Google video search results will now have 6-second silent preview

Google video search results will now have 6-second silent preview

One such event that would have all our attention is- Google's official launch of Android v8.0.

As for that nickname, evidence continues to mount suggesting it'll indeed be called Android Oreo (Google set precedent for such commercial branding in 2013 with the launch of Android KitKat).

Google tries to turn up the curiosity levels for every Android release, mostly, the naming part.

In a post on the Android website, Google wrote: "On August 21st, a solar eclipse will sweep across the entire United States for the first time since 1918".

Spotted by Android Police, the video accompanying the Google+ post's teaser bore the word "Oreo" in the filename. The feature will roll out to all Google app and Chrome users on Android in the coming weeks. However, through this new feature, such clickbait systems will no longer work, as users will get to see a short version of what the video actually contains without playing it. Google will release the Android O through a live-stream from New York City that begins at 2:40 PM EST.

It gets even worse, where the digital assistant finally shows up, but only with half of the info that was included in the command.

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As for what's new in the upcoming operating system, that much we know.

Android Oreo was first rolled out as a developer preview build way back in March, and as is usually the case with new Android releases, the OS has gone through a number of changes, tweaks, and updates in the months since. Android O will make notification tab tidier and will also add new visuals and group for the notifications.

Burke also mentioned another update that seems slightly less clear, but likely will be explained once Android O is made available to the public on Monday.

A new feature - Notification dots. So far, Android O will come to the following devices: Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P.

The list above contains the most interesting new features on the Google Android O. However, Google has also introduced other smaller new features, and details about them can be found on the Android Developer's blog.