Google just released Android P Beta 3, which the company says a near-final version of Android P. the update comes one month after Beta 2, focusing on a large number of bug fixes and stability tweaks.
According to Google, this is the last major beta update before the rollout of Android P. Considering the company’s finalizing of all APIs with Beta 2, there shouldn’t be major visible tweaks this time.
“With the developer APIs already finalized in the previous update,” Android’s VP of Engineering Dave Burke says in a blog post tied to the announcing, “Beta 3 now takes us very close to what you’ll see in the final version of Android P.”
The APIs are finalized in this version, so developers can start developing and testing apps for the final version of the OS. The system tools available in the Android P Beta 3 are enhanced notifications, ImageDecoder, multi-camera support, and display cutout.
The beta version is currently available with access to a Pixel device. This update should show up as an over-the-air update for those already signed up for the Android Beta Program. Google is also hosting a Reddit AMA on July 19, to answer any technical question about the new OS.