Finally, the latest version of Android is official now, with the official name – Android Oreo. With continuously improvement thought out the beta preview the final version is now launched. It will eventually be rolled out to smartphones, devices across the world. Except, of course, there’s the problem of Android fragmentation, which means that not all Android phones will get upgraded to Android Oreo. Many smartphones are still on Android M, which is nearly two years old, considering it was first launched in 2015.
Here are some of the Highlights
- Improved customized notifications
- More control over background running applications
- Several new keyboard features
- Improved adaptive icons
- Better cache handling
- Several new gestures
Alongside, the company also released the list of smartphones that are getting the update.
Here the list of Smartphones Getting Android Oreo update
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