Google launches Android 8.1 Developer Preview for Pixel and Nexus devices

Google launches Android 8.1 Developer Preview for Pixel and Nexus devices

Deliveries will commence on November 1 for Pixel 2 and November 2 for Pixel 2 XL. Again, its specifications have nothing to do with the Snapdragon 835 as it is totally independent. Google will also roll-out the update over the air but the update is compatible with just Nexus and Pixel devices.

Because Google only offers two models, it's able to make a very clear value proposition with its two devices: one is bigger, one is smaller. If you don't want to go the manual way, you can enroll in the Android beta program and wait for the OTA update to automatically reach your phone.

Google is making it as easy as possible incorporate Kotlin into existing projects. The Muskie, which is a freshwater fish and is a continuation of Google's traditional naming of its new devices after marine creatures, appeared on AOSP code files.

Both the smartphones will likewise be accessible in more than 1000+ offline stores in the nation too.

Earlier this month, the HTC-made Google Pixel series of smartphones were unveiled.

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Google as also included support for OpenGL ES 3.0 in Android Emulator, an app bug reporter, proxy support in Android, and Android Emulator Quick Boot.

A new Shared memory API lets apps allocate shared memory for faster access to common data.

XML Fonts & Downloadable Fonts - If you target Android Oreo (API Level 26 and higher) for your Android app, you can now add custom fonts & downloadable fonts using XML with Android Studio 3.0. This enables hardware-accelerated inference operations on supported devices and works as a foundational layer for ML frameworks like TensorFlow Lite, Google's upcoming cross-platform ML framework for mobile. For developers, there are lot of improvements present in the latest Android build. One of the more interesting ones here includes improved targeting for low-RAM devices. In the video we have seen the Pixel 2 attracting scratches at the back easily. The API is said by Burke to be parcelable and friendly with the Android Interface Definition Language (AIDL) while exposing useful features such as removing write permissions. It supports HDR+ in this initial release.

The lead up to the launch of the 2017 Pixel handsets showed there was initially three handsets in development. This time, the app has been retouched to flaunt a relatively cleaner aesthetic than before.

The option to keep or switch off Wi-Fi during sleep has been removed in the new Android version. Google says that it will continue to improve the remaining editor features in upcoming releases, so things look to get even better down the road. You can expect stable builds of this new version to hit until December. You'll still see those notifications rather sound alerts will happen only once/second.