It's been a long time coming, but the final release of Android P could finally be happening this month if a tweet by Evan Blass is any indication. You can sign up for the Pixel beta, or install it on phones from Sony, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential and more.
Android P is not expected to be the full name of the new software. Maybe Google is going to reveal the official nickname of Android P on that date.
Evan Blass just teased that Android P is officially launching on August 20, but if you have a compatible phone, you can install it now.
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So, wait for a few more days to test out the new Android P.
Android P will not have a drastic amount of visual changes like when we saw with the jump from KitKat to Lolipop.
Google is set to release Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL variants later this year. This gives us a glance under the hood of the device.
Whether or not Android P finally rolls out on August 20, impatient users can now technically have it installed on their mobile devices.
The timing would be consistent with how Google's handled Android updates in the past. On that day they'll officially send the final version to manufacturers. Software beta tests also showed that the new Android 9.0 will have larger images in notifications, and more options for screenshots, alongside a host of new visual and intuitive features. Pixel devices can also be enrolled and will automatically receive Android P updates.