Every one of us gets frustrated with text selection on Android occasionally.
Android users will no longer have to download and install third-party printer plugins on their mobile phones, as the latest version of Google's mobile operating system is set to introduce a native default print service that is created to do its task independently. In fact, as is the case with the previous versions of world's most popular mobile software, it will take a few weeks, or even months, before Android 8.0 gains a foothold in the market.
Of all the smartphones getting Android Oreo update, these two devices have to be on the top. Now Google has introduced its successor Android Oreo a few days earlier. All the three phone are eligible for the update and htc take no time to announce that.
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Expect nearly instant Android updates thanks to Project Troble, a coding initiative added to the new operating system that will ensure your apps and device functionalities are updated faster. So if you are a Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL users then you will get the Android Oreo Update.
In its blog post, Google also mentioned that it was working closely with its partners, with Essential, General Mobile, HMD Global (which owns Nokia), Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp, and Sony scheduled to release of upgrade their devices to the new Android version within the year. The timeline for the update, however, hasn't been provided yet but we can expect it to arrive in the next quarter. Apart from this Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 will also get the update soon. Th upcoming phone of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will also get Android Oreo update.
So now you HTC U11, HTC U Ultra, and HTC 10 owners can rest easy knowing that an update to Android Oreo is in your future. The company turned the beloved cookie into a superhero based on the familiar Android robot logo. But that doesn't mean you wouldn't want to be kept abreast of when your smartphone gets Android Oreo. Essentially they'll need to declare upfront that they could request permission to be able to install apps from Android's Package Installer.