Android P could be officially unveiled on August 20

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Google said that there are now 16 devices with notch cutouts from 11 manufacturers that are already running Android P and there are more on the way.

The Google Pixel 3 XL has been leaked many times over the past months and we know how the phone looks like from the outside as well as the display coming with a notch. You can sign up for the Pixel beta, or install it on phones from Sony, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential and more. The gestures will, of course, vary depending on the manufacturer, but Google makes it possible right off the bat.

It is true that there have been reports that the brand new Google pixel 3 XL would be a clear white color, but no official confirmation has been on behalf of the company.

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Android P was first shown Google I/O earlier this year where the primary focus was on some UI tweaks, deeper integration of machine learning and something called "Digital Wellbeing". Popular tipster Evan Blass has obtained leaked information from his sources deep in the industry and is expecting Google to release Android P for the consumers. That "P" can only mean one thing - Android P. Basically, those updates will take longer to arrive and that's where these tips will help the most. Since then, we've seen five developer previews and four betas for a bunch of devices.

Android P expected to debut on August 20. To recall, Android Nougat final version was released on August 22, while Android Oreo made its debut on August 21.

Pixel-series devices are generally the first to receive all major Android updates and they were said to receive the update by Q3 of 2018. There's suggestions that it's Android Pistachio, but a simple nut isn't enough for us - we think it will be something sweeter.