Global tech company Google may finally roll out the ninth major version of the Android operating system- Android P and the date for the imminent launch is reportedly August 20. Courtesy of the prominent leakster, Evan Blass who hints at Android P's official release date this month.
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In all honesty, there is nothing else that Google can really do with Android P other than officially release it and the predicted date falls very much in line with Google's own release schedule as well as the date on which Android Oreo was released previous year. He revealed the information through a rather cryptic tweet that shows a calendar, with the letter P on the August 20 square.
Android P should bring features like new swipe gestures and better notifications. Rumours suggest that the Android OS for this year might be called Android Pistachio. To that end, for the first time ever, Google allowed the Android P beta to run on devices from other phone makers, including OnePlus, Nokia, Essential and Sony.
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It is expected that the final version of Android P will be first rolled out for Google Pixel and Pixel 2 series of smartphones.
Earlier reports have also cited that Android P could likely avert idle background apps from accessing the camera.
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