Google introduces Project Treble to solve Android update woes

Updates are far and away the biggest concern with Android as a mobile operating system, and anything that’s not a Nexus or Pixel struggles to get the latest version of Android in a timely manner. Some manufacturers are better than others, but there’s almost no device maker that pushes out brand new OS updates within a week of it being publicly available.

Huawei wants to dethrone the Galaxy Note 7 with exploding wall chargers

Phones, accessories, and pretty much all electronics ever are bound to have issues, however small. Most manufacturers deal with faulty batteries, QC issues, and other small mishaps with every new launch of every product they offer, and for the most part, they all handle it pretty professionally and avoid any particularly negative coverage. Huawei, on the other hand, apparently needs a new PR team.

This alleged benchmark test for Google’s Taimen, a new Pixel, indicates a Snapdragon 835 is on-board

It’s pretty obvious that Google plans on using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 for its 2017 phones. Most flagships released from here on out will have it. But, if you needed unofficial confirmation, we have that for you. Results from a benchmark test for Taimen, one member from the upcoming trio, leaked online. The results tell us exactly what processor is present, how fast the component can operate, and which version of Android is running.