Android P’s Release Could Be On The 20th Of August

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We don't expect to see the completed version until August 2018, based on the release of the last iteration, Android Oreo.

In this guide we'll go over everything you need to know about Google's upcoming Android P update.

It is expected that the final version of Android P will be first rolled out for Google Pixel and Pixel 2 series of smartphones.

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Android P is the ninth major version of the software coming to users and is now in beta testing ahead of a full debut.

This means that all of these phones will be getting Android P this month, but when exactly the manufacturers roll out the update is a different story. At that time, despite no official statement on its future release date, the software had been made available in a developer beta.

Hopefully, thanks to Google's Project Treble, the P rollout won't be restricted to Pixel owners this year.

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Android P will also receive features to limit the amount of time you spend in apps, and provide visual cues to wind down your usage before bedtime. Since they are usually named after sweets and treats, it could be Popsicle.

There are many speculations about the name of Android P which include Popsicle, Pistachio, Pancake, Peanut Butter, Peda, Pumpkin Pie and much more. This gives us a glance under the hood of the device.

The OS has created a standardised biometric authentication process to handle fingerprint, iris and face recognition across such sensors found on Android devices. The adaptive battery feature is another added feature in Android P. Google has utilized artificial intelligence and the machine learning technology for this feature.

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Android P will not have a drastic amount of visual changes like when we saw with the jump from KitKat to Lolipop.