We all know very well that the tech giant Google is already building the next version of the Android operating system for smartphones and tablet, of course, I am talking about the Android P. Now, according to the latest reports, the first new exciting Android P details and release date just leaked.
Android P: Exciting New Details And Release Date Just Leaked
It is known that the tech giant Google is already building the next version of the Android operating system for smartphones and tablet, of course, I am talking about the Android P. It is too early to know what this version will bring, but it is expected that it will focus on many new features and improvements.
Still, without an official date for presentation or launch, it is speculated that this month the tech giant Google may release the first trial version of the next version of the Android operating system for smartphones and tablet, of course, I am talking about the Android P.
For some time we’ve been talking about what the next version of Android might bring. There are many new features related to iris authentication, increased application stability, and greater control over access to the APIs of this system.
All these news are being developed for some time, preparing the first version that will be released for Google devices. Probably, and according to what has happened, will only be available to the Pixel, leaving finally the Nexus without the update.
A new rumour now revealed, gives certainly the arrival of the first test summer of Android P later this month, probably in the second half of March.
Android P Developer Preview 1 is targeting a mid-month release.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 3, 2018
This advanced date turns out to be logical if we look at the last years. Since 2016, the tech giant Google releases the first trial version by this time, preparing the developments of its mobile operating system. In the last year, it was also in April that this version was made public.
This will be the first version of tests, still far from what the final version of Android P will be, being intended for bugs and glitches, which will then be corrected until the release of the final version.
With the conference I/O this year to take place in May, it’s time for the tech giant Google to put the Android P in the street, for testing of developers and the community that evaluates these versions. We will soon know if this prediction is real or if the tech giant Google this year delays the release of the first version of tests of Android P.
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