Google recently launched the final, official version of Android 8.0 Oreo, the latest iteration of the company’s flagship mobile operating system. That version came with some minor changes like tabbed view for the settings menu, app shortcuts, etc.
The good news, however, is that Samsung may already be working on a custom version of Android 8.0 Oreo for both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ (and probably the Galaxy S9, too). These small features made Android 7.0 more stable. While this is not something unexpected now we have some actual proof for it.
Another praise worthy feature of the Android Oreo is the Rescue Party, which helps the device to recover from constant bootloops. Those are two of Samsung’s most powerful phones (coming in just behind the new Galaxy Note 8), and are widely regarded are some of the best Android handsets available right now.
The teardown, revealed that some of the developers from Google are using the Android 8.1 SDK for building apps.
You’ll need to Unlock Bootloader and Install TWRP Custom Recovery in-order to Install the LineageOS 15 Android 8.0 Oreo Rom on Moto G5 Plus Potter.
Again, the Bisto smart headphones (being work in progress) by Google would be found in the notification message, denoting the headphones’ battery level.
And there is also a brand new icon for the search feature of Google Lens. Once fully convinced that the there are no bugs and glitches that might harm the smooth functioning of the smartphone and only then Samsung will deploy the update en masse via OTA (Over-The-Air) before the end of December 2017.