With four developer previews done, Android O may be just days away from an official release. Android might release anytime soon, thanks to four successfully concluded developer previews.
If rumors are to be trusted, Google plans to launch this update on the week of August 21st. What makes this news reliable? The fact that it comes from veteran leaker Evan Blass. He also noted that the launch will most likely start on the day of August 21st.
Android O will be available to the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, and Google Pixel C. Of course, other brands may customize this update and release it for their own devices.
Overall, the upcoming O delivers several new features like The Picture in Picture, which allows users to watch a video in a small window on the phone display while doing something else. In addition, the Android O will introduce tweaks and modifications to notifs. These include background colors and ‘snoozing’ notifications. The Android O improvements also include an autofill API, and improvements to battery life and Bluetooth audio.