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Google rolls out Android P "Pie" starting today

Android version 9 is also known as Android 'P' and has now been revelaed as Android Pie. The latest Android updated is starting to come to compatible devices today (barring interference from carriers). 

Starting today, an over-the-air update to Android 9 will begin rolling out to Pixel phones. And devices that participated in the Beta program from Sony Mobile, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, and Essential, as well as all qualifying Android One devices, should receive this update by the end of this fall.

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OnePlus will update the two-year-old 3 and 3T with Android P

OnePlus is doing something not a lot of phone manufacturers are doing, bring Android P to the two-year-old OnePlus 3 and 3T. Usually, phones get a two-year cycle for software update, so it was expected that Android Oreo would be the last updates for these phones. But the arrival of Android P on these devices come at a price. One is that these phones won’t get Android 8.1 update to better utilize development resources. Another is it’ll be placed at lowest priority, meaning OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 5 and 5T all get the update first. But for those who wanted to get the newest operating system, these tradeoffs might be worth it.

Source: Android Police


Google set to unveil Android P name ‘soon’

Google is still keeping us all in the dark about what the company is calling Android P. But a new blog post from the company claims they are going to unveil the official name soon. How soon? We can’t say. The final version of the operating system is expected to drop this fall so we should hear about it in the coming weeks.

Speaking of final version, there will be an Android P Beta 4 update coming, which the company calls “a release candidate build with final system behaviors.” This is going to be the closest to the final version as it gets. Now, we just have to sit and wait. Any predictions on what the official name of Android P is going to be?

Source: CNET


Google releases ‘near-final’ version of Android P beta

The third beta version of Android P is here and we’re getting a “near-final” look at the operating system before it officially goes live later in the summer. According to Google engineering VP Dave Burke, this latest beta is an “early release candidate build” that “takes us very close to what you’ll see in the final version of Android P.” The focus of this update it seems is on bug fixes and optimizations, which is a big deal for developers because the system behaviors and APIs are supposed to be close to final state. And that means, they can start testing their apps to see if it works with their apps.

Burke has also announced that the Android engineering team will be hosting a Reddit AMA on July 19 to answer technical questions about the new operating system.