Over the past years, Google has launched their initial developer preview for fresh Android version around February or March with the ultimate launch rolling around August or September. Now based on Evleaks, It seems like the initial developer preview for Android P is focusing a launch in the middle of March. However, that would imply that there will be two developer previews launched before Google annual developer conference beginning in the month of May. Google usually launches about five or six developer previews for their fresh versions of Android. This will aid the Android developers to get the bugs resolved, assist them to make their applications prepared for the coming version of Android, and even utilize some of the fresh capabilities and API’s which are arriving in this subsequent version.
Likewise, Google doesn’t normally publicize the formal name of the subsequent version of Android until the end of summer, prior to the previous developer preview is accessible. Therefore it’ll be generally denoted as “Android P” for most of the Spring and Summer. In the course of the keynote at Google I/O, probably the place where Google will make some statements regarding the fresh version of Android, which absolutely will be an interesting part of the conference for developers. Once the initial developer preview for Android P released, don’t expect the complete list of specifications to be revealed along with it. Of course, Google will introduce several newer characteristics, typically the minor aspects, in the first preview and second preview. However, bigger announcements will continue from Google I/O when it comes to the developer preview. Yet since this is the situation with any new version of Android, everyone will be eager to observe what Google has been creating for the past year. Indeed, there have been numerous leaks popping out showing what Google is likely to be integrating into this upcoming version of Android, which probably is Android 9.0. So the upcoming version of Android ought to be finding a developer preview launch pretty soon, over the following week or two.