- A virtual A/B partition structure is mandatory for smartphone makers.
- This suggests that the upcoming version of the Android will offer seamless.
- Google has made a great decision and this will be an advantage for all the users.
The search engine giant Google is making bold changes and that will make a big difference in the Android phone software department from Android 11, as the company is bringing a new implementation that suggests the upcoming version of the Android operating system will offer seamless updates. So, without wasting any time lets check out all the available information of the new setup.
A code has been spotted on the AOSP Gerrit and that says Google is now making it mandatory to set up a virtual A/B partition and that will pass the VTS and receive support for the pre-loaded applications of the Google.
With the latest setup, it enables space to save a backup system image while downloading a fresh update and the same will help a user to move back to the previous software version and that will be handy when the new update failed to install. That said, it is not the only advantage but the new setup will also enable seamless updates on the device and we expect this setup will be applicable on the devices which will run on Android 11 out of the box.
It is worth to mention that smartphone brands like HTC, LG, OnePlus, and sorry already have the A/B partitions setup but brands like Huawei and Samsung does not have this kind of setup.
Let’s wait for the arrival of Android 11 and it usually arrives in the third quarter of a year. We would like to hear your thoughts about the same in the comments section below and stay tuned with us for more interesting news.