Here are the major changes to Android 8, with more details coming as they become available.
Android 8.1 and above includes support for a new, unified user interface.
Android 8 includes a new notification panel, the ability to change device settings, and a new “smart lock” feature that will let you use a PIN or fingerprint to unlock your phone.
These are some of the changes that are listed in a recent blog post from Google.
While there are some other notable additions to Android, the most notable change to Android in Android 7.1 was the move from the “lock screen” to the notification panel.
That notification panel was part of Android’s lock screen and featured an icon that was automatically hidden when you were in an app that was using the Lock screen.
The lock screen is also available for apps to show when you start an app.
The notification panel is now part of the notification tray and allows you to toggle it on and off.
You can see the notification icon on the notification bar.
The lock screen has always been part of every Android phone, and the notification center is a great way to quickly see what’s happening.
You’ll now see a large icon that will flash when a notification is received.
You can also toggle the notification on or off with a long press on the lock screen.
If you’re in a dark environment or don’t want the notification to flash when you’re not using your phone, you can also turn the notification off.