Google is speeding up and tempting new things to appear on Android O. The change is really a lot, but what if the same system over the next year to see … the percentage of users.
I am watching the 2017 I / O conference with great curiosity and watching the changes that are expected to emerge in the next generation of Android. There are a lot of them, and some actually increase the comfort of smartphones. It's about rebuilt notifications, PiP mode, autofill forms, a whole new menu to save battery life, or even the Play Protect scanner I described. Unfortunately, the problem with all this is that the more enthusiasm and the news comes from Google employees, the more skeptical I am about Android. Why? Unfortunately, because of all these great and wonderful improvements, only a handful of users can benefit from it. This does not mean, however, that I criticize Android and immediately switch to being a fan of the apple reserve. Unfortunately, I have to say, however, that over the past few months, and after watching the monthly reports, I find that Google obviously has no plan for what to do with his system. Android Go for weaker devices with 512 MB RAM? Great idea, it's a shame that only in Mountain View will all forget about him for a year and a half, and people encouraged by the lighter equivalent of a green lab will remain on ice. Of course it does not have to be, but knowing the indecisiveness and strange ideas of Google … everything is possible. Google found itself in a strange spot with your software. The Mountain View company unveiled the Android Nougat on August 22, 2016 – from that moment on, this version of the system uses a fraction of the hardware, and we have learned everything about Android O, which will appear also after the holidays. I wonder if next May I will write a similar text about Android P, where Android O will also crawl after nearly 12 months. Of course, the whole situation can be avoided by buying a Nexus or a hard-to-find Pixel smartphone in Poland – the deal is done, the update is the first. On the other hand, I understand the situation with drivers, overlays, a multitude of devices and configurations available on the market. I also appreciate efforts to update Android's "base" without having to wait until the manufacturer improves and optimizes its overlay.The pace of development of Android and the release of the next version of the previous builds, which lurk somewhere on the horizon, however, makes every subsequent announcement of Google become less and less exciting for me. And it should be quite the opposite.