Developers tinkering with the developer releases of Android Oreo have found evidence suggesting that Google may finally be willing to implement a powerful theming engine in stock Android, and now we have further evidence in support for this. It is highly recommended that Android users shouldn't immediately upgrade their software until the issues have been addressed, or they might just suffer the same fate as the beta testers. And now Taiwanese giant HTC has confirmed that its flagship series; the HTC U11, U Ultra, HTC 10 will be getting the Android 8.0 Oreo update. For instance, the last time when an Android update was available (last year's Android 7.0 Nougat) Samsung was one of the companies that had other priorities and it began upgrading the smartphones 5 months after Google announced the new update possibility.
As of now, few settings like the option to change the shape of icons and Google wallpapers are not seen on a few devices, hopefully, this might be rectified in the upcoming updates. The question around when other smartphone OEMs will start rolling out Android O for their devices is constantly asked, given that not every Android phone makes it to the list.More news: Record-breaking GCSE year for Markethill High
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According to Forbes, Android 8.0 Oreo has a lot to offer in terms of battery life and mobile device security. The feature enables a multitasking by allowing you to use two apps at once.
The company said in a news release, however, that it and Google will partner on a "variety of global initiatives designed to create innovative, playful experiences for both OREO and Android fans". You can download the Android Oreo Pixel Launcher 2.1 from here and install it right now on your phone.