Android P Thread

Discussion in 'Smartphones and Tablets' started by Dr. AMK, Mar 7, 2018.

  1. Dr. AMK

    Dr. AMK The Strategist

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    They are all trying to make the ultimate Bezel Less phone, but not yet. Only Vivo concept did that with many concerns about durability and practicality.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/vivo-apex-concept-phone.814026/
     
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    That's why I am hopeful this Notch-gate crap will be gone within a generation, with through the screen fingerprint reading and camera pixel integration. It may take a full year, but at least I can enjoy my "notch-less" S7 Edge in the meantime.

    Another reason to get the iPhone 8's or better screen coverage Samsung 9 and 9+, and wait out the era of the Notch. :)
     
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    And google doing a good job to go with the market step by step, and give the developer all tools to innovate,
    The hidden futuristic technologies already their in their pipelines, but they just want to slowly get all our $$$ first :).
     
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    Android P: Exploring Android 9.0 + what it means for Google Pixel 3
     
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    Top 5 Android P Features!
     
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    I don't get what Google is thinking. A dock is supposed to look neat, complementing your wallpaper, not add a massive shade over it. More light colours everywhere for increased OLED battery consumption and burn-in? How will this look on 16:9 screens? Putting the large search-pill below the app row already looked maladroit to me. Why dumb down quick-tiles (long-press removed), making them less quick, while adding granular control to the volume pop-up?

    I wouldn't be too worried about Android supporting notches natively. Phone makers will still go the direction they feel is right in terms of hardware, and supporting all the variations out there as best as possible has always been Google's mission. Just because the Essential PH-1, LG G7, Huawei P20, Asus ZenFone 5, and Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S have notches doesn't mean all future phones will. It's important for the OS and its apps to be adaptable to common screen variations. Even the iPhone X can struggle in that regard.
     
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    They already knows about almost everything coming in the future, they have so deep communications with their partners as I guess. Don't forget that's only an early version for developers and testing purposes, and they can change/modify it and add or remove functions.
     
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    Oh yes, and I wasn't saying we wouldn't see more notched phones. A notchpocalypse is hopefully a stretch though... I would raise an eyebrow if it turns out as popular as ditching the headphone jack, another "feature" that similarly receives bad press. I'm also aware that the developer preview is indeed for developers to get a leg-up on development before the update reaches consumers. Just as with previous iterations, Google will make changes and I'm curious to see how much of the initial feedback they take to heart this time.
     
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    LineageOS cheif developer allready said, androidP is a revamped androidO, a thing happend similiarly between androidL and androidM.

    And the worst of the worst, the new P wont support dual bios(Bootloader+recovery config that traditionally all manufacturers used), meaning for a guy like me who roots phones and uses a custom rom always, things are going to get pretty ****ty
     
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    Smartphone Operating System Market - Global Market Synopsis, Growth Factors, Industry Segmentation, Regional Analysis And Competitive Analysis 2017 - 2025

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