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HTC U11 Plus review: what the Pixel 2 XL could’ve been

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago20 comments
Features

Are you more excited for the Galaxy S9, LG G6 successor, or Huawei P20?

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 hours ago13 comments
Reviews

Skagen Falster review

by Jimmy Westenberg 4 days ago11 comments
Features

2018: the year OEMs perfect the mid-tier?

by Duncan Elder 4 days ago8 comments
6 articles

Here’s why OnePlus doesn’t support Project Treble — yet

Project Treble has a lofty goal: quicker Android updates for all devices. However, some manufacturers like OnePlus don't support it yet, and for good reason.
by Logan GarnerDecember 7, 2017

Understanding Project Treble and future Android updates

Android Oreo and Project Treble are promising much faster OS updates for Android phones in the future. We explore how this works and if the claims are true.
by Robert TriggsNovember 30, 2017

OnePlus 3/3T and 5/5T will get Android 8.1 Oreo but no Project Treble

The OnePlus 3, 3T, 5, and 5T will all receive Android 8.1 Oreo, but no Project Treble. Does this make your more or less inclined to buy a OnePlus device?
by Matt AdamsNovember 21, 2017

Linux kernel long term support extended to 6 years for Project Treble

Android uses the Long Term Support branch of the Linux kernel, which had 2 years of support. Now the LTS kernel will be supported for 6 years.
by Gary SimsSeptember 29, 2017

Android O team talks Project Treble, blob emoji, themes, and more

As you may know, the engineering team behind Android O held an AMA on Reddit today, and here are some of the things we learned from it.
by Brian ReighJuly 19, 2017

Project Treble will work with Google Pixel, could it mean longer support?

Google's Pixel smartphones will work with Project Treble, the company's ambitious plan to speed up software updates on Android devices.
by Brian ReighMay 19, 2017
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