Google ends major OS support for Nexus phones and Pixel tablet

Google Lens is now rolling out to all Android users via Google Photos.

Android P will not support the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C tablet, though Android 8.1 did. Google has released Android P Developer Preview for Pixel devices only, with the Nexus phones finally being dropped. Instead, it's meant for the developers so that they can start developing their apps that would be compatible with Android P when it's officially released to all the users.

Google's latest Android iteration, Android P Developer Preview 1, comes with a number of new features and improvements. Google has unveiled the Android P developer preview on Wednesday. I personally think that anything involving "Pie" is not sweet enough, not to mention that pies do not come in many colors.

The dock in Android P will also look like a dock now.

The Android P's public preview will be rolled out later this year and the first beta will be released in early May.

With the Google Photos update, Lens will gain the ability to recognize popular landmarks that are included in the photos saved in Google Photos. The end-of-life for the Pixel C puts the last name in the coffin, which could raise questions about Google's interest in the device category yet again.

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Say what you will about smartphones that sport a "notch", but the next version of Android is jumping onboard the new design trend.

For improved performance, Google has added small changes that control power efficiency in Android, including Doze, Standby and Background Limits. Messages that pop up can also include suggested ways to answer them from Google's Smart Reply feature. Therefore we do not recommend you flash your main phone to use this preview of Android 9 P.

If you've got a Google Pixel or Pixel 2 device, you can now give Android P a try.

We plan to update the preview system images and SDK regularly throughout the preview.

Google wants to make sure that these new Android devices are fully supported in Android P, so it has added "display cutout" support and new APIs to properly render apps around the notch.