Some of the New Features of Android 8.0 Oreo
Google's recent mobile operating system has got a major upgrade with the release of Android 8.0 Oreo, but still, a majority of people are still using previous Nogut which is certainly one of the best upgrades yet. Nevertheless, you might wonder about what's coming next, and why you should update your device to Android Oreo version. 

If you have Samsung Galaxy S8 or OnePlus 5, you would already have received Oreo update free, but for those who are using other devices, here are some of the new key features you should consider Android 8.0 Oreo a super hit. 

Here are some of the new features.

# Revamped Setting Menu which is much simpler and easy for navigation.

# The redesigned File manager will keep your data intact and easy to find all the time. 

# Upgraded Battery saving background restrictions will help you keep your device run for longer hours.

# You can now snooze individual notifications.

# By requesting extra permissions, your favorite apps will get fingerprint gesture functionality and Google took it to a whole new level.

# Set your Wi-fi to turn on automatically at your selected places.

# Storage control is now more productive and easily accessible for various type of content.

# Oreo's new picture-in-picture mode will keep you doing various tasks while you watch video simultaneously in a split window.

# New battery menu will help you manage your battery settings more effectively.

# Google Chrome's Autofill system is now enabled in Oreo operating too.

# Oreo's new Rescue Party feature will save your time by auto setting those repeatedly rebooting apps and crashes.

# Control various types of notifications with new Notification Channels.

# New Adaptive Icons are seriously cool looking.

# Newly added Hi-Fi Bluetooth codes will help your smartphone boost those sound quality for compatible Bluetooth devices such as from brands like Sony, Nokia, Bose etc.

# Not even Chromebook, your Android-based TV box or a pair of Bluetooth keyboard is much likely to work with an extra ease with Oreo's improved Arrow key and Tab navigation.

# The pixel launcher App drawer is seriously cool. Just swipe in any direction to control apps. 

# Many smartphones still don't support wide color gamut profiles such as AbodeRGB or Pro Photo RGB, but Oreo largely improves this features to support on most of the new devices. 

# New Feature Wi-Fi Aware will help users connect to various wi-fi networks available within range without having to connect individually. This will allow some real-world applications such as Android Beam file transfer, Apple AirPlay-like functionality to work privately and smoothly. 

# A newly added "Unread" badges on the home screen will help users stay notified all the time. 

# Latest Oreo wipes out previous 'Unknown Sources' from settings. Now you will have to ensure what app you are installing. The system will assume that you are already trusting the app which you would like to install.

# New smart text selection will help users quickly copy things they want to paste somewhere else, whether it is text in links or in paragraphs, it's pretty easy now.

# New overlay sticky notifications will help users always know what apps running behind the screen.

# And yes, new operating system welcomes new Emojis too!
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