Google may launch Android P’s developer preview in mid-March

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Th search giant, Google has been introducing its new mobile platform and you might be able to see some scenes of Google’s next mobile platform very soon.

A well-known source of tech leaks, Evan Blass has tweeted Mountain View is targetting a mid-month release for the first developer preview of Android P.

Apparently, we do not know that what “P” actually is. But since, March 14th is a Pie Day, therefore folks have been assuming that the Android’s upcoming flavor will be named as “Pie”.

According to the reports, Android P version will have the ability to block all those apps who try to access to your camera as well as a mic.

This security measure will protect you and your mobile from malware that has the ability to record your background noise or take images without your permission.

It will also be able to support notches, that is becoming more popular on Android devices ever since the introduction of iPhone X as well as multiple screens.

However, it will not include any dark mode which was rumored previously, but it will feature a toggle for allowing developers to test a night mode for their app. Of course, after the introduction of a first developer preview of Android P, all things will be cleared.

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