Google launched on Wednesday the first Android P designer review, sharing a few insights about the fundamental features of the Android’s development. The release came out of nowhere for most people, as we anticipated that Android P would be revealed in March, with the approaching Pi Day being an imaginable candidate for this event.
The notch to permit developers to make phones similar to the iPhone X?
In any case, now that Android P is here, we can come to the conclusion that Google is looking towards to a successful future of mobile phones. Similarly as supposed, Android P will bolster notch plans going ahead, making it simpler for developers to create cellphones that resemble the iPhone X. This notch represents the future, and for some odd reason, Android P slaughters the past. No Nexus cell phone is announced to get this Android P update.
About the updates…
Back when Google disclosed its last series of Nexus smartphones, including the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei 6P, it told purchasers that the smartphones will get the Android updates for almost 2 years, while security updates will be accessible for one additional year.
The last Android update for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P was Oreo. Right now, we’re past that September 2017 due date, when updates were finished for the two handsets. Android 8.1 Oreo should’ve been out of the discussion by now.
Is Google really going to get rid of Nexus?
Let’s not forget that there’s always a possibility that Google changes its mind and drives Android P to the 2 Nexus phones from 2015. However, we’d better not wager on it. In its official Android P declaration, Google particularly recorded just Pixel gadgets as perfect for the principal designer review. Incidentally, the Pixel and Pixel XL ought not to get any substantial Android updates after the P device rolls out.