After a lot of betas, rumors, presumptions, and previews, the up-to-the-minute invention of Google, Android Oreo, has just come to the screen. Grabbing all the attention, Google organized an astral event today, in which the giant tech firm launched the latest version of operating system. Now, the new software version, Android Oreo is available for all the Android Smartphone users — just make sure your phone supports it.
Introduced as a developer preview build, the Android Oreo first rocked back in March. While, the almost confirmed developer review of the new version came boxed with superior new features such as the picture-in-picture setup and advanced notification management system, added with an innovative update to the emoji library which particularly supports Unicode 10.
Furthermore, the unique in its nature, Android Oreo will combine the support for Neighborhood Aware Networking and many other traits providing better energy management features; the credit goes to the new restrictions on the background and even the unattended tasks. The new technology of Android will enhance the functioning of your smartphones using its auto fill and speed optimization abilities.
The invention has been released but the flickering query is how many users will have the ability to install and utilize the modern operating system of Android.
Well, going with the typicalities, all the latest updates and versions of Android has to go through the gateways of the maker as well as the carrier verification before becoming active on your handset. So, Good luck!
Phone that will get Android Oreo
Meanwhile, there is a pretty concise and precise list of smartphones that are getting fuelled with the Android Oreo in the coming future, beginning with the Google’s own device, while the timing for the availability of the new OS is not confirmed for some devices.
- Pixel, Pixel C, and Pixel XL
- Nexus 5X and 6P
- Nokia’s 3, 5, 6, and 8
- OnePlus 3 and 3T. Maybe 5 as well
- HTC U1
- All the latest Samsung and Sony phones will also get the new thingie in their systems
- A bit older devices like the S7 line and the Xperia X, XZ, XA1, and their various monotonies will also get the modern OS in their setups