Google's latest operating system update now has a name: Android Oreo.
The operating system is part of the artificial intelligence software push Google announced earlier this year at its annual developer conference, Google I/O. Google said in May that it would improve Google Photos and expand the reach and capabilities of Google Assistant.
The company showed off some new features on Monday that promise to extend battery life and increase security for Android users.
The new features are part of Android O, the latest mobile operating system. The most noticeable features are redesigned emojis, dots that tell users when there's an update in one of the apps and a screen setting that shows two apps at once.
Behind the scenes, though, there will also be changes to make Android phones more efficient, Google said on its blog. For instance, the new operating system will have stricter security controls on apps, faster loading times and limits on apps prone to battery overuse.