During an earlier press meet, Google confirmed that they are planning to release Android O in the third quarter of 2017 and this seems to be the time. In such cases, iOS and Windows Mobile 10 start delete the cache and unnecessary service files, and new versions of Android, the developers have provided a more convenient solution.
In terms of other hardware changes, there is now also Android Things support for NXP's IoT development plartform, the SprIoT i.MX6UL. While this is not officially confirmed by Google, it is quite shocking nonetheless.
Many of you have probably been waiting for an official launch date for the Google Android O, otherwise dubbed as the Android 8.0, ever since Google released the public betas back in March. Now, when you go to take a photo with your front-facing camera, the phone's screen will fill with a bright manilla color to shine some light on your face.
First introduced at I/O in 2015, Android Things has since then become Google's main attempt at grabbing a significant chunk of the growing Internet-of-Things (IoT) market. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid and an unhealthy obsession with fixing things that aren't broken. Another possible name for Android O is Oatmeal Cookie, evidence of this has already been found inside Android's code.
The latest news comes from popular internet guy Evan Blass which is known for his authentic leaks of photographs and industry specific news. What are you guessing the name could be?
And that's at a company that promised to do no evil. Will it be named "Oreo"? It's available to anyone with Nexus and Pixel devices using Android 7.1.1 and above. Pixel and Pixel XL users were hoping for something similar this year. Google's next big operating system, Android O is going to be rolled out to all manufacturers starting on August 21.