Peppermint? Peppermint Patty? Pumpkin Spice? Pancake? Panna Cotta? You can finally lay to rest all your predictions for desserts that start with P. Google officially announced today that Android P (Android 9.0) is called Android Pie. Not only that, but the newest version of the Android operating system is being pushed out to qualifying devices as of today.

If you’re looking down at your Samsung Galaxy S9 or BlackBerry KEY2 or practically any other Android phone at this point, you’ll still need to play the waiting game. But you’re probably pretty used to this game for now. No Android Pie for you, at least not yet.

However, if you’ve got yourself a Google Pixel, then you can go ahead and get Android Pie on your phone right now. With Android 9 Pie, you can expect new swiping controls, improved battery life, and native notch support. Because everyone has notches these days.

The “adaptive battery” feature makes your phone run more efficiently by limiting battery power on apps you don’t use very much. You’ll also find a dashboard that tracks how much time you spend on your phone and in individual apps, including the ability to set limits.

If you’re itching to get your hands on some delicious Android Pie (and you don’t already have a compatible phone), the cheapest way to do that is with a refurbished first-gen Google Pixel. The silver 32GB model is just $220, while a new factory unlocked black 32GB is about $310. You can also opt for a refurb Pixel 2 for under $600 or a 128GB Essential Phone for $330 the latter is the only non-Pixel phone to get Android Pie today.

As for everyone else, you’ll get the update by “the end of the fall” if you signed up for the Android Beta program. This includes hardware from Xiaomi, HMD Global (Nokia), Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, and Sony Mobile. As for when it’ll roll out to main line phones from LG, Samsung and the rest? That’s anyone’s guess.

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