Google puts an end to the cheese-on-bun nightmare which began earlier this year, with the release of Android 8.1 (Android Oreo). Google has produced a few slightly altered sets of emojis that are exactly the way a burger, cheese and beer should look like.
The nationwide bewilderment on this bizarre combination of the burger which put the cheese right on top of the bun prompted the Google CEO Sundar Pichai to “drop everything” and fix the “issue” of the offending burger, beer, and cheese emojis.
Here’s what the previous “offensive” emoji looked like in comparison to the emojis after the company’s new update
The beer is now completely full with the foam on top instead of being half full and the line in the cheese that marks it edges does not pass the hole anymore thus giving it a more “realistic effect”, phew now that was close!
All of these changes were made possible thanks to a tweet that went viral, many people had shared their opinions regarding this in the comments, with quite a few stating that cheese does come right on top of the bun but it looks like the majority who thought the cheese comes on top of the patty wins.
I think we need to have a discussion about how Google’s burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while Apple puts it on top pic.twitter.com/PgXmCkY3Yc
— Thomas Baekdal (@baekdal) October 28, 2017
So the next time anyone has an issue with Android just make sure to tweet your concerns and Google might provide a quick fix.
Apart from this Android 8.1 facilitates support for the Visual Core image processing chip in the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, thus allowing third-party developers to have access to the camera HDR feature. The Android 8.1 is released as of yesterday and has the new “GO” edition which can be installed into low spec phones by manufacturers.
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