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What if Android P is designed for Chromebooks?

Android P could be another Honeycomb, but in a good way. Sometimes playing "what if?" can be fun, especially when there's a reasoning to whatever thing you've put together inside your head. I've had this half-crazy idea that Android P could be a release designed for big screen devices like convertibles, tablets, and Chromebooks. And as off-the-wall as that sounds, it wouldn't be the first time.
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