We all know very well that in March the tech giant Google introduced the developer version of the new Android P and made it available for their smartphones. However, now according to the latest reports, this will be the first non-Google smartphone to receive the most latest version of the tech giant Google, of course, Android P.
This Is The First Non-Google Smartphone To Receive Android P
It was in March that the tech giant Google introduced the developer version of the new Android P and made it available for their smartphones.
However, now it seems that the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi may now be the first brand to receive officially upgrade to this release, starting with Mi Mix 2S.
Android P was officially released in March, with the developer version being available to anyone who owns a compatible Google smartphone. While visually the system has not made any major changes, the tech giant Google continues to work on it in the background to further optimize it.
This new version of the operating system, although already known, should only reach the final version closer to the end of the year when the tech giant Google presents its new smartphones. Until then, this version will remain in testing phase, in the developer version, available to the existing smartphones of the American company.
However, without being expected, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S may be about to receive this update officially soon, becoming the first non-Google smartphone to receive this version of Android.
Announced in the official forum of MIUI, and in the meantime withdrawn, the announcement was made by the own brand without having been advanced great details. Among the various rumours, it is expected that this update will arrive on May 8 via OTA to users who have a Mi Mix 2S.
To prove the existence of this ROM, the heads of FunkyHuawei created a topic in the XDA forum proving the existence of Nightly of the official firmware of Android P for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S and making the links available for those interested to download and install.
After betting on the Android One project, where they Xiaomi promised to update their Mi A1 frequently, we began to see this commitment extended to other devices.
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