Owners of smartphones and tablet devices powered by more recent versions of the Android mobile operating system have long taken full advantage of the capabilities of Google Assistant. But for some Android mobile users who are still utilizing old versions of the mobile OS, they have yet to experience what it is like to have Google’s digital assistant at their disposal.
Google has just formally introduced the latest version of its Android mobile operating system -- Android Oreo. While the whole world gets excited about what Android Oreo brings to the table, it is worth taking a look at how its last two predecessors, namely Android Nougat and Android Marshmallow, are doing.
Here is some good news for those who were planning to purchase the Nexus 5X smartphone during the holiday season but never got the chance. Google has just revealed that it is permanently lowering the price of the Android powered device by $30, which means that from its previous price of $379, the 16 gigabyte edition of the Nexus 5X can now be bought for $349. As for the 32 gigabyte edition of the Nexus 5X, its original price of $429 has now been reduced to $399
It is now nearly a month since Google has made its new Nexus 5Xavailable in the United States, and no doubt, some mobile users, especially those fans of Nexus devices, have already started getting their own Nexus 5X devices. However, some of those who have started taking pictures using the smartphone may have noticed something strange -- for some reason, the images they captured appear upside down.
Google has just released invitations for a press event happening before the end of this month, and mobile users could see the tech giant announce its latest Nexus handset and a few other new devices. Indeed, the company has already begun sending out invites to various media, basically enticing them to witness the unveiling of some new treats from Google in September 29th of this year.
The next version of Google’s Android mobile operating system now has an official name. It will be called Marshmallow. This version of the Android software was first unveiled during the tech giant’s annual I/O conference held in May earlier this year. For lack of an official name at that time, news sources and bloggers had nicknamed the system Android M.
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