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Google's new Android O beta now available
It's exactly what the doctor ordered for Android. Nobody quite matches the innovation standards of the search engine giant Google and that's the reason probably why Google is Google!

It has almost become a household name now. Any requirement that we feel in our day to day lives, Google has an answer for that. It wouldn't be wrong to say that Google has become a part and parcel of any common man's life these days. Google's involvement in people's lives received a boost when they launched the new Android operating system for the mobile phones. In technological terms, that dates back to a lifetime ago!

Coming towards the new version of Android that the search giant is revealing, it appears that it has got precisely those features that today's mobile phone was craving for. Be it the battery life of a phone, the bootup time, streamlined settings menu and add to that the new picture within the picture functionality. However this new android system has new tiny little changes here and there that enhance the user functionality and give you a better visual interface without necessarily being visible.

Going a bit obvious on this that Google did not go into further details regarding the Android O's other features, which are sure to surprise us given the innovation standards of the search giant! It is probably saving that for a later part of the day when this new version of Android is finally up and running for us. Given the fact that the beta version of this has been made available, Google is still calling this as Android O Developers Preview 2. Alongside the Android O, the company also announced Android Go which is an optimised Android software for entry-level consumers on devices with up to 1GB of RAM.

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