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Android P best features and P supported phones

There is a lot of rumors about the market for hot rumors about Google’s new operating system, Android P. Google’s latest operating system is still Android Orio, but it is expected that Google can soon remove the curtain from its new operating system. Google launches its new products every year in its annual conference in May. It is believed that this time Google will continue its traditional approach and will release the first developer version of Android P.

According to media reports, the first developer preview of Google Android P can be released in the month of March. In the simplest language, in the coming days, the developers can get news about its features.

According to reports, the Android P operating system will include many great features, one of these will also be the call blocking feature. After this feature comes you will get a holiday with promotional call on your smartphone. Indeed, these features will automatically block the numbers, private numbers, or numbers whose caller ID will not be. This new feature can be given in the default dialr app.

Reports also mention that Android P can be associated with Google Assistant. This will make the phone’s battery life stronger than ever before. This version of Android is being called ‘Pastechio Ice Cream’. While no official name has yet been given to this operating system officially.

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According to rumors spread over the internet and social media, Google’s new operating system will work on OrtizFi Intelligence. This means that with the help of this operating system your phone will become even more smart. The phone will track your habits more closely, making the phone easier to use.

Top Best features in Android P

Unlike Android Oreo, Android P appears to have added a ton of new features to the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Here’s a brief look at some of the most important ones. 

Androip P Design features: There are several design changes in Android P. For example, Android’s alternative display – Ambient Display – on stock Android will finally receive the ability to show real-time battery percentage. After updating Quick Settings in Android Nougat a couple of years back, Google is adding vertical scrolling in the Quick Settings panel, and an extra row before scrolling starts (four compared to three on Android Oreo). However, there is also bad news as it seems Quick Settings will no longer allow users to expand options thus ending the convenience of switching Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth devices right from the Quick Settings menu.

Android P Notch + Multi-camera support features: It looks like display cutouts are the future. Ever since the iPhone X was launched last year, Android OEMs have been trying to take things up a “notch” with their smartphone designs. To tackle this growing epidemic, Android P is adding support for display cutouts that will allow developers to upload apps that support the different sizes of cutouts, ranging from narrow cutouts like the Essential Phone to bigger ones like on the Asus ZenFone 5z.

Android P Performance features: With Android P, Google is bringing enhancements to ART (Android Runtime,). The tech giant has expanded ART’s use of execution profiles that will allow developers to optimise apps and reduce wastage of app code. 

Android P Notifications features: More information and smart replies are coming to Android. Developer Preview 1 revealsthat Google has worked on improving the notification panel especially for messaging apps. On Android P, users will be able to view more information including photos and stickers directly from the notification bar.

Android P Security features: Android P will prevents inactive apps from accessing mic and camera. The next Android version adds a major new security feature that might finally put to rest all rumours around social media apps spying on users while running in the background.

Android P supported phones

First things first, Android P will officially be supported on Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. The software can also be installed on Android Emulator.

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