What’s new in Android 8.0 Oreo?

The latest version of Android Oreo will bring some interesting changes to the platform, which is now running on 64-bit processors.

Google has also announced a new hardware platform for its Pixel devices, which will be called Pixel C, with a 6.5-inch screen.

Google is also planning to bring Android 8 to a new set of handsets later this year.

In addition to hardware improvements, the new Oreo release brings a host of new software changes, including the first-ever support for Android Pay, which allows users to pay for things online using a credit or debit card and pay with a smartphone or tablet.

Android 8 also brings support for new hardware devices, including new smartphones and tablets, as well as a number of new features and updates.

The most notable changes in Android Oreos are the support for Pixel C devices, and the first time the company is making a new chipset for Android phones.

Oreo is expected to be released on August 22, but we expect to see a lot of new hardware and software updates for Android 8 over the coming months.

The new Pixel C will be available to buy at the Google Store and the Pixel Store, but the company has also recently announced a partnership with the manufacturer to bring Pixel C to the US market.

Google’s new chipset will be based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, which has been in use in its Pixel smartphones and Pixel C tablets.

Pixel C chipsets are also available in a range of other countries, and Google will be launching Pixel C phones in China, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea this summer.

Android Oreoes also include a new software update for the Pixel phones and Pixel tablets, which brings new features to the operating system.

The Pixel C features a new fingerprint sensor and a new option for apps that can scan the front and back of a phone to check if it is unlocked.

The company also announced the launch of its Google Assistant software, which now includes more contextual voice commands.

Google says it plans to add more languages in the future, but for now, Pixel C users will get access to all of the major English-speaking languages on Android 8 and Pixel.

Google also added a new camera app to Android 8, which lets users take pictures and video.

Android 7.0 and 7.1 are the latest versions of Android that Google released to the company’s devices.

Both Oreos feature an improved camera, and Oreo also includes some improvements to the Google Search app.

Android devices running Oreo are more powerful than their predecessors, with up to 2GB of RAM and support for up to 64GB of storage.

The software is available for download for all Android devices.

The latest version of Android Oreo will bring some interesting changes to the platform, which is now running on 64-bit…