Nougat finally passes KitKat as the third most popular version of Android

Android Oreo uses more 4G data when connected to WiFi

It has also been reported that once you install the update and restart your device, the Android security on your device gets upgraded with September security patch without downgrading to Android Nougat and you'll stick around Android Oreo.

The good news is that Google appears to be aware of the issue and are working on a fix. According to the latest numbers, Nougat now sits at 15.8%! Let us know in the comments. The most notable change from last month is that Nougat's market share has finally increased to the point where it's overtaken KitKat as the third most popular version of the OS. The Android 8.0 will be arriving preinstalled on the forthcoming smartphones and it will be available as the first or second major update for the existing smartphones.

Another month, another Android usage statistics breakdown from Google.

A number of users have taken up this matter to the Google Product Forums as well as on Google+.

Google's Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Android Oreo updates are now available to beta testers. This does not mean that the company will not launch the Nokia 9, which was speculated to be the flagship device from the company. Rogers initially confirmed an Android 8.0 Oreo release for September 11th but the day came and went without a peep.

As soon as the Android Oreo became official in August, Google declared that all the devices that can support the update will get the same by the end of this year.

This might seem like a normal and a useful message, but in reality, the Android Oreo users are getting this notification before they have actually used all of their mobile data.

The teardown, revealed that some of the developers from Google are using the Android 8.1 SDK for building apps.



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