Android P Reaches "Early Release Candidate" with Beta 3
Google today released Android P beta version 3 for developers. This "early release candidate" "takes us very close to what you'll see in the final version of Android P", according to Google. It's available today for Google Pixel phones that have opted into the Android beta program. The final version of Android P will be available "later this summer". It brings richer interactive notifications, the ability for third-party apps to make use of dual cameras, standardized support for display "notches", and indoor positioning using Wi-Fi. It also incorporates changes to improve security, privacy, and accessibility.
Google Releases First Preview of Android P with Improved Notifications and Notch Support
Mar 7, 2018
Google today made the first preview of Android P available to developers. The revised version of Android adds a number of user-facing features as well as tools for app writers.
Android P Reaches Penultimate Build Before General Release
Jul 25, 2018
Google today released Android P beta version 4, what it calls the final preview of P before the operating system is fully released. Android P adds features for end users and developers alike.
Google Turning On Pixel Visual Core in All Pixel 2 Handsets
Feb 5, 2018
Google today said it is fully activating the Pixel Visual Core co-processor in its newer Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. The Pixel Visual Core allows the Pixel 2 devices to make use of advanced machine learning to improve HDR+ photography.
Verizon Only Carrier to Sell Google Pixel, But There Are Options
Oct 4, 2017
Verizon Wireless is the only U.S. wireless operator that will officially sell the new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets, same as it was with last year's Pixels.
Google Gives Developers An Early Look at Android O
Mar 21, 2017
Google today announced the first preview of Android O, the unnamed next version of its core mobile operating system. This early version of Android O brings with it a handful of new features that clearly target developers and device makers more so than end users.