Google released the first beta of Android P a few months ago and has been releasing new versions, including previews for developers, which, by the way, do not bring exactly the same content. Now, almost a month after the Android P Developer Preview 3, the company brings brings its Beta 3, which, according to Vice President of Engineering Dave Burke, is a very close edition of its final configuration for distribution.
“This latest version takes us very close to what you’ll see in the final version of Android P,” confirms Burke, according to Ubergizmo. What’s new includes the latest bug fixes, optimizations, security patches, and everything API developers need to build their apps.
Developers will be able to test new features such as multi-camera support, clipboard display, enhanced notifications, ImageDecoder, TextClassifier, among other things. Who is part of the Beta Android program should already be receiving the update on the Pixel devices. There is no release date yet and many are hoping that this will happen later this month or at most the next.