The question around when other smartphone OEMs will start rolling out Android O for their devices is constantly asked, given that not every Android phone makes it to the list.
Google's Android 8.0 comes with some new features like "Picture-in-Picture mode", which will let users watch a YouTube video, do a video chat, etc while keeping another app open.
Soon after the Google revealed that the upcoming version of Android will be called "Android Oreo", Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has announced that it will bring its new smartphones with this latest Android update. Notification dots tell you when there's activity within a specific app with a dot in the corner. Google also claims faster performance and 2X boot speed with the Android 8.0 Oreo.
But, folks at Substratum seem to have found a way to get these themes work on any device that's on Android 8.0 Oreo without having to root it. So, if you are a proud owner of a device other than these, then you might have to wait a few more months to get your hands on Oreo. The best things about this port is that it works on nearly any Android phone and it doesn't require root. One of its laudable feature updates is the new Pixel launcher, which non-Pixel phone owners can now get. With this improvement, Android Oreo users will be able to enjoy theming of the Android Framework and Android System UI, theming of any third-party application, custom fonts for 3rd-party apps, and a status bar center-clock mod WITHOUT root. You can download the Android Oreo Pixel Launcher 2.1 from here and install it right now on your phone.