The time when Chrome will no longer support smartphones running on Android Jelly Bean is coming.
According to Google, Android Oreo is now in 5.7% of devices. Majority are still rocking Nougat and Marshmallow.
Google recently announced it’s next software version, Android P. Developer preview released for Pixel smartphones.
According to Google’s report on the smartphone OS’ market share, Nougat is now the most popular Android out there.
In case you missed it (because for some reason I did), Google officially announced that Android O 8.0 will henceforth be known as Android Oreo.
Popular benchmark app maker Antutu recently released their Performance Ranking Report, revealing the top 10 best performing smartphones for 2015.
We saw Blackberry’s market share decline in the past years. With Android and iOS’ dominance of the smartphone market, the company had a tough time staying relevant. In hopes of a resurgence, Blackberry combined their class-leading security know-how with Android and announced the Blackberry PRIV. The smartphone runs on Android Lollipop and comes with a physical sliding keyboard, an AMOLED display, and the company’s renowned security and privacy features. This may be the company’s best device yet.