This is one of the rare instances when support from SoC makers is available within a short span of the OS' launch.
As most of you know by now, Google had announced Android Oreo (Go edition) for budget smartphones quite recently, and MediaTek just announced that it has become Google’s official SoC partner for Android Oreo (Go edition). Now, the Android Oreo (Go edition) is a part of Google’s Android Go project, and this version of the
Both chipset makers will work closely with Google to deliver processors that are specifically optimized for the recently-announced Android Oreo Go edition.
Google has teamed up with Taiwan semi-conductor company MediaTek to launch a light version of Android optimized for really cheap phones
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Applications are now open for Android 8.0 Oreo beta for the Mi A1.
It was back in October, when an Oreo-based Android Wear beta was announced by Google. Now, over two months after that, it has been announced the Oreo update will start rolling out to Android Wear devices today onwards.
One of our readers just received the update on his LG Watch Sport. The version number associated with the new Oreo build of Android Wear is still apparently 2.6.0, though
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Both Qualcomm and MediaTek will be supporting Google's initiative for entry-level devices in developing markets.