Google Android P final build to be announced on August 20?


Google may announce the last form of its upcoming Android OS, Android P on August 20. Courtesy of the conspicuous leakster, Evan Blass who insights at Android P’s official release date this month. Evan Blass on his Twitter posted a calendar with the letter P marked on August 20. If this works out, we hope the official dessert name for Android 9.0 will be reported very soon. As usual, a statue representing the Android robot enjoying said dessert should be unveiled on Google’s lawn in Mountain View on the day of the release.

Google usually releases the new version of Android in the month of August–September. Last year also we came to know the official name of Android Oreo back in August 2017. There are many speculations about the name of Android P which include Popsicle, Pistachio, Pancake, Peanut Butter, Peda, Pumpkin Pie and much more.

Google has not made any declaration yet in regards to its upcoming Android operating system launch date, however, the leaked date from the tipster does coincide with previous Android OS release timeline. The Android Nougat final version was released on August 22, while Android Oreo made its debut on August 21. Bits of gossip recommend that the Android OS for this year might be called Android Pistachio.


The upcoming Android OS from Google is relied upon to bring along different changes including versatile shine and battery. Android P could almost certainly offer another gesture-based navigation system to enhance the use of taller displays. Past beta variants uncovered that Android P will highlight smart notifications, a redesigned notifications shade and so on.  Reports propose that the upcoming Android OS will enable clients to utilize Dark Theme, and can toggle between brightness settings of Automatic, Light and Dark.

Prior reports have additionally referred that Android P could almost avert idle background applications from accessing the camera. Google is broadly foreseen to push the new Android OS last form initially to its Pixel smartphones. Likewise, gadgets that have supported the ‘developer preview release’ are expected to receive the final release in a ‘timely manner’ as well.




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