Google’s new Android O with 7 features that will blow your mind away :- After launching the Android Nougat last year, Google has now the tendency of announcing newer Android systems unexpectedly. The company will be continuing the year-old tradition as they recently published the developer preview of the Android O ahead of the event.
This new version is available for the official Android Emulator and can be installed on Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C tablet, Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.
Top seven features in the upcoming Android O:
- Battery Life: The tech giant – Google has put in extra effort into improving the battery life through the new and latest Android O. The new system automatically limits background app activity to help conserve power.
- Multi-display support: While using or looking at another app, users will now be able to watch a video in another aap. New Android O provides users with the ability to launch an activity using its latest multi-display support.
- Notifications: Android users can now have a tidier set of notifications by sorting them out into channels.
- Media Player: MediaPlayer in Android O includes new methods implementing these new features – fine-grained control when seeking to a frame, the ability o playback DRM-protected material, the ability to improve performance by controlling buffering behaviour. Listening to music through wireless headphones with the new Audio API is the kind of experience that receives a significant boost with the latest update.
- Adaptive icons: Google’s new Android O introduces adaptive launcher icons. The adaptive launcher icons can display a variety of shapes across different device models.
- Keyboard navigation: In the new and latest Google’s Android O, the company focused on building a more reliable, predictable model for arrow and tab navigation that aids both developers and end users.
- Wide-gamut color for apps: Android developers of imaging apps can now take advantage of new devices that have a wide-gamut color capable display. To display wide gamut images, apps will need to enable a flag in their manifest (per activity) and load bitmaps with an embedded wide color profile (AdobeRGB, Pro Photo RGB, DCI-P3, etc.).