ANDROID PIE UPDATE: HTC, SONY, HUAWEI COMMIT

Every new Android version kicks off two guessing games. The first is at the start of the development cycle when users try to guess which sweet dessert the release will be named after. The second is when the final version is finally formally launched. That's when users start guessing when and if their precious smartphone is actually eligible for the … Continue reading

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