Google Unveils Android 8.0, officially Names it ‘Oreo’

Google Unveils Android 8.0, officially Names it ‘Oreo’

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As is the tradition, Google has titled its latest Android version after a popular treat, this time as ‘Oreo’. Android 8.0 Oreo’s source code will be transferred to servers by Google specialists to the Android Open Source Project, while updates for the supported gadgets of Nexus and Pixel cellular phones are expected to arrive “soon”. The last built up will be sent to gadgets enlisted in the Android Beta Program as well. Google had announced the primary make see in March this year. The second designer review was taken off in May amid Google I/O engineer meeting. The most recent update had taken off in July. This is the second time that Android has partnered with a brand name-this time with Mondelez.   

Google’s Android Oreo adaptation brings various UI changes and new elements. Google says the new cycle essentially lessens the boot time. Google has likewise attempted to upgrade optimization for applications that keep running out of sight applications constantly. The organization is urging designers to utilize its new operations that guarantee that applications running in the background don’t hamper the general execution. Picture-in-Picture feature enables allows users to view videos on the device while perusing other applications. Oreo now provides more options to customize notifications as well. There are now an extended number of emojis, and full compatibility with Emoji 5.0 version. The update also supports Bluetooth 5.0, enabling brisker file transfer between devices.