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10 Smartphones That Support The All-New Android P

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10 Smartphones That Support The All-New Android P

Finally, Google will be releasing the much awaited next big Android operating system, codenamed Android P. The declaration about Android P was made in Google I/O developer conference on Tuesday. The new update is way different and impressive than what we have seen all through these years. Android P promises to make our smartphones less distracting and less stressful. This way, it will assist the users to take control over how much of their attention is sucked up by their smartphone. Moreover, Android P has some major additions to its armory, from phone interaction to interface navigation, everything has been painted again.

Following are the big changes of Android P:

  • Limit on App time
  • Lesser notifications
  • Gesture navigation
  • Screenshot editing
  • Smarter app search results

Surprisingly, this time the Google has just not rolled out the new update for its Pixel smartphones but also for few others. The new catch is due to “Project Treble,” which was launched last year by Google, in order to ease the upgradation of all the new Android version for its partner companies. Earlier, third-party manufacturers have to wait for months in order to embed any new Android update. So to figure this out, Google resolved it by giving early access to Qualcomm (Chipset maker) and third-party manufacturers. If we go by what Google is trying to do this time, Android P will be the fastest update to non-Google smartphones and that’s exactly what we expect from Google.

Take a look at all the smartphones that will be getting Android P support.

  1. Google Pixel
  2. Google Pixel 2
  3. Sony’s Xperia XZ2
  4. Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2S
  5. Nokia’s 7 Plus
  6. Vivo’s X21
  7. Oppo’s R15 Pro
  8. Essential PH-1
  9. Google Pixel XL
  10. Google Pixel 2 XL

OnePlus 6, this smartphone will get the Android P beta once it is launched by the company. 
 

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