Google is dropping a major surprise on us today and releasing the final consumer-ready version of Android P. It has a final name: the version number is "9" (not "9.0"), and we know what the "P" stands for: "Pie".
Here's the skinny: When it comes to the SoC, the Pixel 3 XL will be packing the logical upgrade, as we expected. This means phones like the OnePlus 6, the Nokia 7 Plus, the Nokia 6.1, the Nokia 8 Sirocco, the Sony Xperia XZ2 and the Vivo X21 too will get it by the end of Fall (end of November).
Google announced the official name for the next version of Android, along with the update's initial release, Monday. As I've noted before, Android Pie is the first Android update to address the latest trends in smartphone design, such as display notches and edge-to-edge screens.
There's more AI on hand to learn how you use your phone and predict what tasks you might want to complete next. Despite previous suggestions that it was going to be Pistachio, it is in fact Android Pie.
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"We've built Android 9 to learn from you - and work better for you - the more you use it". A feature called App Actions is an AI-powered predictive feature that attempts to predict what you're about to use your phone for.
Although the advert claims the phone is launching on October 4, it's not clear if this is simply the announcement of its existence or the actual on-sale date.
The update is rolling out immediately, and a few users have already received it. Users who enrolled in the beta program will also receive the stable release OTA. "But these features are available in beta now for Pixel phones running Android 9", wrote Samat.
Another feature that won't be arriving until this fall is the Digital Wellbeing service that was shown off at Google I/O in May. One of the biggest changes is the Android Pie offers a gesture-based navigation system, letting you swipe up to see the new Overview, which will let you see all your recent apps and even select text in them if you're on a Pixel.