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Android is expected to start rolling out from early or mid-August
to all compatible devices, but likely to first land the Pixel and Pixel XL. Loads
of immaculate new features to coming to users.

One of the least important, but still useful areas in which
Android O will vary from Nougat will be the all the major and minor ways the
interface will differ in.
Obviously, a repudiation is due: the comparison below is matching
the existing Android Nougat build with Developer Preview 3 of Android O, which
means that the former can tentatively score a lot of changes in its final
release a couple of weeks from now.
1. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Home screen
Few changes on the home screen so far. With the official
release of Android O, app icons should become more streamlined and bear more
similarities to one another thanks to O’s Adaptive Icons feature.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
2. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Notification shade and quick settings
Dark is out and white is in… Sadly! The notification/quick
toggles shade in Android O will feature black icons against a white background,
whereas Android Nougat did the complete opposite.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
3. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – App drawer
So far, it looks like the app drawers of the two Android
releases look similar to one another. We doubt that any ground-breaking
overhauls will take place at all this year.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
4. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Google Assistant
Once again, few changes in-between. You can now chat with
the Google Assistant, so there’s that, but otherwise, it’s basically the very
same smart assistant.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
5. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Settings
This is probably the biggest overhaul in Android O. The
majority of menu options in the Settings app have been bundled together into
topic-based menus, which was not the case in Android Nougat.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
6. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Splitscreen multi-tasking
This is probably the biggest overhaul in Android O. The
majority of menu options in the Settings app have been bundled together into
topic-based menus, which was not the case in Android Nougat.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
7. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Storage
The storage menu has scored a new, more modern interface
that looks sleek and informative at the same time.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
8. Android O (left)
vs Android N (right) – Battery
Ditto about the battery menu, which looks better than its
predecessor.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
9. Android O (top) vs
Android N (bottom) – Camera app, still image mode
Ditto about the battery menu, which looks better than its
predecessor.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them
10. Android O (top)
vs Android N (bottom) – Camera app, video mode
Ditto about the battery menu, which looks better than its
predecessor.
Android O vs Android Nougat: 10 Visual differences between them

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