How to get Android Oreo now, if you have a compatible device

Posted August 22, 2017

At the moment the OS is in beta testing and in late June released the fourth version of the preview firmware.

On Monday August 21, there are two big events to look forward to: the total solar eclipse, and the launch of Android O.

Google is going to release the next version of Android, now known as Android O, on August 21. Dave Burke, Android's vice president of engineering, gave some limited details about the new system in a blog post in March.

Android O will bring new limits on background location and Wi-Fi scans, saving more data than ever before. The event will be livestreamed from New York City at 2:40 p.m. PCMag will, of course, be covering the action, so stay tuned right here for all the news.

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It will begin rolling out on Android within both the Google app and the Google Chrome app now.

Meanwhile, you'll be able to watch videos while using other apps on your phone or tablet with its picture-in-picture feature. The Autofill feature helps in filling forms inside an app.

The tech giant said battery life on Android smartphones should increase with Oreo, as the software will cut down on app activity in the background. By sharing these stats, Google is encouraging developers to enable their app for Instant Apps and therefore enabled this feature for 500 million phones. The Video Previews are going to only be in the United States for now, and it will also only be in English for a short time. Google Stops the Android Nougat Update because of the Google Nexus 6 users complaints about the issues in the update.

The new leaked image that has been released recently, suggest that the Android O stands for Android Oreo. Only a handful of the devices will get it for now and later it will be spread out to all Android devices. However, through this new feature, such clickbait systems will no longer work, as users will get to see a short version of what the video actually contains without playing it. According to the Android O's webpage it will be live streaming the event from NY at 2:40 pm. which will run next to Nasa's feed on their website.