Thursday, April 25, 2019
Home Tech Android Pie users complain about autonomy

Android Pie users complain about autonomy

Android Pie users complain about autonomy

Users of the latest Android OS Pie complain of poor autonomy. In an hour of waiting the smartphone loses from 10% to 20% of the battery charge.

According to users of the Android Pie OS, after the update, the operating time of a mobile device from a single battery charge was significantly reduced. In particular, smartphones on the new "OS" consume too much energy while in standby mode. According to the owners of gadgets on Android Pie, new settings lead to overruns, which are controlled by a neural network. Google already knows about the problem. The IT giant promises to solve it while preparing the next system update.

By the way, the newest ninth version of Android – Android Pie, released as a preview in March 2018, is not at all popular with owners of mobile devices. According to current data, the OS installed only 0.1% of smartphone users on Android. This indicator is even less technical error.

See also:

The network has details about the technical characteristics of the smartphone Oppo A7



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Must Read

the OECD sounds the alarm

In its latest report on the 2019 Employment Outlook, the Organization for...

John Paul White talks new LP, writing with Taylor Swift, The Civil Wars

John Paul White sure is chill.Sun drop sound, White converses in a laidback manner, in a figurative, horizontal, interviewing, between-song banter or hanging...

Sri Lanka: The number of victims of Easter attacks has been reduced by more than 100

That is more than 100 less than the previous death toll, which was 359. In a statement, the Department of Health claimed that...

The Cassowary who killed the Florida man is now for sale

Marvin Hojas, who breeds the huge birds, was killed on April 19 when one of his cassowaries attacked him after falling into the garden...