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2018-03-08 12:24 GMT+07:00 Eko Prasetiyo <ekopraset...@gmail.com>:

> Popcorn?
> Pie?
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> What will Android P be called? // Android Central
> https://www.androidcentral.com/android-p-name
>
> Android P is coming, and the rampant naming speculation begins NOW.
>
> Android Oreo? Old news. With version 8.0 (and now 8.1) of the OS out the
> door, and at least a handful of devices now receiving updates, it's time to
> focus on what's next.
>
> Android P!
>
> That's right, at the time of writing we're just seven short months away
> from the first developer preview of the next, next version of Android.
>
> We would never be so crude as to see anything comical in Googlers at I/O
> 2018 proclaiming that "developers can get P on their devices today". So
> instead we're going to focus on the eventual nickname for P, which should
> be heading to a device you probably don't own yet from mid-2018.
>
> Android 9.0 Petit Four
>
> Image credit: Wolfgang Meinhart, Wikimedia Commons.
>
> If you're a huge Android nerd, you may already know that there's already
> been an Android "Petit Four." Before Google settled into alphabetic
> desserts, Android 1.1 went by that name internally.
>
> Might Google revisit these tiny French cakes for the 2018 release of
> Android? It's possible. Petits fours come in many varieties, both savoury
> and sweet, reflecting the diversity of the Android ecosystem. They'd also
> make for ideal hors d'oeuvre at whatever launch event takes place for the
> version.
>
> There's also a British variety known as a French fancy, which is... a less
> likely moniker.
>
> Pro: A diverse confectionary, petits fours are together, but not the same.
>
> Con: Confusing plural form. Petit fours? Petits four? Petit fourses?
>
> Android Central rating: 4 /10
>
> Android 9.0 Pound Cake
>
> Image credit: Douglas Paul Perkins, Wikimedia Commons.
>
> From a historic European appetizer to an American classic, the pound cake
> is a no-nonsense dessert that cares not for fancy toppings or intricate
> pastry layers.
>
> It's basically a cake with all the sliders set to their default levels:
> Just a pound of flour, a pound of butter, a pound of eggs, and a pound of
> sugar — or any other weight that sticks to that 1:1:1:1 ratio.
>
> Android Pound Cake wouldn't be the most imaginative dessert, nor the most
> visually appealing. (Your basic pound cake looks a bit like a loaf of bread
> gone wrong.) But hey, Google could always surprise us. Just stick a couple
> of antennae in there and you're halfway towards a Bugdroid.
>
> Pro: Pays tributes to Google's roots as an American company.
>
> Con: Visually bland: Android statue would basically look like a cinder
> block.
>
> Android Central rating: 1/10
>
> Android 9.0 Pastille
>
> Image credit: Evan-Amos, Wikimedia Commons.
>
> We're getting into more esoteric territory here, at least depending on
> where you live — or what time period you reside in. (Anyone who grew up in
> the UK, either recently or in the distant past, will be more than familiar
> with Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles.)
>
> Sometimes used for medicinal purposes, pastilles are hard, chewy, gum-like
> candy, often dusted with sugar. It's easy to envision tiny Android sweets
> in various colors, and so pastille might be a decent outside bet for
> Android 9.0.
>
> Pro: Varied and colorful, like the Android ecosystem.
>
> Con: Victorian-era candy perhaps not best suited to a futuristic OS.
>
> Android Central rating: 4/10
>
> Android 9.0 Popsicle
>
> Image credit: Dumbfounding on Flickr.
>
> Android Popsicle would be the first frozen dessert in the pantheon since
> 2011's Ice Cream Sandwich, and overall it's probably the most likely
> candidate for Android 9.0. Though the word popsicle is mostly a North
> American thing, most of the world is familiar with the concept of a the
> underlying treat — colored sugar water, frozen into a mold and held by a
> stick. (Yes, fellow Brits, I am describing an ice lolly.)
>
> So there you go. There's an excellent chance Google will be doling out
> frozen Bugdroid ice pops in the summer of 2018.
>
> Pro: A refreshing summer treat for August 2018.
>
> Con: British people might be confused.
>
> Android Central rating: 9/10
>
> Android 9.0 Pancake
>
> Image credit: jeffreyw on Flickr.
>
> Who doesn't love pancakes? Monsters, probably. Terrible people. Whether
> topped with maple syrup, banana, nutella, jelly, bacon or even fried
> chicken, the humble pancake is a not insignificant achievement of human
> civilization. What other tasty treat has an entire day dedicated to its
> worship?
>
> As a much-loved dish in all its various forms, pancake has the mainstream
> appeal Google would need to promote its next OS to the masses.
>
> Pro: Delicious as breakfast, dessert, supper, or anything in between.
> Solid branding opportunity for Bugdroid-shaped cakes.
>
> Con: Inconvenient timing of Shrove Tuesday 2018 in early February.
>
> Android 9.0 Profiterole
>
> Image credit: Tamorlan, Wikimedia Commons.
>
> We've already ventured close to profiterole territory with Android Eclair,
> all the way back in 2010. And I'll be honest — compared to the other
> desserts on this list, profiteroles don't really do anything for me. Light
> pastry, consisting mostly of air, is combined with whipped cream, again,
> with air occupying much of that space.
>
> Chocolate toppings sometimes become involved, but honestly, by then, why
> even bother?
>
> The name is pretentious, and so is the dessert itself. Just look at it, up
> there, thinking it's better than you.
>
> Pro: None.
>
> Con: Consists mostly of air. Basically just a jumped-up eclair.
>
> Android Central rating: 0/10
>
> Android 9.0 Puff Pastry
>
> Image credit: Lukasz Katlewa, Wikimedia Commons.
>
> We're kinda scraping the barrel here, as puff pastry isn't really a
> dessert in its own right. (Unless you're really hungry.) Nevertheless,
> unlike that snooty profiterole up there, puff pastry is a sweet (or
> savoury) treat of the people. So at least it's got that going for it.
>
> Pro: Potential marketing tie-in with Sean Combs
>
> Con: More an ingredient than a dessert. Diddy likely unreceptive to
> marketing tie-in.
>
> Android Central rating: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ /10
>
> Android 9.0 Pecan Pie / Pumpkin Pie / Anything Else In a Pie
>
> Image credit: Stu Spivack on Flickr.
>
> Here's your best bet for the internal Google codename for Android P.
> Internally, Lollipop was Lemon Meringue Pie, and KitKat was Key Lime Pie
> before Nestle got involved. There's pie history, you might say. Pecan and
> pumpkin would be popular choices, but there's also peach pie and pirog pie,
> a Russian pastry sometimes involving apples, berries and other fruits.
>
> None of these pastries are likely to emerge as the marketing name for
> Android P — too many syllables, for one — but we'll be keeping an eye out
> for pie-related code commits in AOSP early on in the new year.
>
> Pro:
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> Con:
>
> Android Central rating: / 10
>
> So which will it be? Share your P predictions down in the comments! We'll
> find out exactly who's right in just under a year!
>
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