This week, Google announced Android 8.1 Oreo in the form of a developer preview. This is the first follow-up version to Android 8.0 Oreo, which released publicly back in August and comes pre-loaded on some newer Android models such as Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
The Samsung Turkey software support website has released information showing that the Android 8.0 Oreo update will be arriving to selected Samsung smartphones in “early 2018.”
Google has introduced a new Android Wear beta based on this year’s Android Oreo system upgrade for mobile. The interface that will bring you beyond Android Wear 2.0, which alone still hasn’t hit everybody, brings some improvements and enhancements.
Motorola has been in the news recently over their decisions of what handsets to update to Android Oreo, and reasons why the Moto G4 was omitted from the list.
Last week, Motorola revealed who is to get Android 8.0, and who will not. There was one particular lineup, the Moto G4, that was not present on the “will be updated” list that got people criticizing. Why? Because Motorola had promised owners of the device Android Oreo a few years back. Today, the internet is exploding over it. Here’s why.
I care about Android software updates, do you? This week, we’re taking a look at Google’s progress thus far with Android 8.0 Oreo and diving a bit deeper into whether or not you should still care about platform updates.
Motorola, Lenovo’s smartphone manufacturer, has announced a list of devices set to receive Android 8.0 Oreo.
Since the arrival of Android 8.0 Oreo on Pixel and Pixel XL, an issue has plagued some Google users. Google is aware of the issue and is searching for answers to find a resolution.