You can now watch the Android O live stream, officially on YouTube. Android O is scheduled to launch today, along with the full solar eclipse and the event is being live streamed to everyone from New York City at 2:40PM EST. Google has also put up a livestream of the solar eclipse that you can watch online. Google has been treating developers with Android O developer preview builds for the last 4 months, but never at once, revealed the official name of the release. This next major Android release is rumoured and (highly) expected to be called Android 8.0 Oreo (or Onion? Hehe!).
Oreo, yum! Makes perfect sense to go with the Android O release. This major release will be bringing new features like multi-window support, battery optimizations etc. We’ll do a detailed run down of the new features once the launch event is over. Android O is already confirmed for all Nokia phones and now we hope HMD Global makes that happen at the soonest.
Watch Android O Live Stream from NYC
Here is the official Android O live stream that you can watch: