Emoji: Android Oreo is getting the fully redesigned emoji set, including over 60 new emoji.
Accessibility button: This redesigned button will let you quickly access from the navigation bar accessibility features, like magnification, and functionality within accessibility services, like Select to Speak.
#Solar Eclipse2017 pic.twitter.com/Lkz4q SZunu — Android (@Android) August 21, 2017 Android Instant Apps: Android Oreo will let you jump straight into new apps from your browser without needing to install them first.
pic.twitter.com/xh Q7JAp R07 — Android (@Android) August 21, 2017 As with previous Android updates, the rollout may take up to several months, depending on your handset and your mobile provider – if it comes at all.
Plus, it’s got stronger security protections and speed improvements that keep you safe and moving at lightspeed.” Android Oreo follows the release of Android Nougat last summer. This is not the first time Google has partnered with a well-known brand for its Android Software. Google's own Pixel and Nexus devices will be the first to get Android Oreo via the Android Open Source Project.
During the announcement, Google said Pixel and Nexus 5X/6P builds had “entered carrier testing”.
Picture-in-picture: one of the most significant developments in Android Oreo, this feature is focused on multitasking.
It lets you keep one app, for example, Netflix, in a small floating window while checking your email (or anything else you fancy) full-screen.
Old Android devices won't get the update, and based on past experience, not every recent device will get it either, with entry-level devices sometimes missing out.