Android Oreo 8.0 Oreo package has come on board. Following its public release on August 2017 as the Eighth update and the number 15th version, the latest Android Os version, Oreo, is steadily finding its way into more and more Android smartphones.
Just like the other older versions, Google has released the Android 8.0, but if it hasn’t gotten to you, then there are some factors you need to consider. Most of the time, your manufacturer and carrier (in case you own a carrier version) controls when your phone will get Oreo. Other factors to be considered are your specific model, your location, or if you bought the device unlocked or through a carrier.
Android 8.0 Oreo is smarter, faster, more powerful and it’s the world’s favorite cookie.
The Android 8 Oreo features
The Android 8.0 has some unique features that you would like to have a feel of.
- Redesigned settings menu
- Persistent notifications
- Adaptive icons
- Snooze notifications
- Notification channels
- Notification dots
- Wi-Fi Assistant
- Picture-in-picture mode
- Background execution limits
- Autofill API
- Project Treble
- High performance Bluetooth audio
- Android Instant Apps
Other basic Features that may interest you are:
Background limits: Android 8.0 Oreo assists to minimize background activity in the apps you use least.
Auto-fill: This feature, with your permission, remembers your logins to get you into your favorite apps at supersonic speed.
Smart text selection: Android Oreo will recognize text when you tap or select. Afterwards, it will recommend a next logical step via a suggested app.
Picture in Picture: With this feature, Android 8.0 Oreo gives you the privilege to see two apps at once.
Android Instant Apps: Go directly into new apps right from your browser. You need not to install them.
Google Play Protect: The Android 8.0 Oreo keeps your device and data safe by scanning more than a billion apps per day, including those you have not scanned.
An instant life saver: Whatever you are doing and wherever you are, you can feel confident about keeping your battery full of life.
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