Computerworld - https://www.computerworld.com/article/3262133/android/android-p.html#tk.rss_all
On the surface, Google’s Android P release — in its current, unfinished form — isn’t exactly what you’d call “exciting.”
Yes, the first developer preview of Android P has plenty of fresh functional touches (including a new native system for editing screenshots on the fly — who woulda thunk?!). And yes, it has its fair share of visual refinements, too.
But the bulk of Android P’s biggest features so far have revolved around under-the-hood improvements — things like support for a newer Wi-Fi protocol that’ll improve indoor location pinpointing, a more advanced system of image processing and compression for developers to utilize,