Android P Dev Preview One Official & Available To Download

In the first Android P Developer Preview, the notifications and Quick Settings now have rounded corners.

Open Mobile API for NFC payments and secure transactions - this brings the GlobalPlatform Open Mobile API to Android, which will let developers access the Secure Element in their apps on supported devices to enable smart-card payments and other secure services. We first saw notches on phones like the iPhone X and Essential Phone previous year and it looks like many Android device makers plan on embracing the notch with their 2018 smartphones, so adding official support in Android P is a smart move by Google.

Android P also continues to improve the Autofill Framework.

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Neural Networks API 1.1: Support for nine new ops - Pad, BatchToSpaceND, SpaceToBatchND, Transpose, Strided Slice, Mean, Div, Sub, and Squeeze. RTT stands for "round-trip time", and it lets your phone measure distances between WiFi access points without actually connecting to them. With the first developer preview Google is slowly but surely starting to introduce a collection of new changes and features to the Android operating system which it will roll out over the course of the dev preview builds until the final release of the software later this year, and included in these features are things like Smart Reply for messages in the notification tray, as well as other messaging enhancements such as images showing up in the notification.

The company is offering the download to developers only (this ain't no public preview) and are at pains to say it isn't intended daily or consumer use right now. And a multi-camera API will allow stream access from "two or more physical cameras on devices running Android P", the post noted. Carriers can report networks as being congested or unmetered and JobScheduler then manages work according to the network status. You will need to be comfortable using command line tools, and wiping your device for a fresh start with Android P. Along with key bugfixes, this release includes new APIs that allow password managers to improve the Autofill user experience, such as better dataset filtering, input sanitization, and compatibility mode. Those without a Pixel device can use the Android emulator to test their Android apps.