Update – October 19: After the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact got the Android 9.0 (Pie) update last week, earlier than the promised November release. Sony has now announced new dates for the roll out for other devices. Continue reading “Sony confirms Android 9.0 Pie update for range of Xperia smartphones [Update: Roll out dates detailed]”
Android Pie is official now! But is it for everyone? No. After numerous speculations and opinions, Google has finally confirmed that Android 9.0 ‘P’ will be called Pie. The potential successor of Android Oreo brings in some significant features that mostly revolves around Artificial Intelligence. Continue reading “List of phones Getting Android 9.0 Pie update”
Google released Android 9.0 (Pie) last week for its Pixel devices and also said that it is working with several OEMs to roll out the update. After HTC, Motorola has confirmed Pie update for its smartphones, including the Moto X4 that was introduced running Android 7.1 (Nougat). The latest Moto Z3 series, Z2 series and the Moto G6 series are getting the update, but the Moto Z, G5 and G5S series are being left out. Even this year’s Moto E5 series are not getting the update. Continue reading “Motorola confirms Android 9.0 Pie update for range of smartphones”
Google has finally confirmed that Android 9.0 ‘P’ will be called Pie, couple of week before the rumored date. It has also released final stable update for Pixel smartphones that can be downloaded from Android developer website here and also started rolling out OTA update (OTA images) for those who have signed up for beta program. It is also pushing sources to Android Open Source Project (AOSP).
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