Everyone loves a good oreo shake, but are they going to love oreo update as much?
It seems that many great things happened during the eclipse, including the cool mobile phone cases UK markets, the customized T-shirts in the sales and the release of Android’s latest update named as “Oreo 8.0”
The users of Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X were the first ones to get the new update.
Of course, now Samsung Note 8 followed and Nokia 8 is soon expected to do the same.
On the surface, Oreo 8.0 doesn’t seem to make much of difference, but then again icebergs are much bigger under the water than they are on the surface.
When you look into it deeper, there are many changes including tangible performance, security and battery life.
Every high-end Android smartphone released next year will be operating on this new generation of Android.
But should you get it, just yet?
Who is Oreo 8.0 for?
As already mentioned, smartphones like Google Pixel and Nexus 6P already have the latest update at their disposal.
As for the other smartphones, it is majorly dependent on the manufacturer (not like you can get it from a mobile phone accessories wholesale)
All the premium Android smartphones are surely in line for the new Oreo 8.0, but it can’t be said just yet as to how soon they will get it.
Samsung, for instance, is infamous in this regard.
It is known to delay the update as late as six months or so.
But sooner or later all smartphones will get the updates.
Are there any deal breakers?
Before you deal with the release itself, is there anything that should prevent you from getting the Android Oreo 8.0?
Nothing major, but there might be a few bugs or so that you want to watch out.
After the initial release of the update, a few bugs were reported, most of which have been fixed.
There have been some Bluetooth problems and some problem with the picture-in-picture not starting.
And if you have some apps that you cannot live without, you may want to check their compatibility with Oreo 8.0.
Most of the apps should work just fine regardless of whether they have been updated for the new software or not.
So should you go for it?
The option to upgrade to Oreo 8.0 is not an option for many smartphones as yet.
But if you are in the rare position to update the software, then, by all means, go for it!
Like the high sales of wholesale phone parts, iPhone has also had a hand over Android in terms of software.
But not after Oreo 8.0.
It brings an amazing iOS-like polish to Android smartphones making it much faster and much more intuitive.
As for the edge that Android had over iOS, the notification system also gets to the next level with Android 8.0.
It may be very subtle but it has everything that Android has needed for a long time now.
It is the perfect mix innovations and long due catching up that had become necessary over the time.
As for the future, it seems that there will soon be an 8.1 upgrade with the release of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.