All smartphones and tablets launching with Android 9 Pie will have rollback protection, a functionality Google first introduced with Android 8.0 Oreo last year. As first spotted by XDA Developers, Google’s wording of the feature’s requirements differs based on whether manufacturers are looking to upgrade their devices running Oreo to Android 9 Pie or natively
Android Pie is available to all Pixel and Essential Phone users as an over-the-air update. Other smartphones, namely Sony, Xiaomi, Nokia, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus and selected Android One are expected to receive it by December.
Android 9 has arrived as the next-generation Google Operating System, and Android Pie has landed as a statue on the company's front lawn.
The latest Android software update Android P, also known as Android 9.0, is finally here and has already started rolling out. After Android Oreo, the much anticipated Android 9.0, popularly known as Android P, has arrived for smartphones, with the ‘P’ standing for ‘Pie’. However, for now only Google devices are getting the update to Read More
Android Pie is official and is currently rolling out on all the Pixel smartphones and the Essential Ph-1.
It will use artificial intelligence to adapt to how you use the device.
(Telecompaper) Google has unveiled the name of Android 9 and started rolling out the update to its Pixel smartphones. The new version of the smartphone OS is known as Android Pie, in line with the company's habit of naming each release after a sweet or dessert. It will roll out to other devices over the coming months.
Gone are the days that Google created unique statues to represent new versions of Android. Now we just get boring slices of pie.
Google officially announced the arrival of Android 9 Pie and the company is already making it available to Pixel devices. After the Pixel devices, the search engine giant is expected...
Android 9 Pie is the final version of Android P that brings some of the exciting features ranging from predicting your next task, prioritizing battery power for the apps you use most.
Google has finally taken the wraps off its Android 9, dubbed Pie. We all know that company's own line of Pixel phones will be the first to taste the new update. Well, not exactly. There's one more device that has received