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Ilse Jurriƫn : March 23th 2017 - 10:45 CET

Google Android O Developer Preview


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GoogleGoogle Android Oreo mobile operating system (OS) : The development of the new Android OS is in full swing. Google has already unveiled part of the name of its popular Android mobile operating system. But Android O is not the final, full name. Google always gives its Android system, the name of a delicacy, think of Android Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow and the current OS, Android Nougat. The new OS can very well be named Android Oreo. But now we wander a bit, because Google has released the Android O Developer Preview this week. This gives us a much greater understanding and answers the question; What are the new features of Google Android O?
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Google Android O Developer Preview
Based on the Developer Preview, we may conclude that Android O will be much more energy efficient than its predecessor, like Apple iOS, the new Android version will be able to better manage and limit apps that run in the background, which improves your battery life. A clear background-feature that you won't direct see on your screen, but the more you'll notice it during use. Also, Google Android Oreo will feature improved notifications. In the new version you can group notifications and alerts, that are located at the top of your screen, to your liking. Also, Google Android O will include picture-in-picture functionality, enabling users to watch a video while using another app. The picture-in-picture functionality seems to work both on the smartphone and tablet. Furthermore, an additional icon will be added on the lock screen, via the microphone icon you can access Google Assistant. It is also possible to customize the shortcuts. In addition, the audio quality will be improved thanks to Bluetooth Audio. The Android O Developer Preview is not final yet, functionalities can still be added or changed. Unfortunately it will take some more time before we will actually see the first Android O smartphone. On May 17, 2017 the three-day Google I/O 2017 will be held in California, where the new Android version is expected. Simultaneously with the launch of Google's mobile operating system the company will also introduce other products and services, including Android Wear 3.0.




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