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Android P beta now available.

Just got used to Android O? Android P beta is available https://goo.gl/ZkCpME The new Android P beta has a ton of new UI changes and under-the-hood goodies that should help your smartphone last longer and be more efficient. You can check your device here and enrol if it qualifies for the beta program. https://www.google.com/android/beta#devices

5/9/2018 1:34:46 AM

David Ashton

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thank you very much for sharing this interesting information 👍😉

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I'm still stashing cash on "Popsicle", but "Pizza" is as fitting. :>

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Does it stands for Pen Pineapple Apple Pen? 😂😂😂

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Will be named as Pizza ? 😁

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Android Pancake?

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GODOFPC The currently qualified devices are listed here https://developer.android.com/preview/devices/

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Wow, Android P can save more battery power😀

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Android P means Android Py,😂

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P for pentagon p for pineapple p for parle p for parrot

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Ok Thanks

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best part is about google assistant can make calls and set appointments for you !!!

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Currently very few devices are running on Android oreo and Google is launching Android P.

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robert kiprotich The Android Developers Blog is a place to start https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2018/05/whats-new-in-android-p-beta.html?m=1#androidbeta

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Android P = Popcorn

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Vlad Serbu Google and Qualcomm work together on Project Treble for early access to Android P https://www.qualcomm.com/news/onq/2018/05/08/google-and-qualcomm-work-together-project-treble-early-access-android-p

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Hi mani no it's android pistachio

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Honestly, I saw 'P' and thought: Android <removed>. Sorry. Serious guesses: Popsicle, Pepsi, Pancake, Pastry, Panecotta. I just wish OEMs would make the choice to not run Android easier, like booting a DVD or thumb drive is on PC. I would love to have Ubuntu Touch or modified Debian on my phone by simply dd'ing the img to an SD card and booting from that. Imagine a phone like a PC. I'm not a fan of Android/IOS, honestly. I'd settle for being able to su to root without voiding my warranty :(