The OnePlus 5T is about to get even better thanks to the OxygenOS Open Beta, which is bringing Android 8.0 Oreo to the device.
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My favorite podcasting app, Pocket Casts, got a big update on Android this week, adding support for several new Oreo features.
Google has documented some of the new features we can expect in the Android 8.1 release, currently in Developer Preview.
Google has made the first Android 8.1 developer preview release available to testers with compatible devices.
In Android 8.0 Oreo, the number of ways in which you can view and deal with notifications has expanded yet again
Android 8.0 Oreo supports picture-in-picture (PIP), so you can do two things at once.
After making major changes in the previous release, Google is offering some nice notification refinements in Android 8.0 Oreo.
Thanks to its fundamentals focus, Android 8.0 Oreo is the type of update that I wish Microsoft would provide for Windows 10.
The Android 8.0 Oreo rollout has begun: Those devices that were enrolled in the beta are now receiving the update to the final version.
Google revealed today that the next major version of the Android mobile platform will be called "Oreo."
Promising a final release of the system soon, Google today released Android O Developer Preview 4.
Google announced today that it has finalized Android "O" Developer Preview 3, offering developers their first peek at the final APIs for this release.
This week, Google released Android O Developer Preview 2 as a public beta, providing us with our first peek at some interesting new features.
At its Google I/O 2017 developer conference today, Google revealed many of the major new features coming in Android "O."
With Google I/O on the horizon, Google announced that it has ended the Android "Nougat" Beta and will soon launch the Android "O" Beta
What I see so far in the Android O Developer Preview is a nice set of refinements in a variety of areas, but nothing I'd describe as major new functionality.
Last week, Google announced the Android O Developer Preview, giving us our first peek at the next major release of its dominant mobile platform.
Spring is in the air, so Google is rolling out a developer preview for its next version of Android ahead of the May beta release.