Android O is version 8.0, but we still don’t know its name

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Android O is version 8.0, but we still don’t know its name

Android O is version 8.0, but we still don’t know its name

This is a full point release in terms of features and importance.

The speculation over what Android O’s “tasty treat” nickname will be continues, but we now know that Android O will be marked as version 8.0 of the operating system. With Nougat currently topping out at Android 7.1.2, we have wondered how big of a leap Google would eventually claim Android O is — and apparently it thinks O is worthy of a full point designation.

Just looking at the initial Developer Previews and seeing fresh interface changes, tweaks to the notification system, under-the-hood performance improvements and more, you can see why Google thinks this is more of an 8.0 release rather than a 7.2 or 7.3. And this is, of course, before we see the full release later in the year where Google always holds back a handful of features to debut to consumers — the Developer Previews give you a hint, but not a view of the whole experience.

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Android O brings several changes to existing features as well as all new features. Since it first arrived in 2008, Android has been a very fluid bit of software. The mobile space is always evolving and Android has evolved along with it so it could meet the needs of people like us who use it every day.

 The second Android O Developer Preview introduces some new features and some refinements. Here’s what you need to know.

With the first developer preview of Android O, we got a glimpse of some of the new features. With the beta release we get a clearer picture of what can expect when it’s released later this year. Google also tells us that this is just a few of the things we can expect with the next version of Android.

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The version number is one more line item checked off — we’re getting close to the final release of Android O.

 

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