Android 8 (oreo) is Google’s new operating system. The new system will bring a number of new features from the improved reminder system to picture-in-picture support to the new emojis. The new system will bring a similar iOS Notification (equivalent to the application of the superscript). This feature will remind the user which application has a new content that can be displayed. When you long press an application icon on Android 8 (oreo) it can now display some information. This is synonymous to the 3D Touch on iOS.
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“PIP” support allows users to continue to watch a video when using other applications. In addition, the new operating system also brings a lot of Unicode 10 standard emoticons. You can see this below:
Although, Google’s own Pixel and Nexus mobile phone users can quickly upgrade to the new operating system(Android 8 (oreo), other Android users who wish to upgrade to Oreo system will need to wait for a later time. Upgrade on android devices is not as seamless as that of iPhone. Furthermore, the previous generations of Android users are still on old versions of the OS. For example, Android 7 “nougat” tcurrent user installation rate is just 13.5%. This is in spite of the fact that Android nougat has been released for almost a year. Most Android users are still using Android 5.0 Lollipop and Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which were released two or three years ago. This is in sharp contrast to the experience of iOS users.
List of Android phones that can currently Upgrade to Android 8 (oreo):
- The Nexus 5X
- Also, we have Nexus 6P
- Nexus Player
- Pixel C
- Google Pixel (Telstra, Rogers, TMO, Sprint, USCC, Project Fi)
- Also, supported is Pixel (other carriers)
- Pixel XL (Telstra, Rogers, TMO, Sprint, USCC, Project Fi)
- (Other carriers) Pixel XL