Google has just released the the Android P Developer Preview. Here's all that we know - and think we know - about the upcoming Android 9.0 operating system, including when Android P is turning out.
With the Android P Developer Preview now accessible, we have a vastly improved thought regarding what's in store. We clarify when and what we hope to see from Android 9.0, which might possibly be called Pistachio Ice Cream.
How to get the Android P Developer Preview
Released in early March, the Android P Developer Preview is accessible just to the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. You can download the Android P framework picture and glimmer it to your gadget, or run Android P in an emulator.
In the event that you do choose to streak the Developer Preview, to return to your present OS you'll have to streak a manufacturing plant picture.
We aren't giving well ordered directions on the grounds that the Developer Preview isn't planned for ordinary clients. A customer see will be accessible soon, likely at Google I/O in May. We'd unequivocally prescribe holding up until then to attempt the most recent highlights.
What will Android P (9.0) be called?
In 2018 we should see Android 'P' launch as Android 9.0. The name Android Pie OR parle g
announced until the summer, but that doesn't stop us having a guess as to what it could be.
There are as of now gossipy tidbits the name could be Android Pie, Android Pecan Pie or Android Pumpkin Pie, on account of a reference to Android Pi inside the Android Open Source Project. In any case, that doesn't sound exceptionally Google.