Samsung is believed to have started work on the Android 8.0 Oreo software update for the early 2017 flagship Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones.
As the title of this article suggests, OnePlus 3 owners enrolled in the company’s closed beta group can now begin experimenting with Google’s latest overhaul, Android 8.0 Oreo.
A mere two weeks ago, Google announced Android 8.0 Oreo and released the software publicly following its annual statue unveiling at Google Headquarters. The search giant is applying some extra force, this year, to have key Android OEMs update their devices in hope to reduce the platform’s fragmentation. Early betas had been made available as well with the same goal in mind. Companies such as Sony have already confirmed which of their Android devices will be updated to Google’s latest [Read More]
Last week, Google unveiled Android 8.0 Oreo and began to release the software publicly. This year more than ever, Google is pushing Android OEMs to update their devices to the latest software build. With the help of Project Treble baked into Android 8.0, the extra push being applied by Google, and early betas for manufacturers and carriers to test their own software, it’s reasonable to expect early arrivals of Android Oreo on skinned Android devices. This week, Sony confirmed a [Read More]
Google has been teasing Android O for some time (even without a name), but the name (and statue) was finally unveiled some days back as Android Oreo. The update’s system image files were posted last week when the update began rolling out over-the-air to Pixel and select Nexus devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program. If this isn’t you, but you own a Pixel or Pixel XL, we have good news for you!
Earlier in the week, Google revealed Android 8.0 Oreo, and released the software update for a number of Nexus and Pixel devices. HTC has now confirmed that its HTC U 11, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 will be updated to Android Oreo.
The wait is finally over. Google has announced Android O, its version number, name and update information. This is not a beta we’re taking about nor a developer preview; it’s the real deal. And as expected, Google made the announcements after the solar eclipse concluded earlier today during a brief livestream event held in New York City, followed by Google’s annual statue unveiling (for each new update) in front of Googleplex on the company’s front lawn.
During the month of June, Google introduced us to the third Android O Developer Preview, inching one step closer towards a public roll out. According to Google’s timeline, the last preview build would become available in late July, and as scheduled, we now have it, the fourth and final Android O Developer Preview. The software is nearly ready for the prime time, said to roll out in August or early September. It’ll be around that time Google will hold a hardware [Read More]