The newest Android OS update called Android O and named officially Android 8.0 Oreo is arriving soon. Android Nougat updates are not still set up fully to all the devices yet Google is releasing the latest OS upgrade Oreo or officially called Android 8.0.
The Release Date of Android O 8.0?
Although it is not oficially announced when will Android 8 be released, it is estimated that it is not before September 2017 for sure.
What is the name of the update?
The version of the OS is a sure thing that Android 8.0 but Google did not confirm yet if the name will be O o Oreo .
What is the upcoming Android update?
While many people were still waiting for Nougat updates, Google did not wait for it and released a brand new update called Oreo o O for Android 8.0 but there are still people who are addicted to these technological updates and can not wait to see the upcoming updated version of Android which will probably named as Android Go. For details about it, we will be writing another detailed article as soon as we have the related information of the release dates, features of the update etc.
For now, we want to continue giving you information about the actual update Nougat and the newest one Oreo 🙂
In the first days of March Google released the preleminary version of Android O for its own devices Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Nexus Player respectively and the preinstallation was enabled for Google developers only first of all for them to analyze the technical problems and fix them if necessary before Oreo is released to everybody else, common people.
What Are the Features of Android 8.0 | O or Oreo?
As soon as we have got the enough information, we will be updating this section.
What are the Main Differences Between Nougat 7.0 Update and Android 8.0 O?
A comparasion table will be added to this section for analyzing the most important differences between Nougat and Oreo.
Devices to Receive The Update of Android 8.0?
Google’s own devices already received the beta version of 8.0 but many more high-end smart devices and mid-range and low-end devices will also be getting the update of Android O which we will be listing soon.