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May 9, 2018

List of Devices Compatible with Android P Beta

At I/O 2018 event, Google rollout first public beta version of Android P. Google announced a bunch of new feature to an upcoming Android P. The feature includes a gesture interface, optimizations of battery, and a simplified dashboard which gives you an overview of the time you’ve spent on your device.

Android P beta is now available for download on all Pixel phones. Also, the update for Android P beta is not limited to Google device, some selected flagship devices can also download the beta version of Android P. The list of a flagship device which is compatible with Android P beta version includes OnePlus, Sony, Essential, Vivo, Oppo, Xiaomi, Nokia and more.

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May 9, 2018

What’s new in Android P #IO18

At I/O 2018 event, Google rollout first public beta of Android P. Google has released a bunch of new feature to an upcoming Android P. The feature includes a gesture interface, optimizations of battery, and a simplified dashboard which gives you an overview of the time you’ve spent on your device.

The first Android P beta is now available to download on all Pixel devices. Along with Pixel device, some selected flagship devices can also download the first beta version of Android P which includes Nokia, OnePlus, Sony, Essential and more. Moreover, the stable version of Android P will roll out in late summer. Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Android [...]

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March 8, 2018

Android P First Developer Preview Released By Google

From a couple of months, we have here many news about Android P operating system. Now, Google has finally launched the first Developer Preview of Android P. However there is no official name for Android P but the developer can download this unnamed update which will allow them to begin preparing their apps for the update which will arrive later this year.

“Android P offers support for the latest edge-to-edge screens with display cutout for camera and speaker. The new Display Cutout class lets you find out the location and shape of the non-functional areas where content shouldn’t be displayed,” Google explains on the Android Developer blog.

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