Google: After January 31, all devices will be powered by Android 10

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As you may remember, last month Google launched its new mobile operating system 'Android 10'.  And some reports have revealed that Google has just announced that all the phones that will be launched after 31 January 2020 will be powered by Android 10.

 According to Google's GMS documents accessed by XDA developers, Google has made it mandatory for all smartphone makers since 31 January 2020 to use their new smartphone, Google's new mobile operating system 'Android 10'.  Will happen.

 GMS stands for Google Mobile Services.  Which is a set of Google Apps, Services and Libraries etc.  Which should be licensed by Samsung, Xiaomi, Vivo and other smartphone maker companies.

 Licensing GMS suite is important because it allows smartphone manufacturer companies to pre-install the Google Play Store and Google Play Services on their smartphones.

 It is also reported that from January 31 onwards, Google will not approve any new smartphones running Android 9.0 Pie.

 The documents also confirmed that Google will not approve any new smartphones running Android 9.0 Pie after January 31.

 While the company may launch new phones running Android 9.0 Pie, if they have approved GMS from California-based company Mountain View.

 Along with making changes related to Android 10 shipments, Google is also making it mandatory for the Android smartphone manufacturer to pre-install a digital wellbeing app with built-in parental controls on their smartphones.

 Alternatively, the smartphone manufacturer can also add its own custom digital wellbeing and parental control solutions on their smartphones.