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Android Next Version is Here The Name is Android Pie

Android Next Version is Here The Name is Android Pie

The stable version of Android 9 Pie was officially released on Tuesday for the Google Pixel/XL and the Google Pixel 2/XL. On the same date, Essential rolled out the Android Pie update for the Essential Phone. The OnePlus 6 is currently on Android Pie beta 3, while the Nokia 7 Plusjust received Android Pie beta 4. An alpha build of Android Pie has leaked for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, and we should be receiving more news soon for other smartphones eligible for the Android P beta program.
On the other hand, companies like Samsung, Huawei, LG, and HTC didn’t participate in the Android Pie beta program. HTC has now revealed which of its phones will receive the Android Pie update.
HTC has confirmed via Twitter that the company will roll out Android Pie updates for the HTC U11, HTC U11+, the Android One variant of the HTC U11 Life, and the company’s current flagship, the HTC U12+. The company states that time frames for the update roll-out will b…

LinkedIn Brings Voice Messaging to Android And iOS App

LinkedIn Brings Voice Messaging to Android And iOS App


LinkedIn is letting users communicate with contacts by recording and sending voice messages of up to a minute long. According to LinkedIn, the function has been developed to help people communicate more quickly and easily, as rather than writing out a long text, they can simply record their voice, whether for giving an in-depth explanation or responding while multitasking, for example. 
The voice message system could also be used instead of traditional phone calls, which can be more intrusive since users can listen to messages and reply at their convenience.
The voice messaging system is easy to use. Simply tap the microphone icon in the mobile messaging keyboard, then tap and hold the record button that appears onscreen and release your finger to send. To cancel the message before sending, slide your finger away from the icon while holding it down.

Samsung Seen to Delay Android Oreo Updates

Samsung Seen to Delay Android Oreo Updates for Galaxy A, Galaxy C, Galaxy J Models



Samsung appears to be planning on releasing the Android Oreo update for some Galaxy A, Galaxy C, and Galaxy J models only in December. Specifically, the Galaxy A9 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, Galaxy C9 Pro, Galaxy J7 (2017), and Galaxy J7 Neo as well as the Galaxy On5 (2016), Galaxy On7 (2016), and Galaxy On7 (2018) models will see this delay. The company earlier this month did seed the Oreo update to Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018).
However, the same list has the Galaxy A9 Pro (2016), Galaxy C7 Pro, Galaxy C9 Pro, Galaxy J7 (2017), Galaxy J7 Neo, Galaxy On5 (2016), Galaxy On7 (2016), and Galaxy On7 (2018) that are scheduled to receive the new software version in December.