Android Oreo also brings numerous new features such as picture-in-picture, which allows users to do two tasks simultaneously, like checking the calendar while planning a party on a Duo video call.
Android Oreo has been a rather buggy OS so far. Google doesn't count OS builds with distributions of less than 0.1 percent, meaning Oreo's absence is because it hasn't yet reached this benchmark - but that could change by next month. While we can't know for sure when other flagship smartphones will receive Android 8.0 Oreo, we can be sure that it will arrive during the upcoming future. It looks like some users accidentally got an update which was named Android 7.1.2 but is actually the September 2017 Android Security Patch.
The routine of Google launches have seen the series of the "number" being very common.
A new device, believed to be the Nokia 9, has been spotted on popular benchmarking site GFXBench.
Android users have been waiting eagerly for the Oreo update with it own share of improvements and additions.
The newest version of Android - Oreo 8.0 - only started rolling out to Pixel and Nexus devices quite recently.
So does that mean it's a downgrade OTA?
The teardown, revealed that some of the developers from Google are using the Android 8.1 SDK for building apps.