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Android 15, Sony, and more Gemini (Android News No. 20 2024)

Android 15, Sony, and more Gemini (Android News No. 20 2024)

Google shows off the new features of Android 15 and expands significantly with artificial intelligence. These are the top Android news of the week.

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Google shows off Android 15: These new features are coming

Android 15 has been officially shown

Android 15 was demonstrated by Google during I/O 2024. What’s new in Android 15 is Private Space. You can see this as a separate profile from which you can hide apps so they are not immediately visible. You can use a PIN or fingerprint to provide additional security to the Room. Google describes the function as a digital vault where you can store apps that you don’t want everyone to see.

Also new is “Theft Detection Lock,” a feature that protects sensitive information if your smartphone is taken by someone. Google uses artificial intelligence to record when someone takes your phone from you and tries to run, bike, or drive away.

→ Android 15 has been officially introduced

New updates make your TV and Chromecast much better

Android 14 Google TV

Google has announced a major update to Android TV: the underlying operating system for many smart TVs and Chromecast with Google TV. The update is based on Android 14 and brings better performance, new accessibility options, and some AI features.

Starting with performance. According to Google, the software should feel faster and respond to inputs from the remote. In addition, different saving modes are shown. Of course, artificial intelligence also plays a role in Android TV. This is how Gemini will provide you with the best movies and series.

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→ Android 14 update for Android TV and Google TV

Sony unveils the expensive Xperia 1 VI and the compact Xperia 10 VI

The Sony Xperia 1 VI has been officially unveiled

It’s taken a while, but Sony is introducing two new smartphones. The most important is the Xperia 1 VI, the flagship of the Japanese manufacturer. The phone comes as a successor to last year’s Xperia 1 V and has the necessary improvements. Unfortunately, the suggested retail price is high 1399 euros did not change.

Like its predecessors, the Xperia 1 VI has a 6.5-inch screen, but a lot has changed. For example, the screen has a new aspect ratio of 19.5 x 9, instead of 21 x 9. This makes the screen wider than previous Xperia phones, so the device feels less cramped.

→ The Sony Xperia 1 VI and Xperia 10 VI have been officially unveiled

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is now at a huge discount + Galaxy Tab A9+

“The first real images of the Google Pixel 9 show the all-new design”

Google Pixel 9 series

According to rumors, we will see not two, but three devices in the Pixel 9 series this year. The exact names are not yet known, but the rumor mill talks about the Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro XL. Purported images of the 9 Pro have surfaced previously. The same source is now sharing photos of the rookie model and the eldest of the three.

In the image below we see the regular Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro and Pro XL. It looks like the regular Pixel 9 will have a glossy finish with matte elements, while the Pros will have a matte finish. He finishes With the sides shiny.

→ View photos of the Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pro XL

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Google I/O 2024 recap: All the new AI features at a glance

Although we secretly expected more from Google I/O 2024 in terms of hardware, the event did not disappoint in terms of software. AI was mentioned 121 times, and almost all of the new features announced were AI related.

Gemini – Google’s AI model – has received a new version that is faster, so it can analyze more processes, files and videos at once, bringing great new features. Google has been bombarding us with new AI for about two hours, so we’ll explain that in this article.

→ See the Google I/O 2024 recap