The arrival of the trial version for Android P developers preview is being an unstoppable flow of news and news about the next iteration of the Google operating system. The latest, the new system that will improve the battery saving settings with the next version of the Google operating system.
The battery, or rather autonomy, is the workhorse of the entire industry. We want to get more minutes of use to mobile phones and it seems that Google with Android P will take several steps in that way. In Android 8.0 Oreo already included the famous Doze and as you can see in the following images published by 9to5Google, this type of functions will continue to evolve in Android P.
At the moment it does not have a specific name since it appears as “Low Battery Mode” or “Reduced power mode“. Whatever your nomenclature may be, when it is activated we will see a “+” sign on the battery icon that will indicate that it is running.
Some of the news is that we can make it activate in any battery percentage, with a slider between 5% and 70%, to work when we run out of power without having to do anything. Before it could also be done, but the intervals were 5 and 15%, not being able to fine-tune it so precisely.
On the other hand, the battery menu in Android P, as we discussed yesterday, shows a very different aspect in which the available information has been cut.
However, the new hidden menu of Android P, with flags similar to Chrome, allows us to recover the one we have on Android 8 Oreo.
News that is already known from Android P
And we have been talking about Android P and all the news that is including the next version of the Google operating system. Even some of them can already be tested as is the editor of the screenshots or the 18 Android P wallpaper that can be carried on any smartphone.
Among the novelties of Android P are things such as native mobile support with “notch”, rounded edges for the quick configuration menu and new ways to use intelligent responses as well as, among others, the restriction of access to the microphone, the camera and sensors from applications that are inactive or in the background, compatibility with Wi-Fi RTT to improve indoor positioning, improved in autocomplete mode to better manage password management, security enhancements and authentication through the use of reader Fingerprints, PIN code and passwords or changes in the energy efficiency of services such as Doze or Standby to make them more efficient and adapt them to applications.
It is expected that in the Google I / O 2018 we will see a complete presentation of everything that this version of Android P will bring us, until the month of May, we will have to keep on squeezing this beta of the developer to know what it can come up with.