Google's newest Android build is due to reach its first preview in the coming weeks. New reports suggest Android P (codenamed Pistachio Ice Cream) will be coming to developer preview. That makes sense as we get close to Google's I/O developer conference. At the event Google will fully unveil Android P, a year after Oreo was announced. It is widely believed that Google will make changes to the UI design of Android with the P release. The company will follow Apple's lead and move more towards iOS to attract people to the Android platform. Some of the key features coming to Android P are be support for call recording and access to hidden APIs. Google will also attempt to make the platform more productive. To do that, the company is rumored to be allowing users to connect their device to a PC through a Bluetooth connection. This would allow the smartphone to be a mini mouse and/or keyboard. Some of the key features could be support for call recording and access to hidden APIs. Of course, Google will probably unveil a lot more additional features for Android P. When the developer preview is release, we should know a lot more about the platform.
Google’s Android P to Reach Developer Preview in Coming Weeks
A new report suggests Google is set to unveil Android P as a developer preview ahead of its full launch this spring.