Difference Between Android 8 Oreo and Android 7 Nougat

Okechukwu Solomon June 25, 2018
Android v8 Oreo is now official and has started rolling out for some eligible Android smartphones with clear and classic features. The Android version 8 Oreo will perform more better than the Android version v7 Nougat.

The only features that will make Android 8 Oreo differ from Android 7 Nougat are the minor and major touch-ups to the interface. Many bugs have been fixed to give stability and as well, makes the phone performance more faster than Android 7 Nougat.
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Android 8 Oreo Vs Android 7 Nougat

#1. HOMESCREEN - With the help of Oreo adaptive icons features, app icon will be more streamlined and bear more similarities to one another. So, there is not much changes in the homescreen of Oreo and Nougat.

#2. NOTIFICATION SHADE AND QUICK SETTINGS - In Oreo, the notification and quick toggles shade will feature black icons against a white background. Nougat is the opposite.

#3. APP DRAWER - The app drawer of the two operating systems looks similar. We doubt that any innovative overhauls will take place this year at all.

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#4. STORAGE - The Oreo storage menu has more modern interface that looks informative and sleek. It has scored a new.

#5. SETTINGS - Majority of the menu options in the Oreo settings app have been bundled together into topic-based menu. This is not available in Nougat OS.


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Is it a joke of Google? What would be the changes in Android 9, a new logo at the startup? They may call these "CHANGES" as "Android 7.5" ver, but Android 8??

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They are the boss, so they do whatever they like.