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The 15 Features of Android O.S 8.0 (Oreo)
The following are the 15 spotted features on Android 8.0 (Oreo).

Features of Android O.S 8.0 Oreo

1. New User Interface (UI): The user interface of the new Android O.S 8.0 received little number of changes from the Android 7.0 (Nougat) User Interface. In the beta update, new elements and little changes in the Android UI are noted.

2. New Settings: Features subtle dark gray text on an all-white background. Strangely, the side navigation menu introduced in Android Nougat is gone, but all of the various menus have been reorganized to make the Settings area as simple for newbies. 

3. Background limits: Android Oreo helps reduce the memory and power consumed by background activity.

4. Autofill: You need to permit Autofill to remember your logins details to get you into your favorite applications at supersonic speed.

5. Picture-in-Picture: Allows you to perform two activities at once, the display will be split into two, while you are streaming on youtube at the upper or left side of the screen you can be playing Asphalt 8 at the right or down side of the screen

6. Notification Dots: By touching you can see notifications quickly and what's new. In addition you can easily clear them by swiping away.

7. Instant Applications: You can directly go into new apps right from your browser, no installation needed.

8. New File Manager: Android's built-in file manager isn't the best on the market, but it's nice to have a way to browse files without having to install an additional app. Things are looking up, too, as the Files app in Android Oreo got a bit of a makeover. It still hasn't reached feature parity with apps like Solid Explorer and FX File Manager, but at the very least, it lets you view, delete, and open files. 

9. Google Play Protect: Working to keep your device and data safe from misbehaving apps by scanning over 50 billion apps per day, even the ones you haven't installed yet!

10. New Emojis: I bet you will be Exclamation  with the design of the new emoji set. Google has finally ditched the blob-shaped smiles in favor of more traditional rounded ones, and most emojis now have a gradient applied to them.

11. Project Treble: The biggest change to the foundations of Android to date: a modular architecture that makes it easier and faster for hardware makers to deliver Android updates.

12. Notification categories: More control over which notifications can appear to prevent unwanted notifications.

13. Notification snoozing: This feature allow users to hide notifications for a period of time, similar to In-box snoozing.

14. Smart Text Selection: Copying a telephone number, email address or expression doesn't generally work superbly, and you invest energy wriggling with the selection bars in the correct place. This feature simplifies the activities that require copy - pasting. Now you will be able to perceive which application is best for the chose series of characters you're working with. Another illustration included having the capacity to feature a telephone number and pop directly into the dialer.

15. Battery Saver: Android O accompanies a programmed utmost to limit application running on background. This it will keep certain applications from running down your battery and hoarding all your memory. The framework will likewise streak an identification that tells you something's running out of sight, similar to a tracker.
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