Let's talk a little about the operating systems of the market. At this moment you are entering a store to see what your next investment sees Android and iPhone smartphones.
Windows has died, I am sorry for those who still believe in the operating system. It was, was, finite. Microsoft could not win developers and smartphones without applications are called mobile phones.
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So we have two major systems left. We have iOS on iPhone and Android devices in every option. Samsung, Huawei, Google, LG … There are hundreds of brands on the market that create Android smartphones and it is certain that the number will continue to grow.
But the Android world is not quite right. Although you have customizations to say enough and apps galore, market fragmentation is worrisome. Manufacturers make little money in upgrading operating systems. Alright, the audience is pleased. However, they are giving one more reason not to buy a new smartphone.
Nokia, BQ and Xiaomi already offer smartphones with Android One
Google knows this is a problem and has started implementing Treble on all Android Oreo 8.1 smartphones. In one simple way, Treble allows manufacturers to update Android core files. Manufacturers (OEMs) then need to update their entire Interface to bring security updates and basic functionality of the new system to Android.
This means that next year we'll see more and more smartphones with Treble. Whether from well-known brands or OEM's from China.
But it's not Treble I come to talk about. I want to express my opinion on Android One. This new system will completely change the world of Android smartphones in the near future.
So far few brands have given Google system customization. BQ has always played simply, Nokia has entered the market with the same ideology and beyond … Little more.
I'm fed up with cleaners that no one uses or needs!
In 2017 we saw brands like Xiaomi give "One" a try. To the surprise of many it was, and is, a success. Users are fed up with bullshit User Interfaces. They are fed up with having a slow smartphone and no updates. They are fed up with running cleaner applications that do nothing and cannot uninstall.
After the success of the Mi A1 many manufacturers will get on the boat. Nokia already launches all its smartphones with this system, BQ as well. It has now been mentioned that Asus will enter the battle and Xiaomi will continue the list with the Mi A2.
If you're like me and you're fed up with manufacturers forgetting about you and wanting to sell more and more, don't worry because the party is ending.
Most important of all. Users love Android One smartphones. And how should they not like it? No bullshit, no messy, unappealing interfaces. Android One will change smartphones with Google's operating system over the next few years and couldn't be happier.
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