Android P, will definitely be a huge step for Google in terms of the development of operating systems Android both for the company's devices and for other major manufacturers. About some of the Android P capablites we have written in a article. The ability to rotate the screen in both applications and settings. Virtually the same thing that iPads do today Apple.
Another feature of the system Android P will prolong significantly smartphone battery lifeCEs. The biggest problem today for mobile phone manufacturers, we all know is the battery life / runtime. For a smartphone frequently tapped on an 4G connection, a recharge is required after just a few hours. Google try to change something this year and solve this problem in the future Android P.
Currently in the Beta development phase, Android P has two very important features. Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness.
What Adaptive Battery means and what they will use for Android owners
This new feature closely resembles what it is trying to do Apple on iPhone devices. That is, to prioritize the applications and services you use the most, and the least used to be disabled until the user requests. This way both the memory and the smartphone's processor will consume much less energy from the battery.
FEATURES Adaptive Battery will "learn" how you use the phone. Which applications and services you run the most and when you use them. The less used ones will be disabled and will not be able to run in the background even if they send requests to the system. Basically wakelocks function will be locked for applications that do not necessarily need to "wake up" the phone because they did not use very often.
For example, if you use the Facebook application especially at night, Adaptive Battery will learn this during the day and will not have access Facebook application running in the background. This will be allowed at night when you usually use your app. According to Google, Adaptive Battery has reduced battery power by up to 30% during Adaptive Battery tests. In simple terms this means that with the introduction of Adaptive Battery Android P instead of 10 hours of use, the battery of a smartphone to keep 13 hours.
What is and how Adaptive Brightness will work on Android P
Apparently, it would be the old feature of adapting the display / screen light to ambient light. However, Adaptive Brightness comes with a very important change. Just like the Adaptive Battery, the operating system will teach you what your preferences are. This time, you will remember how you like to keep the intensity of light depending on ambient light. Ambient light sensor adjusts depending on the environment where you are, but if after the lights automatically adjust user settings will change, Adaptive Brightness will remember this and will consider the next operation. Specifically, if you come with your phone from light to dark, the sensor will greatly reduce the brightness of the screen. If your going to set a higher intensity than the established system next time it will not reduce light more than you originally set it.
This will not necessarily help to increase battery life. Many users mistakenly prefer to use a screen light even if they are in a dark environment. Which is not good for either the health of the eyes or the battery of the device.
It remains to be seen how the ultimate Android P will look like, and the true performance of new innovations will be visible (or not) after a period of use on devices.