. More so the apps of either especially.
Duck of death, 06 Feb 2020Google announces they'll hand over control of Android development to an alliance of manufactur... moreWhoa you nailed it.
Also make Android smoother and not so memory hungry.
Google announces they'll hand over control of Android development to an alliance of manufacturers. Releasing consumers from the greedy claws of both Google and all network providers.
That is the ONLY thing coming out of Google that would make me happy.
It will be even more exciting when Google show more responsibility (rather than waiting on other Security agencies to do its job) in its Play Store by banning malware-lace apps from Shenzhen.