Google announced the official name for Android 8.0 as “Oreo”. After six month of its first beta built for the Android version 8.0, recently given its name. Every version of Android comes with better, faster, more secure, and comes with new interesting features.

Google has been naming its Android versions after a dessert like Eclairs, Froyo, Gingerbread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat. The launch of Android O by Google has an amazing thing in itself.

Next Android version after Nougat is now named as Android Oreo and it comes with a host of new features and improvements. Android 8.0 Oreo will be hitting Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C devices in the next few weeks.

Android O is said to make apps run faster and smoother. The search giant has made changes in its runtime including new optimizations such as concurrent compacting garbage collection, code locality and more.

Top New Features In Android 8.0

1.Picture-In-Picture Mode

This mode let users perform two tasks simultaneously. They can video call or watch a video and work on a different apps in the background at the same time using this mode.

2.Notification Dots

Apple iPhone notification dots will now available in Android Oreo. The dot notification will be available in the top right corner. Users can access the notification quickly by long pressing on the app instead of pulling down the notification tray from the top and tapping on the notification to open it.

3.Autofill Features

Autofill feature in Android O help to make easy set up to a new device and synchronize passwords. However, not all apps will be supported with this feature initially.

4.New Emoji’s

Over a year and a half  the company will be rolling out newly-designed stock emojis with Android O. The new emoji set claimed to be more user-friendly.

5.Improved Battery Life

Android O will bring new limits on background location and Wi-Fi scans, saving more data than ever before. This is expected to increase battery life in a device.

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