Android 8.0 Oreo is official, starts rollout out to devices ars_ab.settitle(1141655)
- Author: Essie Rivera Aug 22, 2017,
Aug 22, 2017, 0:23
Indeed, people today can search for just about anything, and a related video would materialize on Google's search engine. Imagine a news app with different categories for its notifications, which you can turn on and off in the Android settings.
After a lot of speculation surrounding the official name for the next Android OS, it seems that Google itself may have just spilled the (jelly) beans on the name of Android O, and it's not Oatmeal Cookie, it's Oreo. Currently, this feature was rolled out for Android users and hoping to see Google video previews feature on other platforms as well.
Samsung typically keeps its devices updated with new features for two years though it usually extends bug fixes and security patches to devices beyond the two year mark.
New Android O will provide more battery to smartphone users. this kind of changes allows developers to make apps that have the least effect on the user's phone and battery. However, we will know for sure on August 21. Developers have to enable Instant Apps as a feature for their apps and then users will be able to use them.
On August 21st, a solar eclipse will sweep across the entire United States for the first time since 1918.
The next version of Android will feature redesigned list of emojis.
By the end of the year, meanwhile, a variety of Android device makers are expected to have Oreo updates for their devices.
Notification channels have been introduced on Android O. This feature creates new application categories for notifications. That update, which was previously thought to be "Key Lime Pie", launched Android-branded candy bars, which were sold in a handful of countries, including the U.S., Japan, and UK.
The new operating system name continues Google's tradition of naming its Android updates after candies. Google has already made improvements to boot times in Android Nougat, but with Android O, it is making things faster and better.
Project Treble is perhaps the most important change in Android O, but it's not coming to most existing devices.