Android O tipped to arrive on August 21

Android O tipped to arrive on August 21

Android O tipped to arrive on August 21

According to a report coming from AndroidPolice's David Ruddock, Google might have pushed the release of Android O for Pixel beyond the August 21 date. However, it looks that the search giant has chose to push back the launch by a few more days. Since Google has recently released the fourth and last Android O Developer Preview, it seems the now delay may not be a long one and it may release at any time.

Finally, Google has also implemented "dynamic pin muxing" for the Pi, which means pins being configured at runtime depending on what features are being used. The inclusion of an octopus as an Easter egg inside the latest Android O beta suggests Google might be ditching desserts and moving to underwater molluscs instead. Picture-in-picture mode, on the other hand, will let users watch video on top of other app windows. Android O will bring features such as app badges, revamped settings interface, snooze notifications, new emojis among other great features.

Similar to notifications in Apple iPhones, Android O-powered smartphones too will now show the notification count in top corner of the app icon.

This unconfirmed new rumor claims that the Pixel smartphones won't be getting the new Android O update in the mid-august.

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Android O will bring new limits on background location and Wi-Fi scans, saving more data than ever before. However, not all apps will be supported with this feature initially. Currently Google Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C tablet, Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphone users can get this new OS on their phones.

Earlier this month, it was reported that the Android O may debut in the second week of this month. Google recommends to developers that future IoT applications should target API 26 "to work correctly on the platform with our support libraries".

There is another feature called Copy Less which makes it easier to copy and paste in Android O by employing machine learning and computer vision.

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