Top 5 Android P Features: Adaptive Battery, Redesigned UI, gesture based navigation and more

Google’s I/O 2018 was jam-packed full of interesting announcements, but the one we had all been waiting for eagerly was for Android P. Dave Burke, Vice President Engineering (Android) at Google showed off a whole set of featuresthat will be a default part of Android P. This is over and above the incredible new functionality that Maps, Google Assistant and Google Photos will be getting over the next few weeks and month. We downloaded the Android P public beta on our Google Pixel 2 XL the minute it went live, so that we could bring you a better look at what the new OS has to offer. While there are numerous changes and additions coming to Android P, there are some that stand out above the rest. Here are some of the amazing features of Android P that has us all excited.

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