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Google Services’ Neural Network API Updates DetailsAccording to Android Police‘s latest report, Qualcomm’s Neural Network API is one of the complex things that make parts of Android better. These updates can do these without the smartphone user even noticing it.
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Things to Expect by Android Users
Once the new Neural Network API updates arrive on Google Play Services, Android users can expect a lot of things that they can surely enjoy. Developers NDK provided the exact details of the benefits that you can receive. Here are some of them:
- Enhanced Availability (Android users can soon run the app even when there’s no WiFi signal)
- Improved Privacy (Smartphone owners can feel safer since their sensitive data will no longer leave their handsets)
- Better Latency (Android users no longer need to send a request over a network connection. On the other hand, they also don’t need to wait for a response)
- More Speed (Android fans can expect significantly faster computation than a general-purpose CPU)
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Written by: Griffin Davis