Here, we have everything about Android O also known as Android oreo, that you might like to know. So, if you have any questions about Android Oreo then, here you will find the answer to all of them. Android O is now in the picture, Well not in actual, but the second developer preview, the first public beta has now been released depicting what Google is doing with the Android for past year and what can be expected on its release.
Google has announced that the full version of this Android O can be expected in the late summers of 2017, but for now the launch of beta can be installed easily.
Note – Where the full version is planned to hit the market in the late summers of 2017 there the Pixel 2 with more interesting features is planned for release in October.
Know What’s New in Android O
In this section, we will initiate the discussion with all the changes that are expected in the Android O version and, while we list all those updates we will also enlighten you with some interesting feature that Android O is equipped with.
First Developer Preview
With the first developer preview out in the market, we have observed some very interesting modifications that will ponder upon the big impacts for developers and the level of apps they can build. Begining with the new exciting ways of using the fonts and icons, it has been installed with the better way to deliver the professional level audio along with the impeccable ways of connecting with the others for operations such as head-to-head gaming and even local social applications.
Second Developer Preview
Where first developer preview brought amazing and mind-boggling features on the table, there, the second developer preview of Android O added the notification badges, picture-in-picture support along with the autofill support. Not only this but in the second developer preview came the smart text selection and TensorFlow Lite that improved the apps by enabling them with the machine learning integration.
With these two developer previews, we have seen how interesting this Android O is going to be and with the third one coming with the fixed bugs and few new features and finalized Android O, android oreo for developers is out in the line with the fourth, that is considered as the Release Candidate, free from all damning bugs.
Should You Install the Android O Developer Preview
Coming to the next big question that must be in your heads, Should I or Should I not install the Android O developer preview? Well! Why not. Now that we have the fourth Android developer preview, and the third public beta, the release is considered to be the release candidate and is considered safe for everyday use. Not only the developers can update their applications to support the latest Android Oreo APIs, but all the users now can expect a very stable experience using the old and new apps.
Which Devices can Install the Android O Developer Preview
Well standing ahead is the next question: Is my Device eligible for installing the new Android O Developer Preview? This new Android O is availed to all the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C, and Nexus Player. Also, make sure that it is not mandatory that all these devices will get the new Android Oreo, as recently we have acquainted that Nexus 5 that was not on the list was loaded with the developer preview for Android 7.
Also, with a number of formalities pending like the licensing and the software versioning, you might be able to see the software on your device but it won’t mean that it will be official.
How to install Android O Beta on your Device?
Now the only standing question remains- How do I Install this Android O version on my device? Well! here is the answer to this question. With the launch of Google Android O, Beta now, you can install it easily on your device. The best part is you won’t have to go through the command lines or the Android SDK, but all it will need is the brief set of instructions and you can also jump back to the previous version if you want to.
Android O will be named Android Oreo (Probably)
Although the name has not been officially announced, yet, it is a high probability that Android O will be named Android Oreo. As of now, it is appearing like Google will crack a deal with the Nabisco, the manufacturer of Oreo and name the new android version Oreo as it did with the Android 4.4 KitKat with Nestle. So, till now, the name is stated as Android O, but we are soon expecting it to be named Android Oreo by Google.
Source – Android Central
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