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List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Vernee Devices

Here we will list all the eligible Android 9.0 Pie Supported Vernee device (Android Pie). As we know manufacturers are still working on rolling Oreo out to customers before the end of 2018-19.

Google finally revealed the next version of Android OS called Android 9.0 Pie. The update is been rolling out to Pixel phones now. The currently supported devices are Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Google announced the Android Pie beta preview earlier this year and includes lots of new features. Google also say’s that the devices that were a part of the Android P developer preview program with brands such as Sony, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential, and more along with some Android One phones, will get the Android 9.0 Pie in the fall.

Like every Year, Google, the parent company of Android OS’s, has started rolling the Android 9 Pie stable update for Google Pixel series which includes Google Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel XL, and Pixel 2 XL on August 6, 2018. It has been nearly two months after the release of the Developer Preview, there have been thousands of positive responses from users, developers, gadget geeks, and editors, etc.

List of Android P Supported Vernee Devices

Android 9.0 Pie is the 9th iteration of the Android operating system. It is the successor to Android 8.0 Oreo. There were lots of confusion regarding the name of the 9th biggest Android OS from Google. Some expected the version to be called Android Pistacchio, Popsicle, Pineapple pie and some have already dubbed it has Pie. Well, Google finally opened the curtain and made the OS public with the name Android Pie. Android 9.0 is being carefully carved by giving touch-up to existing attributes of Android Oreo and simultaneously packing newer features.

As aforementioned, Android P Developer Preview has given the insight on how the upcoming Android P will look, work, and perform. There have been so far great responses when it comes to this new update where Google has forefronted the main aspect of privacy and security with plenty of features strengthening the virtual wall between the users and millions of potential hackers and billions of breaching events that take place across the globe. Some of the features were included in the new version are lockdown mode, unified fingerprint dialog, multi-camera API, new transitions and animations, and more.

What’s on Android 9.0 Pie?

Android 9.0 Pie

Most of the features in Android 9.0 Pie have been well-received in the beta. With the new stable version of Android Pie brings the more advanced battery management system with AI, App actions, improved text selection features which is now come with a magnifier and smart text selection, Android Dashboard also known as Digital Wellbeing and new gestural navigation system.

Features of Android 9.0 Pie:

Here is the list of top features in Android 9.0 Pie:

New Notification Panel: With Android 9 Pie, Google has completely changed the interface on the notification panel. The quick toggle button now resides inside the dark circle while date, time and carrier name have been removed. With the new notification, Google will also let you select the reply from Google’s machine learning-powered Smart Replies, which scans your messages and will suggest custom replies for you.

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iPhone X Like Notch Support: With phone screens getting bigger and bigger and bezels getting slimmer and slimmer, the smartphone manufacturers now have no room for camera, and earpieces> If you like it or not, Google has introduced Notch supports in Android 9 Pie for developers to test how their app will behave on devices with notches.

Multi-camera API: Google finally introducing the Multi-Camera API which enables developers to “create innovative features not possible with just a single camera.” Also, this feature allows every app to request multi-camera instead of the single camera.

WiFi Round-Trip-Time (RTT): This feature allows apps to receive indoor positioning data at an accuracy of 1-2 meters of your position.

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New UI for settings/quick settings: Google once again revamped the settings menu and quick settings after the Android Oreo. With the new settings UI, Google introducing new icons for each settings menu.

Power Saving: In Android Nougat, Google introduced the Doze mode which enables more battery backup while your phone is not in use. With Android Pie, Google has worked hard to bring the more advanced doze mode with App Standby, and Background Limits to further improve battery life.

Enhanced Auto-fill: Auto-Fill one of the best features which will save all your username and password. Google rolled this feature in Android Oreo and now they have improvised it with Android 9 Pie.

and more features such as:

  • New Animation/Transition
  • Pixel launcher has been improved
  • Battery saver no longer shows orange warning
  • About phone screen now shows additional info in a popup window.
  • Screenshot button in power menu
  • Text selection zoom (like iOS)
  • Battery saver can now be scheduled.
  • Do Not Disturb has been simplified down to a single mode
  • Volume buttons now control media volume by default
  • Adaptive Brightness is now much more useful as it actually changes the base brightness level
  • Hotspot can be turned off automatically if no devices are connected
  • Rotation can be locked to landscape mode

List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Vernee Devices

List of Android 9.0 Pie Supported Vernee Devices

Vernee Thor E

The Vernee Vernee Thor E is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 which is an Octa-Core Processor by Mediatek. This device has 3 GB of RAM. That being said, the device is currently running on the Android 7 Nougat and is expected to be updated to the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee M3

The Vernee M3 is another new Android Device from Vernee. The device has a 5.5 inch Full HD IPS Display. Under the hood, the Vernee M3 is powered by a  MediaTek MT6739WA chip inside along with 3 GB Of RAM and 32 GB of onboard storage. The Smartphone runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. All this is powered by a 3300 mAh capacity battery. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee M5

