In September of last year, we reminded you that no more major OS updates would come for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P after Oreo. Thanks to Ars Technica who has now confirmed with Google, the end has come for not just those two phones, but the Pixel C tablet, too. While you won’t see … Continued Nexus 5X, 6P, and Pixel C Won’t Receive Android P is a post from: Droid Life
Android P's first developer preview is here, and while there's a lot that remains unknown, it's still exciting times in the world of Android. The overall look of Android P seems to be mostly the same compared to Oreo, but one area that...Show More Summary
Get the Android P Developer Preview on your phone right away. Another Android Developer preview is here, and this time we'll be getting a look at what Android P has to offer. Eventually, anyway, because the first few versions probably won't have much in the way of user-facing changes. Show More Summary
You can't stop progress. A day after Google had plenty of fun with National Oreo Day, it's releasing the first Developer Preview of the next software version: Android P. Now we don't know what the official name for Android P will beShow More Summary
Forget Android Oreo. The first developer preview of Android P has just entered the wild. If you're keen to get Google's latest operating system on your phone right now, here's what you need to know. More »
Huawei and Honor have started rolling out the EMUI 8.0 beta program for owners of the Honor 7X. This software is based on Android 8.0 Oreo.
Asus today revealed its new flagship series handsets, the Zenfone 5, Zenfone 5 Lite, and Zenfone 5z. All three phone run Android 8 Oreo with the new ZenUI 5.0 Zenfone 5 Lite / 5Q:Called the Zenfone 5Q in the US, this low end of the series has 2.5D curved class on the front and rear with a plastic frame in between. Show More Summary
We look at the three different Android experiences Google is now managing and explain where each one fits in the mobile industry.
Android P could be here sooner than we thought. Android Oreo is a joy to use, but that hasn't stopped a lot of us here at AC to look forward to what the next version of Google's mobile OS will have to offer. Thankfully, at least according...Show More Summary
ZTE announced the Tempo GO at MWC this week, an $80 Android Go device, meaning it comes out of the box running a slimmed version of Android “Oreo.” That also means buyers should expect timely updates for security, too. After all, just...Show More Summary
The Nokia 1 is running Android Oreo "Go edition." It looks and feels like a very barebones version of stock Android Oreo. It can only run apps that are specifically made for low-end specs.
If you’ve been in the market for a new Android tablet, the market has been pretty slim pickings lately. Don’t fret, though, because Huawei is coming to the rescue with three new slates. Huawei today introduced three Android 8.0 Oreo tablets in its MediaPad M5 lineup. [...]
HMD Global went hard at MWC 2018 today, showing off a total of five devices. The first is the Nokia 8 Sirocco, which you can see at the top of this post. This high-end Android One phone comes with Oreo in [...]
ZTE took to the MWC 2018 stage today to unwrap three new Android phones. First up is the ZTE Blade V9. This device utilizes a couple of popular trends in smartphones right now, including a dual rear camera setup that with 16MP and 5MP sensors. ZTE [...]
Patient owners will make the jump straight to Android 8.1, passing Go, but not collecting $200.
HMD Global reveals $85 device aimed at first-time smartphone buyers.
HMD Global today announced the Nokia 1, an affordable, entry-level smartphone that runs the Android Oreo Go platform. The phone features swappable rear covers, a feature the former Nokia called Xpress-On covers. The shell is made from polycarbonate with metal inserts to help strengthen the chassis. Show More Summary
Things have been mostly quiet on the Android Go front since Google announced the low-power mobile operating system back in May — aside, of course, from an unexpected name chance to the decidedly less catchy. Android Oreo (Go Edition). Show More Summary
Android Oreo 8.1, 18:9 displays, and lower-light improved cameras aim to make the new Blade a better buy, but competition could be fierce.
Latest Android slates come in 10.8- and 8.4-inch flavors, with optional pen input and a desktop mode. Your options for good, cheap Android tablets a pretty limited these days. Samsung's Tab S3 line is the go-to option for many in the West. Show More Summary