What Is Project Treble On Android And How Does It Work

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What Is Project Treble On Android And How Does It Work

For many of you, Project Treble is a new Word.

But if you are an android user then you must know about it.

If you have or if you buy a new Android device which is not a Nexus or Pixel device and not with android version 8.0 and above then you will not sure to get ‘Android P’ in your device.

Or even if you are able to get the new software upgrade then this is sure that your phone has not Project Treble support.

And one more thing that you already know that how much you have to wait for a new software upgrade.

And in most of the cases, the company does not provide the latest Software Upgrade to you.

So, for shooting out all these problems regarding Android software update and upgrade, Google Android announced the new architecture for Android OS named Project Treble.

Google introduced Project Treble with Android O that will bring faster Android updates. So, we tell you what is Project Treble and how Project Treble.

Let’s know something about-

Project Treble.

Project Treble is a major re-architecture in the way Android works.

Under this architecture, you will be able to get the latest android update quickly.

This was announced in may 2017 in Google I/O 2017.

Let’s know –

How previous android architecture works?

As you all know that every year android releases a new Android OS in beta and after some days they released the stable version.

And after the release, Google share the source code to the different smartphone manufacturers and even in the public too.

After getting the source code by a smartphone manufacturer company, they give the same code to the chipset manufacturer to implement the code according to the hardware in the smartphone. Such as Qualcomm, MediaTek, etc.

Now when the chip-set manufacturer changes the code according to the hardware in the smartphone, now its time to do some changes by the smartphone manufacturer.

Like –

Samsung gives TouchWiz UI, Asus Zenfone gives Zen UI, etc.

As you all know that there are a very few manufacturers who provide us stock OS or looking like Stock OS.

And who provides Stock like OS, they roll out quicker updates in compare to own UI.

So, this was the very long process and that’s why it takes much more time to give OTA update to the customer.

And also it costs a lot for the manufacturer too.


How Project Treble Works?

Treble works much faster than the previous architecture because the process is too short than the previous one.

Here the smartphone manufacturer only needs to implement some codes itself.

Now the smartphone manufacturer no need to give the OS code to the chipset manufacturer.

And just because of this reason now the android manufacturer rolls out the new Android version faster than ever.



Which smartphone brand do you use? And do you think that your smartphone would be upgraded to Project Treble?

Please let me know in the comment section below.

Friends, Project Treble will be very beneficial for us.

After this new architecture rolls out, it will be going to be very beneficial for all the customers.

After this update, you can also be upgraded your smartphone to the latest versions.

I think you all know about IOS devices.

Whenever Apple releases a new version of IOS, they give the update to all the smartphone even the smartphone is 5 or 6 years old.

So, if Android also do something like this then it will be the best news for every Android Users.

So, hope you will understand all about Project Treble On Android And How Does It Work.

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