Tag Archives: android

Touch Response on the OnePlus 6, iPhone Xs, and iPad Pro (2017)

The OnePlus 6 is a very nice Android phone (and at less than $600 it’s one of the most affordable high end phones of the year), but one thing that was bugging me was touch response time. Animations feel fast and the phone generally works quite quickly, but there was a slight disconnect between when […]

Android Updates and the Lowest Bars Possible

Android Developers Blog: An Update on Project Treble Thanks to Treble, we expect to see more devices from OEMs running Android 9 Pie at the end of 2018 as compared to the number of devices that were running Android Oreo at the end of 2017. It’s worth noting that Oreo was on 0.5% of devices […]

One Slick Android Feature

Much like iOS, Android has an app store that lets people easily download apps for their devices. The differences between the Play Store and App Store are more in execution than concept, and will be how the vast majority of people get apps. But Android also has the ability to simple install apps like you […]

OnePlus 6 Charges Fast, But Only with It’s Proprietary Charger

Note, these results seem almost too bad to be true, but replicated the results across numerous charging setups. Let me know if there is a charging brick out there that will work better. When I looked at the OnePlus 6 fast charging (don’t call it Dash Charge anymore) last week, I found it was very […]