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OnePlus today announced that it is rolling out Oxygen OS Open Beta 1 based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. The update brings with it a ton of features, along with some customizations.
Google's Android 9.0 Pie isn't just about offering users improvements to battery life and the UI. The Pie update also adds plenty of new emoji and also makes revisions to numerous older ones.
It is a tradition at Google to unveil a new lawn statue at its Mountain View headquarters whenever a new version of Android is launched. Today, the company debuted its statue for Android 9.0 Pie.
Google today announced that the next version of Android will be Android 9 Pie. It's available to download for eligible Google Pixel devices right now, with other devices coming later.
According to a teaser image shared by Evan Blass, Google could be set to officially announce the release of Android P, as well as its final name, on August 20, falling in line with previous releases.
Google has announced that Android devices cannot have more than two display cutouts, and that notches can't be on the right or left edges. Furthermore, there can only be a single cutout on an edge.
OnePlus has announced on its forums that the two-and-a-half year-old OnePlus 3 and the two year-old OnePlus 3T will receive the Android P update. There's no ETA on this yet, however.
Google just released its final beta of the Android P Developer Preview. Surprisingly, Essential has also issued Beta 3 for its Android P beta that includes updates from Google's latest release.
Google today announced that it's releasing the fifth and final Android P developer preview, which is a release candidate. The company also said that general availability will be soon.
Owners of the OnePlus 6 who chose to enroll in the Android P beta program can now get a new preview build with improvements to many aspects of the system, including the camera and overall stability.
Google today released the fourth developer preview, or the third beta, of Android P. The build is the first actual release candidate, and apps targeted at API level 28 can be submitted to the Store.
The Nokia 7 Plus was one of the few non-Google devices to get access to the Android P developer preview, but it seems that testers are unknowingly being downgraded to Oreo on Nokia's phone.
Google today released the third developer preview for Android P, which offers the final APIs for the upcoming major feature update to the mobile operating system, but still no name.
At its event yesterday, HMD Global announced that all of its current Nokia handsets will get Android P. This announcement also reiterates the company's commitment with Google's Project Treble.
Android P Beta comes with a swath of changes to its interface, along with a spanking-new gesture-based navigation bar, with revamped multitasking akin to the system found on the iPhone X.
Google has announced the Android P Beta program at I/O 2018, its annual developer conference. The program now supports flagship devices from seven more manufacturers in addition to the Pixel devices.
At its annual developer conference, Google showed off some of the new features making their way to Android P. The company is pitching this as the first release with AI at its core.
The times are certainly changing and companies are catching on. Now, it appears that Google could be updating its firearm emoji in Android P, replacing it with what looks to be a Super Soaker.
Google has released a set of spring wallpapers, one of which is a bunch of popsicles, implying a name for the upcoming Android P. It's more likely though that the company is simply trolling us.
Google today released the first developer preview for smartwatches since Android Wear was rebranded to Wear OS. It brings the platform to Android P, the upcoming version of the OS.
Google has announced details of the next major version of its ubiquitous operating system, known for now as 'Android P'. But which sweet snack or delicious dessert do you think it will be named after?
In today's round of unsurprising news, Google has confirmed that the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C will not receive the next major update to Android that was announced today, called Android P.
Google today formally announced Android P, releasing the first developer preview for all Pixel phones. It contains a number of new features, such as support for an iPhone X-style notch.
The Android P developer preview is set to release later this month a potential new feature spotted in the forthcoming version will allow users to use their phones as a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard.
With Google I/O just two months away, the first developer preview of the next iteration of its mobile operating system, Android P, may soon see the light of day according to a reliable phone leaker.
Android users have been clamoring for a dark mode, and Google has heard their pleas. Sort of. What is actually be adding to the next version of the OS is a toggle that lets developers test night mode.
Google is known for naming its Android operating system after delicious sweet treats, and Android P is no different. Sources indicate that Google is referring to the latest as Pistachio Ice Cream.
Google is reportedly overhauling the next version of Android in order to better accommodate devices with unique displays - this includes displays that have cut-outs and foldable screens.
The next version of Android could include functionality that would open up the ability to record calls for app developers, as per a number of commits made to the AOSP over the past few days.
With most of us wondering what flavor of pudding the next version of Android will run with, some interesting changes have been spotted in the AOSP that could make its way to the final product.