Published: Sun, August 05, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Android P release date tipped for August 20

Android P release date tipped for August 20

However, the larger number of enthusiasts reported that August was the release month of Android Oreo last year, while Google Pixel phones were launched in October, and the same pattern is expected to be followed this year too. In fact, the new Google leak confirms that Android P is scheduled to launch on August 20. Nougat was released on 22nd August 2016, as well so there's a precedent for releasing new Android versions around this time.

The market share of the Android 8 Oreo is comparatively less but nowadays manufacturers have been releasing new smartphones loaded with Android O. Google will also most likely launch Android P Go, which will be a trimmed operating platform.

Pixel-series devices are generally the first to receive all major Android updates and they were said to receive the update by Q3 of 2018. Below is a list of phones that can run beta versions of Android P. Click on them to view their respective installation processes.

Android P isn't exactly a radical Android release, but it does bring over a bunch of much-needed changes that significantly improve the overall experience of using an Android phone. Today, famed leaker Evan Blass Tweeted out an image of a calendar with the letter P on the 20th. Spring 2018 wallpapers on Google's Instagram stories hints at the name "Android Popsicle". Notification management gets better as Android will let you know which app sent you a notification at that time. This gives us a glance under the hood of the device. Google also promises to be the most secure Android software ever.

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Whether you're participating in beta testing or following reactions to the developer previews, you might be considering how the Android P could help your business.

The Android P comes with many new features including built-in notch support, a battery saving dark theme return of the clear all button.

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