Good news for people, who were waiting for Android P final beta version. Android has just dropped Beta 4 for Android P, making the last preview milestone before the full version launches. It means that the unnamed OS is just about to launch later this summer. According to tech-savvies, the Android P Final Beta Preview will be very much close to the final.
Android P Final Beta Preview is Live
This release is mainly focused on developers, making sure that their apps are up to date with Android P when it ships. It includes a number of the new OS features, which will impact usage across apps such as, including multi-camera support, display cutout, enhanced notifications and ImageDecoder.
This build is open to anyone who signs up for the Android Beta Program. If you have an access to a pixel device you can test it from signing in here.
People who were testing Android P Beta earlier builds should be receiving Beta 4 as an automatic update at some point in the near future.
Right now, no specific date has been given for the final build, just that it’s “coming soon.” Same goes for the name of Android P.