Google announced today that it would unveil Android O on Monday, 21st August 2017.
Although Google deleted the video it posted, many were quick enough to grab a screenshot before it disappeared. Android O succeeds the company's current-generation mobile OS, Android Nougat. While it hasn't been confirmed, I suspect we will also learn the nickname of Android O on this date and probably get a launch date as well. Let us know in the comments. Again, most Cardboard apps are free and offer compact experiences, so you might as well sample the buffet of VR options. There's also improved notifications on board. Users can also long press on the apps for shortcuts. This is expected to increase battery life and free up more RAM in a device. Thankfully, Google allowed beta testers to try the developer preview of it and we already have an idea of what type of features it will offer. However, not all apps will be supported with this feature initially.
Google has been working a lot to make their search easy for users and to provide what they are actually looking for rather than low quality content that is spammed with keywords.
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The new operating system Android O (8.0) will be presented to the public on August 21.
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