Android O : Google New OS Android O On 21st March Google made available the Android O Developer Preview, and for the second time it did so ahead of its annual Google I/O Developer’s Conference. The final version will be available after summer, but if you’re can’t wait it is possible to Download Android O today on compatible devices. The Android O Developer Preview, which is ‘strictly’ not intended for daily or consumer use, At Present it is available for the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel C devices.
This Operating System is currently available for download but more features are on its way and lots of work to be done in terms of stabilization and performance, as it is still in the Starting stage. More updated developer previews will be released over the Upcoming months and more details to be revealed at the Google I/O event in May.Scroll Down Below and Check Out Android O Features, Specifications & How To Update Android O Developer Preview on compatible devices.
Android O Features & Specifications :
Better battery life: Background Limits, ensures there are automatic limits on apps running in the background. This feature will enable the smartphone users to save a lot of battery.
Picture in Picture: Android O video apps will be able to put themselves into a Picture in Picture mode so that video will still play after you switch to a different app .
Multi-display support: This one is interesting, and one of the many new features that seem aimed at both new kinds of devices and Android on Chrome OS. With this, developers will now be able to launch an activity on a remote display.
Streamlined notifications: Android O aims to solve this with its new ‘notification channels’ feature, which lets app developers group notifications together by type. This allows users to have a granular control on each channel. Ex: Users can decide how news based notifications will be displayed or how text alerts are displayed.
Keyboard navigation: Android O has introduced better keyboard support for better navigation between applications. The company in its blog said that it is “focused on building a more reliable, predictable model for ‘arrow’ and ‘tab’ navigation” for users.”
Wide-gamut colour for apps: Imaging and photo editing apps can now be tweaked to take advantage of devices that support wide colour gamut displays.
Audio improvements: With Android O, Google is introducing several new features aimed at audiophiles. Android O brings with it support for high-quality audio codecs such as LDAC.Additionally, Google is also introducing AAudio – a new native API for applications needing support for high-performance, low-latency audio.
These are the most interesting new features on the Google Android O. But, Google has also introduced many smaller new features, and details about them can be found on the Android Developer’s blog.
Check Out How to download and Install Android O?
At Present The Android O Developer Preview can run on only certain Google devices. Those devices are Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel C, Google Nexus 6P, Google Nexus 5X, Nexus Player.
To download Android O you will need to manually Download the software to your device, but be warned that this will remove all data from the device. You can download the file for your supported device from the Google Developer’s site here.
The Android O public beta is expected to be unveiled at the upcoming Google I/O event from May 17 to 19. It could be named after a sweet in all probability like in the case of Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat used in the past. And it won’t come as a surprise if it’s named after Oreo, Orange or Oatcake.
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