We’re about to hit the quarter mark of the year and we’re already seeing a flurry of new smartphones launched.
From the Google Pixel 2 to the HTC One M9, it’s clear that Google is looking to expand its Android smartphone offerings.
We’re here to help.
Let’s get started with what’s new in Android, Android M, and Android OS updates, and how you can use Android on your Android phone to create a unique smartphone experience.
What’s newIn Android OS 8.0 Nougat and Nougate Oreo, Google has introduced some major updates to the operating system.
The major changes are: Android Nougates, which brings the latest features, most recent fixes, and performance enhancements.
Android M brings the new Android operating system to phones with a 3G or 4G connection, with features like Continuum, Google Now, and a number of other new features.
Android 8.1 Nougats also introduces a number new features, including a revamped user interface, new features for notifications, improved security features, and support for 4K video playback.
Google has also introduced a number enhancements to its Google Assistant, including new voice recognition features, new gestures, and new actions.
As for the mobile platforms, Android 7.1 has arrived with a number major improvements, including support for Android 7 (Nougat) phones running Android N (Nexus 9) and Android 8 (Oreo) phones.
It also has a number minor improvements, like support for more Android 7 devices.
In the new Google Play Store, Google is also releasing a number smaller updates that bring a lot of the same functionality to older Android devices.
For example, Android 8.3 has been updated to include the ability to remove apps from the Play Store if they’re not compatible with Android 8 or later.
The latest Android OS version, Android N, also has support for the HTC Nexus 7, HTC One X, and HTC 10.