Android P includes several changes to the visuals of the UI. Icons are more rounded and plain as is the custom nowadays. Additionally, the settings have been revamped quite a lot and also the notification area has gone through some changes.
Despite those changes, the biggest visual change is the support for iPhone X-styled gap in the top of the screen to accommodate better for front camera while allowing "borderless" displays.
Android P also supports utilizing multiple cameras at the same time, which means that apps will have less rights to use microphone and camera in the background. Format support now includes HDR VP9 Profile 2 and HEIF. Android P will also include support for indoors navigation through Wi-Fi RTT (Round-Trip Time).
If these upcoming features make you feel bit disappointed, don't worry: Google will reveal more Android P changes sometime in Summer at Google I/O event.
Written by: Petteri Pyyny @ 8 Mar 2018 3:21