Android P may have Dark Mode native to all smartphones

This would help OLED displays.
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When it launched Android 8.0 Oreo, Google had unveiled the new light and dark themes with it. 

When it launched Android 8.0 Oreo, Google had unveiled the new light and dark themes with it. 

When it launched Android 8.0 Oreo, Google had unveiled the new light and dark themes with it. The modes allow users to shift to a dark mode on devices, which would help for various reasons. Now, the company might make the Dark Mode available for all manufacturers. It seems Google’s AOSP moderators had somewhat confirmed the same back in November 2017.

Making the Dark Mode native to your phone could help make OLED displays more useful.

That said, they never confirmed when the feature will be coming to every device. The developers had said “our engineering team has added this feature. It will be available in a future Android release.” Phonearena speculates that the same may be coming in Android 9.0, or Android P, as it is currently known.

Making the Dark Mode native to your phone could help make OLED displays more useful. The market itself is moving towards OLED panels, and as you probably know, these panels excel at producing deeper blacks. That would help make the displays look better and make the best of it.