Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P Are Eligible to Download Google’s Final Android 8.0 O Developer Preview

Android 8.0 Oreo is the operating system that’s expected to completely change how Android powered smartphones function and that’s because it will bring a bunch of cool features and performance tweaks. The public version of the operating system is slated to come out when the summer officially ends (September 22nd). However, anxious Android users  and interested developers can get their hands on the fourth and final developer preview of Android 8.0 Oreo right now.

Android 8.0 Oreo Developer Preview

This is the last developer preview that Google is going to roll out and it includes a bunch of interesting tweaks. While the previous update contained all the APIs, this one is more focused towards improving the operating system’s stability. Worth mentioning is that all of the important Android SDKs, Android Emulator and tools will receive additional updates during the upcoming days.

Features

Google’s main goal was to enhance the operating system’s notification support, autofill and picture-in-picture support alongside other minor enhancements. Worth mentioning is that another great thing that this new update brings is that it optimizes operating system and app battery usage.

While this update might not be packed with innovative features it’s still very important to developers since they can test their apps and see how well they perform. Developers should try to keep in mind that Google advises them to download the latest version of Android Studio (IDE for writing Android apps).

How to Download It

If you’re wondering where can you get Google’s latest update then you should know that it’s being rolled out OTA (over the air) to people who are enlisted in Google’s Android Beta Program. In addition, the following smartphones are eligible to receive this update: Nexus Player, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel C. However, additional smartphones will be able to download Google’s latest operating system as time goes on and the public version becomes available.

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