Google’s new Android O with 7 features that will blow your mind away

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:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Notifications: Android users can now have a tidier set of notifications by sorting them out into channels.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.).