Android 10

Project Treble Might be Showing Signs of Speeding Up Android Updates – Droid Life

Project Treble, one of the biggest features from Android 8 “Oreo” that aimed to help speed up major Android updates from manufacturers, is showing signs of having some success. Sure, it has been two years since Treble was first introduced, but from Oreo to Pie and now Android 10, Google thinks the update situation in …

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Samsung kicks off Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series – BGR

Samsung isn’t known for releasing quick updates to its Android flagships, with the newest version of Android usually reaching the latest high-end handsets several months after Google makes it available. But the company at least has beta programs for those customers looking to try new Android features as fast as possible. This year, it’s the …

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Android 10 is making its way to all recent OnePlus handsets — 5, 5T, 6 and 6T

OnePlus has a great reputation for supporting its handsets for far longer than other manufacturers, delivering not only security updates, but also new versions of Android for two years or more. With Android 10, things are staying the same. At the UK launch of the OnePlus 7T Pro, the company revealed its plans for rolling …

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Google is forcing Android phone makers to add even more apps no one wants – BGR

Storage is no longer a significant issue on smartphones, with most devices featuring at least 64GB of flash memory, if not double or even quadruple that amount. In other words, nobody really cares about bloatware — those preinstalled apps that ship with new phones, which used to be a major problem on Android flagships. With …

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iOS 13 vs. Android 10: Which is more secure?

Apple’s iOS has maintained a dominant track record in security, but Google’s Android may just be catching up. The​ ​rise of cybercrime​ and identity theft has seen Android’s new operating system incorporate several security-conscious measures, including granular controls on application access and additional permissions to bolster security. With the update of both Android 10 and …

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