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Android P

Android P release date, Pixel devices how to download link

Google is releasing the finished version of Android Pie today

August 6th, 2018

Google has ended this year’s guessing game with the most generic answer possible: Android 9.0 is going to be called Android Pie, and it’s being released for Google’s Pixel devices today. Over-the-air updates will begin rolling out to Google’s Pixel devices in the next few hours, while anyone with a different Android phone will have …

Android P release date

Leaker claims Android P will be released on August 20th

August 2nd, 2018

If a new leak is to be believed, Android P will launch almost a year to the day after its predecessor. This week, leaker Evan Blass shared a calendar for the month of August with a green P on the 20th. It doesn’t take much detective work to figure out that he is claiming the public …

Android P notch

Google puts its foot down: No Android phones can have three notches

July 31st, 2018

Not that phones with multiple notches are really a thing yet — ZTE’s new concept phone with two notches notwithstanding — but Google has decided to go ahead and let it be known: If any of you crazy phone makers are thinking about building a phone with three or more notches, probably don’t do that. …

Android P Beta 4 how to download

The final Android P Developer Preview is available for download right now

July 25th, 2018

Android P Beta 4, the final release before launch, is rolling out to eligible developers right now. Beta 4 is the final release candidate, which means it should very closely resemble the final software that the general public get on their devices. More importantly, Google’s release of the final release candidate means that we’re one …

Android P Beta 3

Android 9.0 inches closer to launch as Android P Beta 3 rolls out

July 3rd, 2018

Google on Monday afternoon dropped the third public beta of Android P, which is supposed to be a close-to-final version of Android 9.0 that will be released at some point this summer. If you’re already on Android P, either on a Pixel device or on a handset from the other OEMs that partnered with Google …