As we get closer to the unveiling for the new Android P, more and more details about the new OS is coming to the surface.
Previous reports suggest that the new OS would come with a new UI design but it looks like that is not all. It was later added that the Android P will come with support for Bluetooth HID device profile service which means users will be able to use their smartphone as Bluetooth keyboard or mouse.
We knew this was going to happen eventually as a patch for the support was submitted by Qualcomm a few years ago but the function was never enabled on the Android until now.
It will also allow future smartphone users to fully enjoy their larger screen since the keyboard won’t be in the way now. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, we can see how this would benefit the users.
Samsung has also been playing around with the idea that the smartphone can eventually replace our workstation, this update is certainly a step forward although it might take years before we see some amazing features being offered with this new support.