Google reveals android P features

Google reveals android P features and actual thinking behind this latest version of its mobile operating system at its Google I/O developer conference. Google isn’t ready to tell us what the “P” in Android P will stand for.


Android P might be successor to the current version, Android Oreo, leverages Google’s prowess in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Android P won’t formally launch soon.

However, if you have a Google Pixel or such other phones as the Sony Xperia XZ2, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Nokia 7 Plus, Oppo R15 Pro, Vivo X21, OnePlus 6, and Essential PH‑1, you’ll be able to try Android P in beta starting Tuesday.

Google says Android P can learn from how you use your phone and anticipate what you’ll want to do next. The goal is to save you some time. Hence it helps to preserve your phone’s battery.

Google is teaming up with its UK based artificial intelligence unit DeepMind on a feature called “Adaptive Battery.” Through machine learning, Android determines which apps you are going to use over the next few hours, and which ones are going to remain benched.

The operating system devotes battery resources only on the apps and services it expects you to use. Google worked on the brightness according to your preference automatically. For example If you plug in headphones, Android might resume the album you had been listening.

Google aims to make navigation and multitasking on the phone more approachable. Android P will let you set time limits on specific apps

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