Showing posts from September, 2017

Treble : Manufacturers to update devices to a new version of Android very easily

I am happy that google has introduces new framework where manufacturer can update OS very easily & test with new OS.
> The Android 8.0 release includes Project Treble.
> Android OS framework designed to make it easier, faster, and less costly for manufacturers to update devices to a new version of Android.
> Treble separates the vendor implementation (device-specific, lower-level software written by silicon manufacturers) from the Android OS framework via a new vendor interface.
> Android 7.x and earlier, no formal vendor interface exists so device makers must update large portions of the Android code to move a device to a newer version of Android
> With Treble, a new stable vendor interface provides access to the hardware-specific parts of Android, enabling device makers to deliver new Android releases simply by updating the Android OS framework—without any additional work required from the silicon manufacturers

For details on the new Treble architecture, see the f…

Apple event on September 12th at Apple Park

This year, Apple's big reveal is at a new location: the 1,000-people Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park,the company's brand-new "spaceship" headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Expect it to be as much of a presence at the event as Tim Cook and the new iPhones.
Apple is planning to break with tradition and release three phones in September: the iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.
iPhone 7s and 7s Plus are anticipated to feature minor upgrades to the iPhone 7, such as a faster chip and longer battery life.
The iPhone 8, as it will probably called, will feature a radical redesign in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone. 
It could give the device a new name in honour of the splash, The company is also expected to unveil a third generation of the Apple Watch and a 4K Apple TV.

A price tag of almost $1,000 would make the new device 54 per cent more expensive than Apple's current iPhone 7. 

Google's Android One Makes a Comeback with Xiaomi Mi A1

Xiaomi just launched Mi A1. This phone is a great example of what Android One represents: a collaboration between Google and our partners to deliver a software experience designed by Google.
Mi A1 will be available in dozens of markets, including India, Indonesia, Russia, Vietnam and Taiwan.
Android One phones are Google endorsed devices that run a simple, fresh, and secure experience.
Android One launched in India back in 2014, the goal was to get the next billion people online by providing them with high quality, affordable phones.
Phone manufacturers build phones that run a software experience designed by Google.
Buy it here:
All Android One phones are powered by a Google designed software experience that is:
Simple and smartAll Android One phones consistently run a pure Android experience with a clean design and a small, carefully curated set of preinstalled apps.
The latest technology from Google is built right into Android One phones and core to t…