Everything you know about android P : Release date, New features and much more
Google is always releasing the latest operating system at a year, This year Google has planned to launch the new android as Android P, the next major OS for mobile. Here we will share the Everything what you know about the Android P to find out the latest android smartphones, with its release date, its new features and much more. We are happy to share you the shines of the latest android OS.
Android P : Release or availability
Android P the latest version of android is now available for the developer review. Google has published the exact schedule detailing when developers can expect updates to Android P, leading up to the final, public release. The first update is scheduled for early May, which also happens to be right around the company’s annual I/O developer conference week itself. Some of the public betas will follow, and we expect to see the final consumer release in August 2018 as expected. The top android OS is now on his way to boom the market of smartphones soon.
How to get the Android P Developer Preview
Google has released in early March, the Android P Developer Preview is available only to the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. You can download the Android P system image and flash it to your device, or run Android P in an emulator.
What will Android 9.0 be called?
Since the early days of Android updates have been named after sweet treats and in alphabetical order. So far we’ve seen:
Android Donut (v1.6)
Android Eclair (v2.0)
Android Froyo (v2.2)
Android Gingerbread (v2.3)
Android Honeycomb (v3.0)
Android Ice Cream Sandwich (v4.0)
Android Jelly Bean (v4.1)
Android KitKat (v4.4)
Android Lollipop (v5.0)
Android Marshmallow (v6.0)
Android Nougat (v7.0)
Android Oreo (v8.0)
In 2018 we should see Android ‘P’ launch as Android 9.0. Google won’t be announced until the summer, but that doesn’t stop us having a guess as to what it could be.
There are already rumours the name could be Android Pie, Android Pecan Pie or Android Pumpkin Pie, thanks to a reference to Android Pi within the Android Open Source Project. But that doesn’t sound very Google.
Google Developers have also plotted some of the puzzles and hints on Twitters and other platforms. There are various puzzles to solve and locked away in a second room you’ll find a Pineapple Cake. Could we be looking at Android Pineapple?
When My Smartphone will get Android 9.0?
Although Android 9.0 will be released in August 2018, it won’t be immediately available to all Android devices to upgrades. The update will first be available to Google Pixel devices, and then we’ll start to see new phones arriving with Android P out of the box at September’s IFA 2018 show ,that’s sure. Android updates are rolled out by phone manufacturers and network operators rather than Google itself, because any Android updates must first be tweaked to work with any customisations they have made. Those with vanilla interfaces – such as Nokia, which has already confirmed Android P updates for all 2017 phones – will be among the first to roll out the update, then the likes of Samsung, LG, Sony and HTC will begin rolling out Android 9.0 in late 2018/early 2019.
Features of Android P:
Google announced that the new version of Android P will have more user-friendly outlook and support. Its more likely the consumer-friendly ones. Let’s see the sparkle highlights for the android P would be:
The new Navigation system available in Android P.
With Android P, Android devices gain support for the IEEE 802.11mc Wi-Fi protocol. This wireless protocol (also known as Wi-Fi Round-Trip-Time) enables indoor GPS-style tracking system throughout the mode. Using this information, the app can then determine your location within a building and provide you turn-by-turn directions indoors. The new RTT API can also use a multilateration (MLAT) algorithm to estimate your device’s position when your device detects three or more Access Points through the node.
Not only does this API make navigation in bigger indoor areas (such as malls) easier, it also can be used to improve voice assistants. Instead of telling your voice assistant, “Turn off the lights in the Bedroom,” you could instead say “Turn off the lights,” and the assistant would use RTT to determine your location in your home and turn off only the lights in that particular area.
There is very forwarding steps in messaging enhancements done by Android new OS as its have a nice feature the use of images in message notification with the smart mode to revert and actions.
Multi camera support.
Android P allows developers to access streams from two different physical cameras simultaneously using the multi-camera API now in the latest leap of Android. This API requires either dual rear cameras (which most smartphones have nowadays ) or dual front cameras. Using the multi-camera API, features such as seamless zoom by using each camera stream and improved bokeh effects are now possible in third-party apps without the any drawback in the result and the image quality. The same have also added some flavours of usage of apps tags which is friendly user to the camera app.
Support for Dat notch
We learned from the Bloomberg a while back that Android P would include support for the iPhone X-style notches, but now it’s official. With the release of Developer Preview 1, we now know how Android P will handle the various implementations of notches, so be ready to taste the same with your new Android module.
Volume rocker control
In the over common road of the Android community has been how the volume rocker operates. By default, the volume rocker will adjust the volume of the ringtone first and only adjust the media volume after a song or video has played. But friends now in with Android P, media controls are the default volume adjusted when using the volume rocker. In the new volume menu, Android P includes a toggle to adjust the ringer as well. With one tap, users can quickly toggle between “vibrate” and “mute.” For an in-depth breakdown of all the changes, which would be loveable feature of the music lover crew.
Android P allows you to temporarily disable biometric authentication methods and Smart Lock in the screen. Especially in a situation of distress, you can momentarily prevent someone from forcing you to unlock your device using these methods by disabling this feature user can use the lock button, pattern and sensor lock as well.
Auto fill in browsers
You must be knowing the android Oreo’s implementation of Autofill was its inability to work with browsers. Well, In android P like this will change. According to XDA, Android P addresses this limitation and allows password managers like LastPass to populate login info into browsers. The developers of both password managers and browsers will have to update their apps to integrate the new code
Modifiable LTE bars
In Android P will include the ability to alter how LTE bars are displayed to users. One modification possible is not requiring dBm values to display max signal strength. By allowing carriers to alter this, users could be presented with a disingenuous LTE signal. And unlike the hidden signal strength numbers, this isn’t limited to just carrier-branded phones.
Intelligent notification channels
Notifications you typically dismiss will be a red minus sign. If you tap it, it will say “You usually dismiss these notifications. Keep showing them?” You will then be presented with an option to “Stop notifications” or Keep showing.” By choosing the former, you can block those type of notifications from appearing on your device, So this is the new modification which could be useful to many users when they are switched the time save mode.
With Android P, the playing field when it comes to screenshots. With Apple introducing the feature in iOS 11, you knew it was only a matter of time before Google brought the feature to Android. With Android P, you can now edit your screenshots immediately after taking them with the required functions. While the feature is a little barebones in Developer Preview 1, expect both Google and OEMs to build upon the feature in future releases.
Google has their own passion and energy to hit the smart phone market with the simply superb and user-friendly operating system, Lets welcome the Android P soon in our family of smartphone.