Android Pie comes with plenty of new features and enhancements which aim to deliver an even better user experience than Nougat. In this article, we take a look at our favorite Android 9 Pie features.
Android 9.0 Pie
After Google launched Android 9.0 Pie to its lineup of devices, Android manufacturers are starting to unveil which of their own handsets will be getting the new software as well.
Earlier this week, HTC officially confirmed which of its devices it plans on upgrading to Android 9.0 Pie, and now Motorola has done the same.
The Android 9.0 Pie has broken the fast charging functionality on the original Pixel XL. There are numerous reports from original Pixel XL owners on various online forums about fast charging being broken on their device.
Just a couple of days after Google officially released the Android 9.0 Pie update and pushed its source code to AOSP, Nokia seems to have started rolling out the update for its mid-range handset, the Nokia 7 Plus.
Hot on the heels of Google announcing the release of Android 9.0 Pie for its Pixel devices, Essential has announced that it is also rolling out the latest version of Android to the PH-1. The Essential Phone might not have exactly topped the sales chart but the company has still ensured that it updates the device with the latest security update or Android version soon after Google.
Google today announced that it has started rolling out the final version of Android P to its compatible Pixel devices. It has also revealed that Android P will be referred to as Android 9.0 Pie.