How to Download and Install Android P Open Beta
Android P Open Beta is already rolled out for selected devices. You can check the Android P Open Beta supported devices list in our previous article.
How to Download Android P Open Beta?
Downloading Android P Open Beta is pretty simple. You just need to join the Android Beta Program and elect OTA updates. Login to the developer page and check your phone model, and choose to Get The Beta at the bottom of the phone description. Once you’re successfully enrolled in the program, you’ll see an update available within a few hours.
Note: Before you going to install Android P make sure to backup all your data.
How to Install Android P Open Beta?
Once you finish the downloading the Android P from the above step, you will receive notification that a new update is available for your device. The installation of Android P Beta is just like traditional software update we usually do on your Android device. After completing the update process the device restarts and starts with brand new Android P Beta.
Android P Features
As we discussed in our earlier post, Android P comes with great set of advanced features than the present Android Oreo. Coming to the market share worldwide, In 2018 only 4.6% of Android devices have Android Oreo and more than half of the users are still using Marshmallow. The final version of Android P is likely to launch in the August 2018. It seems companies will work more on Oreo update push than the Android P, before the official release.
Here are the interesting features of Android P with details.
Improved Battery Life
Google is working on battery improvements on every update. This year, Android P is coming with an improved battery saver app. This means you have more accessibility for customizing the performance.
Like we see in Oreo, Android P supports third-party launchers gestures, screen transitions and much more.
Along with above features, Android P comes with Adaptive Brightness, App Actions, App Slices, Navigational changes, Android Runtime enhancements, Cutout support, Security, Improved privacy, and much more. In the next article, we come up with more detailed features of Android P.
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