Everyone knows that the Google has been working on the brand new model of its upcoming latest version of Android mobile operating system, which is nicknamed Android O. Now, Google officially introduced Android O as Android 8.0 Oreo.
Android O As Android 8 Oreo Ready to Launch
For several months, the tech giant Google has been engaged on the new model of its upcoming latest version of Android OS, which is named as Android O or 8 only. However, its final name has always been a mystery, but as usual, the possible names had been quickly recognized.
But, not too long ago, in a special presentation occasion, the tech giant Google finally revealed the title of its newest model of Android mobile operating system Android O. As we have always been told, this is now Android Oreo.
Google naming policy for its mobile operating system is known to everybody, so there’s nothing new category for its most used and popular mobile OS Android.
As everyone knows very well that Google always keeps its most used and popular mobile OS in the names of candy or goodies following, since Android version 1.5.
The most recent version was assigned the letter O, leaving little room for the tech giant Google. From the start the title Oreo began to be spoken and, as expected, came to be the chosen one.
Android Oreo brings many new features together with it, from Image-in-Picture, Notification dots, Autofill and Smart Text Selection. There are even hundreds of security enhancements and system optimizations.
Google has revealed that this new model will be launched for its devices in the coming days through OTA update and also with the availability of installation images.
At the same time, Google will also launch this version in AOSP, so everyone can use it and improve it, if necessary. It would even be given to partners to create their own custom-made variations for their respective mobile devices.
However, Android Oreo is finally known, the latest version of Google’s OS. It was several months of development that now culminate in this new version.
Click on here to go to the official web page of the Google’s Android 8.0 Oreo.