In general, any new software release should be “better” than its forerunner, and while unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, it is often true. Two of the most popular mobile operating systems available right now are Android and iOS and both of them carefully adhere to this development pattern. So, as you would anticipate, Android 8.0 Oreo is better than Android 7.0 Nougat, but how exactly is it better?
Should you update?
The upgrade to Android Oreo delivers a whole lot of additional functions and some under-the-hood optimizations. Xiaomi has handled enhancing you but in the process has damaged the reliability of results. Older features like the Fingerprint Scanner gesture has been impaired and some customers have revealed a wide range of insects. However, the new additions to the functions of the Mi A1 far outweigh the issues customers are experiencing after upgrading. In that sense, updating to the latest Android is always recommended. But, if you are a large customer of the Mi A1 and cannot accept stutters and lags and random force closes, we help you that you adhere to the older edition until Xiaomi drives out some bug repairs to the Android Oreo build.
All in all, Oreo has formed up to be a fairly great Android release with more improvements on the inside in comparison to bright new visible changes. It will be a while before Oreo begins displaying upon actual devices but it does bring the promise of finally having fixed the fragmentation problem on Android.