Android Q features coming in Android 10 Version: Android Q is the upcoming Android version update for Google’s mobile OS. Though it seems like that Android Pie was just released yesterday. Q is here on Tips Technology before you know it.
If you are looking for the latest news, release date, along with features, and more about Android Q, you’re at the right place.
Android Q News:
Android Q will have a better facial recognition feature. Also, system-wide screen recording is there in Android Q.
Smartphone manufacturers like Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus, and others offer their facial recognition systems. It looks like Android Q will support for dedicated hardware sensor. This move will make it simple for more smartphone manufacturers to use a progressively secure type of facial recognition system.
Android Q also has a system-wide screen recording. This feature eliminates the need for a third-party solution. This build also has new options for notifications. Including a Show silently setting.
Android Q will make it easier for mobile operators to lock phones to their network only.
Under these restrictions, carriers will have rights to do the following actions via the SIM card:
>Whitelist those networks that phones can connect to.
>Blacklist those networks that phones are restricted from using.
>For dual-SIM phones, carriers deactivate the second SIM card. If the primary SIM card slot is not using an approved SIM card.
Android Q reveals the System-Wide-Dark theme. Also desktop mode and permissions tray.
A new option called “Set Dark mode”, in the Display settings offers you to set this dark mode always On, Always Off, or automatically turn On and Off. It is based on the time of day. When this mode is enabled, you’ll see a dark theme. The mode is effective for the Quick Settings, Settings, volume controls, launcher, and many more. Even for applications, there is a new developer setting. It is called “override-force-dark.” When turned on, a dark mode is forcly applied on any application that doesn’t have a built-in dark mode.
Other features found in Android Q are completely revamped Permissions UI. New developer settings, sort of desktop mode. Built-in screen recorder & new accessibility features.
Things we want to see:
System-wide dark mode
Big changes coming to permissions
There might be a Samsung DeX-like desktop mode
Android Q Name?
There are not a lot of dessert names starting with Q. But some possibilities are:
Queen of Puddings
Android Q will be released by this March. Second developer preview and open beta at Google I/O is expected to happen in May.
Hence, the final build of Android Q is expected to release in August.
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