Meet Android P, which stands for Pie

If you’ve been expecting Android P to stand for peppermint or pancake, you’re in for a little bit of disappointment. Android “P” stands for Pie, which has now officially arrived.

Now that you know what it stands for, you’re probably wondering how you can get it. If you’re the owner of a Google device, starting today, you will get the update via over-the-air update. If you have a non-Google device, you will likely have to wait a few months before you get the software update.

Google has said that those that were part of the Android P beta program (which includes devices from Sony, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, and Essential) and devices that “qualify” for Android One will get the update by the end of this fall. Google says that it’s partnered with many manufacturers to give as many people as possible access to the platform, and majority of the manufacturers plan to roll out Android 9 Pie before the end of the year.

Hamza Khalid

Hamza Khalid is the Lead Editor at The Jolt Journal. You're more than welcome to follow him on Twitter and follow The Jolt Journal on Twitter and Facebook. If you have any questions, concerns, or need to report something in this article, please send our team an email at [email protected]. This story may be updated at any time if new information surfaces.

At The Jolt Journal, no one tells us what to write or how to write it. This is why, in the era of lies and bias, readers turn to an independent source. Rest assured, all information on our website is free of any bias or influence. If you see anything wrong with a story, please don't hesitate to reach out. We do our very best to report on the latest available information.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.