Android 8.0 Oreo is official

Google has announced the name of next version of Android and some information about the devices that will be upgraded in the coming months. Android O is  Android Oreo

Android 8.0 Oreo is official

Android Oreo is supposed to be faster, smarter and more powerful than any of the previous versions of the mobile platform. It comes with picture-in-picture and Autofill, these two features being available in the latest Developer Preview builds as well. New notification dots will now allow users to see what's new in their apps and then decide on what action to take. On top of that, Android Oreo adds fully-redesigned emojis, including no less than 60 new emoji.

Google also emphasizes the need for extra security, so Android Oreo will now come with something called Google Play Protect, which should help make the new OS more secure. More improvements to the battery usage have been implemented too, as Android Oreo is supposed to minimize unintentional overuse of battery from apps in the background.

2x faster:
Get started on your favorite tasks more quickly with 2x the boot speed when powering up*
*boot time as measured on Google Pixel

Background limits:
Android Oreo helps minimize background activity in the apps you use least, it's the superpower you can't even see.

With your permission, Autofill remembers your logins to get you into your favorite apps at supersonic speed.

Allows you to see two apps at once, it's like having super strength and laser vision.

Dive into more apps with fewer taps

Notification Dots:
Press the notification dots to quickly see what's new, and easily clear them by swiping away.

Android Instant Apps:
Teleport directly into new apps right from your browser, no installation needed.

Share the feels with a fully redesigned emoji set, including over 60 new emoji.

Android Oreo builds for Pixel, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices are now being tested by carriers and expected to be released in phases soon, along with builds for Pixel C and Nexus Player. Google announced that by the end of the year, many smartphones will receive Android 8.0 Oreo updates.

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