Thanks to the Treble project promoted by Google, a large number of devices, including Nokia 7 Plus, One Plus 6, OPPO R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, Vivo X21UD, Vivo X21, Xiaomi Mix 2S, etc., can enjoy it.
As a major version update, Android P promises to introduce a host of new features and enhancements, including redesigned quick setup and storage settings, home screen notifications, enhanced battery management, and new developer options.
Android P provides better support for the dual camera functions used by a large number of mobile phone manufacturers in the near future, as well as indoor tracking, enhanced messaging experience, new types of broadcast intent, support for external USB and UVC cameras, and HDR VP9 Profile 2 video encoding.
As for more features, Google will announce the official launch in August this year. Although I don’t know the exact date at the time of writing, with the release of the third (and last) developer preview, Android 9.0 is no longer expected to wait too long.