Android 8.0 Oreo at first glance may look like a small update compared to Nougat, but once you install and test the various changes introduced by Google developers, you realize that is not the case.
There are a number of enhancements designed to make the device more enjoyable, and more complete the offer experience and an example we have in the car industry as well.
With Android 8.0 Oreo, in fact, it improves on Android Automotive (an operating system for vehicles other than Android Auto, which guarantees a deep integration with machine capabilities) Bluetooth connectivity support.
First, when you connect a Bluetooth device to a car infotainment system, the experience of using it becomes simpler (you can do certain things like opening the doors or starting the engine, and the system automatically scans for the search for Bluetooth devices).
In addition, with Android 8.0 Oreo, manufacturers can specify and customize specific events that trigger the scan log, and the Android Automotive system can support multiple connected devices at the same time (such as a personal phone and one dedicated to work, so that they can guide Safer by reducing distractions).