Android Oreo update causing Google Pixel and Nexus mobile data bug

Android Oreo uses more 4G data when connected to WiFi

Glitches and bugs for all

Both Google Pixel, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X owners with the Oreo update installed later confirmed that the bug was impacting multiple users.

Meanwhile, Android Nougat is gaining adoption up from 13.5 per cent in August to 15.8 per cent this month. Now the smartphone has been spotted on the GFXBench benchmarking website with Android 8.0.0 Oreo operating system, as per a report of The Android Soul. Google is yet to comment on this Android 7.1.2 notification. Some Nexus 5X users are indeed getting a separate patch that brings the latest patches to the aging former flagship. In that sense, you can understand why Android Oreo is still not reflected on the numbers, because the usage of Android's newest version is still very minimal at this point.

A number of users have taken up this matter to the Google Product Forums as well as on Google+. This means that the AOSP Oreo and Lineage OS 15 ROMs that are featured are built from the ground up by dedicated community members, and thanks to proprietary bits of code in some phones' hardware drivers and other bits, may not work completely at this time. Moreover, the Pixel 2 duo are expected to carry some new features that are not available on the existing version of Android 8.0.

A new device, believed to be the Nokia 9, has been spotted on popular benchmarking site GFXBench.

The latest version of Android, 7.x codenamed "Nougat", is advancing. Check out our detailed coverage on the upcoming Android O and read this list to see if you will get the update to Android 8 Nougat.

Android 8.0 Oreo already rolled out to most Pixel and Nexus devices, and although it offers quite a few useful and interesting features, it also has a few annoying bugs on board.

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