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Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version

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Can’t you help but wonder what Google will name the next Android,
It all Started from;

  1. version 1.5 Cupcake [Android C]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 1
  2. Versionn 1.6 Donut [Android D]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 2
  3. Version 2.1 Enclair [Android E]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 3
  4. Version 2.2 Froyo [Android F]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 4
  5. Version 2.3 Gingerbread [Android G]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 5
  6. Version 3.0 Honeycomb [Android H]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 6
  7. Version 4.0 Ice-Cream Sandwich [Android I]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 7
  8. Version 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 JellyBean [Android J] Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 8
  9. Version 4.4 KitKat [Android K]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 9
  10. Version 5.0, 5.1, 5.1.1 Lollipop [Android L]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 10
  11. Version 6.0 Marshmallow [Android M]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 11
  12. Version 7.0 Nougat [Android N]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 12
  13. Version 8.0 Oreo [Android O]Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 13
  14. Version 9.0 P?????? [Android P] Speculations on the Latest Android P : A Glimpse At The Possible Names Of The Next Android Version 14

Since, Google I/O is just a few weeks away, I figured it’s a good enough time to check in on what everyone’s thinking.
These are Our Speculations;

  • Pancake
  • Peppermint
  • Pounded Yam 
  • Puff Puff ( We shouldn’t be left out of naming our android version)
    • Pie
    • Pineapple
    • Pistachio
    • Pizza
    • Popcorn
    • Popsicle
    • Potato
    • Pudding
    • Pumpkin
    • Pop Rocks
    • Pringles
    • Pez 
    • Pop-tart
    Ever since Android C was given the name Cupcake in 2009, Google has named each new release of its operating system after some kind of sweet or dessert, moving on to the next letter of the alphabet. The current version of Android is Oreo, so the next is Android P.
    It’s pretty safe to assume that a lot of those guesses — Potato, Pizza — are jokes and definitely won’t be happening. But pretty much everything else is fair game. Pie is a nice option; it even allows for some alliteration (Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie), though I’m guessing Google won’t want to go with “PP” for the new version’s initials.
    Popsicle is also a solid guess, but it’s actually a brand name, not a generic term. Google has used brand names in the past, but I don’t know that Popsicle is iconic enough to be worth the effort.
    Personally, I kind of like Pop-Tart, assuming it’s allowed to be used as a generic. I know plenty of coffee shops and bakeries sell their own pop-tarts, but it’s definitely better known as a brand name. My dad also texted me to guess “panna cotta,” which I like, and also to say that he had no idea what we were guessing.
    Android P is already available in beta to developers and chances are, we’ll learn about more consumer-facing features at Google’s I/O conference on May 8th. That’s around the time we’re likely to start seeing public betas come out, too. Google doesn’t usually announce a name for its operating system until its final public release is ready — recently in the fall — but it has started to tease options earlier in the past.
    So, what are you thinking? Let us know in the comments.

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    Top 5 Cheap Android Phones In Nigeria Below N70,000

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    Top 5 Cheap Android Phones In Nigeria Below N70,000 ( January 2019 )

    Getting an affordable smartphone with great specifications can be a very difficult task with all the different smartphones so that’s why I decided to put up this post about the top 5 cheap android phones in Nigeria below N70,000 so you can have a little glimpse of what you can get for that amount.

     

    Cheap Android Phones In Nigeria Below N70K (January 2019)

     

    1. Redmi Note 7

    top 5 cheap android smartphones in Nigeria Below N70,000 Redmi Note 7

    Xiaomi just launched the Redmi Note 7  in the entry-level to mid-range segment with incredible specifications and believe me this phone is down right affordable. If you follow up this blog you should know what the phone comes with, nevertheless I’ll still go into a little bit of what this device holds



    The Redmi Note 7 ships with a large 6.3-inch Full HD Display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood is a powerful Snapdragon 660 coupled with a 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, expandable via micro SD card. There’s also a variant with 64GB and 6GB RAM.

    The main selling point of this device is the camera. It comes with a massive 48MP Camera, at the moment, the Redmi Note 7 has no rivals in its price range.For the selfie camera you have a 13MP Camera.

    Finally, keeping the smartphone on is a massive 4000mAh capacity battery,  along with an USB Type-C port. It also supports QuickCharge 4.0. This phone is definitely one of the cheap android phones in Nigeria.

    (if the price on the link is too high, check back in a few weeks)

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    2. Xiaomi Mi Play

    top 5 cheap android smartphones in Nigeria Xiaomi Mi Play

    After Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 7, the Xiaomi Mi Play doesn’t really attract me as it used to when it was initially launched, but It’s still a good phone below the N70,000 mark.

    The Mi Play comes with a 5.8 inch Display that is still Full HD.

    Under the hood is the new MediaTek Helio P35 coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage expandable via MicroSD.

    Coming to the camera, you can find two 12MP shooters on the back, while you get an 8MP fron selfie camera.

    The battery is an impressive 3000mAh Battery.

