All Future Smartphones Will Run Android 10

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Google’s latest version of their smartphone operating system, Android 10 was launch last month and right now it’s available for few smartphones. There are a lot of smartphone OEMs that launch smartphones with older Android versions months after the launch of a newer version. And because of these, those smartphones don’t get the latest security updates. Now Google has taken a setup for these OEMs.

XDA Developers has just announced that Google released a new regulation for all OEMs using Android, that they have to install Android 10 out of the box in those smartphones which are going to launch after 31st January. This means no OEM can launch any smartphone with Android 9 or below after 31st January. This will help users to get the latest software along with the latest security patch. Google will stop providing GMS to those OEMs who won’t follow this regulation. GMS (Google Mobile Services) is the app package by Google, which includes all their apps, Play Store, and Play Services.

So that’s all the information we have as of now. It’s a very good step by Google to provide the latest software and security patch to all upcoming smartphones. Though most of the popular OEMs usually gives the latest Android to their smartphones by a few months of release, those unpopular companies usually give older Android versions, some even give a 2-year-old Android version. For these companies, this is a very good step. Well, what are your opinions on this? Let us know in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.

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