More intriguing, however, are claims that Google plans to design its Android P to better integrate iPhone X-like camera notches and other such sensors, which would play nicer with devices sporting ultra-thin bezels.
While Google's goal seems to be promising, an underlying issue will mean a majority of Android users may never see these new innovations for a very long time. Mark Gurman says Google expects the iPhone X-like notch, which was criticized by many, to become more popular.
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But he has struggled since, scoring just two in his last 10 league games and attracting criticism for several wasteful performances in front of goal.
If past history is anything to go by, Google will likely announced Android P with a developer preview sometime in March, with a more formal unveiling at Google I/O in May before launching the final software to users in the fall. With iPhone X, Apple designed iOS 11 and the status bar to take specific advantage of the "horns" around the notch and encouraged developers to do the same with a specific set of interface guidelines.
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Those two tenures have gone pretty differently, as Saban has won numerous national titles and Shula only had one winning season. It's likely that the Giants will draft a quarterback this spring, and Shula will work closely to develop whoever that is.
What's unlikely to change much is Android's nagging problem: Most of the billion-plus Android devices globally run outdated versions of the operating system, exposing security holes and holding back Google's newest mobile innovations. With the rise of edge-to-edge screens in the past year, companies have begun including notches that sit at the top of displays which house important sensors and the front-facing camera.
With Android already dominating the low-end smartphone market, Google is determined to beat Apple in the high-end smartphone segment. Google is also considering integrating Assistant with the search bar on the Android home screen, but these are yet to be finalised. Rumors have it that Huawei is also in the making of a device with a notch similar to the one on the iPhone X. Marshmallow's Google Now on Tap paved the way for Google Assistant, a feature that debuted on the original Pixel phone.
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It also hasn't said if there will be any other requirements - such as paying off your device entirely - before it'll be unlocked. AT&T is the strictest, requiring 60 days and an additional 14 days for old phones from which customers upgraded to new phones.