Android 8.1 Oreo now displays Wi-Fi speeds
Google has now started adding a range of new features to the software. Google adds a new feature to Android 8.1 Oreo which will update users with information regarding the speed levels of public or open Wi-Fi networks. The feature has already started rolling out in a phased manner and will be available to all users very soon. The new feature will basically let users get an estimation on how fast each nearby public Wi-Fi network is. The speed levels are displayed in four categories – very fast, fast, ok and slow. An open Wi-Fi with a speed of 20Mbps and more are listed under “Very Fast” category, while if the speed level is between 5Mbps and 20Mbps it will be shown under “Fast” category. In case the speed level is between 1Mbps and 5Mbps the Wi-Fi connection speed will show as “OK”, on the other hand, speed level between 0 to 1Mbps will fall under the “Slow” connection category.