Hello, world! We have arrived at the next stage of the evolution ladder of the world’s most popular mobile operating system; Android 8.0. We also now have its official name, Android Oreo; though not much surprise in the choice of name, it was widely expected Android O would be called so.
Google made this announcement on Monday, at an event in New York City. The event has a solar-eclipse theme Android.
Android Oreo features
Android O comes with a lot of new features. These features include picture-in-picture display, which will allow you to use two apps simultaneously. A new notification dots on which you can tap to see new things in apps.
Chrome browser comes with new autofill capability across all apps sparing you the trouble of remembering your logins when you switch from mobile web to app version of a site. Google prides itself for having increased battery life with this new mobile OS by supposedly killing off background processes that are not in use. The OS is also said to come with better memory management.
Android Oreo is also said to boot two …read more