Thanks to Google's Project Treble, expect to see more smartphones running Android 9 Pie at the end of the year than the number of handsets that were running Android Oreo at the end of 2017

Google Says All Android Pie Phones Support Project Treble; Pie Will Be on More Devices in 2018 Than Oreo in 2017

Google Says All Android Pie Phones Support Project Treble
Google Says All Android Pie Phones Support Project Treble

Only a couple of days after its Android Developer Summit, Google has declared that all gadgets propelling with Android 9 Pie or later will be Project Treble-objection. To review, the tech mammoth had propelled Project Treble a year ago with a mean to lessen the postponement of updates by OEM accomplices to Android gadgets. A noteworthy issue with the Android rendition appropriation is the moderate rollout of tweaked forms from makers to their handsets. On account of Project Treble, Google trusts Android 9 Pie will hit a greater number of gadgets before the finish of 2018 than the quantity of handsets with Android Oreo in 2017. 

In another post on Android Developers Blog, Google has given a report on the advancements in Project Treble. As made reference to, Google says every future gadget propelling with Android 9 Pie or later will be Treble-agreeable and take "full favorable position of the Treble engineering" to convey faster redesigns. Iliyan Malchev, Project Treble Architect, in the blog says, "On account of Treble, we hope to see more gadgets from OEMs running Android 9 Pie toward the finish of 2018 when contrasted with the quantity of gadgets that were running Android Oreo toward the finish of 2017." 

While Google's desires could work in Project Treble's advantage, it is fascinating to take note of that very few cell phones have embraced the most recent Android fabricate yet. According to Google's month to month Android appropriation outline for October 2018, the offer of Android cell phones running Android Pie was still under 0.1 percent. To review, the aggregate offer of Android Oreo in January 2018 remained at 0.7 percent and 0.5 percent in December 2017. 

At the as of late closed Android Developer Summit, Google exhibited the advantages of Project Treble by demonstrating a similar Generic System Image (GSI) running on gadgets from various producers. GSI is basically an unadulterated and unmodified form of Android from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), without any gadget producer or transporter customisations. In the most recent blog, the organization says that the GSI is worked from the most recent accessible AOSP source code, including the most recent bug fixes contributed by OEMs. 

"We're proceeding to take a shot at making GSI considerably more available and valuable for application engineers. For instance, the GSI could empower early access to future Android stage fabricates that you can keep running on a Treble-agreeable Android 9 gadget, so you could begin application improvement and approval before the AOSP discharge," Malchev further included.
Thanks to Google's Project Treble, expect to see more smartphones running Android 9 Pie at the end of the year than the number of handsets that were running Android Oreo at the end of 2017 Thanks to Google's Project Treble, expect to see more smartphones running Android 9 Pie at the end of the year than the number of handsets that were running Android Oreo at the end of 2017 Reviewed by RUPAM NATH on November 17, 2018 Rating: 5

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