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    3. Lenovo S5 Pro GT

    Top 5 Cheap Android Phones In Nigeria Below N70,000 ( January 2019 ) Lenovo S5 PRO GT

    The Lenovo S5 Pro GT was launched in December 2018 and is one of the most overlooked phones in the market at the moment. The S5 Pro GT comes with a powerful Snapdragon 660 processor.

    It also has of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that is expandable via microSD. The smartphone comes with a 6.2 inch Full HD Display (18:9 aspect ratio)

    At the back you get aa back camera setup with a 20MP shooter coupled with a 12MP secondary camera, the selfie camera still have the same 20MP and 8MP resolution.

    Powering this device is a 3500mAh battery. This phone is definitely one of the cheap android phones in Nigeria.

     

     

    4 Xiaomi Mi A2

     

    top 5 cheap android smartphones in Nigeria Xiaomi mI a2

    The Xiaomi Mi A2 comes with an amazing Snapdragon 660 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage (which is sadly not expandable).

    The Xiaomi Mi A2 comes with an amazing  5.99-inch display with a  FHD+ resolution along with an 18:9 aspect ratio.

    In the camera department, you get a main 12MP on the back with f/1.75 aperture and a secondary 20MP shooter with the same large lens; on the front you get a 20MP camera.

    The Xiaomi Mi A2 comes with a 3010mAh and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo

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    5. UMIDIGI F1

     

    top 5 cheap android smartphones in Nigeria Umidigi F1
    Finally, The UMIDIGI F1 Android smartphones comes with a very impressive  6.3-inch Full HD+ and 19.5:9 display and is powered by the powerful MediaTek Helio P60 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (which can be expanded via microSD).

    The smartphone ships with two rear cameras of 16MP and 8MP resolution, while at the front we have a 16MP camera for taking amazing selfies

    Also, In the battery department  the UMIDIGI F1 comes with a massive 5150mAh battery, a USB Type-C port and  also supports an incredible amount of 4G LTE networks which means it can work pretty much anywhere around the world.

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    If you have any questions. Leave a comment or mail [email protected]

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    Xiaomi Launches In Africa To Compete Against Tecno, iTel and Infinix

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    A couple of months ago Xiaomi Global Spokesman Donovan Sung made a post about their new store that launched in Spain and also asked for suggestions on where they should launch their next store and here’s what I said.

    Xiaomi Launches In Africa

    This means the expansion of Xiaomi had been on the cards for a while.



    If you have been following up Xiaomi for a  while, you would know that they tend to compete on the foreign market rather than their home country China due to the congestion.

    Now, the company is looking to take things to the next level and come to Africa.  On Sunday, Xiaomi announced the establishment of their African Regional Department and Wang Lingming (Xiaomi’s VP) was appointed as the manager of the department.

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    At the moment, in Africa we have over 1.2 billion people but the smartphone usage isn’t really too high and many people still use feature phones and because of this some phone brands don’t really do well in Africa. At the moment Transsision Holdings rules the African smartphone market with its three brands – itel, TECNO, and Infinix ranking at the very top in Africa in terms of market share.

    In 2019, the Africa will become one of  Xiaomi’s main pioneers in their international business, and their biggest rival here is Transsision Holdings.

     

    What I Think About Xiaomi Coming To Africa

    Xiaomi Redmi

    Xiaomi has everything it takes to succeed in Africa especially if it starts off with its recently established Redmi Brand. Redmi already have one of the core features that is missing in all the Transission brands – high quality specs at a low price. You can see how successful the Redmi Note 7 has been so far and we can guess how much the price would have been if it was a Transission product.

    Transsision basically takes advantage of the mid-range and low-end smartphone market which is a strong competitive ground for Xiaomi. I believe this would also boost competition among the two brands.

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    Windows 10 Mobile Is Dead As Microsoft Officially Ends Support For Phones

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    Windows 10 Mobile is Dead

    The support for Windows 10 phones have just ended.

    Windows 10 Mobile is Dead

    Although It’s very sad to see the Operating system go out of fashion, there’s nothing we can do about it. Microsoft has already confirmed that it is officially killing off support for the OS. I actually knew this would happen at some point but I didn’t know it would be this soon.



    Windows 10 Mobile is Dead

    So if you’re still using a Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile phone, you have less than a year to upgrade to something else preferably an Android Phone.

    Windows 10 Mobile Is Dead

    Windows 10 Mobile is Dead

    Microsoft has already published a support page detailing Windows 10 Mobile’s upcoming End of Support.

    According to the company, Windows 10 Mobile users are no longer eligible to receive updates, including security updates, from December 10, 2019. Devices that are running Windows 10 Mobile version 1703 will no longer receive support even earlier — on June 11th, 2019.

    So immediately it gets to the end of support date some of the features on the device will slowly stop working and Microsoft won’t do anything about it.  Automatic or manual device backups will end on March 10, 2020.

    With this notice, Microsoft just hit the final nail on the coffin of it’s mobile operating system

    Alternative Option For Windows 10 Mobile

    “Microsoft’s mission statement to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more, compels us to support our Mobile apps on those platforms and devices,” the company said, recommending users to move to an Android or iOS device.

    Do you still have a windows phone?

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