The most recent adaptation of Android is at long last out in the wild, and it's called Android Oreo, as a great many people speculated. Google, for reasons unknown, settled on the choice to uncover the new OS' name and dispatch points of interest at an occasion in New York City, corresponding with the overshadowing the previous evening.
Google has customarily named its significant Android discharges after sweet treats, beginning with Android 1.5 'Cupcake'. Android 4.4 "KitKat"" was the just a single so far to get a brand-related name, with the others being more bland, yet Oreo is such an unmistakable name for a sweet nibble beginning with "O" that Google likely didn't have whatever other decision with Android 8.0.
Android Oreo brings a number of new features to the OS, both accommodation instruments and stylish changes. For example, Android O gets another photo picture include, so you can multitask with two applications on the double utilizing drifting windows. There are likewise warning dabs on applications, similar to those you put on your home screen, that light up to demonstrate to you there's something new. Simply tap these to investigate and act instantly.
The new form likewise claims to be a more secure application stage, with Google Play Protect worked in. The OS has likewise been changed to diminish battery utilization from applications running out of sight. Also, for those of you used to talking in something besides words, the blob emoticon is presently dead. Android Oreo now has updated emoticon having their spot, and 60 new forms accessible.
Of course, you won’t actually be able to experience Android Oreo just yet. The company has officially pushed the OS out of public beta testing and onto its Android Open Source Project, meaning Google devices like the Pixel, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C will receive over-the-air updates soon.
Those already enrolled in the beta program will receive the version today. For everyone else, Google says it’s working with partners like Essential, HMD (Nokia), Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp and Sony, and they’re all scheduled to launch or upgrade devices to Android 8.0 Oreo by the end of the year.