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Last year, Android 9 Pie went into the beta cycle with 7 non-Google phones, the first time it's been done. So, what about Android Q?
We are wrapping up the year in mobile tech news from Apple's battery throttling bungle to the nightmare and adrenaline rush that was Techtober!
Only available in beta software for now, Project Treble functionality will soon roll out to all OnePlus 5 and 5T users over-the-air.
Ever since the Stagefright scandal in 2015, Google began offering up regular security patches and manufacturers tagged along very loosely.
Those three chipsets are featured on several of the non-Google phones that are eligible for the Android P beta program, which explains a lot.
The Taiwanese company's 2018 strategy is looking a little bit more complex than we had initially anticipated with three handsets and a little more robust stuff developing.
It should fast-track software updates on ASUS's end for the phone, but for ROM developers, it's two steps forward and a step back.
Graphene as a battery material has been floating around for decades, but will Samsung finally get to harnessing its power? We discuss on our show!
With or without Project Treble, the OnePlus 5T, 5, 3T and 3 will all get Android 8.1 "later." In the meantime, the 5T is shaping up like a smash hit.
By the way, some jokey joke suggestions included "Oak Tree Cookie" and "Oobleck." But there's plenty of pertinent stuff to go through.
We discuss how portable Windows 10 PCs have underwent a transformation in the past year or two on our show. Also, Android O's fragmentation magic wand!