Guess what one of Android developers’ biggest problems is! Well, guess what? It’s the fragmentation! And who’s fault is it? Google? Nope, the manufacturers! Just recently the latest data, the current version distribution came out and the (almost) latest version Android Oreo 8.0 was just 0.5%. This is one of 200 Android smartphones running Android Oreo?! Google can no longer be accused of doing anything about the fragmentation, the slow spread of newer Android versions.
Yes, I will really get my money together and buy this device when it has received the Oreo update, even if it is after Christmas. I’m kinda a Xiaomi fan, even if I don’t have any device by this Chinese brand. All I have from them is a cheap pair of headphones (but with an amazing quality for the price tag) and a backpack. I’m in love with the backpack! Not just, because it looks good but because it’s quite a good quality.
Since Google I/O this year we know about Android Go. An optimized system for low-end smartphones with RAM up to 1 GB. Packed with a slimmer Android version and the Go variants from all the Google apps. Google finally made it. They released the Android Lite version a.k.a Android Go. They realized their system isn’t made for the cheap phones and they need to fix this problem, because you know - not everyone wants to spend fivehundred bucks on a smartphone and not everyone can afford it.