Android Oreo Pixel launcher now available for all devices

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And one of the many reasons why most folks prefer Android over any other operating systems is the fact that Android offers users to tweak and customize it on multiple levels to their liking. In the company's official blog, Google highlights how the user is able to enjoy video chat while accessing other features of the device. Updates usually mean better and more efficient phones when it comes to system operation, but is this truly the case with Android 8.0 Oreo?

If you ever want to opt out and return to the now public version of Android, just go to the Beta Program page and click Unenroll Device. Numerous devices that have been announced to support the update are still subject to companies that have their own policy and the update will probably come to each device at different periods of time. The company tweeted today that it will update its devices to the new OS starting in the fourth quarter of 2017, starting with the U11.

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A large number of password managers available on Play Store, and there are many for desktops as well. From custom launchers and icon packs to the much more in-depth and involved theming engines of OEMs like Samsung, OnePlus, and Sony, customization options have traditionally been abundant on Android. According to Substratum's development team, an app for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P will soon be released that will allow owners to download and apply Substratum themes, so long as the aforementioned devices run Android 8.0 Oreo.

Display quality is increasingly being improved in the smartphone and tablets.

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Now, with the arrival of Android 8.0 Oreo, this feature is coming to the smartphones.

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