• Huawei Poland Possibly Leaks The Name Of Android P

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    The Polish division of Huawei possibly leaked the real name of Android P, the next major iteration of Google's operating system that's still without an official moniker despite receiving its second-to-last developer preview earlier this month and being almost ready for launch. As part of a recent correspondence with a customer inquiring about the incoming arrival of Android 8.0 Oreo for their Huawei P9 Lite Mini, a Polish customer support representative referred to Android P as “Android Pistachio,” having opted to provide the user with a comprehensive response regarding the company's...
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  • Android P Name Possibly Leaked By Huawei Support

    Android P Name Possibly Leaked By Huawei Support

    4 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    Google hasn't confirmed as yet what the Android P name is going to be. It announced the next iteration of Android at its I/O 2018 conference in May and has since been releasing beta builds of the update. Android P is due to be released in a couple of months and we may only get to know what the Android P name is going to be. It appears that a Huawei support rep may have let the name of Google's next major Android update slip.
    It was initially reported by Bloomberg in February this year that Android P would be called Android Pistachio Ice Cream. We haven't heard much about the topic since...
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  • Leaked: The P in Android P stands for

    Leaked: The P in Android P stands for

    4 monthes ago - By Beta News

    For a little while now it has been thought that the P in Android P stood for Popsicle - based largely on speculation and the fact Google shared some popsicle-related images on Instagram. But it seems that this is wrong. A new leak - this time courtesy of Huawei - suggests that Google has gone with a nutty theme for the upcoming Android 9.0. See also: Android P: Smarter and simpler than ever Android P could be Android Popsicle Here's what's new in Android P The name hint comes courtesy of Polish site tabletow, or rather one of its readers...
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