Oreo is one of the universally loved flavors, let’s see how much loved it is a flavor of Android software.
The latest update of Android is upon us, although it is available to only some of the smartphones yet such as Google Pixel and Nexus 6P.
And as for when it will be available to other smartphones is solely dependent on the third party manufacturers.
If only you could buy update as easily as you buy wholesale phone parts from a random market.
So is this new update as tasty as it sounds?
Let’s find out.
How many times have we heard that the new update being performance improvements?
More times than you can probably remember, it is almost like a must.
But while many did not really make any improvements, Oreo does.
You can actually notice the boot time from over a minute to about 15 seconds and the apps working faster than ever.
Oreo also cleans up cache itself when it starts slowing the performance.
Who isn’t suffering at the hands of battery life?
Buying charging cables and power banks from mobile accessories wholesale in the UK because your phones can’t keep up with you.
Well, Oreo makes all that a lot better.
It has an amazing new control over how apps work in the background and the persistent apps show on the notification bar so that you can keep a check.
Cutting out app performance in the background makes up for 20% difference.
Notification Channels & Dots
This is one of the most interesting changes.
Now you can change how the notifications are seen.
Oreo bundles them up into channels, now you can decide which ones you can block, differentiate or snooze.
This can be very fun and handy feature to have.
You can also see the dots like those in iOS.
You can long press on the dots and see a preview of the alert and swipe it away without having to go all the way to main notification bar.
Picture in Picture
How long have you wished to use have YouTube work even after you close it?
Well no more, because the picture in picture allows you to use other apps while you use video apps like YouTube, Skype, etc.
They appear in a pop-up while you are free to use any other apps.
Smart Text Selection
One of the cleverest updates.
Now you can see the related apps to the selected text.
For example, if you have highlighted a number you can see your contacts, phone app, etc.
Or if there is an address you can see Google Map, etc.
Finally! A better setting menu.
Oreo reorganizes the Setting so that you don’t have to be lost in clusters but can find what you want easily.
You can beautify your phone outwardly using mobile phone cases UK markets, but if you want to see the inner beauty than Android Oreo 8.0 is your thing.