1. Custom UI

Custom UI Is An Android Overlay Which Device Manufacturers Add Over The Stock Android Version. For Instance, Samsung TouchWiz, Xiaomi MIUI, Huawei EMUI, OnePlus Oxygen OS, etc.

The Customized UI Includes Skins, Icons, Extra Features, Apps, Added Support And Much More. While Some Incline Towards The Customized UI, Others Find It Useless And Degrading The Android Experience, Calling The Manufacturer Apps “BloatWare.”

Nevertheless, Building A New UI Takes Up A Lot Of Time.

2. Multiple Devices With Different Needs

Unlike Google Pixel, Device Makers Have An Unlimited Number Of Eligible Phones In The Cue Of Getting An Android Update. Not To Mention, The Massive Scale Of People Using It.

3. Upgrade To Our New Handset

Sometimes Manufacturers Try To Find An Easy Way Out. For Instance, If They Are Releasing Out A New Phone,  They’ll Throw In Subtle Cues To Upgrade To Their New Device — For Example, Intriguing Exchange Offers, And Exclusive Discounts.

4. Insufficient Funds

If The Device Hasn’t Played Out Well In The Sales Or Made Profits By A Huge Margin, Manufacturers Are Likely To Kill Off The Update Procedure Since Updating Millions Of Devices Requires A Lot Of Money.

Of Course, I Won’t Deny The Situation Has Improved In Recent Times  (At Least For Some Devices). Like Google Parallel Projects Android One And Android Go Which Aim To Give Pure Stock Android On Supported Devices. And Our Messiah “Project Treble.”

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Post Author: Akshay Dahale