Google has released the Android P Developer Preview, giving the first insight into the new features that will arrive in Android's next major iteration. This is Google's first developer preview, allowing developers the chance to test this early build, feeding back to Google, before it is released later in the year.
Some of the key new features includes native support for display cutouts (or notches if you prefer) – not a surprise since many Android manufacturers are jumping on the bandwagon, a new notification panel with improved messaging, accurate indoor positioning with Wi-Fi RTT, multi-camera API support, native support for HDR VP9 Profile and the HEIF compression format. You can find out more in the source link below – let the speculation begin on which Xperia devices will see Android P support…
Via Android Developer Blog.
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