Google has always been the surprise creator for ages and it never fails to disappoint its users by ensuring transparency and user friendly technology. Even if the newly launched product is comparatively complicated to use, Google simplifies the whole process by creating tutorials.
For the past few months, Google was not completely transparent about their recent launch that is the next version of Android. After being proposed with several unconventional names, it was simply named O. The latest news through a live stream has revealed that Google has finally renamed the Android O as Android 8.0 Oreo.
For the next chapter of Android, Google came up with the name of Oreo so as to provide a sweet experience to its users as the renown chocolate does with its users as well. It was a wise move to announce the name on the same day US experienced a solar eclipse. It is the second time which involved a commercial partnership as for version 4.4 KitKat, Google paired up with Nestle.
Usage and Availability
Few users who had earlier installed the beta version of Android O received the Oreo updates automatically in their systems. Android 8.0 Oreo will be also available for Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Google Pixel C, Google Pixel XL and many more. Google promises its users that this version of the app will be most powerful and user friendly of all with multiple advantages.
A new version is always expected to come up with new features and programs. The basic features being picture-in-picture and auto-fill. Apart from this, this version has enhanced security measures adaptable in every challenging situation.
The most striking feature of Android 8.0 Oreo is its strong security protection measures. Even if cyber hacking is being tried on such systems, this recent version of android will shield them all to protect the device. Apart from this, speed is one of the attractive features of this software and it brings support for Android instant apps which allow direct teleporting into new apps avoiding the regular installation procedure. Last but not the least, Android Oreo brings fully re-designed and attractive emoticons.
On a wider perspective, Google has announced that towards the end of this year, Android Oreo will be available for other devices such as HTC, HMD Global, Motorola, LG and many more. However there is a news stated by Blackberry that Android Oreo will be available for its Key-one but this information is yet to be confirmed by the Google authorities which creates an arena of anticipation throughout the world.