Google Releases Beta 3 of Android P

Google releases Beta 3 of Android P, bringing with it large amounts of bug fixes and stability tweaks. It is the last major Beta update although it still hasn’t an official name. The key updates are finalized APIs for the developers so they can start testing and building apps for the new version of the software.

New System Tools in Beta 3 of Android P

The system tools available in this update are as follows:

  • Multi-camera support
  • Enhanced notifications
  • Display cutout
  • Image Decoder

Android VP of Engineering Dave Burke said in a blog post:

 “Beta 3 now takes us very close to what you’ll see in the final version of Android P.”

The update is available for developers with access to a Pixel device. Those who are already running Beta 2, meanwhile, will get the update automatically. For good measure, the company will also be hosting a Reddit AMA on July 19 to cater to all of those technical questions about the new OS.

Android P Beta Compatible Devices:

  • Google Pixel 2
  • Google Pixel 2 XL
  • Google Pixel
  • Nokia 7 Plus
  • One Plus 6
  • Oppo R15 Pro
  • Sony Xperia XZ2
  • Vivo X21

Main Focuses of Beta 3 Android P

Google reveals Beta 3 Android P is focused on “stability and polish,”. It helps in bug fixes. Google also said that the system is “near-final” and is labelling it as a “release candidate build”. If you want to get Android P on your own phone, the easiest way is to simply wait a few hours and receive an OTA update. However,if you wish you can also download and install the software manually.

Also read: Google brings Android to cheap feature phones

Laiba Mohsin

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