Samsung’s new Galaxy phones, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, were announced at the start of the week in Barcelona during MWC 2018. What we didn’t know at the time is the fact Samsung’s new handsets support Project Treble, Google’s software feature that allows Android system updates to be rolled out faster.
We’ve already had a look around Android O and what it will bring to the user experience once Google formally announces the new OS and releases it to Pixel and Nexus devices, but a new Google announcement adds to what is already shaping up to be a nice Android update.
Last month Google introduced the first Android Beta update with Android P Developer Preview 3. Developers, manufacturers and enthusiasts with compatible devices have been testing the software with hope that bugs and issues get patched. Earlier this week, Google released its next platform upgrade of the mobile OS overhaul with Android P Developer Preview 4 and the second update to the beta program. Here’s everything to know and all the information you need to get started.
At Google I/O 2018 in May, Google introduced the Android Beta program with Android P Developer Preview 2. Developers, manufacturers and enthusiasts have been actively testing the software ever since to eliminate bugs and issues. This week, Google released a platform upgrade of the next mobile OS overhaul in Android P Developer Preview 3 and the first update to the beta. Here’s everything to know.
Google has shared the Android distribution figures as of the first week of May 2018.
The Google I/O 2018 developer conference is underway in beautiful Mountain View, California. To get everything started, the search giant held its much hyped up keynote address. During the opening session, Google took time to discuss the next software release of its mobile operating system, Android. This was typical of Google, who usually showcases what’s coming over the next year during the show. As announced back in March, the mobile platform that is the world’s most popular will be updated [Read More]
Watch Google take its own stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area for the Google I/O 2018 Developer Conference keynote on May 8 beginning at 1:00pm EDT. The search giant’s venue is known to have held some great events in the past with the ability to hold as many as 22,500 people. Like usual, demand to attend was off the charts so Google ran its lottery for people just to have a chance [Read More]
Google I/O 2018 is occurring as we speak in Mountain View, California where developers, Google enthusiasts and media have gathered to learn the future of tech. Back in early March, the search giant announced the first Android P Developer Preview. Developers and manufacturers have been actively testing the software that’s been in alpha-like condition, in hope to eliminate bugs and issues. Today, Google is taking the platform upgrade to the next stage. During its keynote address, the company fully unveiled the next [Read More]