Android Q should be the iOS 12 of Android

Android Q should be the iOS 12 of Android

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de regarder les blagues chaque jours de manière confortable ?

After iOS 7, Apple just forgot about optimisation and started cramming in as many features as possible. By the time iOS 11 was out, the bugs were so severe that I got people returning their iPhone 8 and X and switching to Android altogether. But this issue got fixed with iOS 12. It didn’t have any big new features, but it fixed everything and caused the software to run smoothly especially on older devices. Apple didn’t focus on a massive design overhaul or adding big features. They just optimised it and expanded their support to a whopping 5 years.

That’s what I think Android Q should do. Google should stop adding half baked features like the gestures every year and this time round, focus on giving a users an optimised and lag free experience that gets to non-pixel phones a little quicker that 6 months after the full version is released (e.g like for Samsung phones). Project treble did help a bit, but more work needs to be done.

So that’s my wishlist for Android Q, focus on optimisation and getting updates out more quickly.
And fixing gestures as a bonus.

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5 réflexions au sujet de “Android Q should be the iOS 12 of Android”

  1. I’m on Pixel 3 and performance of Android Q beta 2 has definitely been better than what it was on official pie.

    Google also did add treble improvements with Android Q. I suggest you read into it a bit.

    They can’t not work on the gestures because the current ones are just bad and they need to be changed

  2. The thing is, Apple has complete control over hardware and software. They can support the models that they released way longer. Google only has a little bit of control on software, even OEMs and carriers won’t play along. Unless Google makes their own SOCs, the dream of having 5 years of updates won’t happen anytime soon.

  3. There’s only so much Google and the Android dev team can do here, though, and a lot (including update release schedules) is on manufacturers like Samsung. iOS doesn’t share the same issue because, of course, Apple develops both iOS and iPhone devices. Google can aim for a lag-free experience on stock Android and perhaps Pixel devices but beyond that, it’s all down to how manufacturers implement the mainline release.

  4. Q seems to be fixing a lot of long time Android issues. The new permissions scheme is one thing Apple will not longer have over Android. The new share menu is another long time performance issue that is being looked at. I think I’d rather have that than some imaginary lag fixes that only affect OEM skinned phones and not stock Android.

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