All About Android 381: Pie in the Sky

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22 thoughts on “All About Android 381: Pie in the Sky

  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    1st thing it's not the final product…& If you use a camera you should always shoot with manual mode…why don't you do … xz2 premium better than any other smart phone camera when shooting videography. The ultimate low light King. ..& at the same time nobody cares..

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    Essential may only have one device to put Pie on but the other companies that have many more devices also have many more resources (money and people) to update the said devices. All manufacturers should update their devices in a timely manner similar to Essential

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    I really like when they are a bit more daring with Bugdroid. I was disappointed with Marshmallow, but Oreo was cool.

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    Will you be trying a different pie each week; starting with Cherry? You could do Pumpkin pie for Fall. Sweet potato, Bean, Boston Cream pies…

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    And there are 2 Pi days a year. 3/14, and 7/22 (Europe).

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    I've noticed that the last two major updates (Oreo and Pie) pushed down after manually refreshing in settings. It is interesting.

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    For all the advertising, those shots on the Xperia ZX2 certainly look far worse than what you'd get with the Pixel 2. Heck, it's worse than OnePlus 6 and most other flagships. I probably can get better low light photos with my OnePlus 3.
    Which is not much of a surprise I guess. The entire problem with Sony phones is on the firmware/software side really. The sensor still dominates the market, but that's an entirely separate division.
    Pure speculation here, but from past experiences and how the company seems to operate, the new sensor developed is probably pretty good, if not still in a more or less beta development stage. But in order to make real good use of the hardware, Sony would need high end software and firmware development, which seems to always be lagging behind a couple of generations or so.
    Almost all of their phones since the Xperia Z3 more or less… so, half a dozen iterations already, had this problem. Latest sensor, a camera app or firmware that lacked most of the latest improvements. Then there's the other stuff… all the fingerprint sensor fracas, late to the game to adopt USB-C, a design that took too long to change, an OS/skin that is super dated, sluggish as hell updates…
    And I said this before – this won't change until Sony gives the boot on the leadership of their smartphone development leadership and director. It's one of the worst performing parts of the company, and it essencially haven't changed for years now. It's no surprise it can't compete with other brand's flagships in most markets. It's overpriced, lagging behing in several features, and it can't even do well on the one thing it needed to – the camera, as a package or experience I mean.
    I don't know why Sony doesn't act on this, perhaps because the company still kinda sells well on Japan and whatnot, or because they are stuck with whoever is leading the division, but it's been so many years this have been happening now that I'll just call it stupidity. They should have just shut down the entire thing back when speculation about this arised sometime ago… it's borderline shameful. But here's a prediction – it'll end pretty much like their Vaio brand.

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    Can someone from Twit network that keeps pushing these Android Smart Displays saying they are great tell me why I would pick those with what I see as very limited functionality over a second hand 8" or 10" android tablet that can be placed on a stand linked to a Bluetooth speaker? I have been using a couple Samsung tablets, one in my home theater and one in my kitchen performing these very same functions and more for a few years now so what suddenly makes these special?

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  • August 23, 2018 at 4:08 pm
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    Bye, bye, miss American pie
    Drove my Chevy to the levy but the levy was dry
    Them good old boys were drinking whisky and rye
    Singing this'll be the day that I die

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