Because peak brightness varies too much (on mobile especially), and the UHD alliance spec for mobile has literally only been ratified for about three weeks so not all the implementations are consistent yet.
And yes, it also requires per device DRM assessment.
This won't unusual at this point in a new at standard. HLS was much more fragmented for its first year, you literally found implementations for some handsets caused others to hard lock.
You might get major OS updates quicker than from the manufacturers with a skin.So my question is, is there really any benefit anymore to stock Android vs just disabling and deleting bloat and running Nova prime?
My G6 is smooth as butter so I don't really see how there could be a noticeable improvement. Looks like stock, feels like stock. What's the difference?
Anyone have tips for selling a water damaged pixel phone? Does it generally make more sense to sell the entire unit than selling individual parts (which may or may not work because of water damage)?
Yup. I can't not use the same browser on my phone and computer. Plus I want my Google now to show me interesting articles, so I'm stuck with Chrome. Which isn't a problem.Chrome cause using something that doesn't have cloud browser sync across devices is just archaic.