The Vernee M5 is also one of the latest Android Devices from the company. This device is powered by a MediaTek MT6750 which is an Octa-Core chip inside along with 4 GB of RAM. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee T3 Pro

The Vernee T3 Pro is another great device from the company, Under the hood, the device is powered by a MediaTek MT6739WA along with 3 GB of RAM and PowerVR GE8100 GPU. Under the hood, this device is powered by a 4080 mAh capacity battery. With that being said, this device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee V2 Pro

The Vernee V2 Pro is also one of the latest Android Device from Vernee. The device has a 5.99 inch Full HD IPS Display which looks pretty decent. Other specifications include MediaTek Helio P23 chip, Mali-G71 MP2 GPU and 6 GB of RAM. There is a massive 6200 mAh capacity battery powering this device. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee X1

The Vernee X1 is another great Android Device from Vernee. The device has a 6 inch Full HD IPS Display which looks pretty decent. Other specifications include MediaTek Helio P23 chip, Mali-G71 MP2 GPU and 6 GB of RAM. There is a massive 6200 mAh capacity battery powering this device. With that being said, this device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee M7

The Vernee M7 was also launched this year by the Company. The device features a 5.8 inch Full HD IPS Panel, the color looks good on the screen. Under the hood, the device is powered by a MediaTek MT6750T chip along with 4 GB of RAM and Mali-T860 MP2 GPU. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee M6

The Vernee M6 has a 5.7 inch HD IPS Panel which is decent. Under the hood, the Vernee M6 is powered by a MediaTek MT6750C chip along with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of Storage. There is a 3300 mAh capacity battery inside powering this device. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee V2

The Vernee V2 is another great Android Device from Vernee. The device has a 5.99 inch Full HD IPS Display which looks pretty decent. Other specifications include MediaTek Helio P23 chip, Mali-G71 MP2 GPU and 6 GB of RAM. There is a massive 5800mAh capacity battery powering this device. With that being said, this device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee Apollo 2

The Vernee Apollo 2 is another upcoming device from the Company. The device has a 6 inch Full HD IPS Display. Under the hood, the device is expected to have a MediaTek Helio X30 chip inside along with 6 GB of RAM and PowerVR 7XTP-MT4 GPU. With that being said, since the device is yet to be launched, we expect it to launch with Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Device is yet to be launched

Vernee Active

The Vernee Active is another great Android Device which was released by the Company recently. That being said, the device is powered by a MediaTek MT6757CD along with massive 6 GB of RAM. These specifications are quite powerful. That’s the reason why we are expecting this device to be updated to the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee Apollo 2

The Vernee Apollo 2 is not yet released by the Company. Despite this, the Smartphone has created much hype in the market. Since this device would be launched after the release of the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie, we expect it to be updated to the latest version of Android Pie as well.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee Mix 2

The Vernee Mix 2 is powered by an Octa-Core MediaTek MT6757CD processor inside. The device has a 4 GB of RAM. That being said, the device is currently running on the Android 7 Nougat and is expected to be updated to the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Vernee Thor Plus

The Vernee Thor Plus is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 chip inside. This chip is an Octa-Core chip which is clocked at 1.3 GHz processor. This device has 3 GB of RAM. This device is also expected to get the latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie.

Expected Date: Yet to be announced

Why is your smartphone not eligible to receive the Android 9 Pie update?

Actually, the answer is quite simple. Every Android version has a specific hardware requirement as well as drivers to support it. Smartphone manufacturers usually prepare their phones to support a successive Android version, however, it doesn’t mean the smartphone can support Android Marshmallow, Nougat and P combined if it’s currently running on Marshmallow. But these companies can also update their existing smartphone to support newer OS, however, it is too costly knowing the fact that companies like Samsung, LG, HTC, OnePlus, and others launch 4 to 6 smartphones every year. Thus, maintaining the older phones to sport the newer Android version isn’t economical.

To put things straight, smartphone manufacturers neglect the older versions of smartphones and instead, produce newer smartphones to support newer OS versions. If you are thinking to update to Android 9 Pie, you must note that there is a specific hardware requirement for the new OS. Also, smartphones released after early or mid-2017 and 2018 will only get the update while others will have to make their arrangements if they are too keen to use it.

What to do if your phone isn’t eligible for Android 9 Pie?

Are you using a smartphone which lacks the basic hardware required to support Android 9 Pie, then you won’t get the update right now until your phone manufacturer does something and allow your version of a smartphone to update it? But if you are among the millions of users who won’t get the update, think again because we have great news.

Custom ROMs like LineageOS 16 is based on Android 9 Pie which means, you can still use the Android 9 Pie version without the need to shell out hundreds of dollars to buy a newer smartphone. Moreover, there are plenty of custom ROMs available which you can install on your smartphone to mimic Android 9 Pie with some of them having more functionalities than the latter.

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