Google may launch the first Android P Developer Preview in mid-March
by Cosmin Vasile / Mar 03, 2018, 2:30 PM
According to Evan Blass, Android P Developer Preview 1 is expected to arrive in mid-March. It is yet unclear how many previews will be launched in 2018 before the final version hits the first phones, but during the previous two years Google released up to five preview developer versions.
Until Google released the first Android P Developer Preview, many reports highlighted some of the new features that upcoming may introduce such as notch support and the option to alert users if a phone call is being recorded.
The latest Google smartphones may be the only devices that will support Android P Developer Preview 1 such as Pixel and Pixel 2, but more may be added in the next versions of the preview.
source: Evan Blass (Twitter)
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The Note will get this too. Good spot to be in.
posted on Mar 03, 2018, 3:06 PM 0
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Sorry bro, but if Note 8 get android Oreo then we have to wait till next year to get android P or might be end of the year :(.
posted on Mar 03, 2018, 3:53 PM 2
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Samsung is so slow in pushing updates that it needs it's own version of Treble which they haven't still thought about it.
posted on Mar 03, 2018, 4:40 PM 2
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What happens after they reach letter Z (Android Z)?
posted on Mar 04, 2018, 11:49 AM 0
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They won't. If they continue to release a new letter version of the OS on an annual basis like they have, Android Z will arrive in 10 years. But Google intends to drop the Android platform altogether and release an all-new OS (Something that they've built from the ground up) that they plan to replace Android and Chrome OS with as well. There have been some leaked videos of people using extremely early builds of the new OS on YouTube, but as of right now. As of right now, the OS demos are limited to some generic GUI functions, but it most certainly will not take Google 10 years to release the new OS.
posted on Mar 04, 2018, 7:01 PM 0
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