Android 8.0 Oreo: Is Now Available for Pixel and Nexus Devices

Android 8.0 Oreo: Is Now Available for Pixel and Nexus Devices :- Google draw back or pulled-off one of the best marketing stunts which are being witnessed in the entire history of the world on the last Monday. This is done by inspiring and having improvement of the solar eclipse so, post the solar eclipse it is declared to have a cool name for Android O.

The name is now somehow going viral and trending which is actually making the news. So obviously it is catching the attention of the people who are just as in love with the various kinds of gadgets or the electronic devices. The gadget Android 8.0 is now officially regarded as the Oreo, but as remarkable this may be one sad fact that till now we will fail to have the most devices anytime soon.

Android 8.0 Oreo: Is Now Available for Pixel and Nexus Devices

Except if you own a Pixel- or Nexus-branded gadget, and then you’ll have to wait a while longer afterward you can get the Oreo on your hands.

That is the point if you happen to rock one of any Google devices that can run Android 8.0, then you will come to know that the Google already posted on its Android Developers blog so that post of this episode you can download links for Oreo if you keen to see the Google devices.

As a reminder, you can run Android 8.0 anytime or right now if you own a Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, and Nexus 5 X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus Player. Google has download links till now and the links can be used for all and any type of the devices.

You need to search the link in the Google in order to grab the appropriate system image which you need to see. Instructions for manually flashing a device is available at the Android update — Oreo.

A few months ago Google introduced Android 8.0 back at I/O 2017, and post that the first Android O betas soon after that. In case you are not aware of the Android O’s brand new features, you should check and see the Google’s Oreo announcement news on the various media portals.

This news is going through all the major additions to Android, for both of the end users and developers. Google’s VP of Engineering Dave Burke, writes about the announcement, and he stated that the Google worked with various hardware makers, which includes, Essential, Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, Motorola, HMD Global Home of Nokia Phones, Samsung, Sharp, and Sony on Android Oreo and these company will be upgrading from the releases.

These companies are likely to start and launch the Oreo devices or upgrade existing ones which will be all set to happen at the end of this year.