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Three years back Google acquainted us with its new outline dialect called Material Design. It was level, graphical and bright. It was the visual change that introduced the start of another age for Android, one that concentrated less on the quick development of Android’s list of capabilities, and more on refining what as of now existed and making ready for what’s to come.

Android 8 Oreo Review:-

Much of the time, Android’s development period included retaining well known elements that appeared somewhere else, regardless of whether in producer skins, interchange launchers or by means of the custom ROM scene. More consideration was set on battery life, security, execution solidness and fine-grained client confronting control. Not as hot as an entire visual upgrade, maybe, yet limitlessly more noteworthy.Android 8.0 Oreo

Swift moves, behind the scenes

2x faster: Get started on your favourite tasks more quickly with 2x the boot speed when powering up*
*boot time as measured on Google Pixel

Background limits: Android Oreo helps minimize background activity in the apps you use least, it’s the super power you can’t even see.

Autofill: With your permission, Autofill remembers your logins to get you into your favourite apps at supersonic speed.Android 8.0 Oreo

Do two things at once, at once:-

Picture-in-Picture: Allows you to see two apps at once, it’s like having super strength and laser vision.

Dive into more apps with fewer taps:-

Notification Dots: Press the notification dots to quickly see what’s new, and easily clear them by swiping away.

Android Instant Apps: Teleport directly into new apps right from your browser, no installation needed.Android 8 Oreo Review

Peace of mind in the palm of your hand:-

Google Play Protect: Working to keep your device and data safe from misbehaving apps by scanning over 50 billion apps per day, even the ones you haven’t installed yet!

Talk about a life saver:-

Whether you’re talking, playing, working or streaming, you can feel confident about keeping your battery strong and full of life.

Express yourself in more ways than ever:-

Emoji: Share the feels with a fully redesigned emoji set, including over 60 new emoji.

Tags:- Android 8 Oreo Review, Android 8.0 Oreo.

Vishal Sharma
Obsessed with progress. Loves technology and money. Tries to walk away from the crowd than to get lost in it.

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