It’s new year’s day! (All things considered, in any event in the greater part of the world, I know some of you have as of now flipped the schedule to the second). Also, as you may figure, news is only the smallest piece moderate, particularly with the first arrival on a Friday. Everybody’s all over the place doing stuff, or whatever. All things considered, I felt it was a flawless time for a little talk.
2015 conveyed numerous new things to Android. Marshmallow is effectively the most cleaned rendition of the OS yet. Android Auto has begun to end up accessible on vehicles. The Nexus 5X and 6P denoted the first double discharge Nexus telephones. We have another not-a-Nexus tablet, the Pixel C. Android Pay dispatched. Furthermore, outside of the Googleverse particularly, there were obviously numerous new handsets discharged. The Galaxy S6 denoted a defining moment for Samsung’s mechanical outline. Sony fabricated a telephone with a 4K show. LG assembled a telephone with two presentations… for reasons unknown. HTC fabricated a $500 telephone that truly shouldn’t likely cost that much yet is generally really decent.
Be that as it may, we should anticipate 2016. What would you like to witness with Android this year? Shouldn’t something be said about with Android telephones or other equipment?
For me, and this is only one of numerous potential subjects, I’d adoration to see Android Auto get a reexamine. Yes, it’s a ton superior to anything most in-auto frameworks for things like voice data. Be that as it may, it’s just possibly better for route, frequently more awful for music, and not generally simple to communicate with. It’s additionally an aggregate wellbeing babysitter in a not-pleasant manner, truth be told.
On the hardware side of things, I need to keep seeing the mid-reach ($200-400) range of cell phones multiply and enhance, as 2015 denoted an enormous bounce in the nature of gadgets in this cost section, and I think we can continue pushing the commoditization envelope to improve these less-costly gadgets and better. I think Marshmallow will make these telephones significantly additionally engaging, as the most up to date variant of Android by and large feels much smoother and snappier than Lollipop, additionally handles power administration a ton better.