We are heading into that time of the year when excitement about the next Android operating system gradually increases. And right on cue, Google gave a sneak peek of Android O at the upcoming Android at the Google I/O developer conference—this will power Android phones, tablets, Android TVs and Android Wear watches.
Instead of going for a complete overhaul this time around, the Android O operating system will be more about subtle improvements, tweaks under the hood and better overall performance. Anyone who was expecting a complete visual overhaul will be disappointed—but to expect that with every Android iteration annually would anyway be asking for a bit too much.
Interestingly, the critical but not too glamorous improvements that Google is making with Android O, have been categorized as "vitals". And these changes will go a long way in making your smartphone experience feel slicker, faster, less resource hungry and genuinely smarter.