Google Might Release Android P on August 20th


We've seen them in leaked images, and we know the XL model will be Google's first iPhone X clone, although we're looking at a more prominent notch on the Pixel 3 XL, and a thick bottom bezel.

Notable leaker Evan Blass recently tweeted a picture of a calendar with a subtle "P" marked on August 20, hinting this could be the day the newest software will land. You can sign up for the Pixel beta, or install it on phones from Sony, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential and more.

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expected to launch in October but looks like we will be having every single detail related to both the devices even before the official launch.

Google is yet to confirm what the P in Android P stands for, though key sources suggest that the next version of Android could be called Android Pistachio.

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Android P, the next version of the Google operating system, will be officially launched next 20 August. Android P brings along native gestures for navigating your phone. Phones from Samsung, LG, and HTC typically take longer, as they have a custom skin they put over stock Android.

While it all sounds good, there is this one little problem - we're all still waiting to find out the name of the new Android. Google has always named its Android versions on famous desserts, while this time it seems the company might change that. Through Android Jetpack, a set of app-building tools, developers can reach users across 95% of Android devices. Well, at least according to famed leakster Evan Blass on Twitter.

Android P is also expected to improve the slow adoption of new OS updates as Project Treble will ensure a faster process by skipping implementation of low-level hardware code. Pixel devices can also be enrolled and will automatically receive Android P updates.