In Short Hacks: Congrats! Google has introduced a new family member of its named “Android O“. And it will be going to come on your Device. We have listed all the smartphone devices that will be coming with Android Oreo 8.0 very soon! Now, the tech giant Google officially announced Android Oreo as Android 8.0 Oreo.
Since Android is the most preferred choice of smartphone users, the Android version keeps getting updated to keep its users interested. Each update in the Android version brings a whole set of new features for its users. The latest update available for Android devices is the Android 8.0 which is also known as Android Oreo. The newly added features which deserve to be mentioned are as follows:
#1. The boot speed of this version is almost twice the boot speed as compared to the previous versions.
#2. It allows minimum applications to run in the background which saves up on your battery life.
#3. Autofill is one feature which saves your login details to save your time for the next time you wish to log in.
#4. It also allows you to see two apps at a time on your screen. This feature works like a split screen on your Android device.
#5. One of the most amazing features is that you can teleport onto any application from the browser without actually installing it on your Android device.
#6. Over 60 new emojis are added so that you can express your emotions more efficiently.
#7. Along with these prominent features, many other features such as Accessibility button, Ambient screen, Deep color, Linkable files, Downloadable fonts, Notification categories, Notification snoozing, WiFi Assistant, etc are also added.
Android Oreo O Updates?
There are many devices which will be getting an Android update. Some of those Android devices are listed below.
1. Google Pixel, Nexus.
3. Coolpad Cool Play 6.
4. Samsung Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition, Galaxy Tab S3 and the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
5. Redmi Note 4
6. OnePlus 5
Google Android O 8.0 (Video | Update)
Wrap Up: This is asking you need to know about the all new Android O which is also named as Android Oreo. If you have anything to share about it then please let us know in the comments section below.