Google and Qualcomm have partnered for Project Treble, to guarantee assist 4 Android OS variations (launch and three new variations) and 4 years of safety updates on upcoming Android 11 telephones with Snapdragon SoCs. Google launched Project Treble in 2017 to allow sooner Android updates from telephone manufactures. The search large introduced its partnership with Qualcomm by way of an official weblog publish on the Android developer discussion board. This will take impact with Qualcomm SoCs that launch with Android 11 and later.
Google is working with Qualcomm to enable for sooner Android updates from manufactures, which has been the USP of Project Treble. The consequence of this partnership is that Android telephones with Snapdragon chipsets may get 4 Android OS variations (launch model + three updates) and 4 years of safety updates, rising the life cycle of upcoming telephones and making certain safety enhancements for an extended length.
“All Qualcomm customers will be able to take advantage of this stability to further lower both the costs of upgrades as well as launches and can now support their devices for longer periods of time,” the official blog post on the Android developer discussion board states.
Google can also be reusing the identical OS framework software program throughout a number of Qualcomm chipsets to allow sooner Android updates, by reducing the quantity of OS framework and vendor implementation combos that Qualcomm has to assist throughout its cellular platforms.
According to a report, Snapdragon 888-powered telephones would be the first to assist 4 Android OS variations and 4 years of safety updates. The article additionally says that the identical can be carried out for telephones with lower-tier Snapdragon chipsets sooner or later.
The new Snapdragon 888 SoC is anticipated to debut with the Mi 11. Rumours counsel that the Samsung Galaxy S21 collection and Oppo Find X3 Pro will even be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC.
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