Arme secrète de la Polestar 2 contre 3 modèle de Tesla est Android Auto

Arme secrète de la Polestar 2 contre 3 modèle de Tesla est Android Auto

The Polestar 2’s secret weapon against Tesla’s Model 3 is Android Auto

Avant de choisir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les jokes tous les jours de manière confortable ?

secret de la Polestar 2 arme contre 3 modèle de Tesla est Auto Android

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16 réflexions au sujet de “Arme secrète de la Polestar 2 contre 3 modèle de Tesla est Android Auto”

  1. The Verge keeps calling it Android Auto, but it’s not. It’s Android ~~for~~ Automotive which is a completely different thing. Android Auto is smartphone integration via an app. Android ~~for~~ Automotive is an infotainment system running the Android operating system. Not only are there distinct UI/UX and visual differences, the entire concept is different!

  2. That’s not Android auto. That’s an Android based user interface.

    I replaced the stock navigation in my Infiniti Q50 with an Android Module, its been great being able to run waze , google maps, youtube, etc.

  3. I don’t like the aesthetics or technology in this car, but hopefully it will stimulate the market. I’m really looking forward to Honda’s EV.

  4. I’m not sure how this would be a selling point. How much I love to use my Android Auto on the daily in my Kia Niro it hasn’t been without its own issues but fortunately doesn’t brake the car experience. Now this polestar goes full in on this experience and I ponder the future. I been in my friends model 3 dozen times now and it would hands down, without Android auto or carplay, do enough to make me happy. There software just works and gives a good experience.

  5. As much as others don’t like Android Auto, I don’t know what I’d do without it. Has been working great lately. Use it in my car with an after market touchscreen receiver, an F-150, and a Lincoln. Also use it in countless rental cars, always works like a charm and having a familiar interface in every car is a godsend.

  6. As a Model 3 owner I find the Polestar’s screen and interface pretty ugly. I do like seeing Spotify and whatnot on the Polestar, I do wish I had that, but that display and UI look like early smartphone technology compared to the slick Model 3 display and interface.

    Also the headline by the Verge is a bit much. An Android infotainment system is not some secret weapon, it is quite far down the list of things I’d consider between the two cars.

  7. I guess so? I can’t remember some big uproar about this newssurce fiability. I don’t often notice what website my tech news come from, except when I’ve been reading for like 15 minutes because it’s one of those fascinating in-depth articles from Ars lol

  8. I don’t want android as an entrance point into my car. If my phone getting hacked is done thing, but I don’t want someone to possibly have an exploit into my car via android.

  9. Android Auto is kinda unreliable as it is, I’m not sure I would want it to control everything. How much would it suck if you have to restart your car to change the AC setting because the entire UI froze? At least with Android Auto I can just unplug it and use it over bluetooth.

  10. Lol well problem solved, it will certainly sell like hot cakes then! Why would anyone ever buy a good looking model 3 when you can have this ugly piece of shit with ANDROID!??

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