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July 26, 2018 Thursday 05:30:44 PM IST

Android ‘P’ final Beta version out

Technology Inceptions

Google is preparing for the launch is its next-generation Pixel smartphones which will come with the latest version of Android out-of-the-box. Keeping the launch timeline in mind the tech giant has now released the final developer preview of Android P.

Many cool features are to come into the new version of the android. The multitasking window will now show the preview of every app open in the background. There are also some visual changes to the new software, a new look for the settings menu, quick shortcuts from the pull down menu and many more. The full capability and the features of the new operating system are yet to be known. They are also looking forward to the naming of the new OS. We will have to wait  to know of the surprises to come.


(Indebted to various sources)