Android 8.1 Oreo, which is now rolling out to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices before other Android smartphones, is bringing a nifty feature that freeloaders will find absolutely useful. Apart from bug fixes and general performance improvement; the upgrade brings with a feature that will show users expected speed of certain public Wi-Fi networks. According to Google's product forums, Android 8.1 Oreo is bringing Wi-Fi speed labels that'll tell users the speed of the network, Android Police reported. The update is being pushed out first to original Pixel and second-generation Pixel phones, and will also be available for Nexus devices.
Google is now rolling out the Android 8.1 Oreo update for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL running the Android 8.1 Developer Preview 2.
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It's also hard to score if you keep running into dead ends and keep giving the ball to your opponents. Despite seeing most of the ball, Southampton had the two best chances of the game.
Android Oreo improves smart selection as well as copy and paste experience by recognising when user long presses text. The feature will then recommend the next logical step via a suggested app. The update also comes with a new Neural Networks API.
Orrin adds that WiFi Speed label will mark speeds between 0-1 Mbps as Slow, while speeds between 1-5 Mbps will be marked as OK. The network speed labels will be enabled by default and users must go to Settings Network & Internet Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Preferences Advanced Network rating provider and select None. Other changes with Android 8.1 Oreo include improved Bluetooth connectivity with Android Auto, audio improvements while recording video, touchscreen sensitivity, and more. Finally, "Very Fast" label would mean speeds more than 20 Mbps.