No doubt Android is the most used operating system in all the continents. It runs on tablets, smartphones, and several other devices. However, there is just a market Android has never deem it fit to penetrate. And this is the feature phones market.
Basically, feature phones are quite famous in most developing countries because they have some kind of communication features, which include messaging, calling, Wi-Fi atimes, and 3G. But now, Google is preparing to release touchless Android devices.
Surprisingly, the Android ‘touchless’ device will feature two interesting things. Firstly, it will feature Android Oreo‘s system which can only run on Android 8.1 touchless version. And secondly, the Chrome version of the device will support physical buttons.
Nonetheless, no reason can be ascertained as to why Google would prefer Android Oreo to Android Q or Android Pie. Let’s keep calm till next month that Google will make the great announcement during its Google I/O. But as of now, no one knows what Google is actually keeping in its box.