Unless you’re rocking a Pixel or Pixel 2 chances are you don’t even have Android Oreo on your phone yet, but it’s never too early to start thinking about Android P (or Android 9, as it’s likely to be also known as).
Little is known about the next version of Google’s mobile operating system, but we’re already hearing rumors that Google has started working on Android P, and that it’s being made fresh to support phones with notches, as well as devices that will sport more than one display or a flexible one, like the rumored Samsung Galaxy X.
As always, we’ll add any new information to this article as and when we hear it.
But while we wait for more info nuggets to drop, we’ve also come up with a list of things we want from Android P, because as good as Android Oreo is there’s always room for improvement.
Cut to the chase
- What is it? The next version of Android
- When is it out? Probably August 2018
- How much will it cost? It will be a free update
Android P release date
Based on past form Google is likely to unveil Android P/Android 9 during March 2018, at which point it will probably be made available as a developer preview.
This article was sourced fromTechRadar