What's new in Android TV Oreo update?

Dora Pope
August 29, 2017

Google took to its Indian blog to announce the new Play Protect branding for displaying certification on the packaging of Android device. Other Google products such as the Pixel C tablet, the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and the Nexus Player will also have the chance to experience the new operating system prior to the other devices in the market. Google claims that the company scans about more than 50 billion apps every day. Most major manufacturers like Samsung or LG are obviously certified by Google already, but if you're looking to buy from less well known company, looking out for that green shield on your next phone could save you a lot of trouble in the long run.

If your device is not certified, we have not ensured basic security features or apps from Google and the Play Store can work as intended.

The app has got a new makeover and also got so many new and small features which are really useful. But those are not convenient options, so here's an alternative, which works quite favourably to all Android smartphones.

The Android OREO release marks a global collaboration between the OREO brand and Google, which kicked off with the debut of the Android OREO superhero - a new character who personifies the powers of this iconic duo and the features of the new operating system.

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This modification is part of Google's fight against potentially harmful apps, also referred to as PHAs (potentially harmful apps), which put your device and data at risk and are usually found on third-party stores. You still have to download apps from the PlayStore, which become Channels after installation. With Android O, you will be warned if an app is trying to install an update, to help you identify PHAs and remove it from the device.

According to an article in BGR today, this means that "e$3 very new phone that will launch with Oreo is 'treblized, ' which means those devices will be easier to upgrade to future Android releases".

Historically, Google has named each successive Android release after sweet treats like Eclair, Ice Cream Sandwich and most recently, Nougat.

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