Android is the world’s number one Operating System, ahead of the big giants - Windows and iOS. Soon after the release of Android Nougat (also called Android N) in August 2016,
Android is now up back with yet another version, Android O.
The preview of the new OS supported devices like Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C, Nexus Player, Pixel XL and Pixel. Android O is expected to be released in August / September 2017 in UK.
As a focus point of Android O, battery life would be the main objective in this release, and improvements in this regard will come through new automatic limits imposed onto what apps can do in the background.
- Better battery life performance
- Handeling notifications
- High quality music
- Enhanced autofill feature
- Cached data
- Better navigation
With Android O, Google is making its mobile operating system more secure, modular, battery-friendly, and feature-filled than it's ever been.