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The Android department from Google, of course, has a sense of humor: he called all his versions code names after desserts (just as Intel calls all his processors after the rivers). To celebrate the new version, the giant dessert layout that corresponds to the code name is usually delivered to the Google Campus and displayed.

So, what are the different versions of Android OS and related desserts? Let’s move on to a short story.

Android 1.0 and 1.1: Unnamed

It seems that there is no code name assigned to versions 1.0 and 1.1 of the Android OS.

Google bought a company called Android in July 2005. Android led several mobile large images, including the former head of a large operator, ex-owner of the phone and much more. After their redemption, Android went into stealth mode, and rumors spread that Google is working on a mobile phone.

In November 2007, when Google suddenly announced that it was really working on the phone (Google Phone). Moreover, they also worked on a completely new mobile operating system called Android, based on the Linux kernel, which will be used by the Open Handset Alliance, a group of 65 different hardware manufacturers, carriers and other mobile companies,

In October 2008, HTC became the first handset manufacturer to receive a real consumer phone, T-Mobile G1 (also known as HTC Dream outside the US).

Update Android version 1.1 was released in February 2009. However, the first significant version of the Android OS, which really demonstrated the power of the platform, was V1.5, codenamed “Cupcake”.

Since Cupcake starts with the letter “C”, many suspects that 1.0 has a code name beginning with “A”, and 1.1 is the beginning of “B”, but no real code names have been assigned.

Android 1.5: Cupcake

 Technically, Android 1.5 was not the first version, but the versions before that did not seem to have received codenames. The stories said it should be version 1.2, but Google decided to make it a serious revision and made it 1.5 instead. Among many changes with Cupcake, a third-party keyboard and widgets were included, and the phone could be downloaded directly to YouTube and Picasa. The company, code-named version of the “cupcake”, as the trend of dessert names began.Cupcake is a small large cake baked in a bowl shape. It is usually served with an icing on top.

Android 1.6: Donut

Android V1.6, codenamed “Donut”, was released in September 2009. He corrected the reboot errors in the OS, updated the photo and video functions (ie, the camera interface) and improved the integration of the search. He also added support for large screen sizes and is the first version to offer Google’s turn-by-turn navigation function.

Halo is a small fizzy pie. The ring is made of rich, light dough and roast. Various sweet coatings can be added. Donuts should not be mistaken for bagels, which are baked, much denser and usually salty.

Android 2.0 and 2.1: Eclair

Android 2.0 was released in October 2009 with the release of the fix (2.0.1), released in December 2009. Android 2.1 was released in January 2010. Most people consider them one version. Added features include support for Bluetooth 2.1, flash memory and digital zoom for the camera, support for multi-touch, live wallpapers and much more.

Eclairs are usually described as oblong creamy puffs. They bake cakes with cream filling and chocolate coating on top.

Android 2.2: Froyo

 

Android 2.2 basically improves speed by applying the Javascript “just in time” compiler mechanism from the Google Chrome browser. He also improved browser support by adding support for animated GIF and support for Flash 10.1 plug-ins, as well as support for a USB modem and Wi-Fi Hotspot (for those who have support equipment).

Froeau is not suitable for “frozen yogurt”. This is a frozen dessert made from yogurt, so it is slightly more acidic than mild, but also low in fat.

Android 2.2 basically improves speed by applying the Javascript “just in time” compiler mechanism from the Google Chrome browser. He also improved browser support by adding support for animated GIF and support for Flash 10.1 plug-ins, as well as support for a USB modem and Wi-Fi Hotspot (for those who have support equipment).

Froeau is not suitable for “frozen yogurt”. This is a frozen dessert made from yogurt, so it is slightly more acidic than mild, but also low in fat.

Android 2.3, 2.4: Gingerbread

The gingerbread was officially released in December 2010.

December 6, 2010, Google officially announced the first phone with Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread. The phone was the Nexus S, which Google jointly developed with Samsung. Originally the phone was only available for T-Mobile but was later made for Sprint and AT & T.

Gingerbread supports SIP-Internet call, the possibility of wireless NFC transaction (if the equipment is present), more than one camera, as well as gyroscopes and other sensors (barometers, gravimeters, and others). It also has a download manager, some settings that allow you to use on tablets, and other system-level settings for programmers.

As a dessert, gingerbread is basically a cookie with ginger. This is often done to celebrate the weekend at the end of the year in the US. The cookies are carved into festive forms, often human figures decorated with icing and sweets.

Android 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2: Honeycomb

 Honeycomb was released in February 2011, and for July and August 2011, followed quickly 3.1 and 3.2. Google has published many preliminary reviews and reviews on Honeycomb.

Honeycomb was made for tablets, which meant that Android OS 2.X was not. This did not prevent Samsung and a small number of manufacturers to extend until the end of 2010 the army of Android 2.X-tablets of different sizes, as they tried on the wave of success of the iPad during Christmas shopping.

Motorola Xoom was the first Android 3.X tablet to be released. Many others followed.

Dessert, honeycomb is a sheet of hexagonal cells of bees, built of wax and filled with honey. Fresh honeycombs can be consumed in the form of dessert – some people chew or even consume honey with honey.

Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich

Ice Cream Sandwich was an attempt by Google to synthesize Honeycomb, a platform for tablets, with a mobile platform. Released in October 2011, it showed a new design and font by default, as well as the ability to monitor and limit the use of mobile data and other updates. Many devices slowly took an ice cream sandwich. Three months after the ice cream sandwich, only one phone (Samsung Galaxy Nexus) was launched for launch.

In real life, an ice cream sandwich is a layer of ice cream, usually vanilla, sandwiched between two cookies, usually chocolate. They often have a rectangular shape.

Android 4.1: Jelly Bean

 
Jelly Bean was released in 2012. The biggest changes included Google Now, an AI helper that anticipates your needs and improves interactive notifications. Jelly Bean also allows “voice input”, a built-in mechanism for converting speech to text that does not rely on the Internet or data.

Android 4.4: KitKat

 

Google announced that Android 4.4 will be called KitKat September 3, 2013. The mother company KitKat Nestlé fully subscribed to the name of the operating system and launched an advertising campaign during the release of KitKat. Within the campaign, specially allocated Kitkat packages with Android Andy Green on the package contained a tote code that could win a new tablet of Android Nexus 7 or Google Play.

KitKat took the Google Now feature and took another step forward: “Ok, Google.” Ok Google allows people to access Google Now without even touching their phones – just verbally saying that the phrase opens an AI helper. KitKat also introduced Emoji on the Google keyboard.

Android 5.X: Lollipop

 

Android 5 is called Lollipop, and it has a completely new execution time called ART, which no longer relies on the old execution time of DALVIK (which is somewhat based on Sun / Oracle specifications). Lollipop also contains other improvements to the user interface and excellent battery life on some devices.

Android 6.X: Marshmallow

Android 6: Marshmallow has already been released for Nexus devices and is expected to soon appear on all flagship devices before the end of the year and on other devices by mid-2016.

Zephyr introduced several changes, which can have a significant impact. The application resolution model now selects (permits a specific resolution on demand), but does not refuse (everything is allowed, and then use App Ops to run individual permissions). The “Dosing” mode allows the device to enter sleep mode when idling, reducing power consumption to almost zero. Support for the fingerprint sensor is now baked in the OS, not supported by the vendor, and USB C is now fully supported. Finally, Marshmallow allows you to format a microSD card and accept it as if it were an internal memory and had the same level of internal security
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 Android 7.0: Nougat.

Android “Nugat” is the seventh major versions of the Android operating system. Initially released as an alpha test version on March 9, 2016. and later released officially on August 22, 2016, with the Nexus devices being the first to be updated.
Nougat makes notable changes to the operating system and its development platform, including the ability to simultaneously display multiple applications on the screen in split-screen mode, support for built-in response to notifications, and advanced power-saving which limits the functionality of the device after the screen has been disabled in for a certain period of time.
In addition, the platform switched to the Java environment based on OpenJDK and was supported by the Vulkan visualization API and “seamless” system updates on supported devices.
Nougat received positive reviews. The new format for receiving notifications received special praise, while the multitasking interface was seen as a positive change, but the reviewers had incompatible applications. Critics had a mixed experience in the Doze power-saving mode, but faster application settings and “tweaks” to the user interface were also considered positively.

 

Android 8.0: Oreo

Android “Oreo” Also known as Android O – the eighth major version of the mobile operating system Android. It was first released as a preliminary preview of alpha quality on March 21, 2017, and finally released for public viewing on August 21, 2017.

Sony Xperia XZ1 becomes the first device available with the preinstalled Oreo.

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