Android P is bringing lots of new features, like official support for display notches and the ability for messaging apps to display images in notifications. Now another Android P improvement has been discovered.
Android P will remember the volume levels for each Bluetooth device that you connect to your phone. The “Implement Bluetooth device volume memory” feature has been merged into the Android Gerrit, notes Android Police, and so it should appear in a future Android P Developer Preview.
This is a pretty nifty feature that should get anyone who regularly uses Bluetooth speakers and headphones excited. With it, your phone will remember the volume you used for different speakers and headphones so that when you pop your headphones on, your ears are blasted by the same loud volume that you just used while jamming with your Bluetooth speaker.
Do you use Bluetooth speakers or headphones with your Android phone?