Android is the most popular mobile operating system in the world. Despite that, its latest version that is Android Oreo is available on 1.1 percent of the total Android devices. Google is constantly working on improving this scenario and is now working on the next Android version called the Android P.
Now a report from Bloomberg reveals what Google is looking for in Android P. The main objective Google wants to achieve with Android P is improving the look of the software. Google wants to target iPhone users here and hope that they will switch to an Android device because of the new update.
Apple is also working on a major redesign of iOS with iOS 12. Let’s see who will win the design game this year. We will get a glimpse of both the operating system in a few months at Google I/2018 for Android and WWDC 2018 for iOS. Google is also working on designing the operating system to support notch design better.
Apple has done a good job in implementing the notch on iPhone X and designing the operating system accordingly. We have seen Android smartphones like the Essential phone implementing a notch. To reduce the bezels, more and more smartphone manufacturers will go with a notch and they will need Google to support it.
It will be interesting to see how Google plans to improve Android P to support notches. According to the report, Android P will be designed to better support different form factors android devices like ZTE Axon M with multiple displays and foldable display smartphones like the upcoming Samsung smartphone.
One area in which Google is doing very well is in implementing Google Assistant into the whole operating system. Google will continue on to its path of improving the Google Assistant will try to integrate more into the OS, starting with Google’s own apps. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.
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