The Mountain View giant thus fulfills its promise to officially launch the new version of Android Oreo 8.1 before the year comes to an end. This is the final, stable version of your operating system. An Oreo that still remains to be more than a mirage to most users. However, it’s time to get to know the news!
Android Oreo 8.1 was released today by Google
This Android Oreo 8.1 was first released on October 25th. At the time still under the testing program for developers and programmers. There are several improvements to the notification system.
It will resolve the “notification storm” once and for all when we connect our smartphone to the Internet. It will also have several performance optimizations and of course, bug fixes. This was the first “batch” of news we got to know in the first compilation for programmers, the first developer preview.
Shortly after, with the arrival of the second developer preview , stability updates and immense bug fixes and optimizations arrived. However, this quasi-ready version brought us the “wake up” of the second processor of the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL, the Visual Core. The announcement was made by the technology giant itself.
This second processor will now be active and will help users take even better photos. It also contributes to the performance of the smartphone in everything that requires more of its graphics.
That said, as of today, Android Oreo 8.1 will come first in all Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 5X. You will arrive via OTA ( over the air ) to all these types of equipment. It will be equally accessible, in its final and stable version, for all brands, builders, and programmers.
The new features of this Android Oreo 8.1 include:
- The ” Neural Networks API (NNAPI) ” or neural network API – will provide applications with the acceleration of hardware required to effectively learn artificial intelligence or machine learning mechanisms included in our smartphones.
- Applications can now launch only one notification alert, one notification sound per second.
- Android Oro 8.1 (API level 27) adds two new features, two new constants, or operating system adaptation patterns to the hardware features of the device itself.
- We have several improvements to the autocomplete frameworks
- You can now track and monitor reports submitted by Apps (applications) to Google’s Safe Browsing engine .
And you, do you have any of these devices listed above? We will be attentive to any developments on this topic. Any question or question also leaves your feedback below in the comments.