The Qualcomm is reported that it has worked with Google for Android P’s quick enhancement for OEM devices.
- Android smartphones running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
- Android 8.1 now shows public WiFi network speeds before you connect
Android P is optimized by Qualcomm to work with the Snapdragon 845, 660, 636 to ensure the readiness at the time of the launch.
The director, product management of Qualcomm Technologies, Mark Genewich said that they are excited to work with Google to pre-integrate their software with Android P, making it production ready for OEMs.
“Through our strengthened relationship, Google and Qualcomm Technologies are set to expand the market for Android and make it easier for OEMs to launch devices based on Snapdragon mobile platforms,” Mark added.
According to Dave Burke, vice president of engineering, Google. “Project Treble is the new hardware interface architecture for Android that is designed to make platform updates easier for device manufacturers” he also added “We’re excited to work closely with Qualcomm Technologies on a streamlined implementation of Android P for Snapdragon silicon, so device manufacturers can bring the latest Android innovations to developers and consumers more quickly.”
With this joint effort, key enhancements’ availability will be accelerated. These include multi-camera support, display cutout support, indoor navigation, HDR and OEMs such as Vivo, Xiaomi, Sony Mobile, OPPO and OnePlus are planning to make its developer preview of the Android P.
The Android P is expected to be available this year.