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  • Huawei smartphones with Harmony OS could be on the way

    Huawei smartphones with Harmony OS could be on the way

    Earlier this month, Huawei CEO Yu Chengdong announced that its upcoming smartwatch will feature Harmony OS. He also mentioned that other products, including smartphones, will start using the OS too. Now, sources suggest that smartphones with Harmony OS could appear sooner than later.

  • All Huawei devices in the future might come with HarmonyOS

    All Huawei devices in the future might come with HarmonyOS

    Nowadays, it looks like Huawei is becoming more self-reliant especially after the ban took place. Although the company has been restricted to access resources from the U.S. for their technology products, they are still constantly coming up with new ideas to wow the crowd. Recently, it is suggested that all of the Huawei products might ditch Android OS and replaced by the HarmonyOS in the future.

  • Phones with 2GB of RAM or less will not get full access to Android 11

    Phones with 2GB of RAM or less will not get full access to Android 11

    Now and then, you may have noticed some Android 10 that have very little RAM but run the full version of the OS. But Google is taking steps to prevent that in the future. The company will be looking to mandate minimum RAM requirements for devices with Android 11.

  • Google wants your help to name Android N

    Google wants your help to name Android N

    After announcing a whole new slew of features of the upcoming Android 7.0 N, Google is now asking the internet to help it name the next version of the operating system. As Google I/O is currently underway, they also went to the internets and using the hashtag #nameandroidn, wants suggestions from the public.

  • Android N – what can we expect from it?

    Android N – what can we expect from it?

    Google I/O is now happening in California, and early this morning (1am Malaysian time) Google CEO Sundar Pichai took the stage and gave the opening keynote. One of the things that he mentioned was that the Android 7.0 N is now heading to Nexus phones as many more manufacturers are still updating their devices with Marshmallow. A whole slew of new features are introduced with the yet-to-be-named - in fact Google is asking for your help to name it. The list of new features looks like it can and will change Android in the near term. These are some of the upcoming features we can expect from Android 7.0 N.