Automatic Door

Android 8 is a big, big update for Android phones.

And with it comes a bunch of new features and features that you probably won’t see on your smartphone for a while.

But what are the most notable changes?

In this article, we’ll break down what you need to know about Android 8, from new features to tweaks to new camera features.

The big news Android 8 brings to the table is a lot of new hardware.

Android 8 includes a lot more than just a big increase in CPU and RAM, but a lot is also about performance, battery life, and performance on the most powerful Android phones on the market.

It’s a new hardware architecture that gives us better graphics and faster processing power, and it’s a major part of Android 8’s performance boost.

The new features include automatic double-door double-sliding, a new fingerprint sensor, a redesigned camera app, and new gesture controls.

You’ll see the first of these in Android Oreo.

It’ll show you the lock screen when you unlock your device, and when you start typing a word or opening a file, the screen will double-dip.

Double-dipping lets you double-click on your device to open the app, so you can easily double-tap a button and double-double-double tap on the screen.

Double-dipped lockscreen, a.k.a. the “double-door” feature in Android 7.1.4, has always been one of Android’s best features.

Double doors help unlock your phone by sliding the device up and down, and double doors are the easiest way to access your phone.

The double-doors feature is now much more common, and Android 8 makes it much easier to set up and use.

In Android 8 Oreo you can simply swipe the screen to activate a double door.

Double doors are much easier and faster to use than the old double-drop method.

The double-doors feature in Windows Phone 8 is still a big deal, as it was in Windows 10 Mobile, but Android 8 does away with double doors altogether.

The reason for the change is because Google has been making the new Android OS more secure by giving us stronger encryption keys.

Android OS now has a new key that uses a key derived from the Apple encryption standard.

Android has also been working on new hardware to make double doors more secure.

For example, Google has implemented a new security feature called Dual Boot, which allows Android to boot from a different version of a phone and vice versa.

This means you can’t boot your phone from one version of Android to another.

But this isn’t the only hardware change Android 8 adds to Android.

Android Oreos also include a new camera app called the Pixel Launcher, which makes it easy to get the most out of your phone, even if you’re not using a phone camera.

This app has been designed specifically for Android 8 and is powered by a new algorithm that learns your usage habits and your mood.

Android users have been known to love Pixel Launcher.

And Pixel Launcher is just the start of what Pixel Launcher can do.

It can also take pictures, record videos, and make voice calls with your phone as you walk around.

Google is also working on a camera app for Android Wear devices, and Google is now making it easier for Android users to share their photos with others.

Pixel Launcher also has a few new camera controls.

For instance, you can tap on a photo in the gallery to take a picture of that particular photo.

Tap the screen in the corner to take the picture.

Pixel Launcher also lets you add the Pixel app to the notification bar of your notification shade.

This is where you can also swipe your finger across the notification shade to open up the app.

You can also double tap on an image to take another photo.

Finally, Pixel Launcher makes it easier to get rid of unwanted notifications.

In Pixel Launcher’s settings, you’ll see an option to hide unwanted notifications and dismiss them.

If you’re having trouble getting rid of the unwanted notifications, you may need to go into the settings and tap the “unwanted” button to turn them off.

If you’re a Pixel user, you will also see a new Camera app in Android O. This new camera will take photos, record video, and send voice messages to your contacts.

You will also be able to adjust the brightness and the focus of the camera app.

Google has also introduced some improvements to the camera.

The Pixel Launcher camera app has also seen a huge overhaul, and Pixel Launcher will be even better in Android 9.

This version of the Pixel launcher will include new camera modes, including the “Live View” mode.

Pixel launcher Live View mode allows you to snap a photo, then quickly change the focus and exposure to make it more flattering.

The app will also show you your best settings for exposure, shutter speed, and shutter priority.

Pixel launchers live view mode also includes