Article 3HRTH Hands-on with Android P—Is this the beginning of a new design language?

Hands-on with Android P—Is this the beginning of a new design language?

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Ron Amadeo
from Ars Technica on (#3HRTH)

Android P Developer Preview is out this week, and the whole Android community is combing through it looking for changes. When Android P is released later this year, it will bring an all-new notification panel, new settings, official notch support, and a ton of other tiny changes.

We already did a rundown of the features announced in Google's blog post, but now we've actually gotten to spend some time with the next major version of Android, so we're here to report back. What follows are some of the more interesting things we discovered.

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