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Thursday, 14 December 2017

This is the reason why Android go slow

All operating systems have their good things, and their bad things. Although it sounds a bit typical, Apple for example still has not solved one of the major problems of its platforms, its restrictions. In addition, we also have recent software errors that have been found, and that have come to affect each and every one of the devices, including the new iPhone X that the company is so fond of.

But that is nothing compared to what happens in the competition. In the case of Android, the great rival of Apple, the operating system is unable to achieve that each and every one of the phones and tablets that use it receive the latest version. What causes not only security problems, as they are vulnerable to holes that have been resolved in more advanced versions, but also in terms of performance, when starting to leave the optimization for these versions on the side in favor of the most recent

Not even 1 in 100 Android devices have the latest version installed 

According to data shared by 9to5Google , the adoption of Oreo, the new version of Android that was officially released at the end of August, has not reached even 1% of the devices. And this, as you will surely have observed, is really disappointing. Especially when it was this version that is designed to begin to solve this problem.

From the exit of Android Oreo, the devices that bring the new version of series will be able to make use of the call Project Treble, that separates the personalization of the manufacturer of the actual update. This would allow, in theory, to release important updates without waiting for operators to approve them. However, this only happens on paper, and we will have to see if this allows them to reach iOS. But for now, it does not look like it's going to happen.

Via | Andro4All 

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