As tradition abides, the new Android OS will be unveiled along with its very own statue to commemorate the launch, which will finally end the suspense as to what the new platform will officially be called.More news: Ramsey Abbey College 'extremely proud' of students
Interestingly, earlier in the day, there was a leak from the reputed leakster Evan Blass, who shared an image of what (may or may not) appears to be the future mascot of the Android's next version along with its official name. Google has promised to show off "the next release of Android and all of it's super (sweet) new powers".
According to the report, Google will arrange the live streaming of the event from NY at 02.40 EST. As Google will live stream Android O Launch Event on Monday Timed for Total Solar Eclipse. The great software update would start with the Pixel line up of smartphones. The video file named "GoogleOreo_Teaser_0817_noDroids (1).mp4" is an eclipse-themed Android O teaser. Likewise, Android Oreo will include support for Neighborhood Aware Networking and features better energy management thanks to new restrictions on background tasks. The new OS has also added new visuals and groups for the notifications. Google has already made improvements to boot times in Android Nougat, but with Android O, it is making things faster and better. The gradual rollout of Android O to Google's Beta Program, Pixel and Nexus devices could provide a closer look at how the new features stack up. Another new feature expected to Android O is picture-in-picture mode, similar to Android TV. The new update has been available for testing on Pixel and Nexus devices for most of 2017 in order to help developers get their apps ready for the update, and there are a lot of changes to take into account.
The Android O, which is also known as Android 8.0, is regarded to be the next version of Android.