There’s no doubt that Android is the most popular operating system in the world right now, as Google managed to create a highly advanced mobile ecosystem through the years, but also made it available for pretty much any smartphone manufacturer.
Almost yearly, the search engine giant comes up with a totally refreshed version of the OS, named after a popular dessert, which, obviously, brings tons of new features and improvements. However, they also release other minor updates as well, in order to improve the functionality of already existing versions. Continue reading “What’s the most popular Android OS version after all?”
You know what they say: “The best camera is the one you always have with you”. Considering this, over the past years, smartphone manufacturers invested ridiculous amounts in developing the technology needed to create the best portable camera.
And guess what? Some of them did one hell of a job! Continue reading “The Camera Showdown – Huawei P30 Pro vs iPhone XS Max”
Features could make the next Android version the best one ever
Over the past years, Google managed to impress Android fans with each new release, as they constantly tried to introduce new features and make using the mobile operating system as easy as possible. And if you ask us, they did quite an amazing job, especially with the latest version of their dessert, Pie.
Still, you know what they say: there’s always room for more.
Android 9 Pie was very well received by the community of Android users, but shortly after its release, there were already numerous discussions about what the next version – an anniversary one, 10, as a side note – could bring and the list was pretty big.
Of course, a lot of the features fans talked about were pure fantasy, while some of them are something we’d love to see integrated into Android 10, expected to be released, in its final version, in August.
Let’s take a few moments and see what future addings could make the next Android version the best one ever, shall we? Continue reading “What features could make the next Android version the best one ever”