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Google launches Android P beta 3, official version is coming

Today Google released the third beta of Android P, the new version arrives with little news but its global launch is getting closer. This version allows users to test Android P while it officially arrives, from now on we can install it manually on some devices. For developers, this is its fourth version, the purpose of developers is to start testing their applications in the closest thing to what in the future will be Android P.

The first version arrived in March with some improvements, including a new user interface. A month later the second was launched with gesture navigation and smarter battery management. Shortly after the second beta came out, which is the Developer Preview 3 with improved brightness control, a button to delete all apps from the Recent view, and more. After a few weeks of waiting, this new version arrives but now with few improvements resembling its next release.

The new version is available for phones First and second generation pixel, although it can also be tested by the mobiles that are within the Android P beta, which are the following: Essential Phone, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 7, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 8 Sirocco, OnePlus 6, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2 , Vivo X21UD, Vivo X21 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.

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Based on the image above, we are very close to seeing the launch of Android 9.0 that we do not even know its characteristic name. The latter focuses on system corrections, errors, greater system stability and also has the July security patch. For now we do not have a date of his departure.

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