Anonymous, 10 hours agoSlowly Android becomes Windowsphone, dark mode, accent colorsWindows Phone was the prettiest when it came to UI, design, animations, etc. It might not be as advanced as Android or iOS, but the OS certainly seemed to be way better than both.
- Tony montana
Anonymous, 9 hours agoI guess they are talking about OEM ROMs. MIUI, OneUI, OxygenOS, etc.Windows Phone was the prettiest when it came to UI, design, animations, etc. It might not be as advanced as Android or iOS, but the OS certainly seemed to be way better than both.
AX, 3 hours agoWhy is everything slowly turning into “bubbly?” From the first glance, he … MoreSo you want rectangles with crisp edges with block-like apps and notifications, of course I hear you. Just get a phone running minecraft OS and you’re good to go👍
Why is everything slowly turning into “bubbly?” From initial appearances, he’s an iOS aspirant. Please, please don’t. I can’t stand all these curves and curves. Even Android widgets slowly resemble the current lame iOS widgets on the home screen. NOOOOOOOON !!!!
Anonymous, 14 hours agoIt’s called Oxygen OS 🙂 well done Yes it is before oxygen bone 11
James.D, 5 hours agoBoth were extremely heavy; and TouchWiz brought my Galaxy J2 Pro to its knees.Of course, they were able to optimize the skin, which they have been doing since TouchWiz on Android 6.
It worked well on the devices I tried it on (usually flagships).
Now I understand that they were running slowly on low end devices. And they still work a bit slowly with OneUI, so it could be the hardware itself rather than the software.
GAMIRSFM, 8 hours agoI stay with OneUI, I also don’t like the flat design there. I liked the Sam E … moreBoth were extremely heavy; and TouchWiz brought my Galaxy J2 Pro to its knees.
Pumpino, 8 hours agoI never thought I would see the day when the original android would transform into MIUI, and yet people criticize … moreWith something as divisive as a user interface; there is no right or wrong answer. Also: OxygenOS was loved by the community and preferred over ColorOS, so it was sad that OnePlus is now using ColorOS.
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Anonymous, 10 hours agoSlowly Android becomes Windowsphone, dark mode, accent colorsMDR! But the iPhone also has dark mode 😅
Fanboy of all brands, 14 hours agoI like that one-handed use improves on Android, especially when the size of the phones has … moreAs a QA staff, I can assure you number one is LITERALLY impossible. NO SOFTWARE. in particular the size of a WHOPPING operating system can be bug free. ESPECIALLY when it has to work with so many platforms and configurations.
I really hope for a REDUCTION in high impact bugs and medium impact bugs. And I don’t mind having bugs that can be used as Easter eggs.
BUT BUG-FREE SOFTWARE? It will not arrive. not because google won’t. it is because it is impossible.
My question is why can’t Android have a native battery health app or feature like Android. Knowing the exact health of your battery is more important to me than themes with wallpaper that you can get by installing a launcher
Anonymous, 10 hours ago“Android lacks important features that Android had years ago” Pardon my lack of … moreThis original android still does not contain stuff seen on the phones of BBk, xiaomi, samsung, asus, sony, htc, zte etc …
This smart rotation (using the front camera to detect the face) I have had since Android 5.
dbjungle, 11 hours agoI like the fact that these polls never have a more neutral option. Android 12 looks good. I’m not … MorePrecisely and that I do not vote at all.
I’m not at all excited.
Most of the stuff I’ve served before, as always Google collects stuff from different brands and releases it in a new Android.
The scrolling screenshot I had in my Huawei Mate 20X in 2018, finally Google opens its little eyes and integrates it into its A12.
I never thought I would see the day when original Android morphs into MIUI, and yet people are criticizing BBK for merging OOS and ColorO, which involves subtle changes in comparison.
I went from wanting Android updates to praying that I didn’t get them or that the OEM didn’t incorporate too many changes that Google made. For me, OOS and RealmeUI offer a more stored look with useful features, compared to Google’s new MIUI-inspired offering.
I stay with OneUI, I also don’t like the flat design there. I liked Sam Experience UX (Android 7-8) a lot more.
And the TouchWiz design (Android 5-6) is my favorite of the bunch.
And the features were already present on Samsung phones, so I don’t see anything new in this stock version.
Anonymous, 10 hours ago“Android lacks important features that Android had years ago” Pardon my lack of … moreI guess they are talking about OEM ROMs. MIUI, OneUI, OxygenOS, etc.
Slowly Android becomes Windowsphone, dark mode, accent colors
apertotes, 10 hours agoI mean it lost some functionality along the way.Like, what features?
It’s really awesome. but i want control over the theme. that the “automatic theme” is optional if I’m not sure how to decide …
OTHER THAN THAT? “Yes please ~!”
Anonymous, 10 hours ago“Android lacks important features that Android had years ago” Pardon my lack of … moreI mean it lost some functionality along the way.