Google Just Released Final Beta Preview of Android P before its Official Launch

Google Just Released Final Beta Preview Of Android P Before Launch. Android P’s final preview update is here, here’s how you can try it out

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As Tech Giant Google, promised in its Google I/O 2018 to release its next version of Android, that is being tested by users so that the problems are detected and fixed. However, Android P’s final release is around the corner, with the launch expected in August. now according to the latest reports, Google just released the "Final Beta Preview" - the latest version of Android, of course, Android P before the launch.

Google Just Released Final Beta Preview Of "Android P" Before Launch:

What we expect from this latest Android-P updates?

Android P fully emphasizes that as Google announced in Google I/O-2018, such as Android P contains a number of visual and functional changes across the OS. Multitasking now shows a preview of each app’s entire window. The quick shortcuts pulldown and settings menu also got a makeover. Gesture-based navigation should be locked in and finalized also there are a number of functional and visual changes like App Slices, which is basically a stripped down UI of an app that shows up in other parts of the operating system, and flatter icons that appear more organized than they do in the current Oreo OS. also this time we expect some fitness features like app timers or the dashboard that breaks down your smartphone usage.

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