How to install Android 8.0 Oreo Pixel Launcher 2.1 without rooting device

Android Oreo here’s what’s coming to your phone
       By Rei Padla

Android Oreo here’s what’s coming to your phone By Rei Padla

This means that companies can start customising the Android 8.0 Oreo in accordance with their device's UI styling. The company tweeted today that it will update its devices to the new OS starting in the fourth quarter of 2017, starting with the U11. What Google lacks is a ideal synchronization. Google announced Android 8.0 Oreo on August 21. It is highly recommended that Android users shouldn't immediately upgrade their software until the issues have been addressed, or they might just suffer the same fate as the beta testers.

This one is going to be a game changer, at least for smartphone makers. Google traditionally names its operating systems after sweet treats; its last system was called Nougat. As a result, releasing system updates on Android devices will become faster and easier. Numerous devices that have been announced to support the update are still subject to companies that have their own policy and the update will probably come to each device at different periods of time.

More Android Oreo cookies coming right up. The feature enables a multitasking by allowing you to use two apps at once. The Android team aims to make the new OS better so people won't have to root. This is not a new concept, but it's new for the platform.

Android Oreo has improved it and has added the ability to access notifications along with the app shortcuts. We already noted the Rescue Party for bootlooping devices, additional emojis, and the major features like Wide-gamut Color, Downloadable Fonts, In-app Shortcut Pinning, and Adaptive Icons among others. The support for color profiles largely depends on the device's manufacturer. HTC USA Twitter post has confirmed this information. An average user wouldn't care much about it, but professional photographers and graphics designers who develop or use imaging applications will be enjoying it.

Google's Android Oreo is little away from show-off, but it brings many things the Android ecosystem needed.

Besides HTC, a number of smartphone manufacturers have revealed when their offerings will get the Oreo update.

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