Android P or 9, the ninth version of the Android OS, is set to release this upcoming August 2018. A lot of rumors are still circulating the official name for new OS device. Previously, Google has been known for naming its platforms after sweet treats or foods, like last year's Android Oreo, so this year is no different. Though, the Android P will take awhile before being released with full confidence, and without minor bugs. Currently, some Android phones are still running on old versions of the OS system, pointing to the fact Google also needs to do more when promoting its system updates.
Google also plans to utilize their maps function inside the new Android P with indoor map layouts and increased Wi-Fi access points location. In addition, the camera on the new phones running Android P will work the same with any app not included in the phone already. Lastly, Android P, similar to Apple, will now offer better messaging previews such as quick reply and image notifications. The 2018 I/O meeting, a developers conference hosted by Google every year, will showcase the Android P at the event. The I/O meeting this year will take place May 8-10 in Mountain View, California.
The brand of phones following are most likely LG, Nokia, Motorola, and Sony. The models of these brands will have had to be released during the recent year, 2017 to be eligible for the Android P. Conclusively, if any person wants to have a first look at the Android P with its full on features set, their best bet is purchasing a Google Pixel or the newest Galaxy phone released this year.
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