Android 8.0 Oreo is Now Official: Lots of New Features Included

It’s finally here. The new Android 8.0 Oreo has officially been launched by Google. Google Pixel and Pixel XL owners will be the first ones to be able to receive the update to the latest version of Android. When powering up the boot time, get started on your favorite tasks quickly with 2x the boot speed when powering up boot time. There are tons of new features in Android Oreo and it’s faster than ever.

HMD Global has promised that they will keep their smartphones fully updated and currently HMD are keeping their promise to Nokia fans. It is very much expected that Nokia 8 will get Android 8.0 very soon. From their budget trio, Nokia 3, 5 and 6, the Nokia 6 is very much on the top of the line for Android 8.0 but there is no official news yet on when that will happen.

Android 8.0 Oreo

Android 8.0 Oreo New Features

Android O is 2x times faster than its previous versions. You can do multi-tasking with more speed without any lag on it. Another great feature is the autofill. With it, your smartphone will save your usernames and email addresses for any app for quicker sign in. With your permission, Autofill remembers your logins to quickly get you into your favorite apps. And with Android 8.0, you can now do two things at a time aka picture-in-picture mode. Like video calling your friend and checking your email at a time.

Google has introduced a new feature called “Notification Dots” which allows you to access the news apps quickly. The Android instant app system allows you to jump directly to new apps right from your browser and the great thing is that there is no installation needed.

Your data and the device is more safe as Android 8.0 scans more than 50 billion apps to keep your device more safe and secure. It’s called “Google Play Protect”. Several improvements have been made for battery optimizations as well, which means, Android 8.0 Oreo is very light weight and use less power from the phone.

Nokia fans just have to wait for the official announcement from HMD regarding Android 8.0 on Nokia smartphones.