Next Android Version Codenamed Pistachio, Built to Power iPhone X-like Notch
Next Android Version Codenamed Pistachio, Built to Power iPhone X-like Notch

The next version of Android is projected to land with a substantial software overhaul. According to the reports from Bloomberg, the upcoming version of the Android operating system would only focus on performance refinements and security.

Next Android Version Codenamed Pistachio, Built to Power iPhone X-like Notch

If we take a look at recent times, Apple launched a new smartphone known as iPhone X. The phone carries an interesting design. Apple’s highly-controversial iPhone X notch could soon become a widely-adopted feature.

Now it looks like Google itself is working on preparing the upcoming version of Android smartphone for similar technology on next-generation phones. Android’s next version is codenamed as Pistachio Ice Cream and is projected to land in the summer.

The next version of Android is projected to land with a substantial software overhaul. According to the reports from Bloomberg, the upcoming version of the Android operating system would only focus on performance refinements and security.

It looks like the new version of Android will support a notch at the top, the feature that Apple rolled out last year with the iPhone X. The notch is placed at the top of the display and holds front facing components like FaceTime camera and Face ID module.

Actually, Google believes that the design of iPhone X with a cutout at the top is very likely to become widely successful. Some other feature coming to Android Pistachio includes a revamped version of Google Assistant, improved battery life and much more.

However, it’s too early to make any prediction regarding the upcoming Android P, we have to wait for some more time until the company announces the upcoming Android version.

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