Of course, there were lots of new bits and pieces of information on Android O as well seeing as how Google launched the second developer preview yesterday while also launching the Android O Beta Program.
The company also announced its Google Home smart speaker will soon be able to make voice calls.
Unveiled back in 2014, Android One was supposed to be Google's way to attract "the next billion" of Android users, typically referring to non-smartphone users in developing markets.
CEO Sundar Pichai and other top executives brought Google's audacious ambition into sharper focus Wednesday at an annual conference attended by more than 7,000 developers who design apps to work with its wide array of digital services.
For instance: If all of your devices listen, how do they know which one you are talking to? To some that may sound counter-intuitive, but the result is quite remarkable, and it expands the ways developers and businesses can reach users without necessarily forcing them to download an app or bear with a web-page, yet still use their product or service.
Google Assistant, which Pichai has previously touted as exemplifying the company's efforts to make it easier for people to interact with its technologies, received updates this week as well.
Google said it will only support outbound calls at launch due to customer privacy, but it plans to add blocking "in the coming weeks".
Some of Google Assistant's most prominent functions like the opening of Google home page after saying the words "OK Google" will not work.
The new API isn't publicly available yet, but Google is already testing it with a few partners.
The Google Play Store app is one of the most important inbuilt apps that Android devices offer. YouTube Go, for instance, is an entirely new app which is much smaller in APK size; it uses less data and give users much more control over the data. CNBC at night features a mix of new reality programming, CNBC's highly successful series produced exclusively for CNBC and a number of distinctive in-house documentaries.
This optimisation of the latest release of Android, starting with Android O, to run smoothly on entry-level devices.