Its about user experience: Android users switching to iPhone

PC Mag held an interesting survey surrounding the question: Why did you switch platforms (between iOS and Android)? There are countless discussions of people passionately defending one platform over the other and while we sometimes do hear about those who switch and don’t look back, this survey gives us an insight into the reasoning behind users’ switch to the other platform.

According to Mobile-Review, the Russian blog that has delivered an extensive Pixel 3 XL review well before the phone launched, the Pixel 3 will cost $649, while the Pixel 3 XL will be just $100 more expensive

Comparatively, 2018 iPhones are expected to start at $699 (6.1-inch LCD model), $899 (iPhone X successor), and $999 (“iPhone X Plus”). The Galaxy Note 9 starts at $999 and the Mate 20 Pro will also cost a pretty penny when it launches later this year.

In my opinion all features added on pixel 3xl are already adopted by iPhone in 2018 and the cost of pixel 3xl is too high.

In India, users want best features at less price (Chinese are providing this all) . Xiaomi’s new Pocophone F1, Oneplus are the best example of that. If Indian user have a choice to buy  Pixel 3XL costing around Rs. 78990 & iPhone x costing around 86,900 user will go for iPhone X.

 

 

Google Android P name leaked

Google Android P name leaked

Every year Google tries to surprise us with the name of the new version of Android version. This year will see the debut of Android P, and although Google would like to keep us guessing, it looks like an indiscretion has revealed the name ahead of time. Interestingly, this leak doesn’t come down from Mountain View, but instead a clue from Huawei.

A Huawei communication in Poland appears to have leaked the official name of Android P. It is likely to be called Android Pistachio.

The official name of Google’s upcoming Android P or Android 9 OS has been leaked. According to a report, Android Pistachio could be its official name.

The name was leaked through a Huawei customer care chat with a user in Poland.

While the person asked if his Huawei P9 Lite mini would receive Android 8.0 Oreo, the response mistakenly revealed the market name of Android P, which Google is expected to announce in the coming month, alongside the devices to which the new OS would be compatible.

A screenshot of the mail has also been shared by tech websites like BGR