Google may launch the first Android P Developer Preview in mid-March

Google may launch the first Android P Developer Preview in mid-March
Although Google I/O starts on May 8, the search giant is expected to release the first Android P Developer Preview much earlier. Just like last year when it outed Android O Developer Preview 1 in March, Google is reportedly following the same pattern this year as well.

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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