LG is rolling out Android Oreo to V30s in South Korea. The firm previously launched a limited beta testing program for users who, and after determining that it has optimised the new operating system enough, has released it to regular users.
The Xiaomi original Xiaomi Mi MIX, the Mi MIX 2 and Xiaomi's other bezel-less smartphones will be receiving support for navigational gestures in MIUI9. Beta testers can download and test the feature now.
While low-end Android phones don't typically get updates, HMD's Nokia 2 will be an exception. The Nokia 2 will be updated to Android 8.1, and will a receive performance boost due to Oreo's optimisations for low-powered phones.
Chrome OS will soon gain Android Parallel tasks support. With Android Parallel tasks, ChromeOS PCs will be able to have more than one Android app run in the foreground, bringing it a step closer to a "real" desktop OS.
Samsung has now brought the program to India, Germany, France, and Poland. The addition of these countries hasn’t been announced officially yet, but users in those countries have begun to receive the beta updates.
The first and second generation Google Pixel smartphones received a special feature that brings Augmented Reality Stickers to the camera's viewfinder. This is officially a Pixel exclusive, however, rooted devices can enable the feature.