We all know very well that since the last I/O the tech giant Google introduced the next version of Android that is being tested by users so that the problems are detected and fixed. However, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google just released the final beta preview of the latest version of Android, of course, Android P before the launch.
Google Just Released Final Beta Preview Of Android P Before Launch
Since the last I/O the tech giant Google introduced the next version of Android that is being tested by users so that the problems are detected and fixed.
After several versions of tests, now came the one known to be the last, opening the way soon to appear the final version of Android P and that will be available to the various brands that use this operating system.
Contrary to what happened in the previous ones, this version of the tech giant Google’s Android P did not show the improvements it brought or the problems it corrects from previous versions. Even so, it is known that there are substantial improvements that can be proven.
The beta version 4, or developer preview 5, brings improvements in the stability of Android P, it is expected to finalize all the new features presented in the I/O this year, whether they are visible, and useful for the user or simply internal to Android.
We must, therefore, have the new gesture control system finished and ready to be used to its full potential, to make it easier to use Android P compared to what we had before.
There is also the whole part concerning the management of the own Android, where will be available a better management of the processes in multitasking and also in the own management of energy and other resources.
As with all previous test versions, Android P’s Beta 4 is only available for a limited set of devices, but this time not limited to Pixel devices.
It is not clear when the new Android P will be released, but it is expected to come out very soon, probably accompanied by the already-spoken Pixel 3, as is normal at the tech giant Google. If you are already testing Android P, you should look for this update, which is already being made available via OTA.
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