Google has made the first Android P Developer Preview update available for the respective Google devices for manual download for now. Keep in mind that this update is intended for developers to get their apps ready for Android P and may be buggy, so you may not want to install the update on your daily driver.
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Starting with the first one, it shows off the Huawei P20 with a dual camera setup, and a front-facing fingerprint scanner. Huawei has scheduled to officially announce its Huawei P20 models on March 27th during a press conference in Paris.
For more information regarding this Android P Developer Preview 1, you can head over to the official blogpost released by Google. The Android team has prioritized function and visibility for the notifications in their new MessagingStyle notification, which will allow users to reply to messages inside the notifications themselves.
While Android 8.1 Oreo and even the original Android 8.0 release were mainly small maintenance releases, P is a lot more. Google also says they will block access to sensors, mics and cameras when they are idle. That being said if you're enrolled in the beta program for this type of software then Google will likely send out emails and alerts eventually to let users know that the preview build is available for download and installation through an OTA method. Google also urges all the existing app developers to make changes reflecting the new guidelines. Finally, the API also opens the door for applications to use logical or fused camera streams. Google Lens, which made its debut in Google's flagship smartphone Pixel 2 a year ago is a photo analyzing app powered by AI that resides in Google Photos. You'll like the new look of notifications, and all the smart controls and in-line replies or images.
Further, Android P now has built-in support for HDR VP9 Profile 2 which will allow users with HDR-compatible devices to enjoy HDR-enabled content in apps like YouTube, Google Play Movies, Netflix, etc.