The Android Compatibility Definition Document (CDD) is a list of rules by Google, which Android OEMs need to follow in order to get their devices approved for Google services, which includes the Google Play. The document is released each time a new version of Android is announced, and the one for Nougat is finally here. Interestingly, Google seems to be using this to reduce the fragmentation between hardware and software, which has always been the secret sauce to the iPhone’s performance.